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By James Joyce

The portrayal of Stephen Dedalus's Dublin early life and early life, his quest for identification via paintings and his sluggish emancipation from the claims of kin, faith and eire itself, is additionally an indirect self-portrait of the younger James Joyce and a common testomony to the artist's 'eternal imagination'.

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71 The parents are unable to conceive of social relations except those defined by class. ’ 72 And when the mother cannot maintain her sense of position within the community on account of their intensely genteel poverty, she is eventually broken by ‘her violent anger and misery and disgust’ and takes to her couch, adopting the pose of the invalid. In the second vignette, Lawrence contrasts the attitude of the Lindley parents with the introduction of the Durants. The two families are shown over their midday meals espousing contrasting positions towards service in response to Alfred’s decision to join the navy.

She recognized the necessity of experimenting with narrative techniques in order to provide a more complete representation of women’s inner lives. In Egerton’s work, we have an early English example of the complex interplay between experimentation and transgression closely associated with literary modernism and the modern short story. ’ 12 Head emphasizes the means by which the genre is particularly well-suited to aesthetic engagements with the modern world. Egerton’s experiments with form, for example, were the primary means by which she sought to capture the vicissitudes of women’s experiences.

The immediate success of ‘Great-Uncle McCarthy’ and the stories that followed encouraged Longmans and Green, the magazine’s publishers, to commission a collection of stories. M. (1899) was published the next year. M. appeared in 1908, bringing the saga of Major Yeates, Resident Magistrate, into the twentieth century. M. stories, which are too often dismissed as ‘stage-Irish’ tales or rousing hunting yarns. ’ 23 In story after story, gender and class relations emerge as anything but fixed; the expectations of Major Yeates and the reader are repeatedly subverted and undermined.

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