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Liegner, E. Motycka, R. (2003). James Joyce's Ulysses Revisited: Matricide and the Search for the Mother. Mod. Psychoanal., 28(1):143-160.
  

(2003). Modern Psychoanalysis, 28(1):143-160

James Joyce's Ulysses Revisited: Matricide and the Search for the Mother

Evelyn Liegner, Ph.D. and Ronda Motycka, Ph.D.

Psychoanalytic criticism of Joyce's life and his major work, Ulysses, has remained within the framework of classical Freudian interpretation with its emphasis on the Oedipus complex. This paper presents a point of view that focuses on the effect of primitive aggression aroused during the preoedipal phase of Joyce's life and work.

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