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Parallaxes : Virginia Woolf meets James Joyce

Author: Marco Canani; Sara Sullam
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. ©2014
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Borrowed from optics, the concept of parallax identifies the apparently relative position of objects according to the lines of sight determined by the viewer's standpoint. This concept proves particularly useful in opening new insights into the work of two major authors of Modernist literature: although coincidentally born and deceased in the same years (1882-1941), James Joyce and Virginia Woolf are seldom the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Parallaxes.
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014
(OCoLC)871508267
Named Person: Virginia Woolf; James Joyce; James Joyce; Virginia Woolf
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marco Canani; Sara Sullam
ISBN: 9781443859271 1443859273 1306636949 9781306636940
OCLC Number: 878678867
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 206 pages)
Contents: Tracking a reader: what did Virginia Woolf really think of Ulysses? / James A.W. Heffernan --
A mediated plunge: from Joyce to Woolf through Richardson and Sinclair / Daniel Ferrer --
Ulysses' (C)rib: Joyce, Woolf, Wyndham Lewis / Flora de Giovanni --
Mapping the holy ground: the expansion of Irish Joyce reception in the nineteen sixties / John McCourt --
John Huston's intersemiotic translation of "The Dead": between sign and symbol / Marco Canani --
Spreading the Joy(ce): initial reflections on how Joyce & Co. should/might/could be communicated in a post-academic space / Laura Pelaschiar --
Stalking the subject, facing the animal: Virginia Woolf and the "anomalous" narrator / Rossana Bonadei --
Between naturalism and modernism: Virginia Woolf's literary impressionism / Ann Banfield --
Joyce's internal translations / Fritz Senn --
Modernist sex-change on paper: gender markers in Joyce's "Circe" and Woolf's Orlando / Oriana Palusci --
Translating Ulysses: how and why? / Enrico Terrinoni --
The translation of Joyce's poetry in post-war Italy / Sara Sullam.
Responsibility: edited by Marco Canani and Sara Sullam.

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Borrowed from optics, the concept of parallax identifies the apparently relative position of objects according to the lines of sight determined by the viewer's standpoint. This concept proves particularly useful in opening new insights into the work of two major authors of Modernist literature: although coincidentally born and deceased in the same years (1882-1941), James Joyce and Virginia Woolf are seldom the object of a joint outlook. Such a watertight separation is witnessed by the scarcity of scholarly work concerned with the relationship between two authors who, on the other hand, often feature together in studies and anthologies on Modernism. Parallaxes fills this void by tackling the many implications of Woolf and Joyce's difficult--if not failed--encounter, and provides new perspectives on the connections between their respective work. The essays in this volume investigate the works of the two writers--seven decades after their death--from a variety of angles, both singularly and jointly, stimulating dialogue between scholars in both Woolf and Joyce studies.

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