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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Penguin Classics) (Paperback)

by James Joyce

Leaked Literature: Why We Should Respect Salinger's Wishes 13

Readers will no doubt gain enjoyment from reading the leaked Three Stories manuscript, but they would do well to partially respect the author’s wishes by viewing its stories as experiments from an earlier time.

A Portrait of the Musician as a Young Man 0

Counter and Strange: Contemporary Catholic Literature 12

Catholic literature is thriving. Some are Catholic, some write about Catholic themes and characters, and some react against Catholicism.

In Defense of Autobiography 15

I spent years feeling like a failure before I’d even started writing, all because I was terrified of producing a cliché. If only I could have written a World War II epic with a chose your own adventure twist.

Copyrights Wake: SOPA, James Joyce, and the Future of Intellectual Property 4

We are going to need a completely new online framework for supporting creators, and to get there, we might have to move beyond a tired notion of “copyright” and towards “author’s rights.”

On Superheroes and Superintendents 2

It seems obvious to say, but wouldn’t we all like that chance to start from issue one, with a whole slew of villains and love interests and story arcs to cover?

My Favorites' Favorites 12

Where I formerly swallowed recommendations whole, I now cull through them – not exactly on my own but in a more independent fashion. I find books, I do not just receive them. Or, I try to.

It's Not You, It's Me: Breaking Up With Books 75

Recently it struck me that the list of books I’ve started and not finished has grown quite formidable. I ask myself what this “means,” if it reflects some kind of moral devolution.

The Best Books... Squared 1

Top Tens: Their Silliness, Their Allure 0