Joyce in Latin America

The significance and vitality of James Joyce’s literary legacy comes to life in the copious production of artistic and scholarly works that have been published on his oeuvre in the last decade and all over the world. Scholar Margot Norris states that the value of Joyce’s work “lies in its enormous efforts to enrich our concept of the human” (The Value of James Joyce 6), as well as in the author’s curious ability to fascinate both high-brow academics and common readers.