3 CDs, Abridged
Read by Gerard McSorley
In 'Dubliners' James Joyce set out to dramatise the "moral history" of the city of his birth - and in so doing created his first masterpiece. The characters in these stories range from the small-minded to the tragic, from the despairing to the wildly optimistic, but the writing is consistently brilliant: alive with Joyce's unique blend of enigma and reality.
This audio edition contains eight unabridged stories: 'After The Race', 'Araby', 'The Boarding House', 'Clay', 'Eveline', 'Ivy Day In The Committee Room', 'A Painful Case' and 'Two Gallants'.