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Critical Essay by Edward Brandabur

SOURCE: Brandabur, Edward. “Exiles: A Rough and Tumble Between de Sade and Sacher-Masoch.” In A Scrupulous Meanness: A Study of Joyce's Early Work, pp. 127–59. Urbana, Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1971.

In the following essay, Brandabur discusses the themes of Exiles.

“When you are a recognized classic people will read it because you wrote it and be duly interested and duly instructed, … but until then I'm hang'd if I see what's to be done with it.”

Ezra Pound to James Joyce, 6-12 September 1915, Pound/Joyce.

Exiles is the final epiphany of the material organized epically in Dubliners.

Hugh Kenner, “Joyce's Exiles.

Critics see Joyce's play Exiles as his single failure, an opinion borne out by...

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