How does the writing of James Joyce fit in the modern world era of writing?

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Joyce's writing style was very unique, first of all, so he stood apart from his comtemporaries.  The fragmented style he wrote Potrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Ulysses two of his famous novels, for example, is like nothing else of this time period. Joyce frequently used stream-of-consiousness in his writing, as well as interior monologue, which wasn't used with any notability in previous eras. 

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