'Dubliners' was written by James Joyce at the age of 25, and is a series of self-contained episodes about middle class Dublin at the early part of the 20th Century.

But James Joyce rarely makes for cosy reading, and his unique style (possibly the most unique of all British and Irish novelists) takes us on a journey more into the human psyche than of Dublin itself.

The most famous story from 'Dubliners' comes at the end of the book in the disconcerting shape of 'The Dead'. If you want light reading then 'Dubliners' isn't for you. But if you want an example of groundbreaking literature then you won't find many better examples.

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~ James Joyce

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