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What the community says about Dubliners
- "I believe there should have been a bit more footnotes, but that doesn't take away from the amazing stories! This will quickly become one of your favorites!"
- "Dubliners is James Joyce at his best. A comprehensive and thrilling look at Irish life, these short stories sparkle with life and intensity. The characters and themes are just as relevant today; I really appreciate how Joyce ties everything together with reoccurring motifs and narrative threads. I even enjoy reading some passages out loud to get the full effect of Joyce's writing."
- "What took me so long to read James Joyce? It is never too late. In a way I’m glad I waited. My life experience has enhanced my appreciation of this great writer. Don’t listen to those who protest Joyce as “experimental.” They don’t know what they are talking about. Just open your mind and heart and let him in."
- "Dubliners was one of the best short stories I have read in a long time. Published in 1914, James Joyce's Debliners is well known and hard to put down. It contains 15 short stories set in the early 20th Century. Each story is more compelling than the next. Excellent all around. "