Dubliners by James Joyce
night

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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There are 95 occurrences of the word:   night

[The Sisters] [4] Night after night I had passed the house (it was vacation time) and
[The Sisters] [5] studied the lighted square of window: and night after night I had
[The Sisters] [11] true. Every night as I gazed up at the window I said softly to
[The Sisters] [142] death. I wondered at this for, as my uncle had said the night
[The Sisters] [346] night he was wanted for to go on a call and they couldn't find him
[An Encounter] [449] That night I slept badly. In the morning I was firstcomer to the
[Araby] [801] intervening days. I chafed against the work of school. At night in
[Araby] [806] to the bazaar on Saturday night. My aunt was surprised and hoped
[Araby] [845] o'clock and she did not like to be out late as the night air was bad
[Araby] [849] "I'm afraid you may put off your bazaar for this night of Our Lord."
[Eveline] [1012] much more, for he was usually fairly bad on Saturday night. In the
[Eveline] [1026] night-boat to be his wife and to live with him in Buenos Ayres
[Eveline] [1070] very night to remind her of the promise to her mother, her promise
[Eveline] [1072] the last night of her mother's illness; she was again in the close
[After the Race] [1280] That night the city wore the mask of a capital. The five young men
[After the Race] [1301] "Fine night, sir!"
[After the Race] [1303] It was a serene summer night; the harbour lay like a darkened
[Two Gallants] [1417] "One night, man," he said, "I was going along Dame Street and I
[Two Gallants] [1418] spotted a fine tart under Waterhouse's clock and said good- night,
[Two Gallants] [1421] round her and squeezed her a bit that night. Then next Sunday,
[Two Gallants] [1424] dairyman.... It was fine, man. Cigarettes every night she'd bring me
[Two Gallants] [1425] and paying the tram out and back. And one night she brought me
[Two Gallants] [1519] night with two fellows with her on a car."
[Two Gallants] [1733] Street. At this Lenehan said that he had been with Mac the night
[Two Gallants] [1743] one another good-night. He went as far as the clock of the College
[The Boarding House] [1829] business. One night he went for his wife with the cleaver and she
[The Boarding House] [1915] began to reconstruct the interview which she had had the night
[The Boarding House] [1974] night before was a cause of acute pain to him; the priest had drawn
[The Boarding House] [2021] him. Then late one night as he was undressing for she had tapped
[The Boarding House] [2023] had been blown out by a gust. It was her bath night. She wore a
[The Boarding House] [2031] him alone, at night, in the sleeping house. And her thoughtfulness!
[The Boarding House] [2032] If the night was anyway cold or wet or windy there was sure to be
[The Boarding House] [2066] Suddenly he remembered the night when one of the musichall
[A Little Cloud] [2163] French and German. Walking swiftly by at night he had seen cabs
[A Little Cloud] [2170] himself in the city late at night he hurried on his way
[A Little Cloud] [2208] and waiting for the first chill of night bid them arise, shake
[A Little Cloud] [2302] "I met him one night in London and he seemed to be very flush....
[A Little Cloud] [2469] didn't meet earlier. But I must leave tomorrow night."
[Counterparts] [2845] half past five. The dark damp night was coming and he longed to
[Counterparts] [2873] the glare and rattle of the public-house. It was a night for hot
[Counterparts] [2961] going to have a good night of it. The clerk in Terry Kelly's said A
[Clay] [3373] lose his temper on account of the night it was and asked his wife to
[Clay] [3404] that night, so full of pleasant talk and reminiscences. She said they
[A Painful Case] [3586] these discourses was that one night during which she had shown
[A Painful Case] [3692] been in the habit of crossing the lines late at night from platform to
[A Painful Case] [3704] of going out at night to buy spirits. She, witness, had often tried to
[A Painful Case] [3737] outburst of that night and interpreted it in a harsher sense than he
[A Painful Case] [3769] must have been, sitting night after night alone in that room. His
[A Painful Case] [3773] It was after nine o'clock when he left the shop. The night was cold
[A Painful Case] [3784] redly and hospitably in the cold night. He looked down the slope
[A Painful Case] [3805] could hear nothing: the night was perfectly silent. He listened
[A Mother] [4697] Antient Concert Rooms on Wednesday night she did not like the
[A Mother] [4737] they pleased and reserve all the talent for Saturday night. Mrs.
[A Mother] [4747] The concert on Thursday night was better attended, but Mrs.
[A Mother] [4757] bumper house on Saturday night. When she heard this, she sought
[A Mother] [4789] her on Saturday night. She agreed. She respected her husband in
[A Mother] [4796] The night of the grand concert came. Mrs. Kearney, with her
[A Mother] [4828] grand opera. One night, when an operatic artiste had fallen ill, he
[Grace] [5349] "We'll make a new man of him," he said. "Good-night, Mrs.
[Grace] [5635] "On Thursday night, you said, Jack "
[Grace] [5691] "D'ye know what, Tom, has just occurred to me? You night join in
[The Dead] [6256] Of course, they had good reason to be fussy on such a night. And
[The Dead] [6269] coming. Good-night, Mrs. Conroy."
[The Dead] [6303] "Yes, Lily," he answered, "and I think we're in for a night of it."
[The Dead] [6411] bother, what with green shades for Tom's eyes at night and making
[The Dead] [6458] "0, for one night," said Mrs. Conroy. "Besides, Bessie will look
[The Dead] [6907] been any ill-feeling between them until that night. It unnerved him
[The Dead] [6983] slaving there in that choir night and day, night and day. Six o'clock
[The Dead] [7184] the top gallery of the old Royal used to be packed night after night,
[The Dead] [7185] of how one night an Italian tenor had sung five encores to Let me
[The Dead] [7661] wouldn't sing all the night. O, I'll get him to sing a song before he
[The Dead] [7713] careful of his throat in the night air. Gabriel watched his wife, who
[The Dead] [7738] where good-night was said:
[The Dead] [7740] "Well, good-night, Aunt Kate, and thanks for the pleasant
[The Dead] [7743] "Good-night, Gabriel. Good-night, Gretta!"
[The Dead] [7745] "Good-night, Aunt Kate, and thanks ever so much. Goodnight,
[The Dead] [7748] "O, good-night, Gretta, I didn't see you."
[The Dead] [7750] "Good-night, Mr. D'Arcy. Good-night, Miss O'Callaghan."
[The Dead] [7752] "Good-night, Miss Morkan."
[The Dead] [7754] "Good-night, again."
[The Dead] [7756] "Good-night, all. Safe home."
[The Dead] [7758] "Good-night. Good night."
[The Dead] [7841] "Good-night, Dan," he said gaily.
[The Dead] [7852] while standing at the curbstone, bidding the others good- night.
[The Dead] [7892] surprised by such a novel idea. Then he mumbled good-night and
[The Dead] [8122] "Then the night before I left, I was in my grandmother's house in
[The Dead] [8173] and dancing, the merry-making when saying good-night in the hall,