In James Joyce’s life, as in his work, the concept of the family, and his family, were of primary importance. Throughout his adult life, like his own father before him, Joyce carried with him the family portraits, through all his wanderings and his many addresses. All the pictures, with the exception of one of his mother, were of the Joyces — that is, of James Joyce’s paternal ancestors.2
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