Dublin's Joyce

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Columbia University Press, 1956 - Počet stran: 372

One of the most important books ever written on Uylsses, Dublin's Joyce established Hugh Kenner as a significant modernist critic. This pathbreaking analysis presents Uylsses as a "bit of anti-matter that Joyce sent out to eat the world." The author assumes that Joyce wasn't a man with a box of mysteries, but a writer with a subject : his native European metropolis of Dublin. Dublin's Joyce provides the reader with a perspective of Joyce as a superemely important literary figure without considering him to be the revealer of a secret doctrine.

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PROLOGUE Shaking hands with the Corpse I
1
PART ONE Icarus
5
Double Writing
7
The Unquiet Father
19
The Anatomy of Love
27
Dedalus Abolished
36
Dubliners
48
Exiles
69
Baker Street to Eccles Street
158
Homer and Hamlet
179
How to Read Ulysses
198
The Trivium in Dublin
214
The Plan of Ulysses
225
PART THREE The Dream of the West
263
The Stuffed Phoenix
265
Alice in Chapelizod
276

Return to Lyric
95
PART TWO Odysseus
107
The Portrait in Perspective
109
The School of Old Aquinas
134
The Pale of Words
301
EPILOGUE Four Burials
371
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Hugh Kenner is Professor in the Department of English at Johns Hopkins University.

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