Home

Cite

Search

Search results

22595 results found

James Joyce

Name at birth: James Augustine Aloysius JoyceJoyce was to modern literature what Picasso was to modern art: he scrambled up the old formulas and set the table for the 20th century. Joyce's books Ulys…

James JOYCE

JOYCE, James, a Representative from Ohio; born in Cumberland, Guernsey County, Ohio, July 2, 1870; attended the common schools; taught school in Cumberland and Pleasant City, Ohio, and also stu…

In Joyce's Wake

Contemporary Irish writers live up to legend by Ricco Villanueva Siasoco Ulysses: Joyce's masterpiece. Related Links Notable Irish WritersThe Booker PrizeBest Novels of the Ce…

Joyce Chen

Joyce ChenchefBirthplace: China Chen and her husband Thomas fled China in 1949 when the Communists took over. They settled in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1958 Chen opened a Chinese restaurant…

Dr. Joyce Brothers

Name at birth: Joyce Diane BauerDr. Joyce Brothers was a psychologist from New York who used mass media to become a celebrity, from TV shows and radio call-in programs to newspaper columns and cameos …

Kilmer, Joyce

Kilmer, Joyce[1886-1918](4)Born at New Brunswick, N.J., Dec. 6, 1886. Educated at Columbia University. After a short period of teaching he became associated with the Funk and Wagnalls Company…

Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates is a prolific writer of fiction and non-fiction who is known best for her novels Them (1969) and We Were the Mulvaneys (1996). Joyce Carol Oates grew up in rural upstate New York, a…

Dr. Joyce Brothers

Dr. Joyce Brothers(Joyce Bauer)psychologist, television personalityBorn: 9/20/1928Birthplace: New York City Brothers first gained national attention as a quiz show celebrity in the 1950s, win…

Dr. Joyce Brothers

Dr. Joyce Brothers(Joyce Bauer)psychologist, television personalityBorn: 9/20/1928Birthplace: New York City Brothers first gained national attention as a quiz show celebrity in the 1950s, win…

Kilmer, Joyce

Kilmer, Joyce[1886-1918](2)Born at New Brunswick, New Jersey, December 6, 1886, and graduated at Columbia University in 1908. After a short period of teaching he became associated with Funk a…