I will pay for the following article A Psychoanalytic Deconstruction of James Joyce’s Araby. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Araby, the short story by James Joyce, narrates the life, and some events therein, of a character that is not named throughout the story. The story is written in the first person narrative. hence, we have the sense of the boy telling us about his life and the noteworthy events that happen in it. The protagonist lives on North Richmond Street and is a carefree and playful boy. Although the lives of the people in the neighborhood are not very exciting, the children, the protagonist being one of them, create their own adventures through play. The boy seemingly has fallen in love with his friend’s elder sister with whom he has never spoken. However, one day she asks him if he is going to the Araby bazaar while lamenting the fact that she cannot go even though she wants to. The young boy, in a clear attempt to try and win her over, offers to go to the bazaar himself and get her something from there. On the day he has to go the bazaar, his uncle comes home late, and, as he has to borrow money from his uncle in order to be able to go to the bazaar, in turn, he is late too. The bazaar is all but closed when he gets there and he ends up coming home without having bought anything for the girl. The sense of desolation and disillusionment this event brings with it is left to the reader’s imagination, with the boy only summing it up thus. “Gazing up into the darkness I saw myself as a creature driven and derided by vanity, and my eyes burned with anguish and anger” (Joyce).&nbsp.This story describes the human tendency to expect more from life than what reality has to offer, and the disillusionment that results because of that. Moreover, it offers, in essence, a brief look into the sexual awakening of young boys, as it relates the sexual attraction the protagonist feels for his friend’s elder sister.&nbsp. &nbsp.