Volume 41, Number 3

 



Perspectives

Articles

Notes

Book Reviews

 

 

Raising the Wind
Sean Latham, Editor

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PERSPECTIVES

“Return to Ithaca”: A Report on the 2005 North American Joyce Conference, Cornell University, 14-18 June 2005
David G. Wright

The 2005 North American James Joyce Conference, Cornell University, 14-18 June 2005: A Return to Ithaca
Jeff Drouin

“the grandest gloriaspanquost universal howldmoutherhibbert lectures”: A Report on the Ninth Annual Trieste Joyce Summer School
Eli Z. Lassman

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ARTICLES

Who “Curls Up” with Ulysses? A Study of Non-Conscripted Readers of Joyce
Frances Devlin-Glass

Joyce, Irish Paralysis, and Cultural Nationalist Anticlericalism
Douglas Kanter

Secrets of Szombathely: The H.E.L.Y.’S Sandwichmen and Irish Citizenship
Barry McCrea

Foreign Music: Linguistic Estrangement in “Proteus” and “Sirens”
Juliette Taylor

“How Do You Sniff?”: Havelock Ellis and Olfactory Representation in “Nausicaa”
Hugh Davis

“Dividends and Divisors Ever Diminishing”: Joyce’s Use of Mathematics in “Ithaca”
Michael Livingston

How a Great Daily Organ Is Turned Out: “Aeolus,” Techne, and the Recording of Ulysses
Eric D. Smith

Justice for the “Illstarred Punster”: Samuel Beckett and Alfred Péron’s Revisions of “Anna Lyvia Pluraself”
Megan M. Quigley

CURRENT JJ CHECKLIST (95)
William S. Brockman

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NOTES

Confessions of a Wakefiend: Bibliomantic Readings in Finnegans Wake
John A. Snyder

Notes for Ulysses
Ian MacArthur

ENTERTAINMENTS

Who Am I?
Thomas E. Stazyk

“Doctoring Joyce!”
Simon Loekle

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REVIEWS

Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s “Dubliners,” by Margot Norris
Derek Attridge

Dubliners’ Dozen: The Games Narrators Play, by Gerald Doherty
Jim LeBlanc

James Joyce and Victims: Reading the Logic of Exclusion, by Sean Murphy
Marian Eide

James Joyce, by Jörg W. Rademacher, with illustrations by Stephan Frede
Wolfgang Wicht

Knowledge of Things Human and Divine: Vico’s “New Science” and “Finnegans Wake,” by Donald Phillip Verene
Anne L. Cavender

Technē: James Joyce, Hypertext, and Technology, by Louis Armand
Donald F. Theall

The Idea of a Nation, by Arthur Clery, edited by Patrick Maume
Cóilín Owens

The Real Trial of Oscar Wilde: The First Uncensored Transcript of the Trial of Oscar Wilde vs. John Douglas (Marquess of Queensbury), 1895
, by Merlin Holland
Jonathan E. Goldman

Am I a Snob? Modernism and the Novel, by Sean Latham
Ann Ardis

The Aesthetics of Chaos: Nonlinear Thinking and Contemporary Literary Criticism, by Michael Patrick Gillespie
Frank C. Manista

Memory in Literature: From Rousseau to Neuroscience, by Suzanne Nalbantian
Stephen J. Burn

Inauthentic: The Anxiety Over Culture and Identity, by Vincent Cheng
Neil R. Davison

Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism, edited by Paul Poplawski
Thomas M. Catania

Bloemsdag, by Erik Bindervoet and Robbert-Jan Henkes,
Bloomsday. Gids Door Dublin en “Ulysses” van James Joyce, by Kees Tamboer
Jack van der Weide

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