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Eveline By: James Joyce
Transcript of Eveline By: James Joyce
Keely Flynt & Nicole Escobar
Literary Terms: Flashback
Pg.1, Eveline is thinking back to all of her childhood friends. She remembers how where they would use to play. Also on pg.1, Eveline remembers her mother and how she was treated by everybody else.
James Joyce shows in his story that sudden fear and doubt can change our decisions easily.
(Seen on pg.3 where Eveline grips the railing)
James Joyce shows in this story that not all things stay the same.
(Seen on pg.1 where Eveline is looking back at her childhood and thinking how everyone has left. And on pg.3 where Joyce writes "Her eyes gave him no sign of love or farewell or recognition.")
The story tells of Eveline's past, present, and what she longs for in the future. Eveline has to make a choice. Stay in Dublin, Ireland with her father. Or sail away with Frank, the man she loves. Caught up in emotions and flashbacks, Eveline tries to decide. Her decision is made at the last minute when she watches the boat sail away.
Eveline-19, lives with father in Dublin, Ireland. Mother died when she was young. Has two brothers named Harry and Ernest. Loves the sailor Frank. Poor. Dynamic. Protagonist.
Eveline's father-age unknown. Can be violent. Flat. Antagonist.
Harry-is out of the house. Flat
Frank-is a sailor. Eveline's love interest. Says they can sail away together and be happy. Flat
Literary Term: Simile
On the last page, James Joyce describes Eveline's facial expression
"She set her white face to him, passive, like a helpless animal."
Literary Terms: Irony
The story has situational. In the beginning Eveline wanted to runaway with Frank and live happily ever after. In the end, though, Eveline chooses not to go with Frank.
Pg.3 "Her eyes gave him no sign of love or farewell or recognition."