Joyce and the City: The Significance of Space (Irish Studies)
By: Michael Begnal (editor)Hardback
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The essays in this collection confront the notion of urban space in the writings of James Joyce from several different critical points of view: metaphors of space and how they affect the reading of Joyce; the city itself in "The Dubliners"; and the connection between space and language and subject matter in "Ulysses" and "Finnegan's Wake".
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