James Joyce

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Oxford University Press, Sep 16, 1982 - Poetry - 887 pages
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This definitive work on Joyce's life has been revised and expanded to include the discovery of much primary material - including a new love affair, Boswellian records of his brother's conversations by Stanislaus Joyce, a limerick about Samuel Beckett, a dream notebook, previously unknownletters, and much more.

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User Review  - J. Clayton Rogers - Goodreads

Finally found the opportunity to finish Richard Ellmann's superb and very readable biography of James Joyce. Whatever you might think of Joyce's writing, the man himself was immensely interesting. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Barnaby Thieme - Goodreads

An indispensable companion for any reader of Joyce. Ellmann's gargantuan mastery of Joyce's life and work is set forth in this terrific biography, which contextualizes and explains countless details ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
3
UBJ
11
The Growth of Imagination
292
Copyright

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Ellmann was the Goldsmiths Professor of English Literature at Oxford University.