James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word (Language, Discourse, Society 2nd Revised edition)
By: Colin MacCabe (author)Paperback
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This second edition of Colin MacCabe's James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word reprints a classic critical text on Joyce and adds a wealth of new material which places the text in its political and historical context. The argument links politics and literature, sex and language, to provide an account of Joyce which places him continually in both Irish and European history.
COLIN MACCABE is Distinguished Service Professor of English and Film at the University of Pittsburgh where he has taught since 1985. Since 1998 he is also Professor of English at the University of Exeter.
Acknowledgements Abbreviations New Introduction Theoretical Preliminaries The End of a Meta-Language: From George Eliot to Dubliners The End of the Story: Stephen Hero and A Portrait A Radical Separation of the Elements: The Distanciation of the Reader in Ulysses City of Words; Streets of Dreams: The Voyage of Ulysses A Political Reading of Finnegans Wake Joyce's Politics Joyce and Chomsky The Voice of Esau Joyce and Benjamin Realism: Balzac and Bartes Bibliography Index
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2nd Revised edition
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