James Joyce is one of the greatest writers of all time, but that doesn't make his work easy to understand. This video covers the major events of his most famous short story: "Araby," and pays particular attention to those confusing last few lines. Titled after a traveling, open air bazaar. "Araby" is the recollections of the unnamed narrator's first romantic interest and it's accompanying epiphany. Joyce published the story in 1914 as part of the short story collection: Dubliners. Araby is just the start of Joyce's outstanding, hometown short stories. If you want to check out the whole collection, Penguin has a fantastic edition of it: https://amzn.to/2JRQEVn Note: this book has my full endorsement which is why I'm pitching it here. Thus, if you buy this book through this link, I receive a small commission which will make my wallet happy, but my heart will be happier if you support used book stores and libraries...just saying.