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James Joyce unplugged / Anthony J. Jordan.

By: Jordan, Anthony J.
Publisher: Dublin : Westport Books, [2017]Description: 204 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780957622920.Subject(s): Joyce, James, 1882-1941 -- Criticism and interpretation | Joyce, James, 1882-1941 | Authors, Irish -- 20th century -- BiographyDDC classification: 823
Contents:
1. Pupil at Clongowes & Belvedere -- 2. PRecocious university student -- 3. Émigré teacher & writer at Pola & Trieste -- 4. Irish nationalist? -- 5. Two business visits to Ireland in 1909 -- 6. Trying to publish Dubliners; appeals to George V -- 7. Final traumatic visit to Ireland 1912 -- 8. Wonder-worker Ezra Pound -- 9. Patronage pays -- 10. Home rule & Easter Rising -- 11. Ulysses 1922 -- 12. Arthur Griffith honoured in Ulysses -- 13. Living the good life in Paris -- 14. Marriage -- 15. Death in Zurich -- 16. The Joyce tower & museum Sandycove -- Select bibliography -- Index.
Summary: After James Joyce went into voluntary exile he maintained contact with Ireland through the newspapers pf Arthur Griffith, becoming a nationalist and internationalist. He acknowledged that while Griffith was trying to free Ireland politically and economically, he, Joyce was trying to free it spiritually.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Pupil at Clongowes & Belvedere -- 2. PRecocious university student -- 3. Émigré teacher & writer at Pola & Trieste -- 4. Irish nationalist? -- 5. Two business visits to Ireland in 1909 -- 6. Trying to publish Dubliners; appeals to George V -- 7. Final traumatic visit to Ireland 1912 -- 8. Wonder-worker Ezra Pound -- 9. Patronage pays -- 10. Home rule & Easter Rising -- 11. Ulysses 1922 -- 12. Arthur Griffith honoured in Ulysses -- 13. Living the good life in Paris -- 14. Marriage -- 15. Death in Zurich -- 16. The Joyce tower & museum Sandycove -- Select bibliography -- Index.

After James Joyce went into voluntary exile he maintained contact with Ireland through the newspapers pf Arthur Griffith, becoming a nationalist and internationalist. He acknowledged that while Griffith was trying to free Ireland politically and economically, he, Joyce was trying to free it spiritually.

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