Arresting James Joyce

Schloss, Carol
March 1993
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring93, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p324
Book Review
Reviews the book `Narrative Con/Texts in Ulysses,' by Bernard Benstock. Internal voices that shaped James Joyce's sense of self; Distinguishing between objective narration and inflections on the subject.


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