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Editors: Brazeau, Robert and Derek Gladwin
Title: Eco-Joyce: The Environmental Imagination of James Joyce
Place of Publication: Togher, Cork, Ireland
Publisher: Cork University Press
Number of Pages: 329ISBN: 978-1-78205-072-8
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