Gestural Politics: Stereotype and Parody in Joyce

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SUNY Press, 22 հնս, 2000 թ. - 224 էջ
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Gestural Politics explores James Joyce s use of parody and humor in his representation of women, gays, and Irish nationalism. Author Christy L. Burns also discusses how Joyce s complex attitude toward parody and stereotyping is related to his aesthetic vision. She offers a comprehensive overview of all of Joyce s writings with a special emphasis on Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Ulysses, and Finnegans Wake.

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Introduction Parody Aggressivity and Stereotyping
1
The Art of Gesture Parody and Joyces Aesthetic Practice
19
The word is my Wife Control of the Feminine
51
In the Original Sinse The Gay Cliche and Verbal Transgression in Finnegans Wake
87
In the Wake of the Nation Joyces Response to Irish Nationalism
115
Rhythmic Identification and Cosmopolitan Consciousness in Finnegans Wake
141
EPILOGUE
169
NOTES
173
WORKS CITED
203
INDEX
215
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Christy L. Burns is Associate Professor of English at the College of William and Mary.

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