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JAMES JOYCE / DUBLINERS

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JAMES JOYCE / DUBLINERS
JAMES
JOYCE
*Irish poet / novelist
*Modernist / avant-garde
*Best known for Ulysses

Authors Style
*Simplicity -- realism.
*Asks the reader to make his or her own decision.
*no moral judgments.
JAMES JOYCE
(1882 - 1941)

*Other notable works:
*A Portrait of the Artist
as a Young Man.
*Finnegans Wake
& *Dubliners
*Middle class family
*Educated: Jesuit schools, University College/Dublin
*Lived in Trieste, Paris, and Zurich
"For myself, I always write about Dublin, because if I can get to the heart of Dublin I can get to the heart of all the cities of the world. In the particular is contained the universal."
Dubliners:
*15 short stories.
*Published 1914.
*Irish middle class life / early 20th century.
*The idea of epiphany.
*--the moment when a character experiences their 'aha' moment.
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