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...lest. This someone was his child. Chandler seemed to be genuinely apologetic for shouting at his son; however, one may assume that Chandler was crying because he was self-centered and pitied himself. His character shifted throughout the story as the reader felt remorseful and sympathetic towards Chandler and near the end may believe he was egocentric. However, it was evident that Chandler recognized his egotistical behaviour, resulting in him feeling shameful. The reader was given an insight of Chandlers shamefulness when Joyce stated that “Little Candler felt his cheeks suffused with shame and he stood back out of the lamplight. He listened while the paroxysm of the child’s sobbing grew less and less; and tears of remorse started to his eyes.”(68). All Chandler wanted was a chance to escape, and believed that by writing a book on poem will allow him to escape.
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