James Joyce and Modernism: Beyond Dublin (Studies in Irish Literature v. 2)
By: Morton P. Levitt (author), Morris Beja (preface_author)Hardback
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A hero of our time - Leopold Bloom and the Myth of Ulysses; Joyce, Kazantzakis and the modernist mythopoesis; Shalt be accurst? the martyr in James Joyce the humanity of Bloom, the Jewishness of Joyce; Ulissean readings - some warnings for the critic; Joyce and Fuentes -not influence but aura; Harry Levin, James Joyce and the modernist age; the radical consistency of point of view in Ulysses - a traditional reading; the new Midrash - Finnegans Wake; Joyce and Vuillard - the music of painting; Cezanne is to Diebenkorn as Joyce is to Joyce - realizing the modernist imagination; beyond Dublin - Joyce and modernism.
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