- Joyce, James, 1882-1941. Dubliners..
- Dublin (Ireland) -- In literature.
- 0333777697 (cloth)
- 0333777700 (paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references (p.218-223) and index.
- Acknowledgements - General Editors' Preface - Introduction; A.Thacker - A Beginning: Signification, Story and Discourse in Joyce's The Sisters; T.F.Staley - Silences in Dubliners; J-M.Rabate - Through a Cracked Looking-Glass: Desire and Frustration in Dubliners; S.A.Henke - Narration Under a Blindfold: Reading Joyce's 'Clay'; M.Norris - 'No Cheer for the Gratefully Oppressed': Ideology in Joyce's Dubliners; T.L.Williams - 'An Encounter': Boys' Magazines and the Pseudo-Literary; R.B.Kershner - Uncanny Returns in 'The Dead'; R.Spoo - 'Araby': The Exoticised and Orientalized Other; V.J.Cheng - The Dubliners Epiphony: (Mis)Reading the Book of Ourselves; K.J.H.Dettmar - 'Have you no homes to go to?': James Joyce and the Politics of Paralysis; L.Gibbons - Further Reading - Notes on Contributors - Index.
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