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Joyce, Milton and the Theory of Influence (Hardback)

Patrick Colm Hogan

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ISBN 10: 0813014050 / ISBN 13: 9780813014050
Edité par University Press of Florida, United States, 1995
Neuf(s) Etat : New Hardback
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Patrick Hogan examines the complex and conflicted relation of James Joyce s works - primarily the epic novels Ulysses and Finnegan s Wake - to one of the most important and influential epics in English, Milton s Paradise Lost , and to other Milton works. Though Stephen Dedalus expresses his poetic ambition as rewriting Paradise Lost , though he teaches Lycidas and though Milton is amply present in Finnegan s Wake , virtually nothing has been written on this important literary relationship. Hogan traces the deep structural affinities that link the writers, arguing that Milton provided a crucial model for Joyce to create his great works of mourning , Ulysses and Finnegan s Wake . In addition, Hogan sets the novels in a larger tradition of European and Middle Eastern retellings of the fall of humankind, incuding 18th- and 19th-century revisions of Paradise Lost . From this perspective, he analyses the structure and technique of Ulysses and of Finnegan s Wake and interprets key passages in a way that helps make these works comprehensible even to a novice reader. As part of his study Hogan draws on psychoanalysis, cognitive science, Sanskrit aesthetics, and cultural materialism to formulate a theory of influence with implications that reach beyond the study of Joyce and Milton. N° de réf. du libraire AAN9780813014050

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Titre : Joyce, Milton and the Theory of Influence (...

Éditeur : University Press of Florida, United States

Date d'édition : 1995

Reliure : Hardback

Etat du livre :New

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Patrick Hogan examines the complex and conflicted relation of James Joyce's works - primarily the epic novels "Ulysses" and "Finnegan's Wake" - to one of the most important and influential epics in English, Milton's "Paradise Lost", and to other Milton works. Though Stephen Dedalus expresses his poetic ambition as "rewriting Paradise Lost", though he teaches "Lycidas" and though Milton is amply present in "Finnegan's Wake", virtually nothing has been written on this important literary relationship. Hogan traces the deep structural affinities that link the writers, arguing that Milton provided a crucial model for Joyce to create his great "works of mourning", "Ulysses" and "Finnegan's Wake". In addition, Hogan sets the novels in a larger tradition of European and Middle Eastern retellings of the fall of humankind, incuding 18th- and 19th-century revisions of "Paradise Lost". From this perspective, he analyses the structure and technique of "Ulysses" and of "Finnegan's Wake" and interprets key passages in a way that helps make these works comprehensible even to a novice reader. As part of his study Hogan draws on psychoanalysis, cognitive science, Sanskrit aesthetics, and cultural materialism to formulate a theory of influence with implications that reach beyond the study of Joyce and Milton.

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