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Irish novelist, short-story writer and poet, James Augustine Aloysius Joyce (1882Ã¢â‚¬â€1941), is regarded as one of the greatest, most innovative literary talents of the twentieth century Joyce revolutionized the structure of the modern novel.
\nChain her Music (1907), Dubline(1914) and A Portrait of the Artist as a young Man (1914Ã¢â‚¬â€15) were widely acclaimed. Ills seminal work, Ulysses (1922) provoked violent reactions. Its explicitness, groundbreaking interior monologues and complex references were heralded as genius by some but deemed obscene by others. In Finnegan c Wake (1939), he stretched language to its very limits, combining portmanteau words with the stream of consciousness narrative established in Ulysses, in an extremely difficult style which still never lost sight of comedy and lyricism.
\nUnconventional in his writing and in his life, Joyce left a legacy that has shaped the novel as we know it, yet has never been matched.
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