James Joyce: an International Perspective

James Joyce: an International Perspective

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Series: Irish Literary Studies, Book 10
Genre: Literary Criticism
Tag: James Joyce: an International Perspective
Publisher: hardback
Publication Year: 1982
Length: 301 pp. 
ISBN: 9780861400843

21.6 x 13.8 cm. xiv, 301 pp. 1982 Irish Literary Studies series (ISSN 0140-895X) volume 10

Published to mark the centenary of Joyce's birth, this collection has a foreword by Richard Ellmann, a message from Samuel Beckett, and essays by Bernard Benstock, Paul & Sylvia Botheroyd, Terence Brown, Suheil Bushrui, Paul van Caspel, Dominic Daniel, Phillip Herring, Declan Kiberd, Augustine Martin, Vivian Mercier, David Norris, John Paul Riquelme, Charles Rossmann, Ann Saddlemyer, Thomas F.Staley and Francis Warner, as well as poems by Suzanne Brown, Suheil Bushrui, John Montague and Gearóid Ó Clérigh, and a chronology. It covers every aspect of Joyce's work, with essays on each of the major works, on his poetry, and studies on various aspects of his life, the influence of Rimbaud, Joyce's connections with the Irish Dramatic Movement, and Joyce in Dublin, as well as essays on Joyce scholarship up to the date of publication.

'All in all, a rewarding compilation, rarely arid, and frequently vivacious.' Sunday Tribune

'an excellent book, one of the most provocative and rewarding in the current centenary-year cornucopia.' Books Ireland'

CONTENTS<br

A Message from Samuel Beckett<br

In Memoriam Sir Desmond Cochrane 1918-1979<br

Foreword: JOYCE AFTER A HUNDRED YEARS. Richard Ellmann<br

Acknowledgements<br

Introduction. Suheil Badi Bushrui and Bernard Benstock<br

JAMES JOYCE - NÓ SÉAMAS SEOIGHE. Gearóid Ó Clérigh<br

DUBLIN OF DUBLINERS. Terence Brown<br

THE READER'S ROLE IN A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN. Charles Rossman<br

EXILES: A MORAL STATEMENT. Dominic Daniel<br

ON THE NATURE OF EVIDENCE IN ULYSSES. Bernard Benstock<br

JOHN EGLINTON AS SOCRATES: A STUDY OF `SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS'. Vivian Mercier<br

TWISTS OF THE TELLER'S TALE: FINNEGANS WAKE. John Paul Riquelme<br

THE POETRY OF JAMES JOYCE. FRANCIS WARNER<br

JAMES JOYCE. John Montague<br

A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS: JAMES JOYCE, A CENTENARY TRIBUTE. David Norris<br

SIN AND SECRECY IN JOYCE'S FICTION. Augustine Martin<br

THE VULGARITY OF HEROICS: JOYCE'S ULYSSES. Declan Kiberd<br

NIGHT FOX: FOR JAMES JOYCE. Suzanne Brown<br

JOYCE AND RIMBAUD. AN INTRODUCTORY ESSAY. Phillip Herring<br

JAMES JOYCE AND THE IRISH DRAMATIC MOVEMENT. Ann Saddlemyer<br

THE WANDERS: FOR JAMES JOYCE. Suheil Bushrui<br

JOYCE STUDIES IN THE NETHERLANDS. Paul van Caspel<br

JOYCE IN GERMANY AND SWITZERLAND. Paul and Sylvia Botheroyd<br

JOYCE IN THE ARAB WORLD. Suheil Bushrui<br

FOLLOWING ARIADNE'S STRING: TRACING JOYCE SCHOLARSHIP<br

INTO THE EIGHTIES. Thomas F.Staley<br
CHRONOLOGY. Suheil Bushrui<br

Notes on Contributors<br

Index

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