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James Joyce and Nationalism

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The writings of James Joyce are usually defined by his critics as being against Irish separatist nationalism, and his ambivalence towards Ireland is often remarked upon. The notion of a metropolitan and a provincial Joyce has consistently been put forward as the reason for this apparent contradiction in his writing. But has Joyce been misread as the spokesperson for the me ...more
Hardcover, 236 pages
Published November 10th 1994 by Routledge (first published October 11th 1994)
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Nolan examines Joyce's major works in an attempt to provide a clear idea of Joyce's views on nationalism as communicated through these texts. (Ie. not to say what Joyce himself thought but what the texts suggest).

Not entirely sure on the purpose of the final chapter.
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