Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes
Mary M. Talbot & Bryan Talbot, Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes
  • ISBN: 9780224096089
  • Pages: 96
  • Illustrations: by Bryan Talbot
  • Publisher: Jonathan Cape
  • Binding: Hardback

Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes

Mary M. Talbot
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Part personal history, part biography, Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes contrasts two coming-of-age narratives: that of Lucia, the daughter of James Joyce, and that of author Mary Talbot, daughter of the eminent Joycean scholar James S. Atherton.

Social expectations and gender politics, thwarted ambitions and personal tragedy are played out against two contrasting historical backgrounds, poignantly evoked by the atmospheric visual storytelling of award winning comic artist and graphic novel pioneer Bryan Talbot.

Produced through an intense collaboration seldom seen between writers and artists, Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes is intelligent, funny and sad.



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