This book contains eighteen original essays by leading Joyce scholars on the eighteen separate chapters of Ulysses. It attempts to explore the richness of Joyce's extraordinary novel more fully than could be done by any single scholar. Joyce's habit of using, when writing each chapter in Ulysses, a particular style, tone, point of view, and narrative structure gives each contributor a special set of problems with which to engage, problems which coincide in every case with certain of his special interests. The essays in this volume complement and illuminate one another to provide the most comprehensive account yet published of Joyce's many-sided masterpiece.
|Publisher:||University of California Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
About the Author
David Hayman is Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Table of Contents
Preface AcknowledgmentsAbbreviations and ConventionsTelemachus by Bernard BenstockNestor by E. L. EpsteinProteus by J. Mitchell MorseCalypso by Adaline GlasheenLotus Eaters by Phillip F. HerringHades by R. M. AdamsAeolus by M. J. C. HodgartLestrygonians by Melvin J. FriedmanScylla and Charybdis by Robert KelloggWandering Rocks by Clive HartSirens by Jackson I. CopeCyclops by David HaymanNausicaa by Fritz SennThe Oxen of the Sun by J. S. AthertonCirce by Hugh KennerEumaeus by Gerald L. BrunsIthaca by A. Walton LitzPenelope by Fr. Robert Boyle, S. J.