JAMES JOYCE'S DUBLIN.
Effect of Irish environment and culture on Joyce's work. His collection of short stories, "Dubliners," as a mirror for his Irish readers. Joyce's response to the complex political and aesthetic dislocations. Impact of English rule, Irish Catholicism, poverty. Discusses elements in "A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN," "ULYSSES," "FINNEGAN'S WAKE."
LYRICISM IN THREE NOVELS.
Compares uses & meanings of lyrical passages in realist narratives of Fitzgerald's [The Great Gatsby], Joyce's [Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man] & Flaubert's [Madame Bovary].
Modernism and Imagism
This paper considers Modernism and Imagism as literary movements, including their defining charcteristics, origins, writers associated with the movements such as Ezra Pound, Amy Lowell, Harriet Monroe,James Joyce, Virginia Woolf and others. Development of each movement in the 20th Century.
Analysis of short story. Overview of Joyce's background & other works, style & themes.
Life & career of French existentialist philosopher, focusing on [The Stranger]. Autobiographical elements, influences, major ideas on the absurd.
Discusses James Joyce's contribution to the art of the novel; his influence on the form of the novel and on other writers. Joyce's innovative literary techniques; language. Impact of the novel ULYSSES.