Joyce And Prose

Author by : John Porter Houston
Language : en
Publisher by : Bucknell University Press
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Description : Ulysses is discussed in relation to the history of prose, and individual chapters are given syntactic and prosodic examination to illumine their distinctive linguistic design, revealing Joyce's awareness of linguistic devices derived from other languages and eras.


James Joyce 1928 1941

Author by : Robert H. Deming
Language : en
Publisher by : Psychology Press
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Description : This set comprises 40 volumes covering nineteenth and twentieth century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes. This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.


James Joyce Volume 2 1928 41

Author by : Robert Deming
Language : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This set comprises 40 volumes covering nineteenth and twentieth century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes. This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.


Joyce And The Anglo Irish

Author by : Len Platt
Language : en
Publisher by : Rodopi
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Description : Joyce and the Anglo-Irish is a controversial new reading of the pre-Wake fictions. Joining ranks with a number of recent studies that insist on the importance of historical contexts for understanding James Joyce, Len Platt's account has a particular focus on issues of class and culture. The Joyce that emerges from this radical reappraisal is a Catholic writer who assaults the Protestant makers of Ireland's traditional literary landscape. Far from being indifferent to the Irish Literary Revival, the James Joyce of Platt's book attacks and ridicules these revivalist writers and intellectuals who were claiming to construct the Irisih nation. Examining the aesthetics and politics of revivalist culture, Len Platt's research produces a James Joyce who makes a crucial intervention in the cultural politics of nationalism. The Joyce enterprise thus becomes centrally concerned both with a disposal of the essentialist culture produced by the tradition of Samuel Ferguson, Standish O'Grady and W.B. Yeats, and a redefining of the 'uncreated conscience' of the race.


Violence Narrative And Myth In Joyce And Yeats

Author by : Tudor Balinisteanu
Language : en
Publisher by : Palgrave Macmillan
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Description : Arguing that art is a form of social praxis, this book examines the capitalist ethos of serial reproduction of objects as one that also produces individuals as serial types. Art as praxis makes possible the reconstruction of one's identity and material environment as irreproducible, unique, and original art texts. Art becomes the tool of a creative process that has both material and spiritual dimensions. In recreating the self and the world as aesthetically unique, original and irreproducible, art challenges the capitalist ethos of reproduction that leads to routine, dissatisfaction and alienation.This theory is rooted in the anarchist intellectual tradition, especially Georges Sorel's conceptualisation of the relations between art, violence and social myth, in which workers are regarded as artisans, artists and activists. Balinisteanu illustrates this through analyses of the ways in which James Joyce and W. B. Yeats, along with key modernist writers and philosophers, facilitated the reconstruction of the social self and social-material reality in a process where political action also became an action of aesthetic creation.


Joyce And The Joyceans

Author by : Morton P. Levitt
Language : en
Publisher by : Syracuse University Press
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Description : This volume covers a variety of subjects and approaches by some of the major figures of Joyce criticism and scholarship, as well as new and upcoming Joyceans. Its scope is among the very broadest of such collections and the most up-to-date. Unique to this book is a series of personal essays describing some pivotal events in the international study of Joyce, including the beginnings of the Joyce Foundation and Symposia. Contributors include: Fritz Senn, Thomas F. Staley, Morris Beja, Ira B. Nadel, Michael Groden, Jean-Michel Rabate, William S. Brockman, R. Brandon Kershner, Peter A. Maguire, Patrick J Ledden, Jason Howard Mezey, John Gordon, Michael Patrick Gillespie, Richard Beckman, Corinna del Greco Lobner, Michael Gooch, Morton P. Levitt


James Joyce A Critical Guide

Author by : Lee Spinks
Language : en
Publisher by : Edinburgh University Press
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Description : James Joyce: A Critical Guide presents a full and comprehensive account of the major writing of the great modernist novelist James Joyce. Ranging right across Joyce's literary corpus from his earliest artistic beginnings to his mature prose masterpieces Ulysses and Finnegans Wake, the book provides detailed textual analysis of each of his major works. It also provides an extended discussion of the biographical, historical, political and social contexts that inform Joyce's writing and a wide-ranging discussion of the multiple strands of Joyce criticism that have established themselves over the last eighty years. The book's combination of sustained close reading of individual texts and critical breadth makes it an ideal companion for both undergraduate students and the wider community of Joyce's readers.


Structure And Theme Don Quixote To James Joyce

Author by : Margaret Church
Language : en
Publisher by : Ohio State University Press
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James Joyce

Author by : Andrew Gibson
Language : en
Publisher by : Reaktion Books
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Description : From Ulysses to Finnegans Wake, James Joyce’s writings rank among the most intimidating works of literature. Unfortunately, many of the books that purport to explain Joyce are equally difficult. The Critical Lives series comes to the rescue with this concise yet deep examination of Joyce’s life and literary accomplishments, an examination that centers on Joyce’s mythical and actual Ireland as the true nucleus of his work. Andrew Gibson argues here that the most important elements in Joyce’s novels are historically material and specific to Ireland—not, as is assumed, broadly modernist. Taking Joyce “local,” Gibson highlights the historical and political traditions within Joyce’s family and upbringing and then makes the case that Ireland must play a primary role in the study of Joyce. The fall of Charles Stewart Parnell, the collapse of political hope after the Irish nationalist upheavals, the early twentieth-century shift by Irish public activists from political to cultural concerns—all are crucial to Joyce’s literary evolution. Even the author’s move to mainland Europe, asserts Gibson, was actually the continuation of a centuries-old Irish legacy of emigration rather than an abandonment of his native land. In the thousands, perhaps millions, of words written about Joyce, Ireland often takes a back seat to his formal experimentalism and the modernist project as a whole. Yet here Gibson challenges this conventional portrait of Joyce, demonstrating that the tightest focus—Joyce as an Irishman—yields the clearest picture.


Joyce And The Science Of Rhythm

Author by : W. Martin
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book situates Joyce's critical writings within the context of an emerging discourse on the psychology of rhythm, suggesting that A Portrait of the Artist dramatizes the experience of rhythm as the subject matter of the modernist novel. Including comparative analyses of the lyrical prose of Virginia Woolf and the 'cadences' of the Imagists, Martin outlines a new concept of the 'modern period' that describes the interaction between poetry and prose in the literature of the early twentieth century.