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James Joyce: The Complete Works

Welcome to the Joyceworks! This section is the heart of the Brazen Head. Here you will find information about James Joyce’s complete works, descriptions of his evolving style, and advice for “first-time readers” for each major book.

Joyce Works

Dubliners (1914)
Joyce’s collection of short stories.

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916)
His first novel, a story of youthful rebellion featuring Stephen Dedalus.

Ulysses (1922)
Joyce’s masterpiece, Ulysses takes place on a single day: June 16, 1904. It’s widely considered to be the greatest novel of the twentieth century.

Finnegans Wake (1939)
Seventeen years in the making, Joyce’s final novel is an adventure in language itself.

Poetry (1904-1932)
Joyce’s poetry and satire, including “The Holy Office,” Chamber Music, “Gas from a Burner,” Pomes Penyeach, and “Ecce Puer.”

Exiles (1918)
Joyce’s only surviving play, an Ibsen-inspired drama about infidelity.

Other Works (1900-1941)
Lesser-known works, translations, and early drafts, including Before Sunrise, On IbsenStephen Hero, Giacomo Joyce, The Cat and and the Devil, and more.

Author: Allen B. Ruch
Last Modified: 1 November 2022
Main Joyce Page: The Brazen Head
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