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by William York Tindall

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  • ISBN 0374979472
  • ISBN13 978-0374979478
  • Language English
  • Author William York Tindall
  • Publisher Octagon Books (June 1, 1971)
  • Pages 304
  • Formats lrf docx mbr mobi
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
  • Size ePub 1193 kb
  • Size Fb2 1760 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 409


We agree that, like Shakespeare, Joyce was a master of words and that his verbal arrangements, offering ways of accosting reality, increase our awareness and give pleasure.

William York Tindall (1903–1981) was an American Joycean scholar with a long and distinguished teaching career at Columbia University

William York Tindall (1903–1981) was an American Joycean scholar with a long and distinguished teaching career at Columbia University. Several of Tindall's classic works of criticism, including A Reader's Guide to James Joyce and A Reader's Guide to Finnegans Wake are still in print. He wrote a total of thirteen books on UK and Irish writers including Joyce, Dylan Thomas, W. B. Yeats, and Samuel Beckett Born in Vermont, he studied at Columbia, both as an undergraduate and.

- a reader's guide to James. William York Tindall The Noonday Press, Inc. New York. This book is for general readers-for those who, attracted and puzzled by Joyce's books, want to know more about them. Almost everyone agrees today that Joyce is important

Start by marking A Reader's Guide to James Joyce as Want to Read . First published in 1959, William York Tindall's Reader's Guide is still considered to be the best introduction to the complex writings of James Joyce

Start by marking A Reader's Guide to James Joyce as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. First published in 1959, William York Tindall's Reader's Guide is still considered to be the best introduction to the complex writings of James Joyce. From Dubliners to Finnegans Wake, Tindall's knowledge is as comprehensive as it is authoritative.

William York Tindall. Joyce, James, 1882-1941 - Criticism and interpretation - Handbooks, manuals, etc, Ireland - In literature. Syracuse University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Professor Tindall taught Joyce's ''Ulysses'' in the late 20's while the book was still banned in this country

Professor Tindall taught Joyce's ''Ulysses'' in the late 20's while the book was still banned in this country. He considered ''Ulysses'' the ''greatest novel of the 20th century, including Proust and everyone else. He was president of the James Joyce Society for many years and occasionally led groups of scholars around Joyce's Dublin. small learning and less Greek.

First published in 1959, William York Tindall's Reader's Guide is still considered to be the best introduction .

First published in 1959, William York Tindall's Reader's Guide is still considered to be the best introduction to the complex writings of James Joyce. Herbert Cahoon, Library Journal

First published in 1959, William York Tindall's Reader's Guide is still considered to be the best introduction to the complex writings of James Joyce

First published in 1959, William York Tindall's Reader's Guide is still considered to be the best introduction to the complex writings of James Joyce. ISBN13:9780815603207. Release Date:March 1995.

William York Tindall’s A Reader’s Guide to James Joyce is an early example of this type, but such broad explication is so general that it gives readers little direction for developing their own interpretive responses. Then there are topical studies designed to pro-vide detailed annotations of particular works or to illuminate a particular class of references in the canon, such as Zack Bowen’s examination of musi-cal allusions in Joyce, Weldon Thornton’s Allusions in Ulysses, Don Gifford’s Ulysses Annotated, or any of the various guides to Finnegans Wake.

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Celak
Though not essential, this certainly is helpful in understanding Joyce, if that is possible. I did find myself referring to it less and less as I read more & more of Joyce. I was going to go back and reread this all the way through, but like many of my intentions..... Definitely worthwhile for a student, useful to the casual reader of Joyce.
kewdiepie
This is an excellent overall work- by- work survey of the prose writings of James Joyce. Joyce especially in 'Ulysses' and 'Finnegan's Wake' begs for the reader to use all resources possible to aid in the understanding of his work. The question is how much time the reader wishes to give. Joyce notoriously demanded that his readers give 'all the years of the nights' to his work. It is doubtful that many people will do that. This Guide can however be a way into understanding a world deliberately constructed as to forever hold the reader's interest by endlessly providing new puzzles and mysteries.
Samardenob
A wonderful & easy to read guide that really helps the reader get started on Joyce. Short enough to be bearable & long enough to be a huge help in understanding. Very personable writer & definitely loves Joyce. Helps reader find passion for Joyce too.
Silly Dog
The book is a clear and compelling guide to Joyce's main works. Tindall's enthusiasm is contagious.
"...Ulysses offers something of value to someone. What part of this is received depends upon the capacity, experience, and taste of the receiver. Homeric similie: as a radio station of great power broadcasts in vain unless a receiver is there with the power on and all the tubes in order; as the power and quality of the receiver are the success of the broadcast; so with Ulysses and the reader."
"For me the significance of the form Joyce made and I all but apprehend is a humane and charitable understanding of mankind that makes me glad to be alive and part of it. Charity, for me, is the radiance of this great whole, this intricate harmony."