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Conference International James Joyce Symposium (11th : 1988 : Venice, Italy)
Title The languages of Joyce : selected papers from the 11th International James Joyce Symposium Venice 1988 / edited by R.M. Bollettieri Bosinelli, C. Marengo Vaglio adn Chr. Van Boheemen.
Imprint Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 1992.

Conference International James Joyce Symposium (11th : 1988 : Venice, Italy)
Subject Joyce, James, 1882-1941. -- Criticism and interpretation -- Congresses.
Joyce, James, 1882-1941 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Alt Name Bosinelli Bollettieri, Rosa Maria.
Marengo, Carla.
Boheemen, Christine van.
Description 1 online resource (277 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents THE LANGUAGES OF JOYCE; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; Introduction; Abbreviations; The Languages of Joyce; Wonderful Vocables; Dislocution; The Venice Symposium Poster; Marilyn; The Politics of Language; A Modern Daedalus; Bellsybabble; References; Joyce, Semiosis and Semiotics; Introductory Remarks; Semiotic Problems in Joyce; Pun and Metaphor; Joyce and Unlimited Semiosis; Joyce and the Encyclopedia; Early Jesuit Semiotics; The Temptation of Deconstruction; Some Final Joycean Gossip; References; The Language of the Repressed; Silences: Where Joyce's Language Stops.
The Return of the Repressed in Joyce: (Self)Censorship and the Making of a ModernistFreud's Hermeneutic and the Textual Unconscious; Stephen Hero and Portrait; Repetition and Recollection; Conclusion; References; Representing Interiority: Spaces of Sexuality in Ulysses; References; "Goddinpotty": James Joyce and the Language of Excrement; References; The Language of Absence; The Ghosts of Ulysses; The Sheeted Mirror; The Mole and the Molecule; Agenbite of Inwit; References; "The Voice of an Unseen Reader" in Giacomo Joyce; References.
Re-Signings, Re: Signatures: Joyce and Pound Reading Shakespeare's WillReferences; The Language of Presence; Shem the Textman; References; Dubliners: Double Binds (the Constraints of Childhood and Youth); James Joyce and Gift Exchange; Literary Fosterage: The Currency of Apprentices; Joycean Potlatch; The Currency of Women; References; The Limits of Language; Going Back to the Return; Linguistic Dissatisfaction in the Wake; The Trite, Hypolectic Sense of "Understanding"; Before and After; Aesthetic Expectations; Gishing; Emotivation; References; Towards the Sublime; References.
Joyce in BabyloniaReferences; Physics, Rhetoric, and the Language of Finnegans Wake; References; "Untitled"; References; Notes on Contributors; Index.
Summary The papers collected in this volume capture some of the excitement of the 11th International James Joyce Symposium, held in Venice and Trieste, June 1988. 'The contents of this book are by no means as restrictive as the title might suggest. The contributors explore not only Joyce's 'languages' and modes of communication and meaning, but, as well, concepts of significance and communication in broader contexts. Through Joyce, the writers explore and develop their own approaches and theories about language and languages, about semiotics and understanding. And about psychology, gender, physiology.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789027274076 (electronic bk.)
902727407X (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 777375686
Additional Format Print version: Bosinelli, Rosa Maria Bollettieri. Languages of Joyce : Selected Papers from the 11th International James Joyce Symposium Venice 1988. Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, ©1992 9789027221247

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