Approaches to Ulysses

Ten Essays

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

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 OÆBrien; Weldon Thornton; Erwin R. Steinberg; William M. Schutte; Fritz Senn; H. Frew Waidner; and the editors.

304 Pages, 6 x 9 in.

January, 1971

isbn : 9780822984269

about the editors

Thomas F. Staley

Thomas F. Staley was professor of English and dean of the graduate school at the University of Tulsa.

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Thomas F. Staley
Bernard Benstock

Bernard Benstock is the author of Joyce-Again’s Wake: An Analysis of Finnegan’s Wake.

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Bernard Benstock