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James Joyce is by many considered the most influential writer of the 20th century. He is popular among scholars too, for he himself proclaimed that he had "put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries." He was born in Rathgar (Dublin) on 2 February 1882 into a family of modest wealth. He was the eldest son and had numerous siblings, not all of whom survived. In 1888, James was sent to the prestigious Clongowes Wood College, a boarding school run by the Jesuit order. From 1893 on, he went to [read more].


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Balsamo, Gian. Rituals of Literature: Joyce, Dante, Aquinas, and the Tradition of Christian Epics. Lewisburg (Bucknell University Press) 2004.
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Benstock, Bernard (Ed.). The Seventh of Joyce. Bloomington (Indiana University Press) 1982.
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Brivic, Sheldon. Joyce the Creator. Winsconsin (Winsconsin University Press) 1985.
Brivic, Sheldon. Joyce between Freud and Jung. Port Washington (Kennikat) 1980.
Brivic, Sheldon. The Veil of Signs: Joyce, Lacan, and Perception. Urbana (University of Illinois Press) 1991.
Brooker, Joseph. Joyce's Critics: Transitions in Reading and Culture. Madison (University of Wisconsin Press) 2004.
Brooker, M. Keith. Ulysses, Capitalism and Colonialism. Connecticut (Greenwood Press) 2000.
Brown, Donald. "Enjoy(c)ing Cultures," in: Poetics Today 22.3 (Fall 2001), p.671-689.
Brown, Homer O. James Joyce's Early Fiction: The Biography of a Form. Cleveland (The Press of CaseWestern Reserve University) 1973.
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Brown, Richard. "Marilyn Monroe Reading Ulysses: Goddess or Postcultural Cyborg?," in: Joyce and Popular Culture. Ed. R. Brandon Kershner. Gainesville (University of Florida Press) 1996, p.170-179.
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Brown, Richard. "Dante as Refrigerator, Or Dante as an Ambiguous Sign in Joyce's Texts," in: Images of Joyce. Eds. Clive Hart / C.George Sandulescu / Bonnie K. Scott / Fritz Senn, Gerrards Cross (Colin Smythe) 1998, p.188-194.
Brown, Richard. "Observations on the topic of adultery in some modern literature," in: Joyce, Modernity and its Mediation. Eds. Christine van Boheemen / Fritz Senn. Amsterdam (Rodopi) 1989, p.99-111 (= European Joyce Studies 1).
Brown, Richard. "Translation and Self-translation through the Shakespearean Looking-glasses in Joyce's 'Ulysses'," in: Translating Life. Eds. Shirley Chew and Alistair Stead, London (Longmans) 1999, p.339-360.
Brown, Richard. "James Joyce between Ibsen and Bjornson: A Portrait of the Artist and The Fisher Lass," in: Anglo-Scandinavian Cross-Currents. Eds. Inga-Stina Ewbank / Olav Lausund / Bjørn Tysdahl, Norwich (Norvik Press) 1999, p.280-296.
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Brown, Richard. "'The Absent-Minded War': The Boer War in James Joyce's Ulysses." in: Kunapipi: Journal of Post-Colonial Writing 21.3 (1999), p.81-89 (= Special issue on the Boer War edited by Elleke Boehmer).
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Burgess, Anthony. Here Comes Everybody: An Introduction to James Joyce for the Ordinary Reader. London (Faber) 1965.
Burgess, Anthony. Re Joyce. New York (W.W. Norton) 2000.
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Chace, William M. (Ed.). Joyce: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs (Prentice-Hall) 1974.
Cheng, Vincent J. Joyce, Race, and Empire. (Cambridge University Press) 1995.
Cheng, Vincent / Martin, Timothy. Joyce in Context. Cambridge (Cambridge University Press) 1992.
Cheng, Vincent / Devlin, Kimberly / Norris, Margot (Eds.). Joycean Cultures/Culturing Joyces. Newark (University of Delaware Press) 1998.
Connolly, Thomas E. The Personal Library of James Joyce: A Descriptive Bibliography. Buffalo (University of Buffalo Press) 1955.
Cope, Jackson. Joyce's cities: Archaeologies of the Soul. Baltimore (Johns Hopkins University Press) 1981.
Cotter, David. Joyce and the Perverse Ideal. London (Routledge) 2003.
Crivelli, Renzo S. "Joyce and Trieste: From the Joyce Festival to the Trieste Joyce School," in: Joyce Studies Annual 12 (Summer 2001), p.111-123.
Culleton, Claire A. Names and naming in Joyce. Madison (University of Wisconsin Press) 1994.
Culleton, Claire. Joyce and the G-Men: J Edgar Hoover's Manipulation of Modernism. New York (Palgrave Macmillan) 2004.
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Dahl, Liisa. Linguistic Features of the Stream-of-Consciousness Techniques of James Joyce, Virginia Woolfand Eugene O'Neill. Turku (Turun Yliopisto) 1970.
Deane, Seamus. "Joyce and Stephen: the Provincial Intellectual," in: Celtic Revivals: Essays in Modern Irish Literature 1880-1980. London (Faber) 1985, p.75-91.
Deane, Seamus. "Joyce and Nationalism," in: Celtic Revivals: Essays in Modern Irish Literature 1880-1980. London (Faber) 1985, 92-107.
Deming, Robert H. (Ed.). James Joyce: The Critical Heritage. 2 vols. London (Routledge) 1970.
Dettmar, Kevin J.H."The Joyce That Beckett Built," in: JJQ 35.4 (Summer 1998), p.605-619.
Dettmar, Kevin J.H. The Illicit Joyce of Postmodernism: Reading against the Grain. Madison (University of Wisconsin Press) 1996.
Doherty, Gerald. Dubliners' Dozen: the Games Narrators Play. Madison (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press) 2004.
Doyle, Paul A. A Concordance of the Collected Poems of James Joyce. New York (Scarecrow) 1966.
Duff, Charles. James Joyce and the Plain Reader. London (Harmondsworth) 1932.
Dunleavy, Janet Egleson (Ed.). Re-viewing Classics of Joyce Criticism. Urbana (University of Illinois Press) 1991.
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Eco, Umberto. Talking of Joyce. Dublin (UCS Press) 1998.
Eco, Umberto. The Aesthetics of Chaosmos: The Middle Ages of James Joyce. Trans. Ellen Esrock. Cambridge (Harvard University Press) 1989.
Ehrlich, Heyward (Ed.). Light Rays: James Joyce and Modernism. New York (New Horizon) 1984.
Ellmann, Richard. The Consciousness of Joyce. Toronto (Oxford University Press) 1977.
Epstein, Edmund L. A Starchamber Quiry: A James Joyce Centennial Volume, 1882-1982. London (Methuen) 1982.
Erzgraber, Willi. James Joyce: Oral and Written Discourse as Mirrored in Experimental Narrative Art. New York (Peter Lang) 2002.
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Ferris, Kathleen. James Joyce and the Burden of Disease. Lexington (Kentucky University Press) 1995.
Frehner, Ruth / Zeller, Ursula (Eds.) 'A Collideorscape of Joyce': Festschrift for Fritz Senn. Dublin (Lilliput Press) 1998.
Frehner, Ruth / Zeller, Ursula / Vogel, Hannes (Eds.) James Joyce: "Gedacht durch meine Augen"/Through through my eyes. Basel (Schwabe Verlag) 2000.
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Gibson, Andrew. Joyce's Revenge: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in Ulysses. Oxford (Oxford University Press) 2002.
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Gillespie, Michael Patrick. Joyce through the Ages: A Non-linear View. Gainesville (Florida University Press) 2000.
Gillespie, Michael Patrick. European Joyce Studies 11: James Joyce and the Fabrication of an Irish Identity. Amsterdam (Rodopi) 2001.
Gillespie, Michael Patrick. Reading the Book of Himself: Narrative Strategies in the Works of James Joyce. Columbus (Ohio State University Press) 1989.
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Gillespie, Michael Patrick. James Joyce's Trieste Library: A Catalogue. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center) 1986.
Gillespie, Michael Patrick. Inverted Volumes Improperly Arranged: James Joyce and His Trieste Library. Ann Arbor (University of Michigan Research Press) 1980.
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Gordon, John. James Joyce’s Metapmorphoses. Dublin (Gill & Macmillan) 1981.
Gordon, John. Joyce and Reality: The Empirical Strikes Back. Syracuse, NY (Syracuse University Press) 2004.
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