同样，在小牛的情况下，迷失的心理可视化与维克斯犊牛的相似之处相似。它被描述成线条 – “有一道明亮的光芒，猫头鹰正像一对灯笼一样，黄色的眼睛正在坐在门上。他告诉我，牛犊正在另一个病马厩里。“在这里，作者的尝试是说明主角的梦想是他自己心中的方向寻找元素（Stone，1965）。
Similarly, in case of one’s Heifer a mystifying psychological visualization of the lost ones got united with likeness or similarities related to calves of Vickers. It had been depicted in the lines- “There was a bright light suddenly sand the owl was sitting over the door with his yellow eyes like a pair of lanterns. The calves, he told me were in the other stall with the sick colt”. Here, the author’s attempt is to illustrate that the dream of the protagonist is the direction-finding element in his own mind (Stone, 1965).
Vision and Uncertainty
The imaginary worlds of both the narrators in these stories are about the self consciousness and understanding. The direction-finding aspects of the storyline portray the arrival of real world and disappearance of the dream world. Suspense with uncertainty is another aspect which can be identified in both the short stories, especially in case of Sinclair’s One’s a Heifer the minds of readers continuously revolve around the question which is- What is really at the back the stall? In case of Araby, the uncertainty revolves around whether the boy will be able to meet the girl or not (Esterhammer, 1992).
The theme of both the classics represents the age factor which is the transformation of childhood into adolescence. Both Joyce and Ross in their legendary portrayal of literary fiction represent the strange impulses in the adolescent stage but with different plots and situational backgrounds. The alteration of the imaginary world into pragmatic world is profoundly represented in both the short stories with an adventurous setting and nice characterization. The main part is about the realization which at the end flashes in front of the narrators.