Levitt, Morton P.

About the author: Morton P. Levitt is the author of several books and many articles on the modern novel, including Bloomsday: An Interpretation of James Joyce’s Ulysses; The Cretan Glance: The World and Art of Nikos Kazantzakis, Modernist Survivors: The Contemporary Novel in England, the US, France, and Latin America; and James Joyce and Modernism (Mellen, 2000) He is Editor of the Journal of Modern Literature. He is currently Professor of English at Temple University.

James Joyce and Modernismbeyond Dublin
2000 0-7734-7869-8
In these essays, which cover a period of more than thirty years, a noted Joyce critic traces some of the major developments in the criticism of the 20th century’s most influential writer, revealing the critical tradition through which Joyce came to be considered a cultural icon.

Modernist Masters - Studies in the Novel
2002 0-7734-7032-8