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Analysis of AandP by John Updike
the man does, indeed, discover the difference is what sets him off into emotional collapse. The status quo of this small town was disrupted by these girls in many different ways which led the sheep to become frozen from this tremor in their routine. Rousseau and the confessions of Araby., James Joyce Quarterly, vol.33, (1996) : Winter,. With images of chivalry and romance notwithstanding, both Updikes A P and Joyces Araby set forth to impart the many trials and tribulations associated with love. Not only are descriptive phrases shared by both stories, but parallels occur with each ending, as well (Doloff 113). One considerable difference between Updikes A P and Joyces Araby is the gap between the young mens ages, with Updikes embarking upon his twenties while Joyces is of a significantly more tender age. 127) versions of their former selves once they have become focused upon their respective objects of affection. Their confiedence clearly demonstrates that these three girls had no realization that they had violated a domestic folkway. Sammy obviously finds the girls physically alluring, but he's also attracted by their rebellion.
These girls did not wear any make up, and they barely had any clothes on at all. This is the reason why there are similarities as well as deviations from Joyces original piece. This explicit detail is not to be taken lightly in either piece, for the implication is integral to the other important story elements, particularly as they deal with female obsession. Innocence is not ignorance, however it lacks knowledge in the same manner. Three barefoot girls in bathing suits walk into an A P grocery store, shocking the customers but drawing the admiration of the two young men working the cash registers. In those few minutes, the girls were also judged by what they were witnessed purchasing. In John Updikes A P the innocent of a local grocery store break through their blindness and daily routines in order to shed some light onto part of reality that they have been missing. The girls have entered the store, and the narrator assumes they are seeking attention for their physical appearance. . John Updikes A P and James Joyces Araby share many of the same literary traits.