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Reading Joyce in and out of the Archive

Citation: Van Mierlo, Wim (2002) Reading Joyce in and out of the Archive. Joyce Studies Annual, 13 . pp. 32-63.

This essay contains a critical overview of responses to the 'scholarship' (by which is meant the study of the manuscripts and notebooks, the writing of biographical, the editing of his texts, the amalgamation of annotations, etc.) as opposed to 'criticism' of Joyce's later works. It argues for a greater textual awareness in the critical study of his writings.This is a pre-copyedited version of an article accepted for publication in the 'Joyce Studies Annual' following peer review. The definitive publisher-authenticated version is available through the University of Texas Press.

Creators: Van Mierlo, Wim and
Subjects: English
Keywords: James Joyce, Joyce criticism, Joyce industry, reception history, exegesis, historical criticism, archives, manuscripts, biography, textual criticism, Ulysses, Finnegans Wake, Hans Walter Gabler, Richard Ellmann
Divisions: Institute of English Studies
Collections: IES Staff Papers
Dates:
  • 2002 (published)
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