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Our Joyce From Outcast to Icon

Author: Joseph Kelly
Publisher: Austin, TX University of Texas Press 2010
Series: Literary Modernism
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book explores an amazing transformation of a literary reputation, offering a frank look into how and for whose benefit literary reputations are constructed.


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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Kelly
ISBN: 9780292799660 0292799667 9780292723764 0292723768
OCLC Number: 1025309014
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (302 Seiten)
Contents: AcknowledgmentsList of AbbreviationsIntroductionOne. Joyce the PropagandistJoyce's First ReadersPolitics and the Literary Industry in IrelandThe Irish Homestead and the Rural Middle ClassJoyce's PoliticsClass Conflict in DublinersThe Socialist AlternativeJoyce the RealistTwo. The Egoist's JoycePound's Half-ThousandEliot's GeniusesJoyce the EgoistThe Modern ClassicThree. Ernst's JoyceThe Erotic JoyceThe Second Round: A Test of Beach's UlyssesMorris Ernst and the Obscenity LawsClass ConflictThe Third RoundThe PreparationThe Modern Classic and the Secretary of the TreasuryThe BriefsUlysses in School"The Salutary Forward March"Four. Ellmann's JoyceStanislaus Joyce v. the CriticsMason and EllmannMason's Objections to James JoyceConjecture: Theory and PracticeThe Gay BetrayersEllmann's James JoyceCanonization and DissentRevisionist Views of JoyceFive. Our JoyceCriticism, Inc.The "Scholarly Critic" of Modern Fiction StudiesTransition: New York's JoyceThe James Joyce QuarterlyThe Joyce IndustryThe International James Joyce SymposiaThe Critical EditionsConclusion: The Trouble with GeniusNotesBibliographyIndex
Series Title: Literary Modernism


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"This study of Joyce's literary reputation is extremely interesting and provocative... Joseph Kelly wants us to rethink entirely our notion of who 'James Joyce' is." Morris Beja, Editor, James Joyce Read more...

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