The spatial poetics of James Joyce

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 57

The spatial poetics of James Joyce
Gerry Kearns, pages -

Abstract

In this article, Kearns examines James Joyce’s spatial poetics with regard to Irish identity, in preference to the dynamics of capitalism. He explores Joyce’s central poetic concerns and explores the moral history of Dublin as represented in Ulysses and Dubliners. Also regarding Ulysses, Kearns suggests possible reasons for the use of maps in the text, and how they are used to represent Ireland.

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Gerry Kearns (2005) The spatial poetics of James Joyce, New Formations, 2005(57), -

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