Index

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To come back here you should press “User’s Manual” on the top right above. This user’s manual is a guide to find out the contents of the Encyclopedia and it is meant as an added feature to the “projects”

Introduction

1 – How to approach James Joyce

1.1 – How to choose which edition to make use of it

1.2 – Copyright issues

1.3 – The scandal of Ulysses

1.4 – The Controversies

1.5 – Joyce’s coments on his works

1.6 – Bibliography used

1.7 – Bibliography dismissed

2 – James Joyce’s works on line

2.1 – James Joyce’s Stream of Consciousness

2.11 – Perception of Reality

2.12 – Point of view in Literature

2.13 – Weltanschauung & Worldview

2.14 – Post Truth & Objective Truth

2.1 – Stream of consciousness : A non Joycean example of it

2.3 – James Joyce Style of writing

2.4 – James Joyce “writing”

2.5 – James Joyce ciphering technique

2.6 – S + M + P

2.7 – Literacy and James Joyce

2.8 – Why The translation of Ulysses is a wrong proposition

2.9 – Marshall McLuhan and the impossibility of translation

2.10 – The perfect example of impossibility of translation: Ulysses turned to movie

2.11 – James Joyce and The Bible

3 – James Joyce’s interpretation according to McLuhan

3.1.1 – In General Terms 1

3.1.2 – In General Terms 2

3.1.3 – In General Terms 3

3.1.4 – In General Terms 4

3.2 – The Medium is the Message

3.3 – The Playboy Interviews

3.4 – McLuhan Mosaic Style

3.5 – The Quest of Perspective or Point of View

3.6 – Comprehensive McLuhan

3.7 – McLuhan’s Wake

3.8 – What if He was right?

3.9 – Speculation and Reflection on McLuhan in the 21st century

3.10 – Printing vs Digital Revolution

3.11 – Printing power and its implications in Literacy

3.12 – Printing invention, Notre Dame de Paris and Point of View

3.13 – Victor Hugo and Gutenberg

4.0 – The prodigious mind of James Joyce

4.1 – How many languages there are at James Joyce’s works?

4.2 – James Joyce’s health

4.3 – No one is a prophet in his own land

4.4 – James Joyce and C. G. Jung

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