|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-214) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| 1. Joyce and the Irish literary revival -- 2. Ulysses, narrative and history -- 3. 'Talking about injustice' : parody, satire and invective in Ulysses -- 4. Joyce's representation of political violence -- 5. 'Poor little brittle magic nation' : Finnegans wake as a post-colonial novel -- 6. Joyce, women and nationalism.
|| The book asks how the Joyce we read now has been constituted by modernism and how modernism itself has been in part constituted by its appropriation of Joyce. Equally, it asks us to reconsider the avowed hostility of Joyce's writings to Irish nationalism and the new bearings of his work revealed by post-structuralist and feminist theory.
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