Joyce's Nietzschean Ethics
By: Sam Slote (author)Hardback
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The first book-length treatment of James Joyce's work through the lens of Friedrich Nietzsche's thought, Slote argues that the range of styles Joyce deploys has an ethical dimension. This intersection raises questions of epistemology, aesthetics, and the construction of the 'Modern' and will appeal to literary and philosophy scholars.
Sam Slote is Associate Professor in the School of English at Trinity College, Ireland.
1: 'James Overman': Joyce Reading Nietzsche 2: Ecce Auctor: Self-Creation in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man 3: Aufhebung Baby: Auto-genesis and Alterity in Ulysses 4: Joyce's Multifarious Styles in Ulysses 5: Also Sprach Molly Bloom 6: The Gay Science of Finnegans Wake
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