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Title:Dubliners the Complete & Unabridged Large Print Classic Edition
Format Type:Ebook
Author:James Joyce, S.M. Holden, Owen R. Howell
Publisher:Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN:1540646564
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Category:Classics, Fiction, Short stories, Literature, Ireland

Dubliners the Complete & Unabridged Large Print Classic Edition by James Joyce, S.M. Holden, Owen R. Howell

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Dubliners the Complete & Unabridged Large Print Classic Edition This premium quality b large print b volume presents James Joyce s modernist classic in a freshly edited and newly typeset edition featuring a generous x page size and printed on heavyweight bright white paper with a fully laminated cover with an original full color design Also included is an introductory biographical sketch discussing Joyce s life and work b i Dubliners i b is the first of James Joyce s major works to be published in book form preceded by i Chamber Music i a volume of poetry which appeared in b i Dubliners i b is not a novel but consists of a series of fifteen short stories which Joyce intended to accurately reflect the life of the contemporary middle class in Ireland Each story centers around the epiphany that moment of clarity when a character suddenly understands for the first time something important or fundamental about themselves their life or their surroundings The arrangement of the stories mirrors the progress of human life as the protagonists of the stories advance as life progresses from childhood to adolescence to adulthood and old age b i James Joyce i b James Joyce was an Irish modernist writer his style known both for its complexity and explicit content One of ten children after earning a degree at University College Dublin he left Ireland for Paris hoping to study medicine but returned upon learning that his mother was ill She died in and around this time he met Nora Barnacle who remained with him for life the couple marrying years later Following publication of a few short stories he and Barnacle left Ireland in eventually settling in Trieste In he published i Dubliners i The autobiographical i Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man i followed in For several years largely supported by English magazine editor Harriet Weaver and an uncle of Nora s Joyce worked on i Ulysses i considered his masterpiece Recounting a single day in Dublin the story follows three central characters and the life of the city around them A modern retelling of Homer s i Odyssey i the book made extensive use of interior monologue and stream of consciousness narrative with long passages devoid of standard punctuation and paragraph structure With advance magazine publication of excerpts its explicit nature caused years of legal wrangling over the violation of pornography laws contributing to its success despite the difficulty encountered in actually reading it In i Finnegan s Wake i the long awaited follow up appeared which many readers found even harder to follow than i Ulysses i Nonetheless it was an immediate success In poor health for much of his life Joyce died after an intestinal surgery and is buried in Fluntern cemetery in Zurich

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