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  • papertrail • April 25, 2019

    Kate Zambreno on writing and motherhood; Why presidential candidates love quoting James Joyce

    ... meant to appeal to refined impulses, to élite rather than populist sympathies. How shall we put it? Joyce is a snob whistle.”...

  • papertrail • May 09, 2012

    May 9, 2012 @ 12:41:00 am

    ...The Irish National Library has rare James Joyce manuscripts and put them online for the first time. The papers, which were closed guarded by Joyce’s son, James, entered the public domain...

  • papertrail • March 18, 2010

    Mar 18, 2010 @ 6:00:00 am

    ...7065310.ece|modernism's midwife|, recalls meeting James Joyce in her memoir: “He put his limp, boneless hand in my tough little paw.” Now a collection of her charming and erudite letters...

  • culture • August 30, 2011

    Kipling's Magical Realism

    Richard Rayner

    ... exhortation to stoicism and self-control. On the other, there are those who, like James Joyce, choose to condemn Kipling for “semi-fanatic” ideas about patriotism and race and consider him barely worth...

  • papertrail • August 08, 2012

    Aug 8, 2012 @ 12:32:00 am

    ...Novelist Paulo Coehlo with the master of modernism. Speaking to a Brazilian newspaper, Coehlo remarked, "one of the books that caused great harm was James Joyce's Ulysses, which is pure style...

  • print • Feb/Mar 2010

    Shopping Modernism

    The Letters of Sylvia Beach edited by Keri Walsh • Matthew Price

    ...” as Kerri Walsh writes in her fine introduction to this collection. Beach most famously published James Joyce’s Ulysses in 1922, when it was effectively banned in the United States and Britain...

  • culture • April 12, 2012

    No One by Gwenaelle Aubry

    Lynn Crawford

    ...How to portray the state referred to as mental illness? Who tells the story and with what language? Narratives tend to be categorical and unspecific. Dr. Jung famously told his patient James...

  • syllabi • May 05, 2010


    Brian Dillon

    ... that went with them: boils on the neck, palpitations of his “bitch of a heart,” bad teeth, and, like his mentor James Joyce, bad eyes. The Andy Warhol Diaries Warhol had plenty to be worried about...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2007

    Novels in Three Lines

    Félix Fénéon’s Novels in Three Lines Albert Mobilio

    ... declared. He killed himself”; “Married for three months, the Audouys of Nantes committed suicide with laudanum, arsenic, and a revolver”; “The Englishman James, a suburban...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2013

    Decline and Fall

    David Margolick’s Dreadful: The Short Life and Gay Times of John Horne Burns Liz Brown

    ... for his brothers and a nearly unlimited supply of bile for most other writers, including the masters who had preceded him, such as Henry James, James Joyce, Thomas Mann, T. S. Eliot, Franz Kafka...