Londublin: Dickens's London in Joyce's Dublin

Clayton, Jay
March 1995
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring95, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p327
Book Review
Contends that the works of Charles Dickens represent a more important intertext for James Joyce. Dublin as the inevitable bond between the two novelists; Joyce's extensive knowledge of Dicken's fictions; Links between the works of the two.


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