On the surface, James Joyce's work is largely a political. Through most of the twentieth century he was the proud embodiment of the rootless intellectual. This title includes essays that bring Joyce within the ambit of postcolonial studies.JON HEGGLUND postcolonial readings of Ulysses have had remarkably little to say about aquot;Ithaca. ... as both the long-awaited homecoming to the aquot;odysseyaquot; of the novel and the leave-taking of two of the novela#39;s major protagonists, Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus. ... Rather, the chapter narrates, in the form of 309 questions and answers, the return of Bloom and Stephen to the Bloom household , theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Joyce, Imperialism, & Postcolonialism|
|Publisher||:||Syracuse University Press - 2008|