James Joyce

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Oxford University Press, 1959 - Literary Criticism - 842 pages
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The fresh material deals with most aspects of Joyce's life: his writings and his attitude towards them, his experiences of love and desire, his domestic travails, his political views.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

At the crossroads between the past and the present, but central to the intellectual temper of our time, James Joyce stands with Mann, Eliot, Yeats, Bergson and Proust. He deserves a definitive and ... Read full review

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User Review  - jensenmk82 - LibraryThing

An essential work, but much overrated. Ellmann is not entirely reliable on important points, due to a curiously persistent obtuseness toward and misunderstanding of Joyce's sense of his own mission. Read full review


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