The Complete Works of James Joyce (Inline Footnotes) - James Joyce

The Complete Works of James Joyce (Inline Footnotes)

By James Joyce

  • Release Date: 2016-12-11
  • Genre: Classics


James Joyce was an Irish writer and a key figure in the development of modernist literature. Born in 1882 in Dublin, Joyce was deeply influenced by his Irish heritage and his Catholic upbringing, themes that would later appear in his writing.

Joyce's most famous work, "Ulysses," is a groundbreaking novel that explores the lives of ordinary people in Dublin over the course of a single day. The book's experimental narrative style, use of stream-of-consciousness technique, and focus on the inner lives of its characters challenged the conventions of traditional storytelling and had a profound impact on the development of modernist literature.

Joyce's other notable works include "Dubliners," a collection of short stories that explore the lives of ordinary Dubliners, and "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," a semi-autobiographical novel that follows the life of a young man growing up in Dublin.

In addition to his contributions to literature, Joyce was also a social critic and a cultural icon. He was an active participant in the literary and artistic scenes of Dublin, Paris, and Zurich, where he spent much of his life, and his work continues to be celebrated and studied by scholars and readers around the world.

The Complete Works of James Joyce.

Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents.  

The Novels of James Joyce.
A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man.
Finnegans Wake. (Inline Footnotes)
Stephen Hero.

The Play of James Joyce.

The Short Stories of James Joyce.
The Cat and the Devil.

The Poetry of James Joyce.
Chamber Music. 
Poems From The Chamber Music Cycle.
Poems Penyeach.
Youthful Poems.
Occasional Poems.

Other Writings of James Joyce.
Epiphanies. (1898-1904)
Giacomo Joyce.
Fragments from Work in Progress.
Drafts for Ulysses and Finnegans Wake.

The Complete Critical Writing  of James Joyce.

The Complete Letters  of James Joyce 1890-1941.