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Semicolonial Joyce

Semicolonial Joyce

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Marjorie Howes, Derek Attridge, Seamus Deane, Enda Duffy, Emer Nolan, Joseph Valente, David Lloyd, Luke Gibbons, Katherine Mullin, Willy Maley, Elizabeth Butler Cullingford, Vincent J. Cheng
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  • Date Published: July 2000
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521666282

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  • Semicolonial Joyce is the first collection of essays to address the importance of Ireland's colonial situation in understanding the work of James Joyce. The volume reflects the ambivalences in Joyce's relationship with Irish nationalism, bringing together leading commentators on a topic that has attracted growing interest in recent years. The contributions both draw on and question the achievements of postcolonial theory, presenting a range of voices rather than a single position, and provide fresh insights into Joyce's resourceful engagement with political issues that remain highly topical today.

    • A collection of essays (especially commissioned) on the highly topical subject of Joyce's relation to Irish colonialism and nationalism
    • Distinguished team of contributors including the best-known figures in the reconsideration of Ireland's cultural history e.g. Seamus Deane, David Lloyd, Luke Gibbons
    • Reflects and questions the developments in postcolonial theory
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    'Each of the writers included here … offers cogent and constructive accounts of Joyce's writing that further our understanding of an increasingly complex area of study …' James Joyce Literary Supplement

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    • Date Published: July 2000
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521666282
    • length: 280 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.42kg
    • contains: 4 b/w illus. 1 table
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Acknowledgements
    Note on references to Joyce's works
    Introduction Marjorie Howes and Derek Attridge
    1. Dead ends: Joyce's finest moments Seamus Deane
    2. Disappearing Dublin: Ulysees, postcoloniality and the politics of space Enda Duffy
    3. 'Goodbye Ireland I'm going to Gort': geography, scale and narrating the nation Majorie Howes
    4. State of the art: Joyce and postcolonialism Emer Nolan
    5. 'Neither fish nor flesh'
    or how 'Cyclops' stages the double-bind of Irish manhood Joseph Valente
    6. Counterparts: Dubliners, masculinity and temperance nationalism David Lloyd
    7. 'Have you no homes to go to?': Joyce and the politics of paralysis Luke Gibbons
    8. Don't cry for me, Argentina: 'Eveline' and the seductions of emigration propaganda Katherine Mullin
    9. 'Kilt by kelt shell kithagain with kinagain': Joyce and Scotland Willy Maley
    10. Phoenician genealogies and oriental geographies: Joyce, language and race Elizabeth Butler Cullingford
    11. Authenticity and identity: catching the Irish spirit Vincent J. Cheng
    Index.

  • Editors

    Derek Attridge, University of York

    Marjorie Howes, Rutgers University, New Jersey

    Contributors

    Marjorie Howes, Derek Attridge, Seamus Deane, Enda Duffy, Emer Nolan, Joseph Valente, David Lloyd, Luke Gibbons, Katherine Mullin, Willy Maley, Elizabeth Butler Cullingford, Vincent J. Cheng

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