Dubliners"

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Dubliners

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Dont you think there is a certain resemblance between the mystery of the Mass and what I am trying to do? To give people some kind of intellectual pleasure or spiritual enjoyment by converting the bread of everyday life into something that has a permanent artistic life of its own. (James Joyce, in a letter to his brother). With these fifteen stories James Joyce reinvent Dont you think there is a certain resemblance between the mystery of the Mass and what I am trying to do? To give people some kind of intellectual pleasure or spiritual enjoyment by converting the bread of everyday life into something that has a permanent artistic life of its own. (James Joyce, in a letter to his brother). With these fifteen stories James Joyce reinvented the art of fiction, using a scrupulous, deadpan realism to convey truths that were at once blasphemous and sacramental. Whether writing about the death of a fallen priest (The Sisters), the petty sexual and fiscal machinations of Two Gallants, or of the Christmas party at which an uprooted intellectual discovers just how little he really knows about his wife (The Dead), Joyce takes narrative places it had never been before.

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Dont you think there is a certain resemblance between the mystery of the Mass and what I am trying to do? To give people some kind of intellectual pleasure or spiritual enjoyment by converting the bread of everyday life into something that has a permanent artistic life of its own. (James Joyce, in a letter to his brother). With these fifteen stories James Joyce reinvent Dont you think there is a certain resemblance between the mystery of the Mass and what I am trying to do? To give people some kind of intellectual pleasure or spiritual enjoyment by converting the bread of everyday life into something that has a permanent artistic life of its own. (James Joyce, in a letter to his brother). With these fifteen stories James Joyce reinvented the art of fiction, using a scrupulous, deadpan realism to convey truths that were at once blasphemous and sacramental. Whether writing about the death of a fallen priest (The Sisters), the petty sexual and fiscal machinations of Two Gallants, or of the Christmas party at which an uprooted intellectual discovers just how little he really knows about his wife (The Dead), Joyce takes narrative places it had never been before.
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Title Dubliners Height 11.1
James Joyce Width 0.9
ISBN-13 9780140622171 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0140622179 Spine Width
Publisher PENGUIN CLASSICS Pages 256
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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