The introduction offers a brief outline of the key issues in Joyce scholarship. It analyses the methodological framework of the book. It draws largely on the methodological models of New Modernist Studies scholarship, which advocates a return to the historical contingencies of the literary marketplace and to the ways modernist literature was formed against specific socio-economic modes of production and circulation. The book argues that the issues of influence and publicity interventions are crucial and that the examination of modernist networks of promotion and their publication outlets including magazines should not be segregated from the wider study of the public sphere.
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