How to Study James Joyce

General criticism of Joyce Bolt, Sydney, A Preface to James Joyce (Longman,
1981). (Although its title suggests an introductory study, this is a scholarly and
stimulating approach to Joyce.) Brandabur, Edward, A Scrupulous Meanness: A
Study ...

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Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1349131830

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A Study Guide for James Joyce s Eveline

Further. Reading. Ellman, Richard, James Joyce, Oxford University Press, 1983.
Originally published in 1959, ... This thorough collection of analytical essays is
helpful for further study on Dubliners. Joyce, James, James Joyce's "Dubliners":
An ...

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning

Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1410345416

Category: Literary Criticism

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James Joyce

Author: Harold Bloom

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Category: Ireland

Page: 119

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James Joyce

The Study of Languages is one of James Joyce's first essays and an early indication of his lifelong interest in philology, the focus of this volume of essays. The collection investigates three aspects of Joycean linguistics.

Author: Dirk van Hulle

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 168

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The Study of Languages is one of James Joyce's first essays and an early indication of his lifelong interest in philology, the focus of this volume of essays. The collection investigates three aspects of Joycean linguistics. The first set of essays studies the language of Joyce's later writings. In the second part, Joyce's own linguistic investigations are retraced. The third part examines the historical context of 'popular philology'. This volume sheds light on the relationship between Joyce's later writings and his reading of studies by linguists such as Richard Paget, Charles Kay Ogden, Ivor Armstrong Richards, Fritz Mauthner, Otto Jespersen, Richard Chenevix Trench and Max Müller. Based on notebook research and textual genetics, these essays show how important the study of languages was to Joyce and how it played a crucial role in the development of his writings as it contributed and gave shape to the languages of Ulysses and Finnegans Wake.

James Joyce s Ulysses

Author: Stuart Gilbert

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Page: 364

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A Study Guide for James Joyce s The Sisters

Bradbury, Malcolm, and James McFarlane, Modernism: A Guide to European
Literature 1890–1930, Penguin, 1978. Bulson, Eric, “Joyce the Modernist,” in The
Cambridge Introduction to James Joyce, Cambridge University Press, 2006, pp.

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning

Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1410358097

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 25

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A Study Guide for James Joyce's "The Sisters," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.

A Study Guide for James Joyce s James Joyce s Ulysses

Connolly, Cyril, "Joyce Remembered," in New Statesman, Vol. 128, No. 4464,
November 29, 1999, p. 55. Delaney, Frank, James Joyce's Odyssey: A Guide to
the Dublin of "Ulysses," Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1981, pp. 9, 10, 18, 21, 89,
166, ...

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning

Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1410350002

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 29

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A Study Guide for James Joyce's "James Joyce's Ulysses," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.

A Study Guide for James Joyce s Araby

Where Stone holds that “Araby” must be seen in light of Joyce's other writing,
apRoberts insists that it is selfcontained. Brown, Homer Obed. James Joyce's
Early Fiction, Archon, 1975. A study of the methods of Joyce's early fiction (
primarily ...

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning

Publisher: Gale Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1410340252

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 17

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A Study Guide for James Joyce's "Araby," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.

James Joyce in Context

A collection of new essays covering Joyce's life, times and cultural contexts.

Author: John McCourt

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521886627

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 414

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A collection of new essays covering Joyce's life, times and cultural contexts.

James Joyce Developing Irish Identity

A Study of the Development of Postcolonial Irish Identity in the Novels of James
Joyce Thomas Halloran. Preface We cannot help making the attempt to come to
the end of a reading, to reach a stable point where it all makes coherent sense, ...

Author: Thomas Halloran

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 3838255712

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 168

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"James Joyce: Developing Irish Identity" follows the increasing focus on Irish identity in Joyce's major works of prose. This book traces the development of the idea of Ireland, the concept of Irishness, the formation of a national identity and the need to deconstruct a nationalistic self-conception of nation in Joyce's work. Through close reading of "Dubliners", "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man", "Stephen Hero" and "Ulysses", Joyce articulates the problems that colonialism poses to a nation-state that cannot create its identity autonomously. Furthermore, this reading uncovers Joyce's conception of national identity as increasingly sophisticated and complicated after Irish independence was won. From here, Halloran argues that Joyce presents his readers with ideas and suggestions for the future of Ireland. As Irish studies become increasingly imbricated with postcolonial discourse, the need for re-examination of classic texts becomes necessary."James Joyce: Developing Irish Identity" provides a new approach for understanding the dramatic development of Joyce's oeuvre by providing a textual analysis guided by postcolonial theory.

James Joyce Science and Modernist Print Culture

Study,” JamesJoyce Quarterly47.1 (2009): 25–49; M.Keith Booker, “Joyce, Planck
, Einstein,and Heisenberg:A Relativistic QuantumMechanical Discussion,” James
Joyce Quarterly 27.3 (1990): 577–86; JosephA. Buttigieg, “The Struggle ...

Author: Jeffrey S. Drouin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317541499

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 166

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This book makes an important intervention in the ongoing debates about modernism, science, and the divisions of early Twentieth-Century print culture. In order to establish Joyce's place in the nexus of modernism and scientific thought, Drouin uses the methods of periodical studies and textual criticism to examine the impact of Einstein's relativity theories on the development of Ulysses (1922) and Finnegans Wake (1939). Looking at experiments with space, time, motion, and perspective, it rigorously surveys discourse of science and the novel in the print culture networks connected to Joyce, with concrete analysis of avant-garde magazines, newspapers, popular science books, BBC pamphlets, and radio broadcasts between 1914 and 1939. These sources elucidate changes that Joyce made to the manuscripts, typescripts, and page proofs of certain episodes of his final two novels. The new evidence establishes for the first time the nature of the material link between Joyce and non-technical science, and the manner in which Ulysses and Finnegans Wake owe their structure and meaning to the humanistic issues associated with science during the wartime and inter-war years. In examining the relationships between Joyce's later work and the popular science industry, the book elucidates the often conflicting attitudes toward science in inter-war British print culture, filling in a piece of the puzzle that is modernism's relationship to the new physics and, simultaneously, the history of the novel.

James Joyce and the Burden of Disease

By gathering, preserving, and publishing so much information for his monumental
study, James Joyce, he performed an invaluable service to future generations of
Joyce scholars. However, just as a titanic writer can dominate an era and ...

Author: Kathleen Ferris

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 0813149827

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 184

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James Joyce's near blindness, his peculiar gait, and his death from perforated ulcers are commonplace knowledge to most of his readers. But until now, most Joyce scholars have not recognized that these symptoms point to a diagnosis of syphilis. Kathleen Ferris traces Joyce's medical history as described in his correspondence, in the diaries of his brother Stanislaus, and in the memoirs of his acquaintances, to show that many of his symptoms match those of tabes dorsalis, a form of neurosyphilis which, untreated, eventually leads to paralysis. Combining literary analysis and medical detection, Ferris builds a convincing case that this dread disease is the subject of much of Joyce's autobiographical writing. Many of this characters, most notably Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom, exhibit the same symptoms as their creator: stiffness of gait, digestive problems, hallucinations, and impaired vision. Ferris also demonstrates that the themes of sin, guilt, and retribution so prevalent in Joyce's works are almost certainly a consequence of his having contracted venereal disease as a young man while frequenting the brothels of Dublin and Paris. By tracing the images, puns, and metaphors in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake, and by demonstrating their relationship to Joyce's experiences, Ferris shows the extent to which, for Joyce, art did indeed mirror life.

Joycean Frames

Employing concepts from film theory, this study explores the "cinematic" qualities of James Joyce's fiction from Dubliners to Finnegans Wake.

Author: Thomas L. Burkdall

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780815339281

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 114

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Employing concepts from film theory, this much-needed study explores in-depth the "cinematic" quality of James Joyce's fiction from Dubliners to Finnegan's Wake.

James Joyce

Author: Sisir Chatterjee

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Category: Narration (Rhetoric)

Page: 108

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James Joyce and the Plain Reader

Several attempts have been made already to explain or appraise Ulysses , the
most expansive study hitherto being that of Stuart Gilbert 1 which , because it was
written under the supervision of Joyce , is of great value . To that work must go ...

Author: Charles Duff

Publisher: Ardent Media

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Category: Ireland

Page: 75

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Help My Unbelief

Leading Joyce scholar argues that Joyce's work can only be fully understood in the context of his unbelief

Author: Geert Lernout

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1441194746

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 239

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Leading Joyce scholar argues that Joyce's work can only be fully understood in the context of his unbelief

New Perspectives on James Joyce

James. Joyce. as. a. case. study1. Rubén Jarazo-Álvarez An increasing number
of developed countries are paying ... Therefore, Ireland deserves a special study
as a landmark in the development of the so-called information society and ...

Author: Olga Fernández Vicente Asier Altuna García de Salazar, M.a Luisa Suárez Castiñeira

Publisher: Universidad de Deusto

ISBN: 8498304849

Category: Literary Criticism

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New Perspectives on James Joyce Ignatius Loyola, make haste to help me! gathers a selection of papers delivered at the 20th Conference of the James Joyce Spanish Society. The book includes studies on relevant issues still raised by Joyce’s work, such as Joyce’s handling of time and memory, Joyce and the Jesuits, Joyce and literary connections, Joyce in translation, new eco-critical readings of Joyce’s work, Joyce in the light of textual linguistics or how to render Joyce more accessible.

James Joyce

... 1982) — with Robert J. Seidman, 'Ulysses' Annotated: Notes for James Joyce's
'Ulysses' (revised edn, Berkeley, CA, 1988) Gilbert, Stuart, James Joyce's '
Ulysses': A Study (London, 1930) Gillespie, Michael, James Joyce's Trieste
Library: A ...

Author: Andrew Gibson

Publisher: Reaktion Books

ISBN: 1861895968

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 192

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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.

The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature

Walzl , F . Patterns of paralysis in Joyce ' s Dubliners : a study of the original
framework . College Eng 22 1961 . See correspondence , F . Friedrich and F .
Walzl , ibid . - Symbolism in Joyce ' s Two gallants . James Joyce Quart 2 1965 .

Author: George Watson

Publisher: CUP Archive

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 19

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More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 4 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.

James Joyce

A review of Stuart Gilbert's James Joyce's Ulysses: A Study and Gogarty's
comments in a letter to the reviewer. The review is of interest because of the
critics' own comments, which have been extracted from the review proper. Mr.
Stuart Gilbert ...

Author: B.C. Southam

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113453986X

Category: Literary Collections

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