Volumes 42 and 43, Numbers 1-4

 



Perspectives

Articles

Notes

Book Reviews

 

 

Raising the Wind
Sean Latham, Editor

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PERSPECTIVES

The Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Ruth Frehner and Ursula Zeller

Prolegomenon to the Development of Wakean Styles: New Acquisitions at the National Library of Ireland
Sam Slote

Joyceans Unite! A Report on the Twentieth International James Joyce Symposium, 11-17 June 2006
Jennifer Burns Levin

Introibo ad Scholam Tergestis: The 2006 Trieste Joyce School, 25 June-1 July 2006
Katia Pansa

Hungarian Rhapsodies: The Twentieth International James Joyce Symposium, “Bruda Pszths,” 11-17 June 2006
Maria Kager

Beer and Roaming in Prague: A Report on the Annual Conference of the International
Association for the Study of Irish Literature, Charles University, 24-28 July 2005
Mark Wollaeger

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FEATURED SECTION: "JOYCE AND FILM"

Visual Clockwork: Photographic Time and the Instant in “Proteus”
Louise E. J. Hornby

Montage Joyce: Sergei Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov, and “Wandering Rocks”
Thomas W. Sheehan

“Do They Snapshot Those Girls or Is It All a Fake?”: Walter Benjamin, Film, and “Nausicaa”
Daniel Shea

Evenings at the Volta: Cinematic Afterimages in Joyce
Philip Sicker

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ARTICLES

Senn-sus: A Passage Index to Fritz Senn’s Writings on Ulysses
Michael Groden and Wm. Paul Meahan

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Poverty
Allan Hepburn

A Pebblehard Soap: Objecthood, Banality, and Refusal in Ulysses
Saikat Majumdar

Ulysses and the Value of Literary Value: Verbal Art and Colonial Resistance
Brian Richardson

The Plurabilities of “Parole”: Giordano Bruno and the Cyclical Trope of Language in Finnegans Wake
Kristen L. Olson

Printing the Dragon’s Bite: Joyce’s Poetic History of Thoth, Cadmus, and Gutenberg in Finnegans Wake
Moshe Gold

CURRENT JJ CHECKLIST (97)
William S. Brockman

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NOTES

A Portrait of the Artist as an Adolf Loos Campaigner
Friedhelm Rathjen and Andreas Weigel

Paradise Lost and the Peripeteia of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Thomas C. Ware

Affirmative Diction in James Joyce and James Stephens
William Sayers

ENTERTAINMENTS

“Senn and the Arts of Reader Maintenance”
Simon Loekle

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REVIEWS

“Ulysses”: Roman, by James Joyce, translated by Hans Wollschläger, edited and annotated by Dirk Vanderbeke, Dirk Schultze, Friedrich Reinmuth, and Sigrid Altdorf, with Bert Scharpenberg
Geert Lernout

Ulysses, by James Joyce, translated under the direction of Jacques Aubert
William Sayers

“Ulysses,” by Margot Norris
Joseph Kestner

Faithful Departed: The Dublin of James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” by Kieran Hickey
Ian Gunn

A Bloomsday Postcard, by Niall Murphy
John Nash

James Joyce, by Friedhelm Rathjen
Ruth Frehner

“Ulysses” Unbound: A Reader’s Companion to James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” by Terence Killeen
Scott W. Klein

A New & Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s “Dubliners,” edited by Oona Frawley
Brian Caraher

Irish Orientalism: A Literary and Intellectual History, by Joseph Lennon
Heyward Ehrlich

Dritte Wege: Kontexte für Arno Schmidt und James Joyce, by Friedhelm Rathjen
Barbara Laman

Modernism and the Culture of Market Society, by John Xiros Cooper
Leonard Diepeveen

Finding a Replacement for the Soul: Mind and Meaning in Literature and Philosophy, by Brett Bourbon
Marc Conner

The English Novel: An Introduction, by Terry Eagleton
Patrick A. McCarthy

LETTERS
John Gordon

CONTRIBUTORS

INDEX

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