Gabrielle Carey



Collaborative Dubliners

Sydney University Press

Series: Irish Studies

March 2012

Edited by Vicki Mahaffey

This collection of essays by thirty contributors from seven countries presents a revolutionary view of Joyce’s technique and draws out its surprisingly contemporary implications by beginning with a single unusual premise: that meaning in Joyce’s !ction is a product of engaged interaction between two or more people. Meaning is not dispensed by the author; rather, it is actively negotiated between involved and curious readers through the medium of a shared text.