James Joyce

James Joyce

Book - 1982
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This definitive work on Joyce's life has been revised and expanded to include the discovery of much primary material - including a new love affair, Boswellian records of his brother's conversations by Stanislaus Joyce, a limerick about Samuel Beckett, a dream notebook, previously unknownletters, and much more.
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1982
Edition: New and rev. ed. --
ISBN: 9780195031034
Branch Call Number: 823.912 JOY 1982 NVD 1 c.1, 37.50
Characteristics: xviii, 887 p., 54 leaves of plates : ill. ; 24 cm


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Jan 08, 2014

If you want to understand the writings of James Joyce, you absolutely MUST read this book first. Ellmann's biography of Joyce is definitely the best one out there, and the only one to read. Once you've read Ellmann, I recommend that you immediately read each of Joyce's books, in order of publication--they will FINALLY make sense to you. Doing this made for one of the best reading experiences of my life. Enjoy!

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