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    1. Still they seemed to have been rather happy then. Her father was not so bad then; and besides, her mother was alive.

      There's a direct, uncomplicated style in Eveline. Although it is written in the Third Person, it feels like Joyce is narrating in a way that reflects the thoughts of Eveline. Contrasting this with Araby, I wonder if it's because Eveline is a young woman that Joyce felt the need to write with a certain degree of separation.