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James Joyce's Dubliners; a critical handbook.

Author: James R Baker; Thomas F Staley
Publisher: Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth Pub. Co. [1969]
Series: Wadsworth guides to literary study.
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Named Person: James Joyce
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James R Baker; Thomas F Staley
OCLC Number: 22977
Description: vii, 188 pages 22 cm.
Contents: Part 1: The author's theories and the short-story genre --
James Joyce, Drama and life --
James Joyce, The ddramatic forom --
James Joyce, epiphany --
Theodore Spencer, A succession of Epiphanies --
james Joyce, three letters to Grant Richards --
Marvin Magalaner and richard M. Kain Dubliners and the short story --
Part 2: The structure and unity of Dubliners --
S.L. Goldberg, Virtues and limitations --
Brewster Ghiselin, The Unity of Dubliners --
James R. Baker, Ibsen, Joyce and the living-dead --
Gerhard Friedrich, The perspective of Joyce's Dubliners --
part 3: Critical analysis of the stories --
Thomas E. Connolly, Joyce's :The Sisters" --
Julian B. Kaye, The wings of Daedalus --
Cleanth Brooks, Jr., and Robert Penn Warren, The Chalice bearer --
Martin Dolch, "Eveline' --
Robert M. Adams, A study in weakness and hjmiliation --
William T. Noon, S.J., Epiphany in "Two gallants" --
William York Tindall, "The boarding house" --
James Ruoff, "A little cloud": Joyce's portrait of the wold-be artist --
John V. Hagopian, Charactere and structure in "Counter parts" --
Marvin Magalaner and Richard M. Kain, Virgin and Witch. John William COrrington, Isloation as motif in "A Painful case" --
WIlliam York Tindall, A portrait of a lady --
Carl Niemeyer, "Grace" and Joyce's Method of parody --
Lionel Trilling, characterization in "the dead" --
Jack Barry Ludwig, The Snow --
Appendices --
A. Walton Litz, Chronology --
Suggestions for study --
Bibliography of criticism on Dubliners.
Series Title: Wadsworth guides to literary study.
Responsibility: Edited by James R. Baker and Thomas F. Staley.

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