Araby by James Joyce

Mar 21st, 2014
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At the end of "Araby" the narrator sees himself as "driven and derided by vanity." One meaning of "vanity" is "the state of being empty, idle, valueless." Another meaning is "exaggerated self-love". Still another is "hunger for praise or admiration." Explain, with specific examples from story how each of these definitions of vanity could apply to the narrator. 

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