Joyce's "Ulysses" for Everyone: Plotting the Narrative (Irish Research Series 67)
By: John J. L. Mood (author)Paperback
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Dr. Mood's study returns Joyce's masterwork to the reader (and to accessibility) by a coupling of essential narrative themes that are humorous, sexy and suspenseful developments and a plot cycle that speaks to James Joyce's abiding fascination with femininity, gender, Irish politics and the social relevance of national literature and the world of the novel. Mood re connects Joyce's use of first appearance and first occurrence to its Shakespearean origin and purpose.
John Mood is the author of Rilke on Love and Other Difficulties .
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