This volume brings together all of Joseph Campbell's writings, as well as his lectures, on the work of James Joyce, whose use of mythological allegory helped inspire Campbell's own views on the vast tradition of mythological images and how they relate to mankind's heritage. The second in a series featuring the unpublished works of Joseph Campbell, this book covers a wide range of work from Campbell's entire career. Included are his earliest published articles on this subject, his mid-career contributions to journals and symposia and the best of his mature, syncretic interpretations of James Joyce's mythological themes.
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