Comprehensive study of the technique and the style used by James Joyce in his novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by Joyce was first published in serial form in the Egoist in the years 1914-1915. The novel as a whole has a unity like that of a living organism, each part of which suggests the whole body, and, therefore, like a portrait gives us a complete and undivided impression of the subject. This paper is an attempt to understand the style and technique used by Joyce in his famous novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Because narrative of the novel mostly remains at the lyrical stage. Also, we find heavy cobwebs of thoughts and sensations of Stephen is woven around a fewer events in this novel than one finds in a story of Tolstoy and Charles Dickens.
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