What is James Joyce's view on children and nature in his writings?

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In the 'Dubliners' collection of short stories, James Joyce mentions children and childhood a few times. In 'Eveline ' we see the life of a girl whose childhood has suddenly been cut short by the early loss of a mother from an illness with an unpleasant,possibly delirious, end - a shocking and traumatic life event to go...

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