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James Joyce Quotes
James Joyce is one of the most famous and controversial writers of the 20th century. His novel, "Ulysses" was banned, criticized, and suppressed on moral grounds, but it is also considered one of the greatest classics of the 20th century. James Joyce was born in Dublin, though he spent very little time there after he was exiled from Ireland. Here are a few famous lines from James Joyce. Discover the Irish legend.
Books are still being banned every day, but do you know which of the great classics have been banned? Here's a list of ten...
James Joyce's "Ulysses" is one of the most important books of the 20th century, but its size and style often scare away would-be readers. And, while his language has been praised for its poetic and varied style, it has also been criticized for its explicit nature.
Chamber Music - James Joyce
Read "Chamber Music," by James Joyce (1882-1941).
Coming of Age Novels
A coming-of-age story or novel is memorable because the character undergoes adventures and/or inner turmoil in his/her growth and development as a human being. Some characters come to grips with the reality of cruelty in the world--with war, violence, death, racism, and hatred--while others deal with family, friends, or community issues.
James Joyce Books
James Joyce is considered one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, with works like Ulysses, Dubliners, and Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man. Read more about the life and works of James Joyce.
Memorable Quotes: My Brother's Keeper
Here are some memorable quotes from "My Brother's Keeper," by Stanislaus Joyce.
Scandal of Ulysses
Archived article from the New York Review of Books by famous Joyce scholar John Kidd discusses the controversy of the text of the book.
James Joyce Biography
James Joyce is one of the most famous (and most controversial) stylists of his time. He's known for works like Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and Finnegans Wake. Exiled from Ireland, he continued to return to his homeland in his stories and novels--with characters who experience epiphanies, universal truths, and Ulysses-inspired journeys.
James Joyce Love Letter - to Nora Barnacle
James Joyce is the infamous Irish exile-writer-poet-playwright. He penned (and then revised continually) some of the greatest works in Irish literature: Ulysses, Finnegans Wake and Dubliners. But, his relationship with Nora is another matter for literary history. Here's one letter from James Joyce to Nora.
'My Brother's Keeper' Review
Although the intended scope of this memoir was never fully realized, <i>My Brother's Keeper</i> offers a unique perspective on James Joyce.