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Approaches to Ulysses
Ten Essays
Staley, Thomas, Benstock, Bernard
Scholars of James Joyce offer critical analysis of his work Ulysses. Five essays interpret the character of the novel; four deal with the literary style of presentation, the last focuses on the problems of translation.

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Thomas F. Staley was professor of English and dean of the graduate school at the University of Tulsa.
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Scholars of James Joyce offer critical analysis of his work Ulysses. Five essays interpret the character of the novel; four deal with the literary style of presentation, the last focuses on the problems of translation.

Contributors: Robert R. Boyle, S.J.; David Hayman; Richard M. Kain; Darcy O’Brien; Weldon Thornton; Erwin R. Steinberg; William M. Schutte; Fritz Senn; H. Frew Waidner; and the editors.

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“A collection of ten critical essays dealing with various aspects of characterization and fictional technique in James Joyce’s Ulysses. . . . The advanced scholar is served by the original, explicit investigations of the contributors; the beginning student of Ulysses is provided with a balanced survey of problems and an excellent guide to further research.”—Southwest Review


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