First, let’s start analyzing the conflict in James Joyce’s Araby.As mentioned, it’s a short story narrated by an adult talking about how he was suddenly introduced to the adulthood and how it was different from his expectations.To sum up, since the characters are the most important element, characterization techniques play an essential role in creating a better understanding of a story.Besides that, different kinds of techniques can be used to characterize in one story.It sounds like feels miserable whenever he remembers the story.It’s obvious to the reader that the protagonist at the beginning of the story was a mean child who couldn’t think of anyone but himself through his words and actions.Therefore, the protagonist here was characterized by things he had done, said and thought about.
It’s undeniable that that moment of epiphany had a great impact on the narrator. Of course, the narrator’s character at the beginning of the story wasn’t the same at the end of it.
Citation: Hamadi, Tahir: De Angelis Angelica, an Introduction to the Short Story.
"Miss Brill" - Characterization We live in a real world where real people communicate and interact with one another.
It happened, but his brother was handicapped and couldn’t move.
Since he used to think of his brother as a burden, he decided to help him move and act normally, not because of his love to him, but because of his pride “whose slave he was”, but the poor brother could not bear with it.