Little Chandler in James Joyce's "A Little Cloud" Analytical Essay by eileen

Little Chandler in James Joyce's "A Little Cloud"
Character analysis of Little Chandler in James Joyce's "A Little Cloud".
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Published on Feb 17, 2003 in Literature (European (other))


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This paper discusses the character Little Chandler in James Joyce's "A Little Cloud", analyzing the way he lives a life of delusion and is unable to take responsibility for the choices he has made.

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"Little Chandler refuses to acknowledge the circumstances of his present life. He rarely reflects on his own predicament, while devoting much thought to the life of Gallaher. When he contemplates "what changes [the] last eight years have brought", one expects him to mention the differences in his own life; however, he proceeds to describe the changes in Chandler's life over the years (846). He reveals virtually nothing about his job, making only passing references to his work. Chandler speaks of ?[turning] often from his tiresome writing to gaze out of the office window? (846). He then describes in detail the view from his office window, never explicitly stating what he does for a living."

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