The Writer in exile: James Joyce

United Kingdom, 1973

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Episode of Series “The 19th century novel”.
Graham Martin examines the theme of the writer in exile during the early part of the twentieth century, and takes as an example the Irish writer James Joyce. Denys Hawthorne, as James Joyce, reads from Joyce’s letters, poems and novels

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