Q1. Brian Friel’s play Dancing at Lughnasa and James Joyce’s story ‘Eveline both focus on the theme of memory. Discuss the treatment of memory in both works and how memory is illustrated as a theme in the works. How do characters in the works deal with

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instructions:

Answer both questions on the exam paper. Each question will be graded out of 50 marks.

All answers should be in standard essay format:Start with a thesis, provide specific and appropriate examples, then end with a conclusion. Analyze and discuss the examples, and define all important terms.

The word count for each essay should range from 600-650 words.

Edit your answers, paying attention to grammar, punctuation, and spelling

Cross out any notes you make which you do not want to be considered.

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Answer the following questions. (50 marks each)

Q1. Brian Friel’s play Dancing at Lughnasa and James Joyce’s story ‘Eveline both focus on the theme of memory. Discuss the treatment of memory in both works and how memory is illustrated as a theme in the works. How do characters in the works deal with their own memories? How do those impact their lives? Make sure you support your discussion by providing specific examples from the texts.

Q2. Discuss the theme of paralysis in ‘The Sisters,’ and ‘An Encounter,’ from James Joyce’s collection of short stories, Dubliners. How is paralysis manifested in the portrayal of the city of Dublin and how does it affect the lives of some of the characters in the stories? Make sure you illustrate your answer with specific examples from the stories.

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