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In Dubliners, women are victims really. They're victims of home, of the accepted virtues by society, of classes of existence, of spiritual doctrines, and of women themselves. In this essay, we are going to examine the portrayal of girls in Dubliners in relation to the aforementioned aspects, namely dwelling, the established virtues by culture, courses of life, religious doctrines and girls themselves. The selection above is supplied to make student aware of attention of this essay. The comprehensive essay begins below. "My mind rejects the entire present social order and Christianity -- home, the known virtues, courses of existence, and religious doctrines. My mother was slowly killed, I think, by my dad's ill-treatment, by years of difficulty, and from my cynical frankness of conduct. As soon as I appeared on her face as she lay in her coffin -- a face grey and treated with cancer -- I understood that I was appearing on the surface of a sufferer and I cursed the method which had left her a victim." (Letters, II, 48) At Dubliners, women are victims indeed. They are victims of home, of their recognized virtues by culture, of classes of life, of spiritual doctrines, and of girls. In this essay, we're going to analyze the portrayal of women in Dubliners in relation to the aforementioned elements, namely dwelling, the established virtues by society, classes of life, spiritual doctrines and girls themselves. Women are victims of dwelling. They have been restricted to their houses. They are somehow isolated from the external world. They have small, if not no whatsoever, liberty. Their main roles must be good wives into the menfolk, to be good mothers to their kids, and to take care of their own families well. They are not expected to take care of those affairs out...