James Joyce BBC Radio Collection - 
      James Joyce
    
      Gordon Bowker
    
      Andrew Scott
    
      Frances Barber
    
      null
    
      Henry Goodman
    
      Jim Norton
    
      Niamh Cusack
    
      Stephen Rea

James Joyce BBC Radio Collection

Ulysses, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man & Dubliners

; Gordon Bowker ; Andrew Scott (Oppleser) ; Frances Barber (Oppleser) ; null (Oppleser) ; Henry Goodman (Oppleser) ; Jim Norton (Oppleser) ; Niamh Cusack (Oppleser) ; Stephen Rea (Oppleser)

Three BBC radio productions of major works by James Joyce - plus Gordon Bowker's fascinating biographical account of his life Les mer
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Three BBC radio productions of major works by James Joyce - plus Gordon Bowker's fascinating biographical account of his life
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781787533363
Format: 14 x 14 cm
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James Augustine Aloysius Joyce was born on 2 February 1882 in Rathgar, Dublin and educated at Jesuit schools before attending University College, Dublin. After graduating, he left Ireland for Paris, at first to study medicine, but returned home after a year when his mother became ill. Joyce struggled to make a living in Dublin, and soon left the country again, this time in the company of Nora Barnacle, who would be his life-long companion and mother of his two children. Settling in Trieste, Joyce taught English and began once more to write. He published a volume of verse, Chamber Music in 1907, which was followed by Dubliners in 1914, and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, which was published serially in the Egoist magazine. These works won Joyce the attention of Ezra Pound, and through Pound, the patronage of publisher Harriet Shaw Weaver. In 1920, Joyce moved to Paris, where he began writing Ulysses, though by now suffering severe difficulties with his sight. Ulysses was published in 1922, and was celebrated as a work of immense literary importance by writers such as T.S.Eliot and Hemingway. It was followed by Finnegan's Wake, published in its completed form in 1939. Joyce and his family fled the German occupation of France by moving to Zurich in 1940, but his health rapidly worsened, and he died on 13 January 1941.