Introduction

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

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