Dubliners by James Joyce
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Dublin The Sisters
An Encounter
Araby
Eveline
After the Race
Two Gallants
The Boarding House
A Little Cloud
Counterparts
Clay
A Painful Case
Ivy Day in the Committee Room
A Mother
Grace
The Dead

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[The Sisters] [6] found it lighted in the same way, faintly and evenly. If he was
[The Sisters] [97] pleasant and vicious region; and there again I found it waiting for
[The Sisters] [139] went. I found it strange that neither I nor the day seemed in a
[The Sisters] [156] found in himself the courage to undertake them; and I was not
[The Sisters] [209] we found Eliza seated in his arm-chair in state. I groped my way
[An Encounter] [664] his recent liberalism. He said that if ever he found a boy talking to
[Araby] [705] littered with old useless papers. Among these I found a few
[Araby] [710] apple-tree and a few straggling bushes under one of which I found
[Araby] [839] When I came downstairs again I found Mrs. Mercer sitting at the
[Araby] [887] shilling to a weary-looking man. I found myself in a big hall
[Eveline] [969] had never found out the name of the priest whose yellowing
[Eveline] [983] when they found out that she had run away with a fellow? Say she
[Eveline] [1047] found out the affair and had forbidden her to have anything to say
[After the Race] [1178] than acquaintances as yet but Jimmy found great pleasure in the
[Two Gallants] [1628] obliquely. As he approached Hume Street corner he found the air
[Two Gallants] [1666] through which he passed they did so morosely. He found trivial all
[Two Gallants] [1703] ate his food greedily and found it so good that he made a note of
[A Little Cloud] [2169] walk swiftly in the street even by day and whenever he found
[A Little Cloud] [2616] pretty. But he found something mean in it. Why was it so
[A Little Cloud] [2625] the room. He found something mean in the pretty furniture which
[Counterparts] [2908] had found a felicitous moment:
[Counterparts] [3056] When Paddy Leonard called him he found that they were talking
[Counterparts] [3115] returning to his home. When he went in by the side- door he found
[Clay] [3270] had so often adorned, In spite of its years she found it a nice tidy
[A Painful Case] [3439] because he found all the other suburbs of Dublin mean, modern
[A Painful Case] [3503] One evening he found himself sitting beside two ladies in the
[A Painful Case] [3534] Meeting her a third time by accident he found courage to make an
[A Painful Case] [3673] Police Sergeant Croly deposed that when he arrived he found the
[A Mother] [4638] Kearney found occasion to say to some friend:
[A Mother] [4938] gentlemen was Mr. O'Madden Burke, who had found out the room
[Grace] [5371] his other arm. After three weeks she had found a wife's life
[Grace] [6116] aisles until they found seating accommodation. The gentlemen
[The Dead] [6696] Lancers were arranged. Gabriel found himself partnered with Miss
[The Dead] [6717] "O, innocent Amy! I have found out that you write for The Daily
[The Dead] [6751] her his review of Browning's poems. That was how she had found
[The Dead] [7024] On the landing outside the drawing-room Gabriel found his wife
[The Dead] [7131] had found the carving hot work. Mary Jane settled down quietly to