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Dubliners Pb

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 16,429 Ratings and 1,082 Reviews

Book Description
Published in 1914, the original printers destroyed the book on the grounds that it was libellous, indecent and blasphemous. It is a collection of short stories about Dublin life - tales of ordinary men and women made extraordinary by the eye of Joyce's genius.
Book Information
PublisherPaladin
BindingPaperback (101 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages304
ISBN-100586087850
ISBN-13978-0586087855
Publication Date06/09/1988
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About James Joyce (Author) : James Joyce was a published author and an editor. Some of the published credits of James Joyce include Dubliners (Unabridged), Ulysses.
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10/3/2015 Joshua Mark said:
To me, this is Joyce's masterpiece and the only work of his worth re-reading or maybe even reading in the first place. I'm no fan of Ulysses or Finnegan's Wake which I think are both highly over-rated and pretentious. Dubliners is a series of short stories about people living in Dublin, Ireland in t... more

tags: Ireland, travel, philosophy, literature

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