Joyce's city : history, politics, and life in Dubliners / Jack Morgan
- Morgan, Jack, 1939-
- Columbia, Missouri : University Of Missouri Press, 
- Copyright Date:
- First printing.
- Physical Description:
- 186 pages ; 24 cm
- Dubliners overall : a walk-about -- Something coming over him : Joyce's Gothic and "The sisters" -- When first my way to fair I took : mission to Araby -- Rogue narration in "Two Gallants" and Séamus Ennis's "The dairy maid" -- The hope and the pride : "Clay" -- Adulterated presence : "A little cloud" and "A painful case" -- Washington Irving's Sketch book and Joyce's "The dead" -- Queer choirs : sacred music, Joyce's "The dead", and the sexual politics of Victorian aestheticism.
- "Joyce's City, by Jack Morgan, includes groundbreaking new interpretations of the stories in James Joyce's Dubliners while exploring the issue of colonialism and the nuanced way in which the historical and the personal intertwine"--Amazon.com.
- 0826220452 (hardcover)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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