James Joyce and Victims: Reading the Logic of Exclusion
In A Portrait and Ulysses, Joyce carefully disassembles the totality of civil society Dubliners inhabit to reveal the ways in which the church and state circumscribe citizens' imagination. The colonized, however, do possess power to deform cultural directives and to resist the roles in which colonizers cast them, but this power originates within logics which exclude and divide."--Jacket.
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