James Joyce Quote: Can anyone tell me where and in what year James Joyce said this?
"When the Irishman is found outside of Ireland in another environment, he very often becomes a respected man. The economic and intellectual conditions that prevail in his own country do not permit the development of individuality. No one who has any self-respect stays in Ireland, but flees afar as though from a country that has undergone the visitation of an angered Jove."
I need to cite this quote but I can't find it's source. If anyone knows of what year he said it and where he said it I would be very grateful. Thanks
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavourite answer
Lecture, April 27, 1907, at Università Popolare Triestina. "Ireland, Island of Saints and Sages," sect. 35, published in Critical Writings, ed. Ellsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann (1959).)