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Joyces Dublin an Illustrated Commentary


Negrotti, Rosanna
Joyces Dublin an Illustrated Commentary
ISBN: 1840671491
Book Number: 35363
Claxton Editions 2000 4to hardcover 184pp very good+ / very good+ d/w. SynopsisnJames Joyce (1882-1941) was born in Rathgar, a Dublin suburb. His childhood was spent in different addresses scattered across the city, as his father's wealth declined. In 1904 he left Ireland and spent the rest of his life living in Europe with only a few short visits back. In this way, Joyce's Dublin is a place created from memories. Though it permeates all of his writing, it remains in some way an unreal city, which the author accessed through a process of recollection and imagination. Dublin in the year 2000 is a changing place and Virginie Amant's photography reveals the city which has survived into the 21st century, complemented by 19th century etchings, illustrations and photographs showing views familiar to Joyce
Keywords: Poetry Drama Criticism Fiction Joyces Dublin an Illustrated Commentary Negrotti Rosanna
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