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James Joyce's 'Eveline'
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A 4 page paper featuring James Joyce's story, 'Eveline' from his short story collection, Dubliners (1914). It is a letter from Eveline to her father, explaining her reasons for wanting to leave home, her uncertainty as to where she should go and expresses being torn between desire and familial obligation. No additional sources cited.
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James Joyce's 'Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man'
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An 8 page paper exploring James Joyce's departure from traditional fiction in his modernist 1916 novel, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
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James Joyce's 'Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man' / Artistry
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An 8 page paper analyzing the way James Joyce handled symbol, language, and dramatic form in Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. The paper calls attention to the unusually high level of artistry in this novel, and shows how Joyce's innovations spawned an entire literary movement single-handedly. Bibliography lists 5 additional sources.
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James Joyce's 'Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man' / Color
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A 10 page paper showing how James Joyce's handling of the symbolism of color in this novel enhances our understanding of its complex levels of meaning. The paper concludes that this is accomplished through Joyce's willingness to let symbol be fluid, to change shape and meaning as demanded by the persona and the text itself. Bibliography lists seven sources.
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James Joyce's 'Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man' / Religion
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A 5 page paper showing how James Joyce's protagonist liberates himself from this spiritually-inhibiting worldview of Irish Catholicism and embarks on a lifetime adventure of self-discovery. The writer points out the tension between Stephen Dedalus's two names -- that of the Christian martyr, and the Greek mythologically credited with giving man the power of flight. No additional sources cited.
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James Joyce's 'Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man' v. 'Ulysses'/ Irish Vision
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A 12 page paper discussing the distinctively Irish quality of these two works by James Joyce. The paper concludes that as much as the Irish idealize the workings of the spirit, they value the life of the body also, and James Joyce is able to combine both these traits abundantly in both these works. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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James Joyce's 'Ulysses' / Joyce's Quest For Home
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A 7 page examination of Joyce's monumental work as a map for the journey of the myth of the Hero and his quest for home. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Ulys.doc

Joyce's 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man' / Elements of Fiction
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A 5 page paper on Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, an early but extremely influential work by twentieth-century Irish writer James Joyce. The paper asserts that Joyce experimented heavily with alternative approaches to fictional elements in this novel, and in doing so, spawned an entire literary movement. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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