James Joyce is considered to be one of the most influential authors of the 20th century. Literary critic and poet, Ezra Pound declared in 1922 to be the start of a new era, asserting that the old one had ended when James Joyce wrote the last words of his novel Ulysses.


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  • Menand, Louis, 2012, 'Silence, exile, punning: James Joyce's change encounters', The New Yorker, July 2.
  • Thirwell, Adam, 2015, It's still a scandal, The New York Review of Books, April 23. - A review of the book by Kevin Birmingham The Most Dangerous Book