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James Joyce

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (NCE)

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface ix
John Paul Riquelme
Sources for the Annotations xiv
Introduction: Composition, Text, and Editing xv
Hans Walter Gabler
Why and How to Read the Textual Notes xxv
Hans Walter Gabler
John Paul Riquelme
Symbols and Sigla xxx
The Text of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
1(224)
Fully annotated with notes concerning textual variants
Backgrounds and Contexts
225(80)
With fourteen illustrations
Political Nationalism: Irish History, 1798--1916
227(1)
Chronology of Key Dates, Events, and Figures
227(3)
The Last Conquest of Ireland (Perhaps) (1861)
230(6)
John Mitchel
[On the Great Famine, 1845--49: English Intentions]
230(6)
The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland (1904)
236(5)
Michael Davitt
The Phoenix Park Murders
236(1)
[The Kilmainham ``Treaty``]
237(2)
[Davitt`s Differences with Parnell]
239(2)
``The Irish Frankenstein`` (1882), English political cartoon after the Phoenix Park murders
241(1)
``The Two Parnells; or, The Man Beside Himself: Parnell the Patriot and Parnell the Traitor`` (1890), English political cartoon after the divorce scandal
242(1)
The Discrowned King of Ireland, Manifestoes to the Irish People (1890)
243(9)
Illustrations: Front and Back Covers
243(2)
Address by the Bishops of Ireland
245(1)
An Appeal to the Irish People by Mr. Michael Davitt
246(3)
Protest from a Catholic Priest: Canon Doyle on the Parnell Scandal
249(3)
The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland (1904)
252(4)
Michael Davitt
Death of Parnell---Appreciation
252(2)
[Ireland in 1904 and in the Future]
254(2)
How Does She Stand? Three Addresses (1915)
256(5)
P. H. Pearse
Theobald Wolfe Tone (1913)
256(2)
Robert Emmet and the Ireland of To-day (1914)
258(3)
Proclamation of the Irish Republic, Easter Rising (1916)
261(2)
The Irish Literary and Cultural Revival
263(1)
The Necessity for De-Anglicising Ireland (1892)
263(8)
Douglas Hyde
The Aran Islands (1907)
271(6)
John Millington Synge
[The Birdgirl on the Shore]
271(1)
[Girls Wreathed with Seaweed; Trembling and Exultation]
272(1)
[The Tale of the Unfaithful Wife]
273(1)
[Queer Places and People; Lighting a Fire]
274(1)
[Rejecting Paris; Choosing Ancient Simplicity]
275(2)
Religion
277(1)
St. Ignatius of Loyola The Spiritual Exercises (1541)
277(5)
Annotations: First Annotation, Fourth Annotation
277(1)
First Week: Fifth Exercise (Meditation on Hell), Additions (to Make the Exercises Better)
278(2)
Fourth Week: Contemplation to Gain Love, Three Methods of Prayer
280(2)
The Rev. Father Giovanni Pietro Pinamonti, S.J. Hel! Opened to Christians, To Caution Them from Entering into It (1688). Illustrations:
282(8)
Hell Opened (frontispiece)
282(1)
The Straightness of the Prison of Hell. The First Consideration, For Sunday
283(1)
The Fire. The Second Consideration, For Monday
284(1)
The Company of the Damned. The Third Consideration. For Tuesday
285(1)
The Pain of Loss. The Fourth Consideration, For Wednesday
286(1)
The Sting of Conscience. The Fifth Consideration. For Thursday
287(1)
Despair. The Sixth Consideration, For Friday
288(1)
The Eternity of Pain. The Seventh Consideration, For Saturday
289(1)
Aesthetic Backgrounds
290(15)
The Laocoon Sculpture Group (photograph, 1910)
290(2)
The Renaissance (4th ed., 1893)
292(1)
Walter Pater
Pico della Mirandola
292(4)
From Leonardo da Vinci [On the Mona Lisa (La Gioconda)]
296(2)
Conclusion [Art as Burning with a Hard, Gemlike Flame]
298(3)
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891)
301(1)
Oscar Wilde
[Wilde and His Characters on the Artist]
From The Preface
301(1)
From Chapter I
301(4)
Criticism
305(182)
Structural Overview of the Narrative
307(1)
The Parts and the Structural Rhythm of A Portrait
307(4)
John Paul Riquelme
Essays in Criticism
311(1)
Fact, Inference, and Proof in the Analysis of Literary Symbolism
311(18)
Kenneth Burke
[The Artist and Medieval Thought in the Early Joyce]
329(19)
Umberto Eco
Joyce`s Portrait---A Reconsideration
348(13)
Hugh Kenner
[The Artist and the Law]
361(5)
Helene Cixous
[Dedalus and Joyce Writing the Book of Themselves]
366(15)
John Paul Riquelme
Gender and Narrative Voice in Jacob`s Room and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
381(8)
Karen Lawrence
Disremembering Dedalus: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
389(15)
Maud Ellmann
[The Artist and Gendered Discourse]
404(18)
Bonnie Kime Scott
Thrilled by His Touch: Homosexual Panic and the Will to Artistry in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
422(17)
Joseph Valente
The Woman of the Ballyhoura Hills: James Joyce and the Politics of Creativity
439(12)
Marian Eide
The Conscience of the Race: The Nation as Church of the Modern Age
451(19)
Pericles Lewis
Stephen Dedalus and the Politics of Confession
470(17)
Jonathan Mulrooney
Selected Bibliography 487
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Paperback / softback
528 pagina's
Januari 2006
499 gram
216 x 133 x 25 mm
W. W. Norton & Company us


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