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By Vincent Sherry

Vincent Sherry combines an in depth examine of Ulysses with new serious arguments. He offers an invaluable advisor to the episodic series of Joyce's novel and offers an inquisitive interpretation of this grasp paintings, re-addressing significant concerns in Ulysses feedback. Demonstrating how Joyce's modernist epic redefines Homer's Odyssey, he examines Joyce's impressive verbal experiments. First version Hb (1994): 0-521-42075-X First version Pb (1994): 0-521-42136-5

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These socialist goals also lead him, like Connolly, into an opportunistic tolerance of Irish nationalism, which would at least break the English-forged chains of a feudal peasantry (Letters II, 187). Yet he also suggests that an English presence would help to erase those most regrettable conditions in Ireland – serfs scratching at the land to which they are tied. For English investment would alleviate the shortage of industrial capital (Letters II, 187), a deficit that accounts for the absence of an urban working class, whose forceful organization is essential to (one model of) socialist evolution.

It is a process grounded in paradox, however, for the restoration to the language of the resources its speakers hold in common stems from needs sensed most acutely by individuals estranged from it – from James Joyce, whose command of a pan-European tongue positioned him at a most extreme angle of relation to his own, and from Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom, who need for various reasons to consign their thoughts and feelings to the unpublic speech of inward monologue. These protagonists present in the marginal and alienated lives of private individuals a problem Joyce will resolve into a tonic concept of language, but their struggle works itself out most urgently, indeed primarily, in terms of the epic plot and the attendant values of a social community.

A line of criticism stretching from F. R. Leavis maintains that the several mythic possibilities of the father–son bond – Odysseus– Telemachus, Noah–Japheth, King Hamlet–Prince Hamlet – are released by a sheer machinery of literary allusion and so reside entirely outside the felt life of the individual characters, and thus remain invalid. Insofar as Stephen shares residually in those values of privileged privacy, so does his reader, whom Joyce constantly puts 32 U LYS S E S on the spot – in the dubious position of one applying the Homeric plot to the inner life of the modern characters by main hermeneutic force.

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