The Life And Times Of James Joyce
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October 31, 2014
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He attended only Jesuit-run schools, first the boarding school, Clongowes, then the day school, Belvedere, and finally the Royal University, which was better known as the University College (Litz 8). While he attended Belvedere he enjoyed writing essays, and won several awards for his phenomenal test scores...
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Even as a young man, Joyce was destined to be well known and famous for the rest of his life. But by the end of his university years he had rejected Catholicism in favor of literature (Litz 8). His love for writing just had to come first before anything else.
After his years in the university he began experimenting with prostitutes and alcohol, and spent large amounts of money, which he claimed
was to study medicine, but instead wasted it on sick pleasures in Paris...
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