The object of this paper is to study one of the ways in which the vital
slogan of young Stephen -silence, exile, and cunning- is transferred to the
language in the first two chapters of J.Joyce's A Portrait. In these chapters,
the inner struggles of a young man uprooted from his natural environment is
expressed through certain linguistic and situational contrasts.
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