The Centrifuge and the Outlaw
This introduction argues that error is the central theme in Joyce’s work, and all of Joyce is written in what he calls “the language of the outlaw.” Together with this internal moral compass, there is a parallel drive in Joyce’s work to explore the boundaries of experience, to travel outwardly, or through centrifugal motion, in an attempt to widen the range of human thought. Both movements are necessary for a student’s exploration of the world.
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