Volume 40, Number 3

 



Perspectives

Articles

Book Reviews

 

 

Raising the Wind
Sean Latham, Editor

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PERSPECTIVES

A Tribute to Robert Kellogg
Robert Scholes

In Memory of a Quiet Joycean: Robert L. Kellogg
Jin Di

A Visit with Nora Joyce
Richard Nickson

ReJoyce Dublin 2004
Katherine McSharry

Traditions at Miami: A European Perspective of the Sixteenth J'yce Birthday Conference
Vike Martina Plock

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ARTICLES

Annotations for Stephen Hero
Marc A. Mamigonian and John Noel Turner

"SHORT BUT TO THE POINT": Newspaper Typography in "Aeolus"
Stephen Donovan

Probing Silences in Joyce's Ulysses and the Question of Authorial Intention
Erwin R. Steinberg and Christian W. Hallstein

"The Wife of the Deaf" by Gianna Manzini
Corinna del Greco Lobner

CURRENT JJ CHECKLIST (92)
William S. Brockman

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ENTERTAINMENTS

Sweets of Sin
A Gentleman of Fashion

"The Separation of Joyce and Estate!"
Simon Loekle

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REVIEWS

Ethical Joyce, by Marian Eide
Anthony Downey

European Joyce Studies 13, "Medieval Joyce," edited by Lucia Boldrini
Ian Crump

Ghostwriting Modernism, by Helen Sword
Stephen J. Burn

Hamlet in His Modern Guises, by Alexander Welsh
Richard Brown

Introduzione alla Lettura dis "Dubliners," by Giuseppe Martella
Renzo Crivelli

James Joyce als Inspirationsquelle für Joseph Beuys, by Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes
Friedhelm Rathjen

Finnegans Wake, by James Joyce, translated by Erik Bindervoet and Robbert-Jan Henkes
Jack van der Weide

LETTER
Dr. Stanley Paluch

CONTRIBUTORS

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