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In the Eye of the ‘Cyclops’ Episode: a Bakhtinian Reading in James Joyce’s Ulysses

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This article aims to provide a Bakhtinian analysis of a pivotal moment in the 'Cyclops' episode in Ulysses. At the beginning of the episode, Bloom has disappeared from the narra-tor's focus, but he gradually comes back to the fore under the eyes of the Nameless One. While showing that this excerpt is a multilayered piece of comedy, the article intends to simultaneously study the carnivalesque dimension of the burgeoning tensions of the moment. For citation Tholoniat Y. (2016) In the Eye of the 'Cyclops' episode. Yazyk. Slovesnost'. Kul'tura [Lan-guage. Philology. Culture], 1-2, pp. 10-20.

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hal-01692203 , version 1 (25-01-2018)

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Yann Tholoniat. In the Eye of the ‘Cyclops’ Episode: a Bakhtinian Reading in James Joyce’s Ulysses . Language. Philosophy. Culture., 2016, 1-2, pp.10-20. ⟨hal-01692203⟩
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