Rewriting Joyce’s Europe

“Original, important, and fascinating. Mecsnóber depicts a Joyce whose works reflect his interest in the implications of different typographic styles, the apparent foreignness of diacritical marks, favored languages in emergent nations, proposals for a universal language, and basic English.”—Patrick A. McCarthy, author of Joyce, Family, “Finnegans Wake”  “In this impeccably researched study, Mecsnóber elegantly shows how … Continue reading Rewriting Joyce’s Europe