Joyce and Prose: An Exploration of the Language of Ulysses
Ulysses is discussed in relation to the history of prose, and individual chapters are given syntactic and prosodic examination to illumine their distinctive linguistic design, revealing Joyce's awareness of linguistic devices derived from other languages and eras.
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