BECKETT AND JOYCE: THE PROBLEM OF ULYSSES*

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					                   BECKETT AND JOYCE:
                 THE PROBLEM OF ULYSSES *


                 JOSÉ FRANCISCO FERNÁNDEZ
                     University of Almería, Spain




When Irish writer Aidan Higgins asked Samuel Beckett in 1969 if
he ever thought of James Joyce and what was his opinion of him,

mentioned admiri
				
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Description: Samuel Beckett's comments and writings James Joyce show that it is as if Ulysses had never existed for the writer. Beckett made a conscientious effort to distance himself from Joyce. Here, Fernandez explore the possible reasons for Beckett's silence concerning Joyce's masterpiece.
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