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James Joyce and the Difference of Language

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Laurent Milesi, Fritz Senn, Benoit Tadié, Beryl Schlossman, Diane Elam, Marie-Dominique Garnier, Thomas Docherty, Derek Attridge, Ellen Carol Jones, Patrick McGee, Lucia Boldrini, Sam Slote
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  • Date Published: April 2007
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521036597

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  • This collection of essays offers an original look at Joyce's writing by placing his language at the intersection of various critical perspectives: linguistics, philosophy, feminism, psychoanalysis, postcolonialism and intertextuality. Combining detailed textual analysis and theoretically informed study, an international team of leading scholars explores how Joyce's experiments with language repeatedly challenge our ways of reading. Drawing on current debates in Joyce scholarship, literary studies and critical theory, this volume comprehensively examines the critical diversity of Joyce's use of language.

    • Essays written by an international team of Joyce specialists
    • Covers all of Joyce's main prose works
    • Offers an even balance of close textual analysis and theory
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    • Date Published: April 2007
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521036597
    • length: 248 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 153 x 9 mm
    • weight: 0.382kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Contributors
    Acknowledgments
    References and abbreviations
    1. Introduction: language(s) with a difference Laurent Milesi
    2. Syntactic glides Fritz Stern
    3. 'Cypherjugglers going the highroads': Joyce and contemporary linguistic theories Benoit Tadié
    4. Madonnas of modernism Beryl Schlossman
    5. Theoretical modelling: Joyce's women on display Diane Elam
    6. The lapse and the lap: Joyce with Deleuze Marie-Dominique Garnier
    7. 'Sound sense'
    or 'tralala'/'moocow': Joyce and the anathema of writing Thomas Docherty
    8. Language, sexuality and the remainder in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Derek Attridge
    9. Border disputes Ellen Carol Jones
    10. Errors and expectations: the ethics of desire in Finnegans Wake Patrick McGee
    11. Ex sterco Dantis: Dante's post-Babelian linguistics in the Wake Lucia Boldrini
    12. No symbols where none intended: Derrida's war at Finnegans Wake Sam Slote
    Works cited
    Index.

  • Editor

    Laurent Milesi, Cardiff University
    Laurent Milesi is Lecturer in English and American Literature and Critical Theory at Cardiff University, and a member of the Joyce ITEM-CNRS Research Group in Paris. He is the author of numerous essays, mainly on Joyce and related aspects of modernism, 20th-century American poetry, postmodernism and poststructuralism.

    Contributors

    Laurent Milesi, Fritz Senn, Benoit Tadié, Beryl Schlossman, Diane Elam, Marie-Dominique Garnier, Thomas Docherty, Derek Attridge, Ellen Carol Jones, Patrick McGee, Lucia Boldrini, Sam Slote

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