The Aesthetics of Chaosmos: The Middle Ages of James Joyce  

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Le poetiche di Joyce (1965 - English translations: The Middle Ages of James Joyce , The Aesthetics of Chaosmos, 1989) by Umberto Eco.

A work that has gone through many transformations. Originally titled “Le poetiche di Joyce” as the final chapter of 1962’s Opera aperta, it was revised and published in 1966 as Le poetiche di Joyce: dalla “summa” al “Finnegans Wake.” The work was again revised and translated into English by Ellen Esrock and retitled The Aesthetics of Chaosmos for a 1982 publication. The present Harvard University Press version of the book, The Aesthetics of Chaosmos: The Middle Ages of James Joyce, includes a slight revision of the Esrock translation as well as a new section called “The Medieval Model,” which includes material from a 1969 lecture at Tulsa University.[1]

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