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Reading Derrida, Reading Joyce, Hardback Book

Reading Derrida, Reading Joyce Hardback

Part of the Florida James Joyce Series series



This work analyzes Derrida's uses of Joyce within his own work and demonstrates how Joyce's writings operate deconstructively.

Alan Roughley offers readings of both Joyce and Derrida texts, in particular ""Finnegan's Wake"" and ""Glas"".

Exploring how Joyce's ghost haunts many of Derrida's major works, he concentrates on two areas: how Derrida reads Joyce and sees his work as deconstructive, and how English-speaking Joyceans have made use of Derrida's theories.

The study demonstrates specific ways in which the major works of one of the century's most important writers are some of the most powerful forces in the work of the century's most complex and controversial theorists.



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