James Joyce Setting & Symbolism

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The city around which most of Joyce's young life centers. He lives in and around Dublin until his move to Paris.


Joyce's native country, with which he has a conflicted, love/hate relationship.


The city where Joyce moves to pursue his medical studies and later to expand his literary career.


The city Joyce first travels to searching for a job teaching for Berlitz; later, he receives a teaching position here.


A city in the former Yugoslavia where Joyce has his first job teaching English.


A city in France where Joyce briefly considers moving.


The city that Joyce and Nora pass through during their first European trip and later move to; both Joyce and his wife die here.


A play written by Joyce.

Chamber Music

A collection of poems by Joyce.

Stephen Hero

An early version of Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

An autobiographical novel by Joyce.


A novel by Joyce, a modern retelling of the Ulysses myth.

Finnegan's Wake

Joyce's last novel.

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