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Giacomo Joyce.

Author: James Joyce; Richard Ellmann
Publisher: New York, Viking Press [1968]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Giacomo Joyce is a short story written by James Joyce in 1914, and published posthumously, about the frustrated desire of a teacher - James Joyce himself - for one of his female students. The writing is a compilation of fragments of prose and poetry in which the influences of the East on Trieste's setting and the erotic desire for the female protagonist are omnipresent. A wonderfully rich style both obscures the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fine bindings
Named Person: Richard Ellmann
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Joyce; Richard Ellmann
OCLC Number: 712632
Notes: "This first edition [a line-for-line transcription in type of the authors' notebook] ... with four full-scale facsimile pages from the manuscript and reduced reproductions of the other pages ... is limited to one printing for world distribution and the text will not be reprinted in this form."
Description: 16, xxvii pages 23 cm
Responsibility: With an introd. and notes by Richard Ellmann.

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Giacomo Joyce is a short story written by James Joyce in 1914, and published posthumously, about the frustrated desire of a teacher - James Joyce himself - for one of his female students. The writing is a compilation of fragments of prose and poetry in which the influences of the East on Trieste's setting and the erotic desire for the female protagonist are omnipresent. A wonderfully rich style both obscures the meaning of the text as well as opens it up for wide interpretation. Great writing, but for some maybe a little enigmatic.

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