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Joyce's audiences

Author: John Nash
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
études diverses
Named Person: James Joyce; James Joyce; James Joyce; James Joyce; James Joyce
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Nash
ISBN: 9042011130 9789042011137
OCLC Number: 237722803
Description: 225 Seiten.
Contents: "Short cuts to culture" : censorship and modernism; or, Learning to read Ulysses / Barbara Leckie --
Modernism and "the Plain Reader's rights" : Duff-riding Graves re-reading Joyce / Jean-Michel Rabaté --
Reading Ellmann reading Joyce / John McCourt --
The audiences for Joyce's autobiographies / Roy Gottfried --
A meeting in the Western canon : Borges's conversation with Joyce / Beatriz Vegh --
Joyce on the Eastern edge : globalization, localization and Joyce studies in Taiwan / Yu-chen Lin --
"America is frankly contemptuous" : James Joyce's Work in progress for the United States / Craig Monk --
"A constant labor" : Work in progress and the specialization of reading / John Nash --
Joyce reading himself and others / Ingeborg Landuyt --
Protocols of reading Ulysses / Brian G. Caraher --
Feminist audiences for Joyce / Catherine Driscoll --
The fidelity of theory : James Joyce and the rhetoric of belatedness / Joe Booker.
Responsibility: ed. by John Nash.

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"...Joyce's Audiences consists of well-written and provocative essays..." in: The European Legacy, Vol. 10, 2005

 
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