- Words: 1356
- Length: 4 Pages
- Topic: Literature
- Paper #: 81434239
In short, he found that his daydreams were childish, and that the humdrum monotony of life in northern Dublin was real and adult.
Sarty Snopes, on the other hand, is conflicted between what he believes to be right internally, and the pressures upon this belief from his external reality. Essentially, he steps into manhood in a similar manner as the narrator in "Araby," but instead of being consumed by romantic