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(Greek mythology) an Athenian inventor who built the labyrinth of Minos


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The Buck's first offering is an impressive one: colorful tales of the countryside, an "authentic" peasant woman, and Dedalus, the morose Irish poet (Cheng 156).
For this reason, any critic following Joyce's Catholic allusions must be as alive to heresy as to fidelity, as the prodigal son Stephen Dedalus is within his tortured consciousness.
Stephen Dedalus, a proud, sensitive young Irishman, a writer and teacher called Kinch (from "kinchin," child) by one of his friends.
Fellow Dedalus author and Newcastle resident Andrew Crumey will also read from his latest novel, Pfitz.
In 'Proust et Joyce: une rencontre autour de l'epiphanie', Edward Bizub compares Proust's Narrator with Stephen Dedalus in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man for the theme of an artistic vocation and also of epiphany as revelation and enlightenment.
Movie stunner Angeline Ball plays Molly Bloom while Hugh O'Connor plays poet Stephen Dedalus.
AS A young actor working at Dublin's Abbey Theatre, Irish actor Frank Grimes found himself cast as Stephen Dedalus in a stage version of Ulysses.
There Joyce's character Stephen Dedalus muses over what we perceive spatially (the immediately visual) and what temporally (the sequentially audible).
relationship between Bloom and Dedalus, between Bloom and Molly.
The world Rai describes shares much with ours but in many places goes in its own direction: JFK escapes assassination in Dallas; the Nixon presidency and Watergate exist only in a political novel; Stephen Dedalus is the great novelist of the twentieth century.
Newton Abbot: 2.30 Maousse Honor, 3.00 Sprint Up, Fabulon and Dedalus, 4.00 Bamapour, 5.00 Mite Equal.
BAD TO THE BONE by James Waddington (Dedalus, pounds 7.99)
Spoo identifies Leopold Bloom with popular culture and "the bourgeois world," and Stephen Dedalus with "intellectual, `high culture'" (p.
Joyce used three stories published under the pseudonym Stephen Dedalus as the basis for Dubliners.