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By Italo Svevo

Dans cette conférence donnée en 1927, Italo Svevo se fait tant analyste affuté que portraitiste passionné. De son amitié avec James Joyce, rencontré à Trieste en 1906, l'Italien confie los angeles genèse : ignoré par l. a. critique et en manque de lecteurs, il abandonne l'écriture et entre dans l. a. fabrique de vernis de son beau-père. Pour arpenter l'Europe en tant que advertisement, il se voit obligé de suivre des cours d'anglais à l'École Berlitz de los angeles ville, où James Joyce, de vingt ans son cadet, enseigne. De là naît une amitié, une "affinité élective" qui se traduit par l'échange d'ouvrages, de conseils et des encouragements mutuels. Joyce s'avérera d'ailleurs être los angeles clé de voûte du rayonnement européen de l'œuvre de Svevo.

Cette conférence constitue une voie d’accès originale à l'univers fascinant de l'auteur de Finnegans Wake. L'approche biographique est complétée par une interprétation brillante de Ulysse. Au fil d'une examine méticuleuse et critique de l'ouvrage, Svevo entend mettre au jour des clefs de lecture. L'une d'elle serait à trouver du côté de Stephen Dedalus, personnage aux multiples facettes, qui incarne à ses yeux l'alter ego de l'écrivain irlandais. Celui qui aurait inspiré Léopold Bloom, le héros primary du chef d'œuvre, nous livre ici une poétique inspirée et inspirante de los angeles vie et de l'œuvre de Joyce.

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Here are some Brontëesque books to read as well: Jasper Fforde’s The E yre Affair (see page 6 in Book Lust) Mardi McConnochie’s Coldwater (an imaginative intertwining of fictionalized biography with literary fact) Sharon Shinn’s Jenna Starborn ( Jane Eyre in outer space—no kidding) Jane Urquhart’s Changing Heaven (doomed lovers and the ghost of Emily Brontë) B R O N T Ë S f O R E V E R  Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea (a prequel to Jane Eyre that describes Mrs. Whether he’s recounting his excursions around Britain, in Australia, or on the Appalachian Trail, or talking about words and language and everything else in (and out of) the world, he is always entertaining, informative, and a pleasure to read.

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