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eBook James Joyce (Palgrave Modern Novelists Series) epub
  • ISBN: 0333413644
  • Author: Richard Brown
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Red Globe Press; 1992 edition (February 27, 1992)
  • Pages: 152 pages
  • ePUB size: 1846 kb
  • FB2 size 1327 kb
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book by Richard Brown.

book by Richard Brown. Factual and provocative, with a chapter on each of Joyce's major works including Finnegan's Wake, the study combines detailed reading of the texts with sketches of some of the most important issues raised about them in over 50 years of intense critical and academic debate.

Author(s): Richard Brown. Palgrave Modern Novelists Series

Author(s): Richard Brown. Publisher: Red Globe Press. Pages: 172. Series: Palgrave Modern Novelists Series.

Factual and provocative, with a chapter on each of Joyce's major works including Finnegan's Wake, the study combines detailed reading of the texts with sketches of some of the most important issues raised about them in over 50 years of intense critical and academic debate. Format Paperback 152 pages.

Palgrave Modern Novelists Series. this excellent series will prove of great benefit to both sixth-formers and undergraduates

Palgrave Modern Novelists Series. this excellent series will prove of great benefit to both sixth-formers and undergraduates. The series will be intelligent, scholarly and of great help in providing an introduction for those approaching the writer's work for the first time and an awareness of the writer's total oeuvre for those only partially familiar with i. Bernard O'Keefe, Times Educational Supplement. Contact a sales rep Download series list. All Books In this Series.

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Richard Brown's study of sources, politics, biography and aesthetics may be the most versatile, erudite, well-tempered and theoretically self-aware short study of Joyce yet published. Times Literary Supplement. The critical assumption that Joyce remained aloof and disengaged from the intellectual and social concerns of his time is challenged by exploring his responses to the sexual and feminist ideologies of the period.

This new critical account by a well-known writer on Joyce's work is designed as a basic introduction for students at all levels. Factual and provocative, with a chapter on each of Joyce's major works including Finnegan's Wake, the study combines detailed reading of the texts with sketches of some of the most important issues raised about them in over 50 years of intense critical and academic debate.
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