James Joyce – Biography, Books, Reviews

James Joyce

James Joyce was a writer born in Dublin in 1882.

This Irishman was the author (/writer?) who revolutionated the literature with his particular sight (point of view) that (amalgamates????) joins the ancient with the modern world, the finest thread that links two divided consciences with the ashes of centuries and circled lives in their eternal returns. His perception of the world and his literacy sight was an inspiration for many others: he is the literary father of tons of generations of writers and, of course, for many others he was just a man who was unable to avoid the entropy of the Universe.

James Joyce Books:


Dubliners (short-story collection, 1914)
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (novel, 1916)
Ulysses (novel, 1922)
Finnegans Wake (1939, restored 2012)

Poetry collections

Chamber Music (poems, Elkin Mathews, 1907)
Giacomo Joyce (written 1907, published by Faber and Faber, 1968)
Pomes Penyeach (poems, Shakespeare and Company, 1927)
Collected Poems (poems, Black Sun Press, 1936, which includes Chamber Music, Pomes Penyeach and other previously published works)


Exiles (play, 1918)

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