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James Joyce and the Mythology of Modernism James Joyce and the Mythology of Modernism examines anew how myth exists in Joyces fiction. Using Joyces idiosyncratic appropriation of the myths of Catholicism, this study explores how the rejected religion still acts as a foundational aesthetic for a new mythology of the Modern age starting with A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and maturing within Ulysses. Like the mythopoets before himHomer, Dante, Milton, BlakeJoyce consciously sets out to encapsulate his vision of a splintered and rapidly changing reality into a new aesthetic which alone is capable of successfully rendering the fullness of life in a meaningful way. Already reeling from the humanistic implications of an impersonal Newtonian universe, the Modern world now faced an Einsteinian one, a re-evaluation which includes Stephen's awakening from the "nightmare" of history, a re-definition of deity, and Bloom's urban identity. Written with both the experienced Joycean and the beginner in mind, this book tells how the Joycean myth is our own conception of the human being, and our place in the universe becomes (re)defined as definitively Modernist, yet still, through Molly Blooms final affirmation, profoundly human. Daniel Shea is Assistant Professor of English at Mount Saint Mary College in upstate New York. Table of Contents "The Mythical Method": The Need for a New Myth "The Priest of the Eternal Imagination": Joyces Catholic Aesthetic "A Praiser of His Own Past": Myth in History, History in Myth "Squaring the Circle": Science, Fiction and Myth "The Dio Boia": Divinity, Heresy and Evil "Dear, Dirty Dublin": Myth and the Modern City "If Ulysses Isnt Fit to Read, Life Isnt Fit to Live": The Abiding Relevance of Ulysses "Unconquered Hero": The Myth of Modernity Bibliography Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-3-89821-574-9, Ibidem

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James Joyce and the Mythology of Modernism

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3898215741

James Joyce and the Mythology of Modernism examines anew how myth exists in Joyce's fiction. Using Joyce's idiosyncratic appropriation of the myths of Catholicism, this study explores how the rejected religion still acts as a foundational aesthetic for a new mythology of the Modern age starting with A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and maturing within Ulysses. Like the mythopoets before him-Homer, Dante, Milton, Blake-Joyce consciously sets out to encapsulate his vision of a splintered and rapidly changing reality into a new aesthetic which alone is capable of successfully rendering the fullness of life in a meaningful way. Already reeling from the humanistic implications of an impersonal Newtonian universe, the Modern world now faced an Einsteinian one, a re-evaluation which includes Stephen's awakening from the "nightmare" of history, a re-definition of deity, and Bloom's urban identity. Written with both the experienced Joycean and the beginner in mind, this book tells how the Joycean myth is our own conception of the human being, and our place in the universe becomes (re)defined as definitively Modernist, yet still, through Molly Bloom's final affirmation, profoundly human. Daniel Shea is Assistant Professor of English at Mount Saint Mary College in upstate New York. Table of Contents "The Mythical Method": The Need for a New Myth "The Priest of the Eternal Imagination": Joyce's Catholic Aesthetic "A Praiser of His Own Past": Myth in History, History in Myth "Squaring the Circle": Science, Fiction and Myth "The Dio Boia": Divinity, Heresy and Evil "Dear, Dirty Dublin": Myth and the Modern City "If Ulysses Isn't Fit to Read, Life Isn't Fit to Live": The Abiding Relevance of Ulysses "Unconquered Hero": The Myth of Modernity Bibliography

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