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9_Extrinsic and Intrinsic Elements In Araby by James Joyce.pptx

  1. 1. INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC ELEMENT IN SHORT STORY “ARABY” (JAMES JOYCE) Group 2: Putri Salsabila_Henni Rasmonowati
  2. 2. The main idea of Araby by James Joyce: the naïve fantasies of childhood often develop into confused infatuations when a child is on the cusp of adolescence, and the consequent realization that reality is not responsive to one’s intense desires can naturally cause an equally intensely felt swing toward depressed disillusionment. Being in the throes of his first real disappointment in life, the narrator is as yet unable to look at things from a wider, more detached view. INTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF “ARABY”
  3. 3. Title 01. Araby Author 02. James Joyce Publication Date 03. 1914 Genre 04. Short Story Characters 05. The narrator, the narrator’s uncle, the narrator’s aunt, Mangan’s sister, the priest, Mrs. Mercer, young female shopkeeper, and Mangan. Moral Lesson 06. In pursuit of one’s desires, one must not be blinded by prospects, get their hopes up too high, or disregard crucial or enjoyable experiences and people around them. INTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF “ARABY”
  4. 4. Setting 07. The story called “Araby” is set in Dublin, Ireland, in a lot of different places around the city. He is on the street where he lives, North Richmond Street, at the beginning of the story. Theme 08. The main theme in “Araby” is the loss of innocence and religion both public and private. “Araby” touches on a great number of themes: - Coming of age - Meeting of imagination with reality - The life of the mind versus poverty (both physical and intellectual) - The consequences of idealization - The Cathloc Church’s influence to make Dublin a place of asceticism where desire and sensuality are seen as immoral - The pain that often comes when one encounters love in reality instead of its elevated form - Paralysis These theme build on one another entirely through the thoughts of the young boy, who is portrayed by the first-person narrator, who writes from memory. INTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF “ARABY”
  5. 5. Summary 09. INTRINSIC ELEMENTS IN “ARABY” In the “Araby” summary, a young boy comparable in age and temperament to the characters in “the sisters” and “an encounter”, develops feelings for Mangan’s sister, a girl who lives across the street. One evening, she asks him if he expects to attend Araby, a bazaar (a market hosted, most likely by a church, to raise money for charity). The girl will be away on a retreat at the time of the bazaar, so she will be unable to attend. The kid pledges to bring her something from Araby if he travels. The asks for and is granted permission to attend the market on Saturday night. However, when Saturday night arrives, his uncle arrives home late, possibly after visiting a pub after work. The boy receives money for the market after much agonizing waiting, but by the time he arrives in Araby, it is too late. The celebration is wrapping up for the night, and he doesn’t have enough money to give Mangan’s sister anything nice. In frustration, the boy sobs.
  6. 6. EXTRINSIC ELEMENTS IN “ARABY” The title “araby” refers to the Middle East Area.
  7. 7. EXTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF “ARABY” The Background The Historical Context “Araby” a short story by James Joyce, is about a young boy in Ireland infatuated with the gil living across the street. The story of “Araby” is very much grounded in the rality of Joyce’s own story. When he was young his family lived in a suburb of Dublin, Ireland, and in 1894 the Joyce’s lived in a house on North Richmond Street, just as the narrator does.
  8. 8. Author’s Purpose Biography of Author James Joyce’s purpose in writing “Araby” was to emphasize the difference between the world, the church, or society in general, creates and the real world. In “Araby”, he also displays to the reader the drastic change a loss of innocence. James Augustine Aloysius Joyce was an Irish novelist, poet, and literary critic. He contributed to the modernist avant-garde movement and is regarded as one of the most influential and important writers of the 20th century. EXTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF “ARABY”
  9. 9. The Reason of Author Made “Araby” The term Araby, as the title of the story, is used symbolically. It does not mean here simply the bazaar after that oriental name. It represents and ideal- an ideal of romance and beauty- which haunts the mind, that is lost in the dull reality of a work-a-day world. EXTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF “ARABY”
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