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James Joyce

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Item Description: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2017. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Exiles is James Joyce s only extant play and draws on the story of The Dead, the final short story in Joyce s story collection Dubliners. The play was rejected by W. B. Yeats for production by the Abbey Theatre. Its first major London performance was in 1970, when Harold Pinter directed it at the Mermaid Theatre. In terms of both its critical and popular reception, Exiles has proven the least successful of all of Joyce s published works. In making his case for the defence of the play, Padraic Colum conceded: . .critics have recorded their feeling that [Exiles] has not the enchantment of Portrait of the Artist nor the richness of [Ulysses]. They have noted that Exiles has the shape of an Ibsen play and have discounted it as being the derivative work of a young admirer of the great Scandinavian dramatist. Summary: Joyce himself described the structure of the play as three cat and mouse acts. The play follows four players and two couples, Richard Rowan, a writer and his common-law wife Bertha, and Robert Hand with his cousin and previous lover Beatrice, both old friends of the previous couple. The plot is deceptively simple: Richard, a writer, returns to Ireland from Rome with Bertha, the mother of his illegitimate son, Archie. While there, he meets his former lover and correspondent Beatrice Justice and former drinking partner and now successful journalist Robert Hand. Robert was also Beatrice s lover, and here the complications begin. [2] As jealousy develops throughout the relationships the action meditates mostly in a budding relationship between Hand and Bertha and thus in Hand s attempts at seduction with the lover of his friend. The first act takes place at Rowan s house where Hand makes his first advance at Bertha. After kissing her with passion several times Hand requests she join him in his home for a second meeting later that evening. Bertha in turn confides in Rowan and questions whether or not to accept his invitation. To this, Rowan retorts she must do whatever she pleases. In the second act, Hand waits, expecting Bertha at the appointed hour but instead is surprised when Rowan appears. Calmly, Rowan explains his knowledge of Hand s attempts at wooing Bertha but is interrupted when Bertha herself knocks at the door. Rowan returns home, leaving his wife alone with Hand who continues his advances toward Bertha. The act ends inconclusively, with Hand asking if Bertha loves him, and Bertha explaining: I like you, Robert. I think you are good. Are you satisfied? The third act returns to Rowan s home at seven o clock the following morning. Bertha s maid informs her of Rowan s departure from the home an hour earlier, as he left for a walk on the strand. Printed in the morning newspapers is a favourable article written about Rowan, written the previous evening by Hand himself. The events of the previous night between Bertha and Hand are unclear, as both parties agree it was a dream. But appearances demonstrate Hand and Bertha shared a sacred night of love. Hand reports to Rowan, assuring him Bertha in fact did not stay the night but instead Hand spent the night alone. Claiming to have visited the Vice-Chancellor s lodge, returned home to write the newspaper article, then gone to a nightclub where he picked up a divorcee and had sex with her ( what the subtle Duns Scotus calls a death of the spirit took place ) in the cab on the way home. Following this conversation, Hand leaves his cousin s house in Surrey while Rowan and Bertha are reconciled. Bertha admits that she longs to meet her lover, but asserts that the lover is Rowan himself.The resolution of the play lies precisely in the sense of doubt about what occurred between Hand and Bertha between Acts Two and Three. Rowan is wounded by the sense of doubt that he admits he longed for. James Augustine Aloysius Joyce (2 February 1882 - 13 January 1941) was an Irish novelist, short story writer, and poet. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781546812784

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Item Description: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2017. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Exiles is James Joyce s only extant play and draws on the story of The Dead, the final short story in Joyce s story collection Dubliners. The play was rejected by W. B. Yeats for production by the Abbey Theatre. Its first major London performance was in 1970, when Harold Pinter directed it at the Mermaid Theatre. In terms of both its critical and popular reception, Exiles has proven the least successful of all of Joyce s published works. In making his case for the defence of the play, Padraic Colum conceded: . .critics have recorded their feeling that [Exiles] has not the enchantment of Portrait of the Artist nor the richness of [Ulysses]. They have noted that Exiles has the shape of an Ibsen play and have discounted it as being the derivative work of a young admirer of the great Scandinavian dramatist. Summary: Joyce himself described the structure of the play as three cat and mouse acts. The play follows four players and two couples, Richard Rowan, a writer and his common-law wife Bertha, and Robert Hand with his cousin and previous lover Beatrice, both old friends of the previous couple. The plot is deceptively simple: Richard, a writer, returns to Ireland from Rome with Bertha, the mother of his illegitimate son, Archie. While there, he meets his former lover and correspondent Beatrice Justice and former drinking partner and now successful journalist Robert Hand. Robert was also Beatrice s lover, and here the complications begin. [2] As jealousy develops throughout the relationships the action meditates mostly in a budding relationship between Hand and Bertha and thus in Hand s attempts at seduction with the lover of his friend. The first act takes place at Rowan s house where Hand makes his first advance at Bertha. After kissing her with passion several times Hand requests she join him in his home for a second meeting later that evening. Bertha in turn confides in Rowan and questions whether or not to accept his invitation. To this, Rowan retorts she must do whatever she pleases. In the second act, Hand waits, expecting Bertha at the appointed hour but instead is surprised when Rowan appears. Calmly, Rowan explains his knowledge of Hand s attempts at wooing Bertha but is interrupted when Bertha herself knocks at the door. Rowan returns home, leaving his wife alone with Hand who continues his advances toward Bertha. The act ends inconclusively, with Hand asking if Bertha loves him, and Bertha explaining: I like you, Robert. I think you are good. Are you satisfied? The third act returns to Rowan s home at seven o clock the following morning. Bertha s maid informs her of Rowan s departure from the home an hour earlier, as he left for a walk on the strand. Printed in the morning newspapers is a favourable article written about Rowan, written the previous evening by Hand himself. The events of the previous night between Bertha and Hand are unclear, as both parties agree it was a dream. But appearances demonstrate Hand and Bertha shared a sacred night of love. Hand reports to Rowan, assuring him Bertha in fact did not stay the night but instead Hand spent the night alone. Claiming to have visited the Vice-Chancellor s lodge, returned home to write the newspaper article, then gone to a nightclub where he picked up a divorcee and had sex with her ( what the subtle Duns Scotus calls a death of the spirit took place ) in the cab on the way home. Following this conversation, Hand leaves his cousin s house in Surrey while Rowan and Bertha are reconciled. Bertha admits that she longs to meet her lover, but asserts that the lover is Rowan himself.The resolution of the play lies precisely in the sense of doubt about what occurred between Hand and Bertha between Acts Two and Three. Rowan is wounded by the sense of doubt that he admits he longed for. James Augustine Aloysius Joyce (2 February 1882 - 13 January 1941) was an Irish novelist, short story writer, and poet. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781546812784

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Joyce, James (Levin, Harry Intro, Notes)

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Item Description: Viking Press Pub P-30 1946,1967,June, NY, 1946. paperback. Book Condition: Good. GOOD Condition, cover folds.book bit rubbed PAPERBACK; 762pg thick pages; Yellow & Green Paper Covers.minor ink checkmarks on contents page. Bookseller Inventory # 92140

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Tindall, William York, 1903-1981.

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Item Description: New York, Noonday Press, 1959, 1959. Paperback. Book Condition: Acceptable. Worn and pages browned and wavy from moisture. *NOTE* Stock photo may not represent the actual book for sale. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000479138

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Joyce, James (Levin, Harry Intro, Notes)

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Joyce, James

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Item Description: New York, Noonday Press, 1959, 1959. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 304 p. 21 cm. ; LCCN: 59-15126 ; OCLC: 324529 ; LC: PR6019.O9; Dewey: 823.912 ; stiff paper wrappers ; Contents : Dubliners -- A portrait of the artist as a young man -- Stephen Hero: a note -- Exiles -- Ulysses -- Finnegans Wake ; "First published in 1959, William York Tindall's Reader's Guide is still considered to be the best introduction to the complex writings of James Joyce. 'Much of this detailed (often page-by-page) interpretation of Joyce's works reads like a free but academic outline offered for discussion and comment, and this is its strength. Tindall's summary and interpretation of the books in the Joyce canon emphasizes allusions, relationships, and parallels in world literature and utilizes his extensive knowledge of psychology."- Herbert Cahoon, Library Journal. ; name on inside front cover ; title page edge-clipped ; foxed ; G. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 006588

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Royal Shakespeare Company.

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Item Description: London: Aldwych Theatre., 1971. Book Condition: Good. Theatrical poster. 12 x 20 inches. Presented by the Governors of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon; directed by Peggy Ascroft, Peter Brook, Peter Hall and Trevor Nunn for the 1971/72 season, Booking Period 3, August 30 - November 13. Near fine with light wear around edges. Bookseller Inventory # 54-2168

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Item Description: keine Angabe, vermutlich Bath Classics keine Angabe, nicht angegeben. Kunstleder. Book Condition: gut. 10 kleine Bändchen im grünen Kunstledereinband mit Rundum-Goldschnitt und Lesebändchen in grüner Orginal-Box. Zustand: Der Präsentkarton ist leicht berieben, die Büchlein sind wie neu. Die Titel: + A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man + Dubliners + Ulysses -3 Bände + Finnegan's Wake -3 Bände + Exiles + Great Collection Of Short Stories In englischer Sprache. pages. 117mm x 80mm. Bookseller Inventory # 1511-006-016

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John MacNicholas

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ISBN 10: 0824097815 ISBN 13: 9780824097813

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Item Description: Garland, New York, 1979. Hardcover. First Edition. 8vo. 208 pp. Green cloth. Book condition: Near Fine. Slight wear to corners, touch of foxing to top edge. Bookseller Inventory # x00554

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