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James Joyce, 1926. Photo: Berenice Abbott. MoMA. Joyce wearing an eye patch; he never actually lost an eye, but claimed the patch helped his failing eyesight.
February 2, 1882|
January 13, 1941 (aged 58)|
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce (1882 – 1941) was an Irish novelist and poet, considered to be one of the most influential writers in the modernist avant-garde of the early 20th century. He is best known for his novel Ulysses.
- Dubliners, 1914.
- A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1916.
- Ulysses, 1918–.
- Finnegans Wake, 1939.
- Transition journal.
- Collected works
- The Collected Works, ed. pynch, self-published, 2016.
- Seon Manley (ed.), James Joyce: Two Decades of Criticism, Vanguard, 1948; exp.ed., 1963, OL.
- Richard Ellmann, James Joyce, 1959; new ed., rev., Oxford University Press, 1982.
- Gordon Bowker, James Joyce: A New Biography, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2011, 608 pp.
- Jacques Derrida on Joyce (and technology)
- The James Joyce Scholars' Collection, ed. David Hayman.
- Joyce on The Modernist Lab website, Yale U.
- Infinite Ulysses, participative project to annotate and interpret Joyce's Ulysses, 2015-2016
- One Hundred Years of James Joyce's Ulysses, online exhibition, The Morgan Library & Museum, NYC
- Gisèle Freund Photographs of James Joyce in Paris
- A letter to Nora, 1909.