The conclusions will evaluate the new evidence that the preceding chapters offered about Joyce’s work and personal geographical trajectory through London by employing a materialist historical analysis of his texts and contexts in relation to the capital city’s modernist networks and its publishing industry in early twentieth century. London will emerge as a key cultural and publishing vector for the composition and dissemination of Joyce’s work.
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