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Our Joyce : from outcast to icon

Author: Joseph Kelly
Publisher: Austin, Tex. : University of Texas Press, 1998.
Series: Literary modernism series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In the beginning of his literary career, James Joyce was an Irishman writing to protest the deplorable, volatile conditions of his native country. Today, he is an icon revered as a literary genius within the academic cottage industry known as "Joyce studies." Our Joyce explores his amazing transformation of a literary reputation, offering an unusually frank look into how and for whose benefit literary reputations  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Kelly, Joseph, 1962-
Our Joyce.
Austin, Tex. : University of Texas Press, 1998
(OCoLC)605343878
Named Person: James Joyce; James Joyce; James Joyce; James Joyce; Joyce, James <1882-1941> - Critique et interprétation - Histoire.; James Joyce
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Kelly
ISBN: 0292743319 9780292743311
OCLC Number: 36499127
Description: x, 287 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Joyce the propagandist. Joyce's first readers --
Politics and the literary industry in Ireland --
Irish homestead and the rural middle class --
Joyce's politics --
Class conflict in dubliners --
Socialist alternative --
Joyce the realist --
2. Egoist's Joyce. Pound's half-thousand --
Eliot's geniuses --
Joyce the egoist --
Modern classic --
3. Ernst's Joyce. Erotic Joyce --
Second round: a test of Beach's Ulysses --
Morris Ernst and the obscenity laws --
Class conflict --
Third round --
Preparation --
Modern classic and Secretary of the Treasury --
Ulysses in school --
"The salutary forward march" --
4. Ellmann's Joyce. Stanislaus Joyce v. the Critics --
Mason and Ellmann --
Mason's objections to James Joyce --
Conjecture: theory and practice --
Gay betrayers --
Ellmann's James Joyce --
Canonization and dissent --
Revisionist views of Joyce --
5. Our Joyce. Criticism, Inc. --
"Scholarly Critic" of Modern Fiction Studies --
Transition: New York's Joyce --
James Joyce Quarterly --
Joyce Industry --
International James Joyce Symposia --
Critical editions --
Conclusion: The trouble with genius. 1. Joyce the Propagandist. Joyce's First Readers. Politics and the Literary Industry in Ireland. The Irish Homestead and the Rural Middle Class. Joyce's Politics. Class Conflict in Dubliners. The Socialist Alternative. Joyce the Realist --
2. The Egoist's Joyce. Pound's Half-Thousand. Eliot's Geniuses. Joyce the Egoist. The Modern Classic --
3. Ernst's Joyce. THe Erotic Joyce. The Second Round: A Test of Beach's Ulysses. Morris Ernst and the Obscenity Laws. Class Conflict. The Third Round. The Preparation. The Modern Classic and Secretary of the Treasury. The Briefs. Ulysses in School. "The Salutary Forward March" --
4. Ellmann's Joyce. Stanislaus Joyce v. the Critics. Mason and Ellmann. Mason's Objections to James Joyce.
Series Title: Literary modernism series.
Responsibility: by Joseph Kelly.
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Explores the transformation of James Joyce's literary reputation from an Irish writer speaking to the Dublin middle classes to a literary genius, concentrating on five defining moments in its  Read more...

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