James Joyce By Benjamin Addeo

Writing Style

Joyce's style consists of three major things. In the majority of his writings, he heavily relies on his structure, dialogue, and characterization. He often uses the events that take place in the main character's life to give his stories structure. The dialogue in his stories can often be coarse and vulgar, while at other times being prim and proper.

Main Themes

James Joyce's writing has a variety of themes, depending on the story. Some of these themes are the desire for escape, the intersection of life and death, the prison of daily routine, the remorse of conscience, and the need for multiple perspectives.

List of Works

Ulysses, Dubliners, Finnegan's Wake, The Dead, Araby, Eveline, The Sisters, and The Boarding House.

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