James Joyce and Victims: Reading the Logic of Exclusion

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Aestheticism, 32, 33, 90
Agency: and civil society, 41, 68, 71, 82, 96, 103; and colonialism, 49, 110; and empowerment/disempow- erment, 19, 26, 62, 67, 73, 82, 97, 113, 121; and identity, 55, 92, 98; and language, 15, 108, 111; and read- ers, 16, 165; and sexuality, 120, 122; and subjectivity, 66, 86, 109, 112, 117
Alcorn, Marshall, 80, 81
Alienation, 73, 78, 81, 87, 88, 101, 140
Alternative resistance, 28—30, 74, 82, 93, 101, 111, 134, 174n. 22 (89). See also Supplemental resistance
Althusser, Louis: and class, 77; and ideological apparatuses, 95, 98—99, 144; and individuals, 81, 110; and interpellation, 29, 80; and religion, 133; and structuralism, 78; and sub- jectivity, 94, 172n. 4 (76)
Art: and relative autonomy, 32, 33, 39, 83, 86, 89, 91, 100
Aubert, Jacques, 168n. 11 (24)
Baldridge, Cates, 176n. 17 (118)
Barnacle, Nora, 18, 79
Barthes, Roland, 117, 174n. 24 (90)
Beckett, Samuel, 162, 166
Benoîst-Méchin, Jacques, 16
Benstock, Bernard, 155
Binary logic: and binary oppositions, 21, 29, 82, 89, 113, 126, 147, 161; and epistemology, 25, 89, 136; and exclusion, 115, 116, 127, 157; and
ideology, 79; and origins, 145; and Others, 26, 64, 82, 83, 113, 117; and politics, 112, 132—35; and readers, 144, 167; and relationships, 37, 138— 41, 161; and resistance, 30; and rup- ture, 153; and the supplement20; and victimization/victimage, 23, 105, 117, 125, 129, 152
Bishop, John, 141, 155, 160, 165
Boheemen-Saaf, Christine van, 105, 130
Bowen, Zack, 175n. 2 (103)
Boyle, Robert, 53
"Bruno Philosophy, The, ” 137—38
Buttigieg, Joseph, 99
Campbell, Joseph, 157
Carroll, Lewis, 15
Catholic Church, the. See Sexuality; Power; Ideology; Ideologies
Cixous, Hélène, 158, 180n. 51 (167)
Class. See Socioeconomic class
Colonialism: 41, 48, 57, 63, 66, 105, 134; and subjectivity, 83, 114. See also under Agency
Colonial Others, 17, 28, 112
Colonizer, 19, 84, 105, 127
Community, 103, 111, 116, 117, 137, 158
Culleton, Claire, 21, 51, 172n. 38 (71)
Cummins, Maria, 124
Darwin, Charles, 139, 149, 151
Derrida, Jacques, 20, 35, 81, 135, 142, 161

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