James Joyce: Daedalus in Dublin
Week 1: July 8-14, 2018
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James Joyce is indisputably Ireland's greatest novelist, his artistic development shaped by his youth and education in the colonial capital of Dublin. In A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Joyce's first novel, Stephen Dedalus is both the fictional alter ego of Joyce himself and of Daedalus, the mythic and exiled creator of the labyrinth at Crete and father of the overreaching Icarus.
Written in self-exile, Joyce's story collection Dubliners (1914) and Portrait (1916) chart his conflicted relationship to the three forces he held responsible for what he regarded as his fellow Dubliners' moral paralysis: the Catholic Church, the British Empire, and Irish cultural nationalism. With CAU favorite David Faulkner, we will enter Joyce's world through his most accessible fiction, reading and discussing Portrait and selected Dubliners stories against the backdrop of Dublin's geography and the literary and political history of Ireland.
David Faulkner joined the Cornell faculty as a senior lecturer in the Department of English in 2007. He teaches in the first-year writing program, including the Writing Workshop. He has also taught writing and literature at Princeton University, Tompkins Cortland... > more
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Commuter meal plan option: $425. Most CAUers staying at Hilton Homewood Suites select our meal plan for the week in order to enjoy the full CAU experience.