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Eco's essay, "A Portrait of the Artist as Bachelor", explores Joyce's ...
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Eco's essay, "A Portrait of the Artist as Bachelor", explores Joyce's undergraduate years and influences at the time, and his early plans for his writings, his decision that "Grammar was to be considered as 'the primary science'". Santoro-Brienza's essay, "Joyce's Dialogue with Aquinas, Bruno, Vico, Svevo...", traces Joyce's series of encounters with these writers, his rejection of the then contemporary intellectual and Futuristic movements in lieu of the "often crazy, operatic, and heroic-comic ways" of the Italians.
|Preface and Acknowledgements|
|Foreword: Italian-Irish Celebrations||1|
|A Portrait of the Artist as a Bachelor||7|
|Joyce's Dialogue with Aquinas, Dante, Bruno, Vico, Svevo||41|