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Joyce was born on February 2, 1882 in Dublin, Ireland, and he was raised in a Roman Catholic dominant household together with his mum being a powerful pianist and his father being a loser at holding a stable household. But, his father was an impressive singer. Joyce was an intelligent and motivated child, so he was able to teach himself Norwegian and other languages. Therefore , he had been able to read and analyze many plays which no additional monolingual individual could. Some books he read as a child greatly influenced his writing later on. For instance, after reading "The Adventures of Ulysses", a children's version of "The Odyssey". Joyce's role model shortly became Odysseus which he later framed his famous book, "The Ulysses", after "The Odyssey" during his writing career. Accordingly, his parents detected his intelligence and forced him to obtain an education at Clogowes Wood College. Later, he attended Belvedere College, and the Royal University in Dublin. Joyce afterwards moved to Paris to study medicine, but moved back to Ireland when his mother became ill. Finally, he met his first wife, Nora Barnacle, and released his first story from the Irish Homestead magazine. This didn't keep Joyce in Ireland, so he migrated across the Mediterranean as a foreign languages teacher. Finally Joyce published his first book, "Dubliners", in 1914, and "A Portrait of the Artist As A Young Man" in 1916. Afterwards, Joyce published "Ulysses" which was put on the same day Joyce and Nora got married, June 16, 1904. After his success with "Ulysses", Joyce and his family settled at Paris, and he printed "Finnegan's Wake" in 1939. Afterwords, World War 2 broke out and the family had to flee Zürich. At last, Joyce died from a failed intestinal surgery, so...