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A Comparison of "araby" and "greasy Lake"

Summary: "Greasy Lake" by T. C. Boyle and "Araby" by James Joyce are both about coming of age. Although, the two stories are very different they both symbolize a maturation point in the character's lives. The characters are faced with life-altering changes that affect their very thoughts and feelings, their own morals and a realization that they have been living a childish fantasy.
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