Edited Christine O'Neill. First edition. xix+252 pages. Cloth. Fine in fine dustjacket. This text includes some of Fritz Senn's essays on James Joyce since the mid-1980s. Written mainly on "Ulysses", they demonstrate his regard for Joyce's text in all its detail. Rather than attempting a broad overview of Senn's writing or illustrating a single theme, the collection is meant to show this critic's lifelong interest in the workings of language-its limitations, its disruptive energies, its allusive potential within and beyond a single work. In particular, they illustrate Senn's ongoing concern with problems of annotation as well as with the pleasurable and active participation of the reader.
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