A Portrait of the Artist as Young Man by James Joyce, Matt Simpson
  

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A classic novel which follows Stephen Dedalus as he progresses from boyhood to his coming of age in Ireland at the beginning of the 20th century, describing his sexual awakening, his intellectual development and his rebellion against Roman Catholicism. From the author of Dubliners, Ulysses and Finnegan's Wake.

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Synopsis

A Portrait of the Artist as Young Man by James Joyce, Matt Simpson

A classic novel which follows Stephen Dedalus as he progresses from boyhood to his coming of age in Ireland at the beginning of the 20th century, describing his sexual awakening, his intellectual development and his rebellion against Roman Catholicism. From the author of Dubliners, Ulysses and Finnegan's Wake.

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Format

Paperback

Author

James Joyce, Matt Simpson
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Publisher

Greenwich Exchange Ltd

Publication date

14th February 2008

ISBN

9781906075071

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