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] [130] been these constant showers of snuff which gave his ancient
[The Sisters] [159] printed as the law notices in the newspaper, elucidating all these
[The Sisters] [212] wine-glasses. She set these on the table and invited us to take a
[An Encounter] [391] almost in fear: and of the number of these latter, the reluctant
[An Encounter] [397] girls. Though there was nothing wrong in these stories and though
[An Encounter] [414] it, I suppose, was some wretched fellow who writes these things
[An Encounter] [571] expressed these sentiments which bored us a little we kept silent.
[Araby] [705] littered with old useless papers. Among these I found a few
[Araby] [756] or a ballad about the troubles in our native land. These noises
[Araby] [853] received the weight of his overcoat. I could interpret these signs.
[Eveline] [988] "Miss Hill, don't you see these ladies are waiting?"
[Eveline] [1050] "I know these sailor chaps," he said.
[After the Race] [1145] these trimly built cars was a party of four young men whose spirits
[After the Race] [1147] Gallicism: in fact, these four young men were almost hilarious.
[After the Race] [1154] appointed manager of the establishment; these two young men
[After the Race] [1197] the possession of money. These were three good reasons for
[After the Race] [1199] day in the company of these Continentals. At the control Segouin
[Two Gallants] [1459] and what he had said to settle the matter. When he reported these
[A Little Cloud] [2233] pervades these poems." ... "The Celtic note." It was a pity his name
[A Little Cloud] [2267] these rival features the lips appeared very long and shapeless and
[Clay] [3186] of the side-tables were four very big barmbracks. These
[A Painful Case] [3459] together by a brass pin. In these sheets a sentence was inscribed
[A Painful Case] [3491] brought him sometimes to an opera or a concert: these were the
[A Painful Case] [3497] they died. He performed these two social duties for old dignity's
[A Painful Case] [3500] circumstances he would rob his hank but, as these circumstances
[A Painful Case] [3586] these discourses was that one night during which she had shown
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4121] "Some of these hillsiders and fenians are a bit too clever if ask
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4443] one never went to see these wild Irish. By Christ, I'll go myself and
[A Mother] [4647] picture postcards to their friends and these friends sent back other
[A Mother] [4852] Mrs. Kearney passed by these two young men and went to the edge
[A Mother] [4937] was uncorking bottles for a few gentlemen. One of these
[Grace] [5125] These two gentlemen and one of the curates carried him up the
[Grace] [5279] grace of these two articles of clothing, he said, a man could always
[Grace] [5288] full of a black liquid. From these bowls Mr. Kernan tasted tea. He
[Grace] [5297] character. Mr. Power was one of these friends. His inexplicable
[Grace] [5338] these nights and talk it over."
[Grace] [5563] "Is this what we pay rates for?" he asked. "To feed and clothe these
[Grace] [5581] where they get these thundering big country fellows, omadhauns,
[Grace] [5596] "These yahoos coming up here," he said, "think they can boss the
[Grace] [5975] others were all for it. The whole conclave except these two was
[Grace] [6000] archbishops from all the ends of the earth and these two fighting
[Grace] [6131] tried unsuccessfully to make comic remarks. As these had not been
[The Dead] [6316] wedding one of these fine days with your young man, eh? "
[The Dead] [6512] end to end, and on these Aunt Julia and the caretaker were
[The Dead] [7083] round of spiced beef. Between these rival ends ran parallel lines of
[The Dead] [7358] enthusiastic for these new ideas and its enthusiasm, even when it is
[The Dead] [7805] then he had said: "Why is it that words like these seem to me so
[The Dead] [7809] Like distant music these words that he had written years before
[The Dead] [8202] impalpable world: the solid world itself, which these dead had one