Thesis Statement. Araby is about the boy ’ s mental initiation. Introduction How Dubliners Reflect the Life in Dublin (Nicola and Sheryl). I. Religion is the central part of the Dubliner ’ s spiritual life and standard of conduct.
Araby is about the boy’s mental initiation
B. There are many examples of religious associations from the stories, such as the boy associated religious images to his lover in Araby and the priests in other stories.
B. Nationalism and tradition of the Catholics are two strong debate topics for the Irish.
The general social air and religious regulation functions as superego to repress his id that desires the girl.
II. He learns what reality is and feels disappointed with this real world and its vanity.