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قديم 11-10-2007, 12:25 AM   #1
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افتراضي Evrything about Eveline-part 1


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Eveline: Character Analysis


"There is no more miserable human being than one in whom nothing is
habitual but indecision (James)." Originally appearing in Dubliners, a
compilation of vignettes by James Joyce, his short story Eveline is the tale of
such an unfortunate individual. Anxious, timid, scared, perhaps even terrified
-- all these describe Eveline. She is a frightened, indecisive young woman
poised between her past and her future.

Eveline loves her father but is fearful of him. She tries to hold onto
good memories of her father, thinking “sometimes he could be very nice (Joyce
5),” but has seen what her father has done to her siblings when he would “hunt
them in out of the field with his blackthorn stick (Joyce 4).” As of late she
has begun to feel “herself in danger of her father's violence (Joyce 4).”
Ironically, her father has “begun to threaten her and say what he'd do to her
only for her dead mother's sake (Joyce 5).”

Eveline wants a new life but is afraid to let go of her past. She dreams
of a place where "people would treat her with respect (Joyce 4)" and when
contemplating her future, hopes “to explore a new life with Frank (Joyce 5).”
When, in a moment of terror she realizes that “she must escape (Joyce 6),” it
seems to steel her determination to make a new home for herself elsewhere. On
the other hand, she is comfortable with the “familiar objects from which she had
never dreamed of being divided (Joyce 4).”

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"Eveline" is the story of a young teenager facing a dilemma where she has to choose between living with her father or escaping with Frank, a sailor which she has been courting for some time. The story is one of fifteen stories written by James Joyce in a collection called "Dubliners". These stories follow a certain pattern that Joyce uses to express his ideas: "Joyce's focus in Dubliners is almost exclusively on the middle-class Catholics known to himself and his family"(the Gale Group). Joyce's early life, family background, and his catholic background appear in the way he writes these stories. "Where Joyce usually relates his stories to events in his life, there are some stories which are actually events that took place in his life" (Joyce, Stanislaus). James Joyce in his letter to Grant Richard writes:



My intention was to write a chapter of the moral history of my country and I chose

Dublin for the scene because that city seemed to me the center of paralysis. I tried to

present it to the indifferent public under four of these aspects: childhood,

adolescence, maturity and public life. The stories are arranged in this order. (5 May

1906; Selected letters). (Ingersoll)



In the story, Eveline's family is described poor, and they probably don't live a very comfortable life. The dust and Eveline's struggle for money mentioned in the story all go to explain the misery in their life: "Besides, the invariable squabble for money on Saturday nights had begun to weary her unspeakably"(Joyce5). This misery also appears in other stories by Joyce like 'The Sisters' and 'Araby'. Joyce could have related his childhood days when his family was in some financial crises to the family background of Eveline in the story: "but the [Joyce's] family fortunes took a sharp turn for the worse during Joyce's childhood" (Gale Group). From the story, we are told that it is from this misery, and her father's attitude that Eveline decides she would leave home, although, she does not leave at the end of the story. Joyce could have been writing about the urge the had to leave Dublin during his youth because he: "[cites] the city of Dublin as the center of paralysis" (the Gale Group). Joyce left Dublin, Ireland after his university education. : "His estrangement from Ireland became as necessary to him as detachment from family, friends and religion; once he had finished his university education in 1902 (he had studied romance languages), he made his way to the European continent." (Gale Group).

In order to be consistent with the connection between Joyce's past experience and 'Eveline', we could take a look at 'The boarding house' and still notice the presence of his writing style. 'Eveline' and 'The boarding house' are two stories written by Joyce, where he writes about the effects of the Irish society on the young girls. "The heroin Evelyn, portrayed as a young girl burdened by responsibilities, represents the joyless life of the Irish." (The Explicator). Having lived through his childhood up to the end of his university education, Joyce has become aware of the life in Ireland and the ambition of young people to leave Ireland and be 'free'. In these two stories however, there is a kind of weakness in the two different girls because at the end of the stories, they both choose to continue their domestic roles.



'Eveline' and 'The boarding house' offers two portrayals of women

whose lives are structured and controlled by the stigma of femininity

attached to them by the stigma of their patriarchal societies. Each

ends up serving a domestic role, one realizing the gendered

aspect of their fate, the other not aware of any other option. (Ingersoll).



In these stories, Joyce writes about the rigid society which he grew in and how it affects these two girls in each case.

Another pattern, perhaps the most significant, is his catholic family background. Eveline comes from a strongly catholic family, her mother was catholic while she was alive, and Harry, her brother, is in the church decorating business. The picture of the priest which hangs on the wall in their house and whom she knew nothing about is also another catholic symbol in Eveline's life. Just like Eveline, Joyce has been raised in a catholic family. "His family was Roman Catholic" (Gale Group). His catholic background has made him familiar with the kind of life, putting him in a good position to be able to create characters with this kind of background. In the story, Eveline's mother wants her to become the dutiful daughter and keep the house: "Strange that it should come that very night to remind her of the promise to her mother, her promise to keep the home together as long as she could. She remembered the last night of her mother's illness."(Joyce 6). Similarly at one point in Joyce's life his mother wanted him to be a cleric. Although contrasting with Eveline, he did not keep a promise to his mother before she died: "Mary Jane Murray, Joyce's mother was a devout Catholic who had hoped for a cleric vocation for her eldest son."(Gale Group). However, Joyce did not become a cleric, but Eveline keeps her promise to her mother and she decides not to go away with Frank.



Joyce also writes some stories where a child lives through childhood and early adult life with only one parent or even parentless. A very good example is Eveline who has lost her mother and she is stuck with her father whom as earlier mentioned is somewhat cruel: "That was a long time ago; she and her brothers and sisters were all grown up; her mother was dead."(Joyce 5). Her mother was alive when she was still a child and she might have died when Eveline was in her early teenage years. Joyce's mother died when he was twenty-one and must have gone through the experience of losing a parent rather early in life, so he is able to create characters with this experience: "and her [Joyce's mother] death when James Joyce was only twenty-one signaled the end of the disrupted and impoverished family" (Gale Group). In two other stories, 'The Sisters', and 'Araby', Joyce took the first person perspective of a young boy, who is parentless, and lives with relatives: "Anonymous, of no specific age, ostensibly parentless (he lives with an aunt and uncle in "The Sisters" and "Araby"), he undergoes a series of somewhat traumatic experiences, well within the framework of ordinary childhood experiences" (Gale Group).



Joyce gets the materials he uses to write the other stories in the Dubliners collection from experiences, conversation with people, or in some cases from something he reads or hear and reflects on. A few examples are 'The Boarding House', 'Two Gallands', 'The Encounter', 'Ivy Day in the Committee Room'.



'The Boarding House' was suggested by the rude and fluent remarks about his [Joyce's] landlady and her daughter made by a little cockney who was the English teacher in the Berlitz school at Trieste when my brother was first transferred there. (Joyce, Stanislaus).

The idea for 'Two Gallands' came from the mention of the relations between Porthos and the wife of a tradesman in 'The three Musketeers'. (Joyce, Stanislaus)



'Ivy Day in the Committee Room' except the final poem, as I have said, he took from letters of mine, but it had never occurred to me that there could be story in them.(Joyce, Stanislaus).

'An Encounter' is based on an actual incident that occurred to my brother when we planned and carried out a day's miching together. (Joyce, Stanislaus).



It is very interesting how Joyce transforms all these experiences and events into characters which make up his stories.

Although the character Eveline might be different from Joyce, the way in which he creates this character and her background and the other stories in the Dubliner collection have certain similarities to his own past life: "In various ways Joyce wove the details of his own life into each of his novels, using these autobiographical materials as an imaginative fabric that he frequently re wove." Joyce creates his stories by writing about his early life, past experiences, his family, and his catholic background; all these patterns appears in his stories which he calls Dubliners.
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Summarizer


Eveline” is a short story written by James Joyce about a young lady who lives her life in a promise. The promise is to her mother, who had passed away, that no matter how bad the family became, she would always keep it together. At a significant point in Eveline’s life, she was given the opportunity to leave the family and start a family of her own. Although Eveline is miserable with her life, she runs from Frank with no love in her eyes and remembers the promise that she had made.
Some people think that she did the right thing in keeping her promise, while others think that she did not have enough courage to go with Frank. Though both opinions are relevant, it is strongly apparent that Eveline is a coward for her actions. She ran away from the only person that truly loved her and cared about her needs.
Joyce opens the story with Eveline remembering old neighbors like "the Waters" who have since escaped east to England because they were not opposed to leaving their home. She looks forward to "going... away like the others" She admits she will not be missed at her job and at nineteen, without the former protection of her older brothers, she is beginning to feel "herself in danger of her father's violence"

To be loved and cared by someone is all she has ever hoped for.

It is in the last part of the story that really clarifies Eveline as a coward. But Eveline's rejection of Frank is not just a rejection of love, but also a rejection of a new life overseas and escape from her hard life at home. Leaving everything that puts her into misery is all she wants and desires. He was capable of taking care of them, he had done it before. He is planning on taking her away to marry him and "to live with him in Buenos Ayres" They treat her as if she is a slave. One way that she exhibits that she is a coward is shown through Frank. But "Frank was very kind, manly, open- hearted" and after the excitement of being courted, she "had begun to like him"
Another way that Eveline demonstrates her cowardly actions, is by not leaving an abusive situation. She ran from her chance to live what she had always dreamed. By not jumping into those "seas of the world that tumble[d] about her heart" Eveline abandons her chance for a new start, and the only person that truly loves her. Eveline has already been courted and won by Frank. Eveline cannot end up like her mother, who was rejected by the town people and "living a life of commonplace sacrifices closing in final craziness" and her only option is to "escape" with Frank. Though she can hardly imagine what her new life might be like, Eveline knows it will be better than the one she is currently living in.

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Short story Eveline





Eveline” is a short story written by James Joyce about a young lady. Eveline , an married girl living at home with her father and younger brothers and sisters , faces dilemma; she has promised her dying mother that she would look after the family , but now she has met a young man who loves her and wants to marry her. His offer of marriage involves her accepting also that she will leave her family and country and go abroad to start a new life. She recalls her past life and thinks of her present life at home with mixed emotions; although eveline in miserable with her life.


It is in the last part of the story that really clarifies Eveline as a coward. But Eveline's rejection of Frank is not just a rejection of love, but also a rejection of a new life overseas and escape from her hard life at home. Leaving everything that puts her into misery is all she wants and desires. He was capable of taking care of them, he had done it before. He is planning on taking her away to marry him and "to live with him in Buenos Ayres" They treat her as if she is a slave. One way that she exhibits that she is a coward is shown through Frank. But "Frank was very kind, manly, open- hearted" and after the excitement of being courted, she "had begun to like him"
Another way that Eveline demonstrates her cowardly actions, is by not leaving an abusive situation. She ran from her chance to live what she had always dreamed. By not jumping into those "seas of the world that tumble[d] about her heart" Eveline abandons her chance for a new start, and the only person that truly loves her. Eveline has already been courted and won by Frank. Eveline cannot end up like her mother, who was rejected by the town people and "living a life of commonplace sacrifices closing in final craziness" and her only option, is to "escape" with Frank. Though she can hardly imagine what her new life might be like, Eveline knows it will be better than the one she is currently living in.








Eveline


- Mature

لانها فوق السادسه عشر من عمرها وتحملت مسؤوليه الاعتناء باهلها وتعمل ايضا

- Devoted

مخلصة لوعدها لامها لانها وعدت امها بالاعتناء بالاسرة بعد موتها

- Poor (working- class)

هي فتاه فقيرة من الطبقة العامله ولهذا كانت تعمل لتوفر على والدها ولتساعد اخوتها

- Kind

فتاة حنونة على اخوتها وعلى والدها رغم قسوته احيانا

- She afraid of change

هي تخاف من التغير فبرغم الوضع القاسي والصعب الذي تعيشه مع عائلتها ومع توفر الفرصه لها بالعيش الكريم السعيد الا انها رفضت الزواج بفرانك والسفر والعيش بدوله اخرى فهي تخاف ان تعيش في دوله اخرى وفي بيت ليس بيتها ومع شخص غريب دون والدها واخوتها

- Selfless

هي انسانه غير انانيه لانها لا تفكر بنفسها بل دائمة التفكير بعائلتها

تعمل جاهدة من اجل سعادة اسرتها واهمال نفسها





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Frank:


- Sailor

كان بحار ودائم الترحال يعرف الكثير عن البحر وقصصه

- Kind

كان حنون واحب افلين كثيرا

- Simple

شخص بسيط جدا ليس لديه طموح الا العيش مع فتاه يحبها ويشعر بالراحة معها

- Passionate

عاطفي لانه احب افلين واهمل فقرها ووضعها الصعب

- Young

كان شاب في مقتبل العمر






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Father


- Beat

كان مرهق لصعوبه العمل وتوفير الاكل والشرب لاولاده

- Drank

كان يشرب اي سكير

- Burdened

كان في نظر افلين انه عبء عليها لانه كبر في العمر ويحتاج عنايه كبيرة

- Sometime he be hard

افلين تعلم ان اباها يحبها الا انه كان قاسيا عليها احيانا

وغضبت منه عندما منعها من مقابلت اقلين






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Mother:



- Fatling

كانت ضحيه بنظر افلين

- Kind

حنونه على اولادها وزوجها لانها كانت قلقه عليهم وهي تحتضر

- Idol

كانت في نظر افلين بمعنى الاله من شدة حبها لها

- Hard working

عاشة حياه صعبه مع وضع صعب من شدة الفقر وعاشرت زوح صعب المزاج في بعض الاحيان

- Crazy

كانت انسانه مجنونه في نظر افلين لانها قبلت العيش مع هذا الوضع القاسي






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هناك بعض الاشارات الرمزيه التي يشير اليها الكاتب





اهتمام افلين باسرتها


هنا الكاتب يرمز الى وحدة الاسرة وترابطها بعيدا عن الانانيه وحب الذات




عدم قبول افلين بالزواج من فرانك والرحيل معه الى دوله اخرى



يرمز الكاتب هنا الى حب الوطن والانتماء له بعيدا عن مختلف الاسباب المعيشيه



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مشكورة كتير اختي قطة جزيت خيرا
لو سمحتي اشرحيلي الفرق بين history from below and traditional history
واذا ممكن وين بلائي الجواب في الكتاب

من عيوني اكيد

بس انا راح اشرحلك متل ما انا فاهمة وياريت تتاكدي من دكتورتك

traditional history:

كتابة موضوع تاريخي او ساسي او اقتصادي او ..... مع كتابه ابرز شخصيات الموضوع, شخصيات مشهورة ومعروفة قد يكونوا ملوك, رجال اعمال , تجار ...........

ساهموا في انجاز شيء ما

ويجب ان يتوفر في متل تلك المواضيع مراجع كثيرة وموثوق بها ويسهل العثور عليها والاخذ منها


history from below :

كتابة موضوع تاريخي او اقتصادي او ...........

وهنا لايوجد شخصيات مشهورة او معروفه فالناس الذين ساهموا في انجاز شيء ما يكونوا من عامة الشعب وقد يكونوا مجهولي الاسم والعنوان

وليس لذلك مراجع كثيرة وموثوق بها ويصعب العثور على تلك المصادر

The traditional history: mean the history that deals with one aspect person, subject, known organizations,
according To the traditional history there are variety of resources such as books, newspapers and interviews and it can be accessed easily without any troubles

history from the below : is the history, which dos not have any sources, whether audio or visual or written, and find difficulty in ********ing information which linked with the fact.




ولتاني مرة عم احكيلك هاد من فهمي وياريت تتاكدي


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Eveline

sits at the window, watching the avenue. She thinks of her family, and the neighbors. Years ago, the children on the avenue used to play on a field where now stand many houses. She and her siblings are now grown up, and her mother is dead. Eveline is nineteen years old, and she is planning to leave Ireland forever. She works very hard, at a store and also at home, where she cares for her old father. She won't miss her job in the store. She has mixed feelings about her father. He can be cruel, and though he doesn't beat her, as he did her brothers, he often threatens her with violence. With her brothers gone (Ernest is dead and Harry is often away on business) there is no one to protect her. She takes care of two young siblings and gives over her whole salary for the family, but her father is always accusing her of being a spendthrift.

She is going to leave Ireland for good with a sailor named Frank. He has a home in Buenos Ayres. Frank treats her respectfully and with great tenderness, and he entertains her with stories about his travels around the world. Her father dislikes him.
Still, she loves her father and regrets the idea of leaving him in his old age. At times he can be kind. She remembers her mother's death, when she promised her mother to keep the home together as long as she could. Her mother lived a life "of commonplace sacrifices closing in final craziness" (33). She finished babbling the enigmatic phrase "Derevaun Seraun!" again and again. The fear of that memory strengthens the resolve in Eveline to leave.
But at the station, with the boat ready to leave, she is paralyzed. She cannot go; the world is too frightening. "All the seas of the world tumbled about her heart. He [Frank] was drawing her into them: he would drown her" (34). Frank calls to her, trying to get her to board with the rush of people. She merely stares at him as if he is a stranger.
Analysis:
Yet again, this story focuses on the theme of escape. While the young boy narrators of the previous stories are too young to leave Ireland or do anything about their poverty, Eveline has been given a chance. Yet in the end, the girl finds herself incapable of going.
Certainly, she has every reason to leave. The portrait we have of her family life is less than heart-warming. We see that she has taken on an incredible part of the burden in keeping the family together, as her mother did before her. Her father, despite the points he wins for not beating her, is a domineering and unfair man, who makes his daughter work and then keeps her wages. Rather than appreciate her sacrifices, he ridicules her. Unpleasant characters in Joyce's works often criticize the Irishman who leaves Ireland, the most common sentiment being that these expatriates are ungrateful children of their country. Joyce, himself an expatriate, turns this insult around in "Eveline": we see not an ungrateful child, but an ungrateful parent. Eveline's stifling family life becomes a ****phor for the trap that is Ireland.
Her mother provides the chilling example of what it means to be a grateful child, and to do what is expected: we learn that she lived a life "of commonplace sacrifices closing in final craziness" (33). At the end of her life she is true Irish, babbling in Ireland's native language (which nationalists had been trying to revitalize). However, the phrase she utters repeatedly is probably nonsense; at best it is corrupt Gaelic. The meaninglessness of the phrase suggests, ****phorically, that the sacrifices have also been meaningless. Eveline's mother has earned nothing but madness.
The stages-of-life structure continues. Eveline is adult, a young woman old enough to get married. Joyce gives us in concise detail the terrible poverty and pressure of her situation. The weight of poverty and family responsibilities bear down on this young woman heavily; her financial situation is far worse than that of the three boy narrators of the previous stories. She is trapped in an ugly situation, responsible for her siblings and the aging father who abuses her.
Paralysis is a common theme in Dubliners, and poor Eveline finds herself unable to move forward. She lacks the courage and strength to make that leap that will free her of her oppressive situation. She's too scared to leave Ireland, and sees her lover as a possible source of danger: "All the seas of the world tumbled about her heart. He [Frank] was drawing her into them: he would drown her" (34). But her paralysis will cost her. Instead of an uncertain but hopeful future, she faces a certain and dismal future that may well repeat her mother's sad life story.


Eveline's mother

She died years ago, but her memory is still vivid for Eveline. She lived a life of small sacrifices, and died a babbling madwoman.


Frank

Eveline's beloved, who has asked to marry her. He has a home in Buenos Ayres, and he wants her to come with him


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ممكن اعرف كيف الاسئله بتيجي بالامتحان عن هادي القصه يعني شو المطلوب يالزبط
وانا كمان نفس السؤال الله يوفقكم اللي يعرف يجاوب !!
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السؤال عن ايفلين \ نكتب عن احداث القصة و تحليل شخصية ايفلين واثبات التحليل وفي سؤال الثاني \ نكتب عن theme حق ايفلين بحدود 100 كلمة اتمنى تفيدكم هذه الاسئلة
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1\ نكتب عن theme حق ايفلين بحدود 100 كلمة

2\ عن تحليل شخصية ايفلين و اثبات التحليل
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يعطيكي العافيه اختي فاطمه يارب وشكراً على الرد والاهتمام ..

طيب بس ممكن عزيزتي تدليني على نص الاجابه على هالشغلات وين بلائيه ؟؟
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قديم 24-11-2010, 05:42 AM   #12
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افتراضي رد: Evrything about Eveline-part 1


اسفة جدا سمحيني ما رديت على سؤالك لان

البنات جزاهم الف خير منزلين قصة ايفلين كاملة عليكي تقرا القصة واكتبي القصة بالاسلوبك هذة اللي انا فهمت جواب لهذة السؤالين الله يوفق الجميع
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قديم 01-12-2010, 11:21 AM   #13
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افتراضي رد: Evrything about Eveline-part 1


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حبيت اسئل ..
القصصة اكتبها باسسلوبي الشخصي...
والاسئلة رآح تكون / تحليل شخصية ايفلين


يعني كذا راح نذاكرها موو.,
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قديم 06-11-2012, 01:07 AM   #14
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افتراضي رد: Evrything about Eveline-part 1


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