Strategie dramatyzacji w „Ulissesa” Jamesa Joyce’a
Dramatization Strategies in “Ulysses” by James Joyce
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The article indicates that James Joyce stylizes his novel Ulysses for a drama, and gives a comprehensive analysis of some narrative techniques used in the work. Referring to the most important, narratologically-oriented studies of Ulysses, the author states that limiting the narrator's competences turns out to be the basic strategy for dramatizing the novel. This assertion leads to the conclusion which has been so far overlooked in the Polish and Anglophone criticism. Using the comparative method, the author draws attention to the specifically dramatic conventions of dialogue transposed into Ulysses. These are devices known from the works of eminent playwrights of modernity, especially Ibsen, Strindberg, Maeterlinck and Chekhov.
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