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James Joyce
   uttered the last words   
"Does Nobody Understand?"
James Joyce
   wrote   
Ulysses
A massive novel of 250,000 words; first on a list of the 100 best English novels of the 20th century by "Modern Library"
'Nightpiece' by James Joyce
   has the opening lines   
Gaunt in Gloom, The Pale Stars Their Torches, Enshrouded, Wave.
James Joyce (1882 – 1941), most famous for his novel Ulysses (1922) was an Irish expatriate.
James Joyce
   wrote   
Finnegan's Wake
Joyce's last novel took seventeen years to complete
James Joyce
   wrote   
Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man
A semi-autobiographical novel published as a serial in "The Egoist" from 1914 to 1915
James Joyce
   was born on   
February 2, 1882
Author of Ulysses and Finnegan's Wake
James Joyce
   stands/stood in   
North Earl St.
Prick with the Stick
James Joyce Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
James Joyce
   is known as a   
Novelist
James Joyce
   was born in   
Dublin, Ireland
1882-1941. An Irish novelist, revolutionized the treatment of plot and characterization in fiction
1882
      
James Joyce Was Born
1941
      
James Joyce Died
1941
   was the year   
James Joyce Died
David Del Tredici
   composed   
Four Songs on Poems of James Joyce
For voice and piano, 1959
James Joyce
   wrote   
Dubliners
James Joyce
   wrote   
A Little Cloud
1883-1941
James Joyce
   wrote   
Araby
In the collection, Dubliners, (1914)
James Joyce
   wrote   
Clay
In Dubliners
James Joyce
   wrote   
Ivy Day in the Committee Room
In Dubliners
James Joyce
   created the character   
Stephen Dedalus
Ulysses and Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
James Joyce
   created the character   
Leopold Bloom
Ulysses
James Joyce
   created the character   
Humphrey Chimpden Earwicker
Finnegan's Wake
James Joyce
   created the character   
Buck Mulligan
Ulysses
James Joyce
   wrote   
An Encounter
James Joyce
   wrote   
The Dead
James Joyce
   created the character   
Molly Bloom
Ulysses, 1922
Morkin House
   was created by   
James Joyce
From "Dubliners", 1914
James Joyce
   wrote   
The Sisters
James Joyce
   wrote   
Eveline
James Joyce
   wrote   
After the Race
James Joyce
   said   
"A Man’s Errors Are His Portals of Discovery"
Irish novelist
1933
   was the year   
US Ban on James Joyce's Ulysses Was Lifted
Banned for being obscene since 1921






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