James Joyce and the Question of History
This study of James Joyce's fiction as a response to Irish and European history is one of the first full applications of the new historicism to Joyce. James Fairhall examines the effects of colonialism, nationalism and World War I on Joyce's work; and explores significant absences in his treatment of women, the lower classes and the Irish countryside. He maintains that Joy...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published February 19th 1996 by Cambridge University Press
(first published September 24th 1993)
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