Fascism and Silence: The Coded History of Amalia Popper

Vicki Mahaffey

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Focuses on James Joyce's portrayal of writer Amalia Popper in his works. Response of husband Michele Risolo to Popper's decision to do a translation of Joyce's `Dubliners'; Illustration of the importance of the voice of the other in the histories of fascism and Nazism; Evidence for Joyce's distortions of Popper's character.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)501-522
Number of pages22
JournalJames Joyce Quarterly
Issue number3/4
StatePublished - Mar 1 1995


  • Irish literature
  • fascism
  • writers
  • socialism
  • mothers
  • Irish nationalism
  • exile
  • written correspondence
  • world wars
  • poetry


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