An Encounter

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James Joyce (1882—1941) writer



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A story in James Joyce's Dubliners (1914), written in 1905. Three schoolboys plan a day of ‘miching’ (truancy), inspired by comicbook adventures, but only the narrator and Mahoney appear at ...

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