Презентация на тему: James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)

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James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Joyce: Biography
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
His works
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Joyce’s most famous work: Dubliners 1914
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
“Araby”
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
“Araby” is a story about a boy who wants to buy something for the girl he secretly has a crush on. He looks forward to the coming of the bazaar. Unfortunately,
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
Ulysses
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
Some Facts about Joyce.
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)
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James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. (1882-1941)

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James Joyce is one of the most innovative novelists of the 20 th century and one of the great masters of stream of consciousness writing. James Joyce.

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Слайд 3: James Joyce: Biography

Irish novelist and poet Born in 1882 in Dublin, the son of a poverty-stricken civil servant In 1898, studied at Dublin’s University College and graduated in 1902 His mother’s death 1903

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1904 – left Dublin with Nora Barnacle, a chambermaid whom he eventually married They and their two children lived in Trieste, Italy, in Paris, and in Zürich, Switzerland Joyce supported his family by woring as a language instructor and by gifts from patrons After 20 years in Paris, early in World War II, when the Germans invaded France, Joyce moved to Zürich, where he died on January 13, 1941

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Слайд 5: His works

Dubliners(1914) Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916) Ullysses(1922) Exiles(1918) Pomes Penyeach (1927) Finnegans Wake (1939)

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Слайд 7: James Joyce’s most famous work: Dubliners 1914

James Joyce’s first major work was Dubliners, a collection of fifteen short stories dealing successively with events of childhood, youth and adulthood. As the title indicated, Joyce made Ireland the focus of his stories.

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All of the short stories are set in Dublin, Ireland. Many focus on the themes of death, disease, and paralysis. Many of the short stories are interconnected by symbols and moods. The stories are not as bleak as their themes suggest, though. Many explore the subtleties of experiences that are common to all.

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Dubliners is about people’s spiritual growth more than anything else. All of the characters in the stories struggle, in one way or another, with morality, personal frustrations, or restless desires. They are ordinary people involved in various minor, yet meaningful, events in everyday life. Often, these characters are on the brink of discovering something, such as loss, shame, failure, or death.

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These stories contain no melodramatic conflict. Instead, the stories present those quiet moments in the characters’ lives when they come to a sudden realization of the meaning of their existence (an epiphany ).

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In Dubliners, James Joyce made use of epiphany to show complex emotions. At the end of the stories, the heroes suddenly understood their predicament. It is then that the heroes of the stories realize the essence (real meaning) of life.

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Слайд 12: Araby”

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"Araby'' is one of fifteen short stories that together make up James Joyce's collection, Dubliners. It is the last story of the first set, and is told from the perspective of a boy just on the verge of adolescence. The story takes its title from a real festival which came to Dublin in 1894, when Joyce was twelve years old.

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Слайд 14: Araby” is a story about a boy who wants to buy something for the girl he secretly has a crush on. He looks forward to the coming of the bazaar. Unfortunately, time and money are issues. At the end of the story, the boy has an epiphany and realizes he is only a pitiful creature

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The bazaar is dirty and disappointing. It is closing and the hall is "in darkness,” which mirrors the boy’s inner feelings. The story ends with the boy realizing that his love existed only in his mind.

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"Araby" is a story of first love. Even more, it is a portrait of a world that defies the ideal and the dream. Setting in this story becomes the true subject atmosphere of spiritual paralysis young boy's idealistic dreams are no match The boy discovers the discrepancy between the real and the ideal in life. Realizing this, the boy takes his first step into adulthood.

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Слайд 17: Ulysses

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Слайд 22: Some Facts about Joyce

He was only 9 when his first piece of writing was published. He caused a controversy at his college’s paper. Nora Barnacle ghosted him for their planned first date. He had really bad eyes.

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5. He taught English at a Berlitz language school. 6. He invested in a movie theater. 7. He turned to a completely inexperienced publisher to release his most well-known book. 8. Ernest Hemingway was his drinking buddy – and sometimes his bodyguard.

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9. He met another modernist Titan and had a terrible time. 10. He created a 100 letter word to describe his fear of thunder and lightning. 11. He’s thought of as literary genious,but not everyone was a fan. 12.He had known 15 languages.

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