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  • n. Plural form of Dubliner.

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Examples

  • But my first exposure to Joyce was in a sleepy little black shoebox theatre, where a troupe of mild-mannered turtlenecked barnstormers read from Dubliners from a stage decorated with high stools, and where I, underexposed and underage and over my head, had too much to drink and fell asleep in mid-performance.

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  • Typical of Joyce's Dubliners is Mr. Duffy in "A Painful Case," whose suburban existence lacks "any communion with others."

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  • Joyce would have been falsifying the facts, if he had made the people in Dubliners less disgusting than they are.

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  • At about 11: 30 PM we stumbled upon an Irish pub called Dubliners, which is located right off of Sol (Puerta del Sol will from now on be shortened to Sol).

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  • While not as famous as Ulysses, James Joyce’s Dubliners is an introduction to this Irish writer’s work, and these stories may leave you wanting to read more.

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  • Joyce called his Dubliners style a "scrupulous meanness": Davis is the heir to that style, and to another, earlier heir to it, Samuel Beckett.

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  • You might want to try James Joyce's short fiction, Dubliners, which is quite readable and some of the best short fiction ever written.

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  • After a long day at the zoo we went to a bar called Dubliners near our house.

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  • The Dead (1987) - John Huston's final film brings to life the bittersweet characters and setting of James Joyce's "Dubliners".

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  • The last work in "Dubliners," "The Dead" explores a priggish man's attitude toward the world around him as he parties with his friends and family.

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