|Title||:||Ulysses--En-Gendered Perspectives: Eighteen New Critical Essays on the Episodes (Cultural Frames, Framing Culture) |
|Publisher||:||University of South Carolina Press|
|Number of Pages||:||367 Pages|
|File Size||:||778 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Ulysses--En-Gendered Perspectives: Eighteen New Critical Essays on the Episodes (Cultural Frames, Framing Culture)  Reviews
a torture, they made Ulysses (one of the funniest book existing) looks like a torture to read, this En-Gendered Perspectives should be abolished from bookshop sailors
A very ingithful, provocative, and highly teachable collection of essays on Ulysses, and a welcome replacement for Clive Hart's now profoundly dated text.
Yeah, I know, the title makes it sound either intriguing or boring. Following Clive Hart & David Hayman's often dull "James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays" (1974), this 1999 collection follows suit a quarter-century later with feminist, queer, performative, colonialist, familial, gustatory, and consuming modes supplanting earlier psychoanalytical, historical, and textual scholarship. I cannot say I found more pleasure in the po-mo sequel, ed. by Kimberly Devlin & Marilyn Reizbaum, but neither did I waste my time. I'll limit myself to a summary as eighteen essays do take up considerable space as it is, even to list.