In Finnegans Wake, how does Joyce represent the theme of tragic love ?
A. he refers to the mythical Daedalus
B. he uses an allusion to the mythical OdysseusC. he uses an allusion to Tristian and Iseult
D. he refers to the Oedipal…
How do historians say Joyce’s exile manifest itself in Finnegans Wake ?
A. it led to the combination of multiple languages to form new words
B. it led to the inclusion of dream scenarios
C. it led to the lack of allusions to other…
According to Margot Norris, what is the significance of guilt in Finnegans Wake ?
A. it represents original sin
B. it is linked with sexual perversions
C. it represents the Freudian primal sceneD. All of the Above…
According to Margot Norris, what do Joyce’s novels imply about civilization ?
A. that it depends on repression
B. that it ends paralysis
C. that it enables fulfillment
D. that it resolves spiritual crises…
What was/were the reaction(s) to Ulysses when it was first published ?
A. it was considered inferior by most authors who read itB. it was banned for obscenity
C. it was considered too conventional for publication
D. it was praised…
In what context does Joyce use the term “amor matris,” or motherly love ?
A. in The Dubliners, Chandler uses it to describe family relationships
B. in The Dubliners, Gabriel uses it in his discussions about deathC. in Ulysses,…