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Joyce, J


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  • ISBN: 978-1-84717-247-1
  • 256 страниц
  • январь 2013
  • O\'Brien Press
С 1999 года книга «Dubliners» переиздавалась 12 раз. Дата первого издания «Dubliners»: декабрь 1999 года, последнее, 12-е издание вышло в январе 2013 года.

Аннотация к книге "Dubliners"

Dubliners is a wonderfully engaging and accessible collection of stories by James Joyce, an author famed for being difficult to read. It contains The Dead, made into a memorable film by John Huston. This beautiful new edition has been chosen as the One Book, One City title for Dublin in 2012 and will be heavily promoted with events and advertising as well as in the press.

Аннотация к изданию: апрель 2004 года (издательство "Dover", ISBN 0-486-26870-5)

Although James Joyce began these stories of Dublin life in 1904, when he was 22, and had completed them by the end of 1907, they remained unpublished until 1914 - victims of Edwardian squeamishness. Their vivid, tightly focused observations of the lives of Dublin`s poorer classes, their unconventional themes, coarse language and mention of actual people and places made publishers of the day reluctant to undertake sponsorship.
Today, however, the stories are admired for their intense and...

Аннотация к изданию: декабрь 1999 года (издательство "Wordsworth Editions Ltd.", ISBN 1-85326-048-7)

Living overseas but writing, always, about his native city, Joyce made Dublin unforgettable. The stories in "Dubliners" show us truants, seducers, gossips, rally-drivers, generous hostesses, corrupt politicians, failing priests, amateur theologians, struggling musicians, moony adolescents, victims of domestic brutishness, sentimental aunts and poets, patriots earnest or cynical, and people simply striving to get by. In every sense an international figure, Joyce was faithful to his own country by seeing it unflinchingly and challenging every precedent and piety in Irish literature.

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