Joycean

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Joyce +‎ -ean

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Joycean (comparative more Joycean, superlative most Joycean)

  1. Of or pertaining to James Joyce (1882–1941) or his writings.
    • 2011 June 15, Debbie McGoldrick, “The genius of the Irish writer James Joyce”, in IrishCentral[1]:
      Around the world these days there are thousands of Joycean scholars who make their living parsing and reparsing the great man who, perhaps much to his chagrin if he were alive, has become a symbol of all things Irish to millions.
  2. (of writing) In a verbally inventive style similar to that of James Joyce.

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Joycean (plural Joyceans)

  1. A person who studies or admires the works of James Joyce.

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