The Exploration of James Joyce’s Text’s Inability of Ever Arriving at A Conclusive or A Unified Point with Especial Reference to Finnegans Wake

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  • Saima Bibi Department of English, University of Balochistan Quetta

Keywords:

Finnegans Wake, James Joyce, Reader Response, Theory and Ronald

Abstract

In this study the researcher tries to find out the reason that how James Joyce does not reveal anything to his reader. Most importantly the study focuses on the factors that lead the reader nowhere while reading the text of James Joyce especially in his masterpiece work Finnegans Wake. The study further suggests that James Joyce in his masterpiece novel probably his last novel by using too many languages that becomes a reason that his reader never comes to a conclusive or a unified point throughout the journey of reading the novel. The study uses the theory of Ronald Barthes the Reader Response theory to be able to understand the depth of the text as it uses too many techniques in a single text. Using reader response theory of Barthes helps the reader to stay on the text and interpret the text the way the reader understands the text

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Published

2020-12-10

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Saima Bibi. (2020). The Exploration of James Joyce’s Text’s Inability of Ever Arriving at A Conclusive or A Unified Point with Especial Reference to Finnegans Wake. Pakistan’s Multidisciplinary Journal for Arts & Science, 1(02), 25 –. Retrieved from https://pmdjas.com/index.php/pmdjas/article/view/12

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