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Joyce and the Perverse Ideal (Studies in Major Literary Authors) ebook

by David Cotter


Cotter draws upon psychoanalytic theory and social history to illustrate the subversive power of perversity in the literature of the modern period. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Currently a resident of Beijing, David Cotter received his P. from Trinity College

Currently a resident of Beijing, David Cotter received his P. from Trinity College. He has published poetry in a number of journals, and an essay, "Notes from the Rathmines Underground," in Critical Ireland: New Voices in Literature and Culture. Studies in Major Literary Authors features outstanding scholarship on celebrated and neglected authors of both canonical and lesser-known texts. Learn mor. ubject Categories. BISAC Subject Codes/Headings: LIT000000. LITERARY CRITICISM, General

David Cotter's ambitious and packed study, James Joyce and the Perverse Ideal, seeks to explore .

David Cotter's ambitious and packed study, James Joyce and the Perverse Ideal, seeks to explore "sexual perversity" by looking at Bloom's masochism (1). The book opens with the following assertion: The elements of sexual masochism in Joyce are typically either ignored or disdained: they make us feel uncomfortable

David Cotter argues that such an examination is key to understanding the .

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Cotter draws upon psychoanalytic theory and social history to illustrate the subversive power of 'perversity' in the literature of the modern period.

Main Author: Cotter, David. Joyce, Derrida, Lacan and the Trauma of History : Reading, Narrative, and Postcolonialism Joyce and Company. by: Pierce, Prof David. Studies in Major Literary Authors Ser. Subjects: Joyce, James, 1882-1941 Knowledge Psychology. Psychological fiction, English History and criticism. Masochism in literature. Joyce, Derrida, Lacan and the Trauma of History : Reading, Narrative, and Postcolonialism. by: Boheemen, Christine van. Published: (1999). Joyce : A Guide for the Perplexed.

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Representations of masochism - both overt and oblique - permeate the work of James Joyce. While a number of critics have noted this, to date there has been no sustained and focused analysis of this trope in his writings. David Cotter argues that such an examination is key to understanding the meanings and messages of Joyce's work. Adding further dimensions to moral, political and aesthetic considerations in the novels and stories - particularly Ulysses - this book provides a comprehensive account of masochistic elements in James Joyce's work. Cotter draws upon psychoanalytic theory and social history to illustrate the subversive power of perversity in the literature of the modern period.

This edition first Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Joyce and the Perverse Ideal (Studies in Major Literary Authors) ebook
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