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“Challenges the unhelpful polarization of Lawrence and Joyce in a lot twentieth-century literary feedback and provides interesting possible choices to what's without doubt a reductive method of the achievements of either writers.”—Fiona Becket, writer of The whole severe consultant to D. H. Lawrence
“A groundbreaking assortment. Sexuality, censorship, publishing, and competition are all taken care of with a clean eye; state-of-the-art archival learn is dropped at the fore; and new views resembling ecocriticism are one of the highlights.”—Susan Mooney, writer of The creative Censoring of Sexuality
Modernism’s such a lot contentious competitors, James Joyce and D. H. Lawrence, have been polar opposites—stylistically, in my opinion, and professionally—yet their lives, works, and careers endure notable similarities. They shared an identical literary agent, released within the similar literary magazines, fought criminal battles opposed to censorship, and have been either pirated by means of Samuel Roth. this can be the 1st booklet to discover the resonances among the 2 writers, shattering the old silence among Joyceans and Lawrentians.

The parallels run deep among those epic figures of the literary canon, and this quantity explores the vintage modernist paradoxes shared by way of the 2 writers. either have been without delay syncretists and shatterers, bourgeois cosmopolitans, prudish libertines, displaced nostalgists, and rebels opposed to their local lands. contemplating mutual topics akin to gender, category, horseracing, nature, faith, exile, and modernism’s fascination with Egyptology, those essays spotlight the various intersections within the significant novels and brief fiction of Joyce and Lawrence. Modernists at Odds is a protracted past due prolonged comparability of 2 of the main compelling writers of the 20 th century.

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