Cannibal Joyce Thomas Jackson Rice

ISBN: 9780813032191

Published: March 23rd 2008

Hardcover

208 pages


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Cannibal Joyce  by  Thomas Jackson Rice

Cannibal Joyce by Thomas Jackson Rice
March 23rd 2008 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 208 pages | ISBN: 9780813032191 | 6.22 Mb

Thomas Rice uses the concept of cannibalism (what he calls dismemberment, ingestion, and reprocessing) to describe Joyces incorporation of so many literary and cultural allusions, both high and popular. Beginning with examples of actual andMoreThomas Rice uses the concept of cannibalism (what he calls dismemberment, ingestion, and reprocessing) to describe Joyces incorporation of so many literary and cultural allusions, both high and popular. Beginning with examples of actual and symbolic cannibalism that fascinated Joyce--the Donner party, the Catholic Eucharist--Rice moves on to the ways Joyce appropriated language and elements of material culture into his work. In Cannibal Joyce,Rice deftly offers a wide range of surprising connections and fascinating insights.

A look at Berlitzs approach to teaching language leads to an examination of Joyces aesthetic of disjunction in language. He compares Joyce and Joseph Conrad in light of the difficulties of modernism for readers through a startling and convincing discussion of the condom.

And by focusing attention on colonial tales of cannibalism and Britains treatment of the Irish, he provides a unique perspective on Joyces politics.



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