Voice, Boundary, and Identity in the Works of James Joyce
This book is a study of the weaving and unweaving of particular subject positions within James Joyce's major works - "Dubliners", "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man", "Ulysses", and "Finnegans Wake" - through representations of voice, which negotiates identity, authority, and subjectivity. This work explores the different ways that Joyce portrays and negotiates identity through voice and the conceptualization of boundaries that exist "in between" different and distinct subjectivities, which are explored by the author of this work from within the conceptualization and representation of voice.
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"... like Joyce's canon, Manista's study does not seek to impose meaning upon its readers but rather offers them the meaning to discern it themselves..." - Professor Michael Patrick Gillespie, Marquette University"