Joyce's first major work, written when he was only twenty-five, brought his city to the world for the first time.
His stories are rooted in the rich detail of Dublin life, portraying ordinary, often defeated lives with unflinching realism. He writes of social decline, sexual desire and exploitation, corruption and personal failure, yet creates a brilliantly compelling, unique vision of the world and of human experience.
'Joyce redeems his Dubliners, assures their identity, and makes their social existence appear permanent and immortal, like the streets they walk.' Tom Paulin
Series: Penguin Classics Ser.
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: December 2000
Dimensions (cm): 19.6 x 12.9 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.239