Arguably the most influential writer of the twentieth century, James Joyce continues to inspire writers, readers, and thinkers today. Now Edna OBrien, herself one of Irelands great writers, approaches the master as only a fellow countryman can. From Joyces adolescence through his travels abroad to the publication of Ulysses-the scandalous masterpiece that was initially banned in the U nited States but later hailed as one of the most brilliant novels of the twentieth century-OBrien traces the arc of Joyces remarkable life. Her biography is a tribute, at once affectionate and stern, from a contemporary writer to one of our most significant literary ancestors.
Año de publicación:2011
No hay reseñas aún, sé el primero en reseñar este libro.