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Joyce and the city : the significance of place

Author: Michael H Begnal
Publisher: Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 2002.
Series: Irish studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. edView all editions and formats
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Confronts the notion of urban space in James Joyce's work from different critical points of view: metaphors of space and how they affect the reading of Joyce; the city itself in ""The Dubliners"";  Read more...

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Named Person: James Joyce; James Joyce; James Joyce; James Joyce
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael H Begnal
ISBN: 0815629427 9780815629429
OCLC Number: 925752139
Description: xx, 212 s.
Contents: James Joyce's four-gated city of modernisms / Heyward Ehrlich --
Joyce on location : place names in Joyce's fiction / Martha Fodaski Black --
Gender and interiority / Catherine Whitley --
An uncomfortable fit : Joyce's women in Dublin and Trieste / Deirdre Flynn --
The sense of place in Joyce and Heaney / Christopher Malone --
Dublin boy and man in ¿7FThe sisters" / Stanley Sultan --
A pedagogical note on "the dead" of Dubliners / Vivian Valvano Lynch --
Political memorials in the city of "the dead" / Michael Murphy --
"The dead" : Joyce's epitaph for Dublin / Desmond Harding --
But on the other hand : the language of exile and the exile of language in Ulysses / Ignacio López-Vicuña --
Hosty's ballad in Finnegans wake : the Galway connection / MichaelBegnal --
Tambour, the "revolution of the word," and the parisian reception of Finnegans wake / Mark Morrisson --
Eternest cittas, heil! : a genetic approach / Jean-Michel Rabat.
Series Title: Irish studies.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Begnal.

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