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Joyce, Race, and Empire
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Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Author: Cheng, Vincent J.; Attridge, Derek;
Publication Date:1995-05-25
ISBN-10:0521478596
ISBN-13:9780521478595
Number of Pages:352 Pages
Book Type:Paperback
Weight:403 gram
Books Dimensions:216 x 138 x 20 mm
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Joyce, Race, and Empire


The first full-length study of race and colonialism in the works of James Joyce.
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In this first full-length study of race and colonialism in the works of James Joyce, Vincent J. Cheng argues that Joyce wrote insistently from the perspective of a colonial subject of an oppressive empire, and demonstrates how Joyce's texts constitute a significant political commentary on British imperialism in Ireland and on colonial discourses and ideologies in general. This is a groundbreaking study of the century's most internationally influential fiction writer, and of his powerful representations of the cultural dynamics of race, power, and empire.

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