Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
A complex, changing age requires a complex, flexible medium of expression and interpretation, conventional words and structure may provide clumsy and inadequate to probe the depth of unspoken emotions and thought process or to encompass the stream of life through which individuals pass in every day or a lifetime. The stream-of-consciousness style as developed by James Joyce in Ulysses employs new linguistic and structural techniques in order to portray complex and subtle impressions and relationships.
Back, Edith E., "Linguistic experiments and techniques in James Joyce's "Ulysses"" (1953). Student Work. 3216.
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