Definition of James joyce
1. Noun. Influential Irish writer noted for his many innovations (such as stream of consciousness writing) (1882-1941).
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1. Unicorns by James Huneker (1917)
"CHAPTER XVI james joyce WHO is james joyce? is a question that was ... But James Joyce, potentially a poet, and a realist of the De Maupassant breed, ..."
2. Ireland's Literary Renaissance by Ernest Augustus Boyd (1922)
"james joyce. LORD DUN- SANY. JAMES STEPHENS. LADY GREGORY. CONCLUSION ANGLO-IRISH literature has been rich in poetry and drama, but the absence of good ..."
3. The Critical Game by John Albert Macy (1922)
"james joyce. IN the preface of "Pendennis" Thackeray says: "Since the author of 'Tom Jones' was buried, no writer of fiction among us has been permitted to ..."
4. The Book of Modern British Verse by William Stanley Braithwaite (1919)
"45 Love Came to Us james joyce LOVE came to us in time gone by When one at twilight shyly ... It is God's will james joyce That I shall love her still ..."
5. Modern British Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1920)
"james joyce james joyce was born at Dublin, February 2, 1882, and educated in Ireland. He is best known as a highly sensitive and strikingly original writer ..."