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His poems have at once the music and the want of music of a harpstring played on by the winds in some forest of Broceliande. Evening Standard: Pretty lyrics with a delusive title. Manchester Guardian: A welcome contribution to contemporary poetry. Here are thirty-six lyrics of quite notable beauty. . Something of the spirit of Waller and Herrick . . grace and simplicity . . an elegance 41 Chamber Music and delicacy that are as uncommon as they are perilous. At their best they reveal a rare musical quality.
Alan Denson, pp. 55–6. . We have a young scamp named Joyce here who writes with a more perfect art than anyone except Yeats who is I believe going to publish a book of lyrics. He gave it [Chamber Music, published in 1907] to Grant Richards who collapsed, and I have not heard anything more of it as the poet has decamped to the continent with a barmaid. It will be a good book when it appears. . 35 CHAMBER MUSIC May 1907 7. Arthur Symons on Joyce 1906 Letter to Elkin Mathews (9 October 1906), quoted in Karl Beckson and John M.
21 But on the subject of the interior monologue and his desperate little scheme for the rehabilitation of Edouard Dujardin’s having originated it, he said, ‘I laugh at it today, now that I have had all the good of it. ’ And on the subject of Ulysses: ‘Nonetheless, that book was a terrible risk. ’22 Perhaps it was the transparency of this leaf which provoked contemporary authors (with a few exceptions) to such hostility. Virginia Woolf found the book ‘underbred’, a book of a ‘self taught working man’, or of a ‘queasy undergraduate scratching his pimples’.