This point is conveyed further by the aunt and uncle's lack of enthusiasm concerning the boys" trip to Araby. ... The falling action of the story occurs when the boy begins his trip to Araby. ... The train to Araby is deserted and thus sets up his initial feelings of contempt for his own loneliness When the young character eventually arrives at Araby, a certain chain of events unfold allowing the young boy to see the vanity of his ways. As the boy arrives at Araby, he finds that it is deserted. To him, the ideas of what Araby was supposed to be and what Araby actually is are conflicti...
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