James Joyce A to Z: The Essential Reference to the Life and Work

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Oxford University Press, 1996 - Mathematics - 304 pages
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(series copy) These encyclopedic companions are browsable, invaluable individual guides to authors and their works. Useful for students, but written with the general reader in mind, they are clear, concise, accessible, and supply the basic cultural, historical, biographical and critical information so crucial to an appreciation and enjoyment of the primary works. Each is arranged in an A-Z fashion and presents and explains the terms, people, places, and concepts encountered in the literary worlds of James Joyce, Mark Twain, and Virginia Woolf. As a keen explorer of the mundane material of everyday life, James Joyce ranks high in the canon of modernist writers. He is arguably the most influential writer of the twentieth-century, and may be the most read, studied, and taught of all modern writers. The James Joyce A-Z is the ideal companion to Joyce's life and work. Over 800 concise entries relating to all aspects of Joyce are gathered here in one easy-to-use volume of impressivescope.
  

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Contents

Appendixes
239
Bibliographies
259
Dateline
276

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About the author (1996)


A. Nicholas Fargnoli is Professor of Theology and English at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, New York. He is vice president of the James Joyce Society and founder of the Finnegans Wake Society of New York that meets regularly at the historic Gotham Book Mart in New York City.
Michael Patrick Gillespie is Professor of English at Marquette University. He is the author of Reading the Book Himself: Narrative Strategies in the Works of James Joyce (1989).

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