“I Hear an Army”

by Anthony Domestico James Joyce, while primarily known for his fiction, was also a published poet whose verse garnered attention (and occasionally praise) from W.B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, and other arbiters of poetic taste in the early twentieth century.  Joyce’s poetry is at times plangent, even self-indulgent, the precious tinkling of sound without the naturalism… Continue Reading “I Hear an Army”