Joyce, James Augustine
- (1882-1941)Dublin-born novelist and poet, he was one of the significant figures in twentieth century English literature. Educated at Jesuit schools and Belvedere College, Dublin, he graduated from University College, Dublin, where he studied languages, in 1902. With his wife Nora and their family, he lived most of his life abroad. He is best known for his novel Ulysses, published in parts in The Little Review and The Egoist, and in book form in Paris in 1922. Its publication was banned in Britain as being obscene and for the same reason, until 1933, in the United States. His other great work is Finnegans Wake (1939). He died in Zürich after an operation for a perforated duodenal ulcer. The Joyce Museum, Dublin, contains pictures, papers, and first editions of Joyce's books. Some of his poetry publications: Chamber Music, 1907. Poems Pennyeach, 1927. Collected Poems, 1937. Some of his poems: "A Flower Given to My Daughter," "An Advertisement for Finnegans Wake," "Bahnhofstrasse," "On the Beach at Fontana," "She Weeps over Rahoon," "Watching the Needleboats at San Sabba."Sources: Collected Poems of James Joyce. Viking Press, 1946. Dictionary of National Biography. Electronic Edition 1.1. Oxford University Press, 1997. Encyclopædia Britannica Ultimate Reference Suite DVD, 2006. First Lines, Poems Written in Youth, from Herbert to Heaney. Jon Stallworthy, ed. Carcanet, 1987. The National Portrait Gallery (www.npg.org.uk). Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern and Postmodern Poetry. Vol. 2. Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris, eds. University of California Press, 1998. The Columbia Granger's Index to Poetry. 11th ed. The Columbia Granger's World of Poetry, Columbia University Press, 2005 (http://www.columbiagrangers.org). The Oxford Companion to English Literature. 6th edition. Margaret Drabble, ed. Oxford University Press, 2000.
British and Irish poets. A biographical dictionary. William Stewart. 2015.
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Joyce, James (Augustine Aloysius) — born Feb. 2, 1882, Dublin, Ire. died Jan. 13, 1941, Zürich, Switz. Irish novelist. Educated at a Jesuit school (though he soon rejected Catholicism) and at University College, Dublin, he decided early to become a writer. In 1902 he moved to Paris … Universalium
Joyce, James (Augustine Aloysius) — (2 feb., 1882, Dublín, Irlanda–13 ene. 1941, Zürich, Suiza). Novelista irlandés. Fue educado en una escuela jesuita (a pesar de lo cual renegó tempranamente del catolicismo) y en el University College de Dublín, y ya en su juventud decidió… … Enciclopedia Universal
Joyce, James — pseud. di Joyce, James Augustine … Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione
Joyce, James — ▪ Irish author Introduction in full James Augustine Aloysius Joyce born Feb. 2, 1882, Dublin, Ire. died Jan. 13, 1941, Zürich, Switz. Irish novelist noted for his experimental use of language and exploration of new literary methods in such… … Universalium
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce — noun influential Irish writer noted for his many innovations (such as stream of consciousness writing) (1882 1941) • Syn: ↑Joyce, ↑James Joyce • Instance Hypernyms: ↑writer, ↑author … Useful english dictionary
James Augusta Joyce — James Joyce James Joyce [ˌdʒeɪmz ˈdʒɔɪs] (* 2. Februar 1882 in Dublin; † 13. Januar 1941 in Zürich) war ein irischer Schriftsteller. Besonders seine wegweisenden Werke Ulysses … Deutsch Wikipedia
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