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James Joyce the Citizen and the Artist


This book began as a series of intercollegiate lectures given at Bikbeck College, University of London, in 1963, and, although little of the original material remains unchanged, some of the book's general characteristics derive from its origin. The lecture audience consisted for the most part of interested readers rather than specialist; the book is primarily addressed to a similar audience and views and interpretations of interest to the specialist.

Chapter I Dubliners
Chapter II A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Chapter III Ulysses: the form and subordinate structures
Chapter IV Ulysses: techniques and styles
Chapter V Ulysses: the moral vision
Chapter VI 'The traits featuring the chiaroscuro co alesce'

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