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Final review

An Encounter Smith, Mahony, Old Man Companionship, Adventurism, Sex
Two Gallants Corley, Lenehen Superiority power struggles, discontent, loyalty, profit = reward - cost
The Boarding House Polly Mooney, Ms. Mooney, Jack Mooney, Mr. Mooney, Mr. Doran Marriage, family
A Little Cloud Chandler, Ignatius Gallaher Annie Superiority, Social class, discontent
Counterparts Farrington, Mr. Alleyne, Miss Delacour, Tom Subordination
A Painful Case James Duffy, Emily Sinico Death, Loneliness, love
Ivy Day in the Committee Room Mr. Mar O'Connor, Mr. Joe Hynes, Old Jack, Mr. Crofton Politics, discontent, inefficiency
A Mother Mr. Kearney, Mrs. Kearney, Kathleen Kearney, Mr. Holohan, Mr Fitzpatrick Sexism, Non Sexism, Society
Grace Mr. Kernan, Mrs. Kernan, Mr. Jack Power, Mr. Martin Cunningham, Mr. M'Coy, Mr. Fogarty, Harford Catholicism, Redemption, friendship, marriage
The Dead Gabriel, Gretta, Aunt Kate, Aunt Julia, Mary Jane, Freddy Malins, Bartell D'Arcy, Mr. Browne, Miss Ivors, Lily, Michael Furey Death, Love, shame
The Sisters Unnamed narrator, Eliza, Rev. James Flynn, Nannie, Old Cotter Death, grief, age vs. youth, Catholicism
Created by: AlanMGM



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