A Portrait of the Artist as A Young Man

A Portrait of the Artist as A Young Man


eBook - 1992
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"Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" tells the semi-autobiographical account of James Joyce's first 20 years, but it is also a profound investigation into the perspective and formation of an artist. Originally intended to present the protagonist Stephen Daedalus as a renegade Catholic artist-hero, the story also succeeds as a testament of what it means to be alive and filled with curiosity, desire, and sensitivityaOCoain short, to be an artist.

"CliffsNotes on Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" helps you understand the overall structure of the novel and the actions and motivations of the characters by providing you with chapter-by-chapter summaries and commentaries. Other features that help you study includeA chronology of the author's life offers insight into his writing styleDescriptive character analysesGlossaries to define new and unfamiliar termsCritical essays on JoyceOCOs use of imagery and autobiographyA review section that tests your knowledge

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Publisher: Lincoln, Neb. : Cliffs Notes, 1992.
ISBN: 9780822071693
Characteristics: 1 online resource (57 p.)
Additional Contributors: NetLibrary, Inc
Cliffs Notes, Inc


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