This introductory chapter discusses “A Painful Case”, which was written by James Joyce and is a deceptively simple story of disappointed love. It states that this book is more focused on how and why Joyce's story takes its immemorial shape and that it attempts to peer into the Joycean well from which it is drawn. It also discusses Joyce as a writer and looks at the different features of “A Painful Case.”
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