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James Joyce in the nineteenth century / edited by John Nash, Durham University.

Other author/creatorNash, John (John Edward), editor.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Copyright Notice ©2013
Descriptionxi, 259 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Subject(s)
Contents Joyce and the nineteenth-century Irish novel / Emer Nolan -- 'He says no, your worship': Joyce, free indirect discourse and vernacular modernism / Luke Gibbons -- 'That dubious enterprise, the Irish short story': The untilled field and Dubliners / Richard Robinson -- Thinking forwards, turning back: Joyce's writings 1898-1903 / Andrew Gibson -- Underwriting Ulysses: Bloom, risk and life insurance in the nineteenth century / Jaya Savige -- Ulysses and the Dublin advertising business / John Strachan -- 'To arrest involuntary attention': advertising and street-selling in Ulysses / Matthew Hayward -- 'Food values': Joyce and dietary revival / Helen O'Connel -- Liberalism and domesticity in Ulysses / John Nash -- Language and (re)creation: Joyce and nineteenth-century philology / Sylvain Belluc -- Joyce, Darwin and literary evolution / Scarlet Baron -- The queen is not a subject: Victoria's Leaves from the journal in Ulysses / Ronan Crowley -- Dubliners, 'the magic-lantern business' and pre-cinema / Keith Williams..
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages 235-252) and index.
LCCN 2013009969
ISBN9781107021884 (hardback)
ISBN110702188X (hardback)
Standard identifier# 40022804091

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Joyner General Stacks PR6019 .O9 Z6344 2013 ✔ Available Place Hold

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