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It is undenyable that James Joyce the author of legendary short stories as well as Novels in the 19th century is one of the most influencial and controversial writers in the history of literature This is a good start but your introduction needs atleast 10 more sentences Also needs a thesis to direct the reader As is indicates your paper will be informational We are unclear on why he is an influential writerJames Augustine Aloysius Joyce was born in Dublin Ireland on February 2nd 1882 He lived most of his young life in Dublin attending to colleges and writing essays and short stories for the news paper collumns in these colleges Alison Booth and Kelly J Mays 585 Just the last names are needed How does this information relate to a thesis You may need more information to convince your reader that he is indeed a writerAs stated on the A Readers Guide to James Joyce need to control your title status by William York Tindall Almost everyone agrees today that Joyce is important One or more of his works commonly appears in lists of the hundreds best books cite needed along with works of Sophocles Homer and Dante We agree that like Shakespeare Joyce was a master of words and that his verbal arrangements offering ways of accosting reality increase our awareness and give pleasure We agree with less enthusiasm that Joyce is a difficult writer increasingly difficult as going along he saw more and more in things and found more ways to say what he saw You quote a expert but your view is missing Unclear where your quotation ends Since a thesis is missing the reader is unclear on what you plan to argue or how to connect these items For example we know he is a writer irish and critics find him important but unclear on your critical
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