for this assignment, you need the reading which is: James Joyce’s “The Dead”
this is the link: https://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/j/joyce/james/j8d/chapter15.html
the question for the assignment is:
As noted in the lecture, “Death in Prose,” James Joyce’s “The Dead” has been read as offering both an optimistic and pessimistic perspective on Gabriel’s epiphany at the end of the story. For some, Gabriel seems to be genuinely moving away from the self-centered egotism that hindered his interactions with others; for others, the weight of the other stories (including the circularity suggested by “The Sisters”) suggests that the paralysis that pervades Dubliners will extend to Gabriel too. Which interpretation of Gabriel’s epiphany at the end of “The Dead” do you find most compelling in the context of the both the story itself and the Dubliners collection more generally?
this assignment need 230-270 words, the writing format should be like the sample paper that i attached, and more details about the paper i also attached below, and it is due June 28th, 13:00 pacific time.
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