Who's Afraid of James Joyce? by Karen R. Lawrence, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Who's Afraid of James Joyce?

Who's Afraid of James Joyce?

by Karen R. Lawrence
     
 

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The development of Joycean studies into a respected and very large subdiscipline of modernist studies can be traced to the work of several important scholars. Among those who did the most to document Joyce's work, Karen Lawrence can easily be considered one of that elite cadre.

A retrospective of decades of work on Joyce, this collection includes published

Overview

The development of Joycean studies into a respected and very large subdiscipline of modernist studies can be traced to the work of several important scholars. Among those who did the most to document Joyce's work, Karen Lawrence can easily be considered one of that elite cadre.

A retrospective of decades of work on Joyce, this collection includes published journal articles, book chapters, and selections from her best known work (all updated and revised), along with one new essay. Featuring engaging close readings of such Joyce works as Dubliners and Ulysses, it will be a welcome addition to any serious Joycean's library and will prove extremely useful to new generations of Joyce critics looking to build on Lawrence's expansive scholarship. Both readable and lively, this work may inspire a lifetime of reading, re-reading, and teaching Joyce.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780813041681
Publisher:
University Press of Florida
Publication date:
04/15/2012
Series:
Florida James Joyce Series
Pages:
262
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author


Karen R. Lawrence is president of Sarah Lawrence College. She has authored and edited several other books, most recently Transcultural Joyce.

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