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Onno Kosters

Samuel Beckett's novel contains many echoes of works by his fellow Irishman James Joyce. Form, content and rewriting of his Joyce sources suggest that Beckett set out both to pay tribute to his recently deceased friend and to find his own voice by freeing himself from Joyce's influence.

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Onno Kosters, Tim Conley and Peter de Voogd

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A Long the Krommerun

Selected Papers from the Utrecht James Joyce Symposium

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A LONG THE KROMMERUN offers a selection of the best papers delivered at the XXIV International James Joyce Symposium hosted by Utrecht University, the Netherlands, June 2014. The essays offer fresh insights into Joyce and De Stijl aesthetic movement which originated in the Netherlands, Joyce’s (language) politics, his use of multilingualism and dialects, and, by way of close readings and genetic approaches of Finnegans Wake, the intricate ways Joyce communicates with his readers.

Contributors: Boriana A. Alexandrova, Stephanie Boland, Austin Briggs, Tim Conley, Catherine Flynn, Philip Keel Geheber, Robbert-Jan Henkes, Maria Kager, Katherine O’Callaghan, So Onose, David Pascoe, Sam Slote, David Spurr, and Dirk Van Hulle.