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Evidence is plentiful that early and later also he has been indebted to the Gothic romancers, who deal in extravagant horror, to the symbolists writing at the end of the preceding century, and in particular to the stream-of-consciousness novelists, Henry James and James Joyce among them.
Saint Thomas Aquinas's aesthetic is probably the most famous and influential theory among medieval authors, having been the subject of much scrutiny in the wake of the neo-Scholastic revival of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and even having received the approbation of the celebrated Modernist writer, James Joyce.
Tom Stoppard used this coincidence as a premise for his play Travesties ( 1974 ), which includes Tzara, Lenin, and James Joyce as characters.
It is arguably most famous as the location of the greatest works of James Joyce, including Ulysses, which is set in Dublin and full of topical detail.
* The James Joyce Ramble
Other poets from whom critics believe Thomas drew influence include James Joyce, Arthur Rimbaud and D. H. Lawrence.
* 1914 – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, the first novel by James Joyce, is serialised in The Egoist.
* 1922 – Ulysses by James Joyce is published.
* 1882 – James Joyce, Irish author ( d. 1941 )
In an autobiographical piece that Orwell sent to the editors of Twentieth Century Authors in 1940, he wrote: " The writers I care about most and never grow tired of are: Shakespeare, Swift, Fielding, Dickens, Charles Reade, Flaubert and, among modern writers, James Joyce, T. S. Eliot and D. H. Lawrence.
* In his novel Ulysses, James Joyce mentions the bird while the novel's main character is drifting into sleep.
In the 1920s, James Joyce managed " a more upbeat version " of Hamlet — stripped of obsession and revenge — in Ulysses, though its main parallels are with Homer's Odyssey.
* Quillian, William H. Hamlet and the New Poetic: James Joyce and T. S. Eliot.
During the 20th century, certain Irish intellectuals made their homes in continental Europe, particularly James Joyce, and later Samuel Beckett ( who became a courier for the French Resistance ).
* 1904 – Irish author James Joyce begins a relationship with Nora Barnacle and subsequently uses the date to set the actions for his novel Ulysses ; this date is now traditionally called " Bloomsday ".
* Bloomsday ( Dublin, James Joyce fans )
There are also competing claims on behalf of fellow pilots Robert Loraine, James Henry Joyce and A. E. George.
Many of the innovations that Sterne introduced, adaptations in form that should be understood as an exploration of what constitutes the novel, were highly influential to Modernist writers like James Joyce and Virginia Woolf, and more contemporary writers such as Thomas Pynchon and David Foster Wallace.
Henri Bergson ( 1859 – 1941 ), on the other hand, emphasized the difference between scientific, clock time and the direct, subjective, human experience of time His work on time and consciousness " had a great influence on twentieth-century novelists ," especially those modernists who used the stream of consciousness technique, such as Dorothy Richardson, Pointed Roofs, ( 1915 ), James Joyce, Ulysses ( 1922 ) and Virginia Woolf ( 1882 – 1941 ) Mrs Dalloway ( 1925 ), To the Lighthouse ( 1927 ).
The likes of Bob Dylan, Serge Gainsbourg and The Rolling Stones combined popular musical traditions with modernist verse, adopting literary devices derived from James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, James Thurber, T. S. Eliot, Guillaume Apollinaire, Allen Ginsberg, and others.
In 2008, he received the James Joyce Award of the Literary and Historical Society in Dublin.
The name was coined by Gell-Mann and is a reference to the novel Finnegans Wake, by James Joyce (" Three quarks for Muster Mark!

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Bill Doolin's ambition, it appeared, was to carve out his name with bullets alongside those of Jesse James and Billy the Kid, and Bill Tilghman had sworn he would stop him.
Lieutenant Colonel James P. Brownlow, who commanded the First Brigade of Thomas' First Cavalry Division, was ordered across one of these fords.
He wrote eloquently to William James that impartial history was not only impossible but undesirable.
James P. Mitchell, when he was the head of the department, promised to eat his hat if unemployment didn't drop below three million a couple of years ago.
Since it was issued in the spring of 1611, the King James Version has been most generally considered the most poetic and beautiful of all translations of the Bible.
At a recent meeting of the Women's Association of the Trumbull Ave. United Presbyterian Church, considerable use was made of material from The Detroit News on the King James version of the New Testament versus the New English Bible.
I was interested in James Webb Young's Madison Avenue column in which he raised the question: `` Do We Need a College of Propaganda ''??
It was Pullen James, the campmate of Simms Purdew.
Pullen James humbly lowered his head, pushed aside the hardtack-box door of the hut, and was gone from sight.
Dr. James Brown Fisk, physicist, President of the Bell Telephone Laboratories, was elected to the Board of Trustees.
Referring further to the Foundation's officers, Dr. James F. Mathias, for eleven years our discerning colleague as Associate Secretary, was promoted to be Secretary.
This was built by John Templeman from plans submitted by James Finley of Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
Her father, James Upton, was the Upton mentioned by Hawthorne in the famous introduction to the Scarlet Letter as one of those who came into the old custom house to do business with him as the surveyor of the port.
State Party Chairman James W. Dorsey added that enthusiasm was picking up for a state rally to be held Sept. 8 in Savannah at which newly elected Texas Sen. John Tower will be the featured speaker.
Rep. James Cotten of Weatherford insisted that a water development bill passed by the Texas House of Representatives was an effort by big cities like Dallas and Fort Worth to cover up places like Paradise, a Wise County hamlet of 250 people.
Several defendants in the Summerdale police burglary trial made statements indicating their guilt at the time of their arrest, Judge James B. Parsons was told in Criminal court yesterday.
The candidacy of Mayor James J. Sheeran of West Orange, for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Essex County, was supported today by Edward W. Roos, West Orange public safety commissioner.
Miss Mary Ross of Baird was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Pat Dawson of Austin, Mrs. Howard M. Dean of Hinsdale, Ill., and Mrs. James A. Reeder of Shreveport, La..
Cecil Mason of Hartford, Conn., was best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Rhodes S. Baker 3, of Houston, Dr. James Carter of Houston and Conrad McEachern of New Orleans, La..
Her young British lawyer, James Dunlop, pleaded that she was sorely needed at her Portland home by her widowed mother, 80, her maiden aunt, also 80 and bedridden for 20 years, and her uncle, 76, who once ran a candy shop.
The defendant, William L. Stickney 3, 23, of 3211 Park pl., Evanston, who pleaded guilty to reckless driving, also was ordered by Judge James Corcoran to attend the Evanston traffic school each Tuesday night for one month.
It was during `` Old Music '' at the St. James Theater that Hollywood's Louis B. Mayer spotted her.
To Decathlon Man Rafer Johnson ( Time cover, Aug. 29 ), whose gold medal in last summer's Olympic Games was won as much on gumption as talent, went the A.A.U.'s James E. Sullivan Memorial Trophy as the outstanding U.S. amateur athlete of 1960.
The superb intellectual and spiritual vitality of William James was never more evident than in his letters.
To his Harvard colleague, Josiah Royce, whose philosophic position differed radically from his own, James could write, `` Different as our minds are, yours has nourished mine, as no other social influence ever has, and in converse with you I have always felt that my life was being lived importantly ''.

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