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Scott-James, Rolfe Arnold. "Joyce's Pretty Jig-Saw Puzzles." TLS,
no. 5701 (6 July 2012):
Excerpt from the FW review of 6 May 1939.
Scott-James, Rolfe Arnold. "The Progress of Mr Joyce." Times Literary Supplement,
no. 1944 (6 May 1939):
S-J was a critic and editor, founded New Weekly (1914). Assistant editor of Spectator, edited London Mercury. Most of his reviews are biography. "Mr. Joyce is perhaps easily first among the literary innovators of to-day who have deliberately turned their backs on tradition in the conviction that life as it is honestly seen by perceptive minds to-day demands for its expression a new technique--in his case even a new vocabulary and a new grammar." "In turning his back on the language of communication which we know and inventig a new language of expression he has presented insuperable obstacles to complete understanding.".
Scott-James, Rolfe Arnold. "Mr Joyce Expresses Himself: 'Holus-Bolus Authoritativeness'." Review of Joyce, James,
Times Literary Supplement no. 1944,
(6 May 1939):
"The best approach to it is through the ears, not the eyes." "In the main the method of the book may be said to be that of descriptive reporting.but sentiment, except as seem derisively from the outside, is barred." The author "is a scientist describing the objects revealed by his microscope--his joy is in the fact that he is able to see them wriggle, not that they wriggle.".