Semicolonial Joyce

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Derek Attridge, Professor of English Derek Attridge, Marjorie Howes, Marjorie Elizabeth Howes
Cambridge University Press, 2000. 6. 22. - 269페이지
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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 which 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.
 

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Introduction
1
Dead ends Joyces finest moments
21
Disappearing Dublin Ulysses postcoloniality and the politics of space
37
Goodbye Ireland Im going to Gort geography scale and narrating the nation
58
State of the art Joyce and postcolonialism
78
Neither fish nor flesh or how Cyclops stages the doublebind of Irish manhood
96
Counterparts Dubliners masculinity and temperance nationalism
128
Have you no homes to go to? James Joyce and the politics of paralysis
150
Dont cry for me Argentina Eveline and the seductions of emigration propaganda
172
Kilt by kelt shell kith again with kinagain Joyce and Scotland
201
Phoenician genealogies and oriental geographies Joyce language and race
219
Authenticity and identity catching the Irish spirit
240
Index
262
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