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By Vicki Mahaffey

Enigmatic, vibrant, and terse, James Joyce’s Dubliners maintains either to puzzle and to compel its readers. This number of essays by means of thirty members from seven international locations provides a progressive view of Joyce’s method and attracts out its strangely modern implications by means of starting with a unmarried strange premise: that which means in Joyce’s fiction is a fabricated from engaged interplay among or extra humans. that means isn't distributed through the writer; relatively, it really is actively negotiated among concerned and curious readers during the medium of a shared textual content. the following, pairs of specialists on Joyce’s paintings produce which means past the textual content via arguing over it, tough each other via it, and illuminating it with correct proof approximately language, background, and tradition. the result's now not an authoritative interpretation of Joyce’s number of tales yet an lively set of dialogues approximately Dubliners designed to attract the reader into its vigorous discussions.

Contributors contain: Derek Attridge, Jean-Michel Rabaté, Maud Ellmann, Anne Fogarty, Andrew Gibson, Carol Loeb Shloss, Joseph Valente

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In the second verse, the dead eerily answer that they have come back as shadows to taste the sensual delights of life ere they “freeze mid Hecla’s snows” (Hekla is a snow-covered volcano in Iceland; William Blake presents it as the realm of winter in “To Winter”). “The Dead,” then, stages a whole series of dialogues or perhaps contests between living and dead that prompt us to ask, who is most “alive” to the sights and sounds of sensual life, those persons who take them for granted or those who miss them?

Michael was the archangel of denunciation: he fought Satan and barred Adam and Eve from returning to the Garden of Eden. Michael Furey, too, enters the story as an implicit denunciation of Gabriel’s self-satisfaction. 17 This last story, like Dubliners itself, stages a mighty contest between denunciation and annunciation that cannot fi nally be decided, because it is the reader’s part to enter into conversations that may help him or her do both: to labor with others in an effort to figure out what to denounce and announce in the present and in countries other than latenineteenth-century Ireland.

Freire’s way of bypassing this difficulty was to use a carefully chosen “problem-posing” or enigmatic work of art—he used visual images—to inspire active dialogue. If the image was related to problems in the larger culture, the person decoding it would fi nd it easier to decode or demystify his culture at the same time. ) This puzzling artwork (which Freire calls a “codification”) has the potential to inspire reflection, to act as a mirror (like Joyce’s nicely polished looking-glass). This mirror may reveal an image of the beholders as emotionally and economically dependent upon the very beings they despise and envy.

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