An original writer: James Joyce, by Aurelio Miró Quesada Sosa

James Joyce T S Eliot

Antonio Marichalar in the western magazineand Valery Larbaud in The Nouvelle Revue Française, have lately covered, with admiration and enthusiasm, the major works of this Irish novelist. They are both magazines, publications made with high artistic criteria and looking for —the watchful eye— vibrant and sincere works that represent a heartbeat of the 19th century. … Read more

CENTENARY OF ULYSSES BY JAMES JOYCE. (II) – Veraz Newspaper

CENTENARY OF ULYSSES BY JAMES JOYCE I Veraz Newspaper

’12/15/2022′ ’12/15/2022′ “Complex, demanding, but brilliant novel.” mtro. Jose Miguel Naranjo Ramirez. In the traditional novel, the reader is used to knowing linear stories, the events happen in a logical, chronological, orderly order, the characters are clearly defined and this makes the reading fluid, without complications. With James Joyce’s Ulysses things changed radically, although there … Read more

Eveline | James Joyce | Literature | Society | the old mole

Eveline James Joyce Literature Society the

Sitting in front of the window, she watched the night invade the avenue. Her head was leaning against the window curtains, and the smell of dusty cretonne was in her nose. I was tired. Few people passed: the man from the last house walked by on his way home, heard his footsteps clatter on the … Read more

He was James Joyce, the writer who revolutionized the modern novel | e-consulta.com

James Augustine Aloysius Joyce, better known as James Joycewas a writer Irish considered one of the most outstanding and influential authors internationally of the twentieth century. Joyce was born on February 2, 1882 in Dublin, Ireland in the middle of a catholic family and lower middle class who faced financial and health difficultiesdue to his … Read more

Captives of Evil #22: Pedro González Mira and Magüi Mira, the musicians of Stalin and James Joyce in theater – Digital Journalist

Captives of Evil 22 Pedro Gonzalez Mira and Magui Mira

More information In the twenty-second installment of “Cautivos del mal”, the journalist and philologist David Felipe Arranz first interviews the professor and music critic Pedro González Mira about his latest book, Stalin’s musicians (Berenice), and then to the playwright, performer and stage director Magüi Mira, who has just premiered Magüi Mira Molly Bloomat the Teatro … Read more

CENTENARY OF ULYSSES BY JAMES JOYCE. (I) – Veraz Newspaper

CENTENARY OF ULYSSES BY JAMES JOYCE I Veraz Newspaper

’12/12/2022′ ’12/12/2022′ “Complex, demanding, but brilliant novel.” mtro. Jose Miguel Naranjo Ramirez. It all happened on June 16, 1904 in an average time of 18 hours. Yes, the history made up of 809 pages[1] it happens in a brief instant, which at the same time is a vast universe. Why is reading the novel complex … Read more

Five authors tell us why you should read ‘Ulysses’, by James Joyce… or not

Not a few have stayed on the path of reading the novel that opened the doors to modernity. Naturally, nothing happens if you are not able to read a work that never made it easy for the reader. Laura Fernández, Rodrigo Fresán, Javier Pérez Andújar, Agustín Fernández Mallo and Kiko Amat answer our question. For … Read more