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Exiles: Literary Classics

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The only extant play by the great Irish novelist, "Exiles is of interest both for its autobiographical content and for formal reasons. In the characters and their circumstances details of Joyce's life are evident. The main character, Richard Rowan, t... weiterlesen
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Titel: Exiles: Literary Classics
Autor/en: James Joyce

ISBN: 1591020751
EAN: 9781591020752
Sprache: Englisch.
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The only extant play by the great Irish novelist, "Exiles is of interest both for its autobiographical content and for formal reasons. In the characters and their circumstances details of Joyce's life are evident. The main character, Richard Rowan, the moody, tormented writer who is at odds with both his wife and the parochial Irish society around him, is clearly a portrait of Joyce himself. The character of Rowan's wife, Bertha, is certainly influenced by Joyce's lover and later wife, Nora Barnacle. And, as in real life, the play depicts the couple with a young son and Rowan, like Joyce, has returned to Ireland because of his mother's illness and subsequent death. Joyce's decision to express himself in the form of a play no doubt reflects his long admiration of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. In the largely interior drama focused on the characters' relationships, the undertones of guilt, and the longing for freedom one sees similarities with Ibsen's themes. Above all, Joyce emulated the Scandinavian master in making the central issue of his drama the conflict between individual freedom and a demanding, judgmental society. In "Exiles the protagonists struggle with the choice between living in defiance of the rigid conventions of Irish society or exile from their homeland. Though lesser-known, "Exiles, written after "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and while Joyce was working on "Ulysses, provides interesting insights into the development of the creative gifts of a literary genius.

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