Dagmar Blight, Mária Kostelníková (eds.)
Revisiting James Joyce
Aug. 2013 (1. Auflage)
The œuvre of James Joyce has been an object of literary interest for almost a hundred years. As a major twentieth century writer, if not perhaps the most important one, Joyce is generally considered to be a very complex and difficult author, the understanding of whose work may be a life-long endeavour. This collection of papers presents both a general understanding of his writing as well as the latest interpretations of his work by academics in Slovakia. The contributors from different universities across Slovakia offer new unpublished insights into his short stories and novels, and into his overall literary legacy.