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Bronte’s Jane Eyre/Joyce’s The Dead

because he is married to another woman and she will not compromise her morals or her principles. However, when she is offered a ch...

Literary Analysis: “Dubliners” by James Joyce

Each morning he waits for her to leave for school, then follows her, passing her at the point where their paths diverge, where the...

Abstraction, Modernist Temper, Art and Literature

yet they were incredibly symbolic and modern in their approach. It was not enough to say life was harsh, or to illustrate a beauti...

The Modern Novel: Austen, Eliot, Joyce

in for what she sees as the opposite with is sensibility. Her sister, Marianne, however is filled with emotions and is very much r...

Portrait of the Artist and Ulysses By James Joyce

as a Young Man and Ulysses by James Joyce are two very different works. Portrait has a much more conventional structure than Ulyss...

'Nightmare of History'

In three pages this paper examines the observation by J. Baldwin that James Joyce 'is right about history being a nightmare--But i...

Joyce, Faulkner, Poe, and Their Short Stories' Gender Relationships

In five pages this paper examines the gender relationships featured in 'A Rose for Emily' by William Faulkner, 'Ligeia' by Edgar A...

Literature and Analysis of Character, Theme, Symbols, and Setting

indescribable evil. Symbols always present another layer to a story, as well as another realm for questioning. Hawthornes repea...

Protagonist and Religion in Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce

In five pages this essay examines the relationship the protagonist has with religion in an analysis of this novel by James Joyce. ...

Comparative Analysis of 'Araby' by James Joyce and 'A and P' by John Updike

This paper compare these James Joyce and John Updike short stories in an analytical essay consisting of five apges. There are no ...

Moral History in Dubliners by James Joyce

In five pages this paper discusses how the relationships between society and its members and the moral obligations that resulted f...

Artists and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce

In six pages this report examines the evolution of the artist as revealed in the characterization of Stephen Daedalus in A Portrai...

Point of View in 'Araby' by James Joyce

according to her relationship to a male, Joyce subtly points to the gender hierarchy that was prevalent throughout the nineteenth ...

'The Country Girls' and 'The Dead'

village. Even though most of the protests...

Imagery and Plot Structure of 'Araby' by James Joyce

of the boys life are not filled in , the reader is left to surmise the basic facts from what he says. For example, the boy mention...

Themes of Futility and Furstration in the Works of Joyce

North Richmond Street, being blind, was a quiet street except at the hour when the Christian Brothers School set the boys free. An...

Literary Modernism in the Works of Virginia Woolf and James Joyce

the most important elements of modernist literature is that which involves perspective. With modernist literature this involves "t...

Duality in 'The Dead' by James Joyce

like Poes "The Casks of Amontillado," Joyces "The Dead" contains many "Gothic themes and motifs" (1). For one thing, the time of t...

Martha Graham and James Joyce

about the time of the life of Beethoven, artists needed the patron to support them in order to have the freedom to pursue their ar...

Book Banning

in the Odyssey, though on a modern scale. Additionally, Molly is patterned after the strong and determined character of Penelope, ...

'The Dead' and Dubliners by James Joyce

or perhaps the ability to appreciate the verse even if they do not recognize the poet. His insecurity also shows in that this judg...

Good and Evil in 'Araby' by James Joyce and 'Young Goodman Brown' by Nathaniel Hawthorne

reality of humanitys cruel heart. True to Hawthornes nature of portraying both the worst and the best humankind has to offer, he ...

Chapter Two of Ulysses by James Joyce

Stephen in relation to the how his character was established in A Portrait. In the previous novel, Joyce pictured Stephen as bein...

'Daedalus Myth' and A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man by James Joyce

him all his life, what he had been groomed to do. To not become one would mean breaking free and telling everyone he knows that h...

'The Boasrding House' by James Joyce and Power

this point, the determined Mrs. Mooney obtains a separation from her husband, gains control of her remaining inheritance, custody ...

Analysis of Dubliners by James Joyce

In thirteen pages this paper examines the short stories' complication of Dubliners by James Joyce in an overview of plot, characte...

Brotherhood and Paternity in Finnegan's Wake by James Joyce

In 8 pages this paper analyzes this James Joyce works in terms of the themes of paternity and brotherhood featured within. Nine s...

James Joyce and Gertrude Stein's Narrative Voices

In ten pages this paper examines how the narrative voice is employed by Gertrude Stein in Melanctha and by James Joyce in Ulysses....

James Joyce and D.H. Lawrence Compared

In five pages a comparison is made between A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce and Sons and Lovers by D.H. Lawr...

Ulysses by James Joyce and Modernism

In ten pages this paper examines modernism within the context on Ulysses and how James Joyce varies the portrayal of Homer's Odyss...