Amir Abbas Moslemi, Nomadologic Ulysses: Pounding Overseas, ILSHS Volume 59, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 59)
    A Deleuzian reading of Ezra Pound’s <i>the Gypsy </i>and Ulysses by James Joyce is put into practice to link the schizophrenic concept of ‘nomadology’, with diaspora, mysticism, logic, multilingualism, nostalgic inclination towards ‘change’, purgatorial ontology of Adam and Eve before the Fall, and a Protean vision to focus on ‘capacity’ as the sine qua non of ‘change’.
    Ezra Pound, James Joyce, Metaphilosophy, Nomadology, Proteus, Schizoanalysis