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"Lawrence's new book 'Who's Afraid of James Joyce?' is closer to a straightforward essay collection, as she confines the personal note to reflections on her professional career. A masterful exposition of how the drama of writing comes to displace the humdrum human drama of a single, unremarkable day."
--For Love of Molly - Times Literary Supplement
"Publishing a series of essays from several points in the career of a widely admired Joyce scholar has obvious benefits: for example, it provides ready acess to Lawrence's work by young scholars who might not realize how much The Odyssey of Style has influenced discussions of Joyce's styles, and the selections reflect (and sometimes comment on) trends in Joyce criticism over the past three decades."
--English Literature in Transition 1880-1920
"A reminder of Lawrence's critical insight and originality and a tribute to the breadth of her intellectual interests."
--James Joyce Quarterly