European Joyce Studies 16: Beckett, Joyce and the Art of the Negative
Editor: Colleen Jaurretche
Contributing Author: Nels C. Pearson
Nels Pearson is a contributing author, "Silence, Colonial Memory, and the Voice of the Dead in Dubliners.”, pp. 141-170.
This collection presents articles that examine Joyce and Beckett’s mutual interest in and use of the negative for artistic purposes. The essays range from philological to psychoanalytic approaches to the literature, and they examine writing from all stages of the authors’ careers. The essays do not seek a direct comparison of author to author; rather they lay out the intellectual and philosophical foundations of their work, and are of interest to the beginning student as well as to the specialist. -- Publisher book description.
Pearson, Nels. “Silence, Colonial Memory, and the Voice of the Dead in Dubliners.” In European Joyce Studies 16: Beckett, Joyce and the Art of the Negative, Colleen Jaurretche, ed. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005. pp.141-170.
Jaurretche, Colleen and Pearson, Nels C., "European Joyce Studies 16: Beckett, Joyce and the Art of the Negative" (2005). English Faculty Book Gallery. 7.