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Katherine Mullin offers a detailed account of Joyce's lifelong battle against censorship. She reveals how Joyce responded to Edwardian ideologies of social purity by accentuating the contentious or offensive elements in such works as Ulysses, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and Dubliners. This important book, based on prodigious archival research, will change the way Joyce is read and offers crucial insights into the sexual politics of Modernism.
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