Publisher: Totem Books (September 11, 1996)
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James Joyce ranks along such figures as Picasso, Schoenberg and Stravinsky as one of many nice pioneers of modernism. yet a fantasy of Joyce's "difficulty" has taken root, discouraging many readers from drawing close his paintings. it is a nice pity, simply because his writings are deeply human, significantly comedian, and compelling examining. even if Joyce spent a lot of his existence in self-imposed exile, all of his writings are obsessively and microscopically inquisitive about Dublin's reasonable urban. David Norris, Irish Senator, author and Trinity collage don, presents an introductory map to the labyrinth of Joyce's visionary Dublin. he is taking us step-by-step from the early tales "Dubliners", and "A portrait of the artist as a tender man", into the sprawling comedian universe of "Ulysses", and eventually to the mythic dreamworld of "Finnegans Wake".