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Eglinton, John, pseud.;
Magee, William Kirkpatrick. "The Beginnings of Joyce." Life and Letters,
8 (December 1932):
Repr. in Irish Literary Portraits, 1935, and The Portable Irish Reader, edited by Diarmuid Russell, Viking Portable Library (New York: Viking Press, 1948), pp. 49-63.
Connolly, Cyril. "The Position of Joyce." Life and Letters,
xi (April 1929):
In promoting the publication in 1928 of Anna Livia Plurabelle, sets Joyce in opposition to English "good taste" in literature. Drawing examples from Ulysses and parts of Work in Progress, shows how Joyce employs a colloquial idiom, portmanteau words, telescoped grammar, and an extended vocabulary to revive hackneyed current forms of literary expression.