Introduction -- The automobile age -- The biographical crisis -- Arthur Griffith and the great game -- Robert Emmet centennial -- Rhetoric: modern and classical -- The infernal -- Conclusion.
A close examination of the story "After the Race," which originally appeared in Dubliners that argues that the story represents a microcosm of some of the issues most central to Joyce scholarship: evolution as an artist, the Catholic Church, and nostalgia for a rapidly changing Ireland.
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