Araby is one of the masterpieces, written by the great James Joyce. James Augustine Aloysius Joyce is one of the most high-flying writers who has unparalleled contribution in the field of literature writing. He is very famous as a modernist in literary writing and one of the original writers who had started the revolutionary modernist era in the literary section. The popular anthology of short stories “Dubliners” created by Joyce was of fifteen different exciting short stories. This literary collection was written by Joyce in between the years of 1904 and 1906. “Dubliners” created by James Joyce was published in the year 1904 (Stone, 1965).
Likewise, in the modern era of nineteenth century another legendary figure in the literature section was quite prominent and he was “Sinclair Ross”. Ross’s main focus in his fictions was about the portrayal of way of life in Canada. In the late period of 1930’s, Ross had bestowed his one of the finest piece of creative writings, well-known as “One’s Heifer” and it was published in the year of 1944 (Cassill, 1990).
However, the fact in the form of an imaginative thread of literary writing that connects these two short stories shows some definitive but very minor differences and this analysis can be possible due to the comparison of the viewpoint regarding these two works of art after getting familiar with the perceptive meaning of the stories.