Joyce and the Science of Rhythm

Concluding with an analysis of Joyce recording the Wake, this book will interest those working in the fields of Joyce studies, Irish studies, prosody and literary modernism.

Author: William Martin

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 1137275472

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Joyce and the Science of Rhythm situates the modernist writings of James Joyce within the context of the scientific discourse on 'rhythm' that emerged in the late nineteenth century. Drawing on a number of new sources, each chapter focuses on a particular aspect of rhythm, including the meters of Chamber Music, the dialogues of Dubliners, the narrative 'tension' of Joyce's Portrait and the periodic movements of city in Ulysses. Concluding with an analysis of Joyce recording the Wake, this book will interest those working in the fields of Joyce studies, Irish studies, prosody and literary modernism.

Joyce and the Science of Rhythm

As it iswellknown, Joyce develops a structural conceptionof rhythm inthe
Parisnotebook (1903) that is reproduced in the ... butit shouldbe recognized
thatthe rise ofthe rhythmic science had a more profound impactonhis rhythmic
practice.

Author: W. Martin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137309458

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 223

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This book situates Joyce's critical writings within the context of an emerging discourse on the psychology of rhythm, suggesting that A Portrait of the Artist dramatizes the experience of rhythm as the subject matter of the modernist novel. Including comparative analyses of the lyrical prose of Virginia Woolf and the 'cadences' of the Imagists, Martin outlines a new concept of the 'modern period' that describes the interaction between poetry and prose in the literature of the early twentieth century.

Linguistic Features of the Stream of consciousness Techniques of James Joyce Virginia Woolf and Eugene O Neill

Joyce, S., My Brother's Keeper, London 1958. KAINz, F., Psychologie der
Sprache I—IV, Stuttgart 1941—1956. KENNER, H., "James Joyce: Comedian of
the Inventory”, Perspectives on Fiction, ed. ... "Ing-forms in the Service of Rhythm
and Style in Virginia Woolf's The Waves”, Neuphilologische Mitteilungen LXI,
1960, 1, 79–97. ... ”The Language of James Joyce”, Science and Society 3, 1939,
482—497.

Author: Liisa Dahl

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Category: Drama

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Explorations on Martha Rogers Science of Unitary Human Beings

... McDonald's Study Joyce J. Fitzpatrick McDonald chose to focus her study on a
specific clinical problem , chronic pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis .
Basing her hypothesis on the rhythm theory component of Rogers '
conceptualization ...

Author: Violet M. Malinski

Publisher: Prentice Hall

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Category: Medical

Page: 207

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Aufsatzsammlung zur Entwicklung der Idee und Theorie "Science of Unitary Human Beings" von Martha Rogers und zur Weiterentwicklung und praktischen Anwendung dieser Theorie in der Krankenpflege und in Studien.

Language Science Monographs

... in its legitimate slot would add nothing to the meaning and would only destroy
the rhyme and the rhythm gained by the ... on James Joyce ' s remark concerning
the choice of words : ' There is something right about James Joyce ' s reported ...

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Performance Technology Science

VA PERFORMANCE O SCIENCE Cybernetics and Rhythms у the end of the last
century , it was apparent that the impact of media ... digital culture of the re - mix
described in Paul D. Miller's ( DJ Spooky ) audio recordings and his recent book ,
Rhythm Science . What's surprising about DJ Spooky's tracks is that they mix
music also with early modernist writers or Dada artists ( James Joyce , Gertrude
Stein ...

Author: Johannes H. Birringer

Publisher: Paj Publication

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 338

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The author's writings are widely known in the United States and Europe.

Joyce the Creator

Science was beginning to suspect in Joyce ' s day that no two atoms either are or
remain the same , and Joyce suggests ... the structural rhythm ” ( U 432 ) , he
equates the most elementary conceivable form of God or the mind with Joyce ' s ...

Author: Sheldon Brivic

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Page: 177

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Science fiction Studies

Dick imitated Joyce's narrative rhythm in The Man in the High Castle , with his
blend of third person narrative and inner monologue , similar to the technique
Joyce used in the first three chapters of Ulysses ( 1922 ) . Dick's style is much
simpler ...

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Science Society

The Art of James Joyce : Method and Design in “ Ulysses ” and “ Finnegans
Wake , " by A . Walton Litz . ... to recur again and again in this interwoven body of
writing , a recurrence best epitomized by the cyclical rhythm of Finnegans Wake .

Author: Bernhard Joseph Stern

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Includes section "Book reviews."

The Aesthetics of James Joyce

Far from being ready to sacrifice literature , Joyce wished to vindicate Letters as a
locus of reconciliation for Science ... as yet untabulated , to liberate from the
personalized lumps of matter that which is their individuating rhythm ” ( Workshop
 ...

Author: Jacques Aubert

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 177

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How did James Joyce see himself in relation to Henrik Ibsen? What were his views of Nietzsche, Hegel, Coleridge, or Ruskin? When did the youthful Joyce begin to devote serious attention to aesthetics and poetics? In The Aesthetics of James Joyce Jacques Aubert examines Joyce's ideas on the function of art and literature against the background of late-nineteenth--and early-twentieth-century British and European intellectual history. Aubert focuses on Joyce's critical writings, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and Ulysses as well as on the literary and philosophical texts--from Aristotle to Nietzsche--with which he was most closely concerned. Aubert is less interested in tracing specific intellectual antecedents, however, than in assessing the role Joyce assigned himself in relation to his literary and philosophical contemporaries and predecessors. First published in French in 1973, The Aesthetics of James Joyce is the first full-length treatment of James Joyce's aesthetic ideas. Substantially revised and expanded and translated by the author, it gives a coherent unity to Joyce's scattered writings on aesthetics while placing them in a rich historical context.

James Joyce and Associated Image Makers

Stephen has some sort of intuition , a mystic prescience which allows him to
perceive supernal beauty . ... is a part.25 Out of this harmony of construction
arises , as Joyce assumes in his Paris notebook26 and in his fiction , a rhythm of
beauty .

Author: Marlies Kronegger

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Category: Impressionism

Page: 206

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James Joyce Quarterly

This statement should be the corrective epigraph for most of the task of finding
science in Joyce's texts . ... sequence from " streamof - consciousness , " " fluid
succession of presents , " and " curve of emotion " to " individuating rhythm ” ( 51 )
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Astounding Science fiction

He was Joyce could now look at the Ac . pleased at her restraint ; interruptions
cused . She was obviously in poor con- destroyed the rhythm of Trial . She'd trol
of herself , gripping the railing have her chance to appeal . before her with tight ...

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Survey of Science Fiction Literature

Five Hundred 2,000-word Essay Reviews of World-famous Science Fiction
Novels with 2,500 Bibliographical References Frank Northen Magill ... Selig ( and
hence Silverberg ) uses to approach Kafka ' s novels : Kenneth Burke ' s three -
part structure of tragic rhythm , “ purpose , passion , perception . ... In a certain
sense , it is Silverberg ' s equivalent of Joyce ' s A Portrait of the Artist as Young
Man .

Author: Frank Northen Magill

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Category: Science fiction

Page: 2542

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Analog Science Fact science Fiction

He was Joyce could now look at the Ac- pleased at her restraint ; interruptions
cused . She was obviously in poor destroyed the rhythm of Trial . She'd trol of
herself , gripping the railing have her chance to appeal . before her with tight
hands .

Author: John Wood Campbell

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The French Joyce

As a science , the study of literature ( Literaturwissenschaft ) can only miss the
mark ; science is a part ... The only form of criticism that could amount to anything
is that which concerns itself with " the work itself , " with the rhythm of the poem ...

Author: Geert Lernout

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 291

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A major contribution to James Joyce studies, as well as a historical review of the French intellectual climate since the 1960s


Science Digest

He thinks their relative inactivity during the day may alter their body's clock, or
Orcadian rhythm. ... Insomniacs present a consistent personality profile,
according to Penn State University psychiatrists Joyce and Anthony Kales, as
outlined in the ...

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The elementary school journal

Norman C. Johnson and Octavia Clarence R. Stone , 21422 B. Knight , 83-86 A
Rationale for Teacher Education , Bruce R. Rhythm : Joyce and Richard E.
Hodges , 254-66 The Child's World of Rhythm and Dance , The Readability of
Science ...

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