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William S. Brockman
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Thanks this time to Marco Camerani, Kazuhiro Doki, Vincent Golden, Susan Graf, K. P. S. Jochum, Eric Novotny, Friedhelm Rathjen, Federico Sabatini, Emily Sharpe, and Andreas Weigel. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail to uxb5@psu.edu. The Checklists are cumulated online in The James Joyce Checklist <http://research.hrc.utexas.edu/jamesjoycechecklist/>.

JJ WORKS

The Dead. Ed. Thomas Fasano. Claremont: Coyote Canyon Press, 2008. 70 pp. ISBN 0-9796607-9-3.

Dubliners. Clayton, DE: Prestwick House, 2006. 191 pp. ISBN 1-58049-165-0. ["An unabridged republication with slight emendations of Dubliners, published in 1914." With notes, "reading pointers," glossary, and vocabulary.]

SECONDARY SOURCES

AITKEN, Robert, and Marilyn Aitken. "United States of America against One Book Entitled Ulysses by James Joyce." Law Makers, Law Breakers, and Uncommon Trials. Chicago: American Bar Association, 2007. 337-49. ISBN 1-59031-880-3.

ALLEN, Nicholas. "Irregular Joyce." Modernism, Ireland and Civil War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 20-41. ISBN 0-521-48995-4.

ATKINS, G. Douglas. "Priests of Eternal Imagination: Literature and Religion--The Instance of James Joyce and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Literary Paths to Religious Understanding: Essays on Dryden, Pope, Keats, George Eliot, Joyce, T. S. Eliot, and E. B. White. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 79-107. ISBN 0230-62147-3.

AZARI, Ehsan. Lacan and the Destiny of Literature: Desire, Jouissance and the Sinthome in Shakespeare, Donne, Joyce and Ashbery. Continuum Literary Studies. London: Continuum, 2008. [ix], 205 pp. ISBN 1-8470-6379-9.

BALLIN, Malcolm. "The Bloomsday Periodical: What Could Leopold Bloom Have Been Reading?" Irish Pages 3, i (Spring/Summer 2005): 241-51.

BARAZON, Tatjana. "Des livres dans la tête: la bibliothèque imaginaire chez Bradbury, Canetti et Joyce." Conserveries mémorielles 5 (2008). <http://cm.revues.org/129>

BATTLES, Jan. "Budget Ulysses to Flood Market: James Joyce's Grandson Agrees Deal for New Edition with Small Publisher before Copyright Runs Out." Sunday Times (9 August 2009): 6. [Forthcoming Wordsworth Edition.]

(BEAULIEU, Victor-Lévy. James Joyce, l'Irlande, le Québec, les mots: essai hilare. 2006) [Revs.: Mark Harris, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 33, i (Spring 2007): 102-03; Sherry Simon, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 33, i (Spring 2007): 99-102.]

(BECKMAN, Richard. Joyce's Rare View: The Nature of Things in Finnegans Wake. 2007.) [Rev.: Bradley D. Clissold, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 33, ii (Fall 2007): 72.]

(BEGNAL, Michael H. Joyce and the City: The Significance of Place. 2002.) [Rev.: Robert Brazeau, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 30, ii (Fall 2004): 74-75.]

BEJA, Morris, and Anne Fogarty, eds. Bloomsday 100: Essays on Ulysses. Florida James Joyce Series. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2009. xii, 256 pp. ISBN 0-8130-3402-7. [Contents: Anne Fogarty, "Introduction," 1-11; David Spurr, "Joyce's Debris," 15-30; John Gordon, "'Mkgnao!' 'Mrkgnao!' 'Mrkgnao!' The Pussens Perplex," 31-40; Austin Briggs, "Why Leopold Bloom Menstruates," 41-61; Richard P. Lynch, "Mixing Memory and Desire: Narrative Strategies and the Past in Ulysses," 65-76; Tracey Teets Schwarze, "Inventing Identity in Ulysses: 'Kitty' O'Shea, Memoir, and Molly Bloom," 77-95; Greg Winston, "Barracks and Brothels: Militarism and Prostitution in Ulysses," 96-114; Anthony Paraskeva, "'In the Beginning Was the Gest': Theater, Cinema, and the Language of Gesture in 'Circe,'" 117-34; Katherine O'Callaghan, "Reading Music, Performing Text: Interpreting the Song of the Sirens," 135-49; Timothy Martin, "Joyce, Ulysses, Melodrama," 150-60; Yu-Chen Lin, "Modernity and Its Discontents: Fashion and 'My Girl's a Yorkshire Girl,'" 163-77; Gerald Gillespie, "Schopenhauer's Shadow, or Stephen as Philosophic Superman," 178-89; Robert Weninger, "Days of Our Lives: The One-Day Novel as Homage à Joyce," 190-210; Michael Patrick Gillespie, "Past Its Sell-by Date: When to Stop Reading Joyce Criticism," 213-27; Margot Norris, "Secrets, Narratology, and Implicature: A Virgin Reading of 'Calypso,'" 228-39.]

BENDELLI, Giuliana. "La presenza di James Joyce nelle riviste italiane tra le due guerre." Chi stramalediva gli inglesi: La diffusione della letteratura inglese e americana in Italia tra le due guerre. Ed. Arturo Cattaneo. Scienze linguistiche e letterature straniere, Contributi. Milan: V&P, 2007. 79-110. ISBN 88-343-1589-7.

BLOOM, Harold, ed. James Joyce. Bloom's Modern Critical Views. New York: Bloom's Literary Criticism--Infobase Publishing, 2009. viii, 262 pp. ISBN 978-1-60413-396-7. [Contents: Harold Bloom, "Introduction," 1-3; Derek Attridge, "Unpacking the Portmanteau; or, Who's Afraid of Finnegans Wake?" 5-23; Richard Poirier, "The Pater of Joyce and Eliot," 25-40; Weldon Thornton, "The Structures," 41-68; David Leon Higdon, "Gendered Discourse and the Structure of Joyce's 'The Dead,'" 69-81; Klaus Reichert, "Shakespeare and Jyoce: Myriadminded Men," 83-92; Roy K. Gottfried, "The Comic Irishman in the Bench Behind': The Portrait with Two Heads," 93-116; Margaret McBride, "The Ineluctable Modality: Stephen's Quest for Immortality," 117-40; Keri Elizabeth Ames, "The Rebirth of Heroism from Homer's Odyssey to Joyce's Ulysses," 141-60; Jennifer Margaret Fraser, "Intertextual Sirens," 161-89; Neil Murphy, "James Joyce's Dubliners and Modernist Doubt: The Making of a Tradition," 191-204; Vicki Mahaffey, "Love, Race, and Exiles: The Bleak Side of Ulysses," 205-19; Margot Norris, "Possible Worlds Theory and the Fantasy Universe of Finnegans Wake," 221-39.]

BLUMENBACH, Ulrich. "'Ah ja, die Seife, in meiner Gesäßtasche': Der Kolonialismus und die Seife bei James Joyce." Historische Anthropologie 17, i (2009): 121-31.

BODDY, Kasia. "James Joyce and 'That Epoch-Marking Event.'" Boxing: A Cultural History. London: Reaktion Books, 2008. 202-08. ISBN 1-86189-369-8.

BOULANGER, Alison. "Le paradigme téléologique et sa subversion: Tonio Kroger de Thomas Mann et Portrait de l'artiste en jeune homme de James Joyce." Roman de formation, roman d'éducation dans la littérature française et dans les littératures étrangères. Ed. Philippe Chardin and Alison Boulanger. Détours littéraires. Paris: Kimé, 2007. 301-11. ISBN 978-2-84174-418-3.

BROWN, Karen E. "The 'Inscapes' of Louis le Brocquy." Elective Affinities: Testing Word and Image Relationships. Ed. Catriona MacLeod, Véronique Plesch, and Charlotte Schoell-Glass. Word & Image, 6. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. 99-112. ISBN 90-4202-618-9. [Influence of JJ and le Brocquy's Portrait of JJ.]

BURLEIGH, David. "Snow Countries: Joyce and Kawabata." Journal of Irish Studies 24 (2009): 57-65.

(BURNS, Edward M. A Passion for Joyce: The Letters of Hugh Kenner & Adaline Glasheen. 2008.) [Rev.: C. S. Kalish, Choice 46, v (January 2009): 46-2530.]

CAMERANI, Marco. "Lo sguardo che spia: i voyeurismi di Nausicaa." I cinque sensi (per tacer del sesto): Atti della Scuola Europea di Studi Comparati, Bertinoro, 28 agosto-4 settembre 2005. Ed. Francesco Ghelli. Quaderni di Synapsis, 6. Florence: Le Monnier, 2007. 166-75. ISBN 978-88-00-20692-1.

CANEDA CABRERA, María Teresa. "Quen lle ten medo a James Joyce? Reflexións en torno á inminente tradución galega de Ulysses." Viceversa: revista galega de traducíon 12 (2006): 79-91.

CEIA, Carlos. "O modo auto-reflexivo no romance modernista: Ulysses (1922), de James Joyce, e Nome de Guerra (1938), de Almada Negreiros." A construção do romance: ensaios de literatura comparada no campo dos estudos anglo-portugueses. Coimbra: Almedina, 2007. 141-69. ISBN 978-972-40-3039-5.

CEN, Xiuwen, Yanhua Yu, and Gen Wei. "The Stylistic Meaning of the Functional Inverted Sentences in 'Lestrygonians' in Ulysses." Hebei gong ye da xue cheng ren jiao yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Adult Education School of Hebei University of Technology 23, ii (June 2008): 53-55. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

CHEN, Ying. "The Repetitive in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Du du xie xie = Read and Write 5, viii (August 2008): 52-53. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

ÇILELI, Meral, and Mustafa Kırca, eds. James Joyce and His Work: The 13th METU British Novelists Conference: Proceedings, 1-2 December 2005. British Novelists Series. Ankara: Department of Foreign Language Education, Faculty of Education, Middle East Technical University, 2006. 133 pp. ISBN 975-429-250-7. [Contents: "Opening Speeches": Meral Aksu, 7; Wolf Konig, 8; Clare Brandabur, "The Conscience of His Race: Postcolonial Joyce," 9-24; Oya Batum Menteşe, "A Tryst with the Untranslatable: Nevzat Erkmen's Translation of Joyce's Ulysses," 25-31; Ali Güneş, "'Things Fall Apart' and 'The Centre Cannot Hold': Human Alienation in James Joyce's 'A Painful Case,'" 33-42; Dilek İnan, "Gricean Perspectives in James Joyce's Exiles," 43-50; Gülbün Onur, "Tone and Rhythm in James Joyce's Selected Letters," 51-59; Margaret J-M Sonmez, "Visual Ventriloquism in Finnegans Wake," 61-74; Feryal Çubukcu, "Enchantment, Disenchantment and Reenchantment for Mothers and Lovers in James Joyce," 75-88; Lisa Isaacson, "The Entelechist Debate in Sterne and Joyce: Contending with Soul and Sense," 89-102; Fiona Tomkinson, "'A great day for European culture': Swearing in Yellow and Applied Aquinas," 103-11; Gillian M. E. Alban, "Life-Affirming Molly Bloom and Life-Questing Clarissa Dalloway: Bloomsday or Bloomsbury?" 113-20; Kuğu Tekin, "Joyce's Dublin: The Character, the Mirror, the Prison," 121-27; Farzaneh Naseri Siss, "The 'Living Dead': Disturbance and Death of Male Power Through a Female Figure's Power of Story Telling in James Joyce's 'The Dead,'" 129-33.]

(COSGROVE, Brian. James Joyce’s Negations: Irony, Indeterminacy and Nihilism in Ulysses and Other Writings. 2008.) [Rev.: Kasper Hartman, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 33, ii (Fall 2007): 73.]

COSTA, Nadia. “Joyce/Dedalus: Cifras para a decifração de uma Persona(gem) auto-retratada.” Sin_ismo : projecto imaginário e heteroutópico no. 1 (2009). <http://ler.letras.up.pt/uploads/ficheiros/5990.pdf>.

CUNNINGHAM, Valentine. “James Joyce.” The Oxford Handbook of English Literature and Theology. Ed. Andrew Hass, David Jasper, and Elisabeth Jay. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. 499-522. ISBN 978-0-19-954448-6.

DAI, Shu-ping. “Theme Revealed through Psychological Revulsions in Prosaic Story Telling: A Review of James Joyce’s ‘The Dead.’” Heilongjiang jiao yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Heilongjiang College of Education 27, x (October 2008): 146-47. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

DE LA RICA, Álvaro. “Lengua y poesía en ‘The Dead’ de James Joyce.” Análisis del discurso: Lengua, cultura, valores: Actas del I Congreso Internacional (Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, noviembre de 2002). Ed. Manuel Casado Velarde, Ramón González Riuz, and María Victoria Romero Gualda. Vol. 1. Madrid: Arco/Libros, 2006. 343-51. ISBN 84-7635-632-3.

DEL RÍO-ÁLVARO, Constanza. “William Trevor’s Felicia’s Journey: Inherited Dissent or Fresh Departure from Tradition?” Estudios Irlandeses 2 (2007): 1-13. <http://www.estudiosirlandeses.org/>. [Compared to “Eveline.”]

DEVLIN-GLASS, Frances. “Writing in the Slipstream of the Wildean Trauma: Joyce, Buck Mulligan and Homophobia Reconsidered.” Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 31, ii (Fall 2005): 27-33.

DI MARTINO, Loredana. Il caleidoscopio della scrittura: James Joyce, Carlo Emilio Gadda e il romanzo modernista. Lingue, linguaggi, letterature, 2. Naples: Edizioni scientifiche italiane, 2009. 221 pp. ISBN 88-495-1660-6. [Includes Albert Sbragia, “Prefazione: Joyce, Gadda and Literary Modernity,” 7-17.]

“District Court Finds Plaintiff Satisfies ‘Case or Controversy’ Requirement and Sufficiently Alleges Copyright Misuse in Declaratory Judgement.” Packet 4, iii (3 March 2007). <http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/packet/4/3>.

DOKI, Kazuhiro. Mono katari no yurishizu: naratorojikaru apurochi = The Narrative Object in Ulysses. Tokyo: Nan’undo, 2009. 342 pp. ISBN 978-4-523-29310-1. [Rev.: Masaya Shimokusu, Journal of Irish Studies 24 (2009): 118-19.]

DREES, Stefan. “Welttheater im kartenformat: James Joyces Ulysses und das Notationskonzept von Michael Heischs Brouillage/Bruitage-Zyklus.” Neue Zeitschift für Musik 169, v (September/October 2008): 26-29.

DUPONT, Caroline. “Beauchemin-Beaulieu devant Melville et Joyce: l’image oratoire en miroir.” @nalyses: Revue de critique et de théorie littéraire 3, iii (Autumn 2008): 54-71. <http://www.revue-analyses.org/document.php?id=1207>.

EGELKO, Bob. “Professor Wins Fees from Joyce Estate.” San Francisco Chronicle (29 September 2009): C-1. [Carol Shloss and Lucia Joyce.]

ELLMANN, Maud. “Ulysses: Changing into an Animal.” Field Day Review 2: 74-93.

ELLMANN, Richard. Ulysses on the Liffey. New York: Barnes & Noble, 2009. xiv, 190 pp. ISBN 978-1-4351-0849-3. [Reissue of the 1978 printing.]

FENG, Fa-yun. “Keys to Joyce’s Works.” Zhaotong shi zhuan xue bao. She hui ke xue = Journal of Zhaotong Teacher’s College 30, i (February 2008): 40-43. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

FOGARTY , Anne. “James Joyce (1882-1941).” The UCD Aesthetic: Celebrating 150 Years of UCD Writers. Ed. Anthony Roche. Dublin: New Island, 2005. 38-49. ISBN 1-904301-82-7.

FOSTER, John Wilson. “Bloomsday’s Joyce.” Between Shadows: Modern Irish Writing and Culture. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2009. 219-34. ISBN 0-7165-3005-8.

FOSTER, John Wilson. “The Irish Renaissance, 1890-1940: Prose in English.” Cambridge History of Irish Literature: Volume 2, 1890-2000. Ed. Margaret Kelleher and Philip O’Leary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. 113-80. ISBN 0-521-82223-8. [Especially “James Joyce,” 145-53.]

GANZ, Rebecca F. “A Portrait of the Artist’s Estate as a Copyright Problem.” Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 41, ii (Winter 2008): 739-62. [Carol Shloss and Lucia Joyce.]

GARCÍA NIETO, Rebeca. “James Joyce: un funámbulo del litoral.” Frenia: revista de historia de la psiquiatría 7, i (2007): 61-87. <http://www.freniahistoriapsiquiatria.com/>.

GILLERS, Stephen. “A Tendency to Deprave and Corrupt: The Transformation of American Obscenity Law from Hicklin to Ulysses II.” Washington University Law Review 85, ii (2007): 215-96. <http://lawreview.wustl.edu/inprint/85/2/Gillers.pdf>.

GILLESPIE, Gerald. Echoland: Readings from Humanism to Postmodernism. New Comparative Poetics, 19. Brussels: P.I.E.-Peter Lang, 2006. 334 pp. ISBN 90-5201-030-7. [Passim, especially Finnegans Wake.]

GIOVANNOLI, Renato. “Il caso Dracula-Joyce.” Il vampiro innominato: il “Caso Manzoni-Dracula” e altri casi di vampirismo letterario. Le porpore, 41. Milan: Medusa Edizioni, 2008. 85-117. ISBN 978-88-7698-162-3.

GIURIATO, Davide. “Prolegomena zur Marginalie.” “Schreiben heißt: sich selber lesen”: Schreibszenen als Selbstlektüren. Ed. Davide Giuriato, Martin Stingelin and Sandro Zanetti. Zur Genealogie des Schreibens, 9. Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2008. 177-98. ISBN 978-3-7705-4654-1. [Includes remarks on Arno Schmidt’s working copy of FW.]

GODA, Michiyo. “‘Take the Starch out of Her’: ‘Secret’/‘Soil’ of the Lotus-Eaters Episode in Ulysses.” Journal of Irish Studies 21 (2006): 107-17.

GOMES, Mario. “Strandspaziergänge und Bettgeschichten: Kognitive Modelle und poetologische Metaphorik in Joyces Ulysses.” Gedankenlesemaschinen: Modelle für eine Poetologie des Inneren Monologs. Rombach Wissenschaften, Reihe Litterae, 166. Freiburg im Beisgau: Rombach Verlag, 2008. 127-51. ISBN 978-3-7930-9552-1.

GORNAT, Tomasz. “A chemistry of stars”: Epiphany, Openness and Ambiguity in the Works of James Joyce. Studia i monografie, Uniwersytet Opolski, 376. Opole: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Opolskiego, 2006. 233 pp. ISBN 83-7395-197-0.

GREAVES, Richard. “Paralysis Re-considered: James Joyce’s Dubliners.” A Companion to the British and Irish Short Story. Ed. Cheryl Alexander Malcolm and David Malcolm. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, 56. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008. 165-73. ISBN 1-4051-4537-4.

GRIGG, Russell. “Heavenly Joyce.” Lacan, Language, and Philosophy. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2008. 18-24. ISBN 978-0-7914-7345-0.

GRUBICA, Irena. “Hrvatski prijevodi Joyceovog Uliksa.” Književna smotra 39, iv (2007): 33-48. [Croatian translations of U.]

GUERRA, Lia. Fogli triestini: Giacomo Joyce. Joyciana, 2. Ospedaletto, Pisa: Pacini Editore, 2007. 126 pp. ISBN 88-7781-908-X.

HALLORAN, Thomas F. James Joyce: Developing Irish Identity: A Study of the Development of Postcolonial Irish Identity in the Novels of James Joyce. Studies in English Literatures, 12. Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag, 2009. 156 pp. ISBN 3-89821-571-7.

HANSEN, Jim. “Overcoming Allegory: Joyce’s Ulysses and the Limits of the Irish Gothic.” Terror and Irish Modernism: The Gothic Tradition from Burke to Beckett. Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2009. 87-123. ISBN 1-4384-2821-9.

HANSSON, Heidi. “Literature as Charity: The Case of Yeats is Dead!” Nordic Irish Studies 4 (2005): 109-18.

HAVEN, Cynthia. Stanford Researcher Gets Six-figure Settlement from James Joyce Estate, 2009. <http://news.stanford.edu/news/2009/september28/shloss-joyce-settlement-092809.html>. [Carol Shloss and Lucia Joyce.]

HEIJDEN, A. F. Th. van der. Kruis en kraai: de romankunst na James Joyce. Over de roman, 1. Amsterdam: Athanaeum-Polak & Van Gennep, 2008. 105 pp. ISBN 978-90-253-6385-7.

HENRÍQUEZ, Santiago J., and Carmen Martín Santana, eds. Estudios Joyceano en Gran Canaria: Joyce “In His Palms.” Madrid: Huerga y Fierro, 2007. 252 pp. ISBN 978-84-8374-677-6. [Contents: “Nota previa,” 9-10; José Miguel Alonso Giráldez, “El linguage de la frustración y el deseo en Ulysses de James Joyce,” 13-27; Antonio Raúl de Toro Santos, “La literature irlandesa en España,” 29-41; Benigno del Rio Molina, “Moneda y palabra: De Ezra Pound al ‘Nestor’ de Joyce,” 43-56; Mla. Susana Domínguez Pena, “Patrón de comportamiento de la figura del sacerdote en la narración brevede S. O’Faolain,” 57-64; José Manuel Estévez Saá, “La lección de Dermot Bolger: Releeer Ulises a los 90,” 65-76; Margarita Estévez Saá, “El fantasma de Lucia en/y la obra de James Joyce,” 77-90; Rafael García León, “Joyce y la alegoría del mundo como escenario,” 91-100; Francisco García Tortosa, “La hija del judío y los judíos en Ulises,” 101-18; María Isabel González Cruz, “Aspectos sociolingüísticos en los relatos de Dubliners,” 119-36; Santiago J. Henríquez Jiménez, “Vitalidad de la literatura irlandesa posterior al cuadrinomio Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats, James Joyce y Samuel Beckett,” 137-44; Rubén Jarazo Álvarez, “Un viaje a Irlanda en la literatura gallega: Lord Dunsany y Alvaro Cunqueiro,” 145-58; Alberto Lázaro, “El misterio del primer Ulysses catalán: la odisea de Joan Francesc Vidal Jové,” 159-74; Lidia María Montero Ameneiro, “‘A bird on its wings over water’: Two Days in Aragon de Molly Keane,” 175-84; Maureen Mulligan, “Irish Music and the Musical Background to Joyce,” 185-94; Juan Ignacio Oliva, “Intertextualidades y ecos joyceanos en la escritura confesional angloindia,” 195-206; Sonia Petisco, “El monólogo de Molly Bloom: Disolución del alma,” 207-14; María Isabel Porcel García, “La influencia de Valery Larbaud en James Joyce,” 215-24; Jefferey Simons, “The Literate Gusts of ‘Aeolus,’” 225-38; María de la Cinta Zunino Garrido, “Biblical Echos in Chamber Music,” 239-50. [Revs.: José Francisco Fernández, Estudios irlandaises 3 (2008): 170-72; Manuel A. Hernández Hernández, “Joyceagainsawake,” Revista canaria de estudios ingleses no. 57 (November 2008): 195-200.]

HOSSICK, Malcolm. James Joyce: A Concise Biography. Long Branch: Kultur, 2007. DVD. 30 mins. ISBN 0-769785-26-3. [Reissue of James Joyce, Poet and Novelist, 1882-1941 (1993).]

HU, Xiang-hua. “On the Artistic Features of the Lyric Story with James Joyce’s Dubliners.” Tianjin wai guo yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Tianjin Foreign Studies University 15, ii (March 2008): 58-63. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

HUANG, Shao-wen. “Gothic Elements in James Joyce’s ‘Araby.’” Putian xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Putian University 15, iii (June 2008): 76-79. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

HYSLOP, Jonathan. “Gandhi, Mandela, and the African Modern.” Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. Ed. Sarah Nuttall and Achille Mbembé. Public Culture Book. Durham: Duke University Press, 2008. 119-36. ISBN 0-8223-4262-6. [In regard to nationalism in Ulysses; also mention of the importation of the 1932 Ulysses by Fanny Klennerman of Vanguard Booksellers.]

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 84 (October 2009). [Contents: David Spurr, “How to Read Ulysses” (rev. of Declan Kiberd, Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living, 2009), 1; Maria-Daniella Dick, (rev. of Louis Armand and Clare Wallace, Giacomo Joyce: Envoys of the Other, 2006), 2; Ronan Crowley, (rev. of Alan W. Friedman and Charles Rossman, De-familiarizing Readings: Essays from the Austin Joyce Conference, 2009), 2; Matthew Hayward, (rev. of Beatrice Monaco, Machinic Modernism: The Deleuzian Literary Machines of Woolf, Lawrence and Joyce, 2008), 2; Richard Brown, “Xago’s Ulysses Papercuts,” 3; Scarlett Baron, “Buffalo in 2009,” 3; Mark Sutton, (rev. of Lee Spinks, James Joyce: A Critical Guide, 2009), 3; Robert Nicholson, “Dublin News,” 4; Richard Brown, “‘Joycean Variations’ in Waterhouse’s Billy Liar,” 4; Alistair Stead, “McCann’s Favourite,” 4. Includes illustrations by Xago Schroeder.]

James Joyce Literary Supplement 23, ii (Fall 2009). [Contents: Maria Kager, “Genetic Joyce Pomes: Better Than You Thought” (rev. of Ilaria Natali, “That submerged doughdoughty doubleface”: Pomes Penyeach di James Joyce: Uno studio genetico del “volto nascosto” di Joyce, 2008), 2-3; Antonio Bibbò, “Joyce and the Popular Press” (rev. of Elisabetta D’Erme, Tit-Bits: James Joyce, un’epoca e i suoi media, 2008), 3-4; Kimberly J. Devlin, “Joyce’s Paradoxical Bittersweet Catholicism” (rev. of Mary Lowe-Evans, Catholic Nostalgia in Joyce and Company, 2008), 4-5; Andrew Gibson, “Catastrophe in Permanence” (rev. of David Lloyd, Irish Times: Temporalities of Modernity, 2008), 6-7; Robert Spoo, “Your Tax Dollars at Work” (rev. of Claire A. Culleton and Karen Leick, Modernism on File: Writers, Artists, and the FBI, 1920-1950, 2008), 7-8; Deborah G. Christie, “The Dark Shadows of Modernism” (rev. of John Paul Riquelme, Gothic and Modernism: Essaying Dark Literary Modernity, 2008), 8-9; Geert Lernout, “Murphy’s Beckett’s Joyce” (rev. of P. J. Murphy, Beckett’s Dedalus: Dialogical Engagements with Joyce in Beckett’s Fiction, 2009), 10-11; P. J. Murphy, “Beckett and the Body: A Materialist Approach” (rev. of Ulrika Maude, Beckett, Technology and the Body, 2009), 11-12; Judith Harrington, “As St. Patrick Predicted...” (rev. of Eugene Hynes, Knock: The Virgin’s Apparition in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, 2008), 12-13; Bonnie Kime Scott, “The World of Marilyn French,” 13; Vanessa Silva Fernández, “Tracing the Jesuit in Bilbao: A Report on the 20th Conference of the Spanish James Joyce Society, Bilbao, April 2009,” 14; Tamara Radak, “The Joys(e) of Trieste: The 13th Annual Joyce Trieste School,” 15; Emily McCann, “Young Ireland, Yeats, and Irish Citizenship” (rev. of David Dwan, The Great Community: Culture and Nationalism in Ireland, 2008), 15-16.]

KAGER, Maria. “Modernisti musicali: Musica a confronto in Ulysses di James Joyce e Doktor Faustus di Thomas Mann.” I cinque sensi (per tacer del sesto): Atti della Scuola Europea di Studi Comparati, Bertinoro, 28 agosto-4 settembre 2005. Ed. Francesco Ghelli. Quaderni di Synapsis, 6. Florence: Le Monnier, 2007. 104-14. ISBN 88-00-20692-1.

KERSHNER, R. Brandon. “Joyce, James.” Encyclopedia of Erotic Literature. Ed. Gaétan Brulotte and John Phillips. New York: Routledge, 2006. 713-14. ISBN 1-5795-8441-1.

KIBERD, Declan. “Literature and Politics.” Cambridge History of Irish Literature: Volume 2, 1890-2000. Ed. Margaret Kelleher and Philip O’Leary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. 9-49. ISBN 0-521-82223-8. [Especially “Village Modernism and the Compulsory Bohemia,” 33-40.]

KIBERD, Declan. Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Life in Joyce’s Masterpiece. New York: W. W. Norton, 2009. xi, 399 pp. ISBN 0-393-07099-9. [Published first in the UK as Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living. Revs.: Publishers Weekly 256, xxv (22 June 2009): 1; Bryce Christensen, Booklist 105, xxi (22 June 2009): 22; Steven G. Kellman, “James Joyce for Ordinary Blokes?” Chronicle of Higher Education (21 September 2009); Justin Moyer, Christian Science Monitor (8 October 2009); Michael Stoffel, “Ulysses Unraveled for the Everyday Reader,” Star Tribune (18 October 2009).]

(KIBERD, Declan. Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living. 2009.) [Revs.: Mary Cregan, Financial Times (12 October 2009); Kevin Jackson, “A Life in the Day,” Sunday Times (7 June 2009): Culture 40; Claire Kilroy, “The Book of Now,” Irish Times (30 May 2009): Weekend 10; Sam Leith, “Rejoice!...” Daily Mail (9 June 2009): Culture 4-5; Blake Morrison, “Hymn to Everyday Life,” Guardian (18 July 2009): Guardian Review 10; Gerry McCarthy, “Life, the Universe and Ulysses,” Sunday Times (14 June 2009): Culture 4-5; Sean O’Hagan, “At Last: A True Champion for Ulysses,” Observer (31 May 2009): Observer Review 21; Claire Wills, “A People’s Joyce,” TLS no. 5561 (30 October 2009): 8.]

(KLITGÅRD, Ida and Steen Klitgård Povlsen. Joyce og Danmark. 2006.) [Rev.: Michael Jannerup Andersen, “James Joyce og det danske,” Berlingske tidende (13 May 2006).]

(KNOWLES, Sebastian D. G., Geert Lernout, and John McCourt. Joyce in Trieste: An Album of Risky Readings. 2007.) [Rev.: Patrick Parrinder, Irish Studies Review 16, i (February 2008): 100-02.]

KROUSE, Tonya. “Pleasure and Sexuality in ‘Circe’s Sadomasochistic Enactments.” The Opposite of Desire: Sex and Pleasure in the Modernist Novel. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2009. 117-140. ISBN 0-7391-2338-6.

KROUSE, Tonya. “‘Pleasuring’ Molly Bloom.” The Opposite of Desire: Sex and Pleasure in the Modernist Novel. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2009. 141-63. ISBN 0-7391-2338-6.

(LAMAN, Barbara. James Joyce and German Theory: The Romantic School and All That. 2004.) [Rev.: Stéphane Jousni, Études irlandaises 31, ii (Autumn 2006): 168-69.]

LEICK, Karen. Gertrude Stein and the Making of an American Celebrity. New York: Routledge, 2009. xiv, 242 pp. ISBN 0-415-99472-1. [Passim.]

LI, Kai. “A Stylistic Study of Narrative in Ulysses.” Guizhou gong ye da xue xue bao. She hui ke xue ban = Journal of Guizhou University of Technology. Social Science Edition 9, iv (August 2007): 158-60. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LIU, Jing. “Unapproachable Pigeon House: On Religious Metaphors in ‘An Encounter.’” Haerbin xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Harbin University 29, viii (August 2008): 58-61. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LLOYD, David. “The Medieval Sill: Postcolonial Temporalities in Joyce.” Irish Times: Temporalities of Modernity. Field Day Files, 4. Dublin: Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame/Field Day, 2008. 73-100. ISBN 978-0-946755-40-0.

LOMMEL, Michael. “Erinnerung und Dissolve: Zum Gedächtniskino in James Joyce’ Erzählung ‘The Dead.’” LiLi, Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 38, no. 152 (December 2008): 113-26.

MacCORMAIC , Ruadhán. “Joyce Estate Settles Copyright Dispute with US Academic.” Irish Times (1 October 2009): 1. [Carol Shloss and Lucia Joyce.]

MADDOX, Brenda. “Scholars’ Delight.” TLS no. 5567 (11 December 2009): 15. [November 6 London colloquium: “Ulysses: 25 Years of the Critical and Synoptic Edition.”]

MAHON, Peter. Joyce: A Guide for the Perplexed. London: Continuum, 2009. xi, 197 pp. ISBN 0-08264-8791-2.

MARCHETTI, Leo, ed. Topografie per Joyce. Studi di anglistica, 1. Roma: Aracne, 2004. 239 pp. ISBN 88-548-0044-9. [Contents: Leo Marchetti, “Introduzione,” 11-17; Leo Marchetti, “Bloom nel labirinto del mondo: dai Lestrigoni all’Ormond Hotel,” 19-36; Francesco Marroni, “‘I shall fly by those nets’: James Joyce e le parole indelebili della cultura vittoriana,” 37-54; Giulia Pissarello, “Stairs, steps, staircases: dislivelli epifanici per il lettore di Joyce,” 55-74; Mario Faraone, “‘On his way through the metropolis’: Topografie labirintiche e urbanistica narrativa in ‘Wandering Rocks,’” 75-99; Paola Evangelista, “Il mondo in una stanza: Chamber Music di James Joyce,” 101-18; Tania Zulli, “‘A Portrait of the “Exile” as a Young Man’: James Joyce e la topologia dell’esclusione,” 119-39; Carla Fusco, “Altrove e alterità in ‘After the Race,’” 141-51; Raffaella Antinucci, “L’Odissea di un racconto: dall’Irlanda di Joyce all’Italia di Rossellini,” 153-85; Simone Del Grosso, “I/EYE: Stream of Consciousness come flusso audiovisivo,” 187-206; Raffaella Ciunci, “Topografie rurali e metropolitane in Laurence Sterne e James Joyce,” 207-25; Simona Martini, “Lo spazio e la distanza in funzione del ‘Joyce’s Humanism’: Brenden Kennelly e James Joyce,” 227-39.]

MASSOUTRE, Guylaine. Renaissances: vivre avec Joyce, Aquin, Yourcenar. Quebec: Éditions Fides, 2007. [440] pp. ISBN 978-2-7621-2815-4.

McGAHERN, John. “Dubliners.” Love of the World: Essays. Ed. Stanley van der Ziel. London: Faber and Faber, 2009. 200-07. ISBN 0-571-24511-0.

McGAHERN, John. “Mr Joyce and Mr Yeats.” Love of the World: Essays. Ed. Stanley van der Ziel. London: Faber and Faber, 2009. 185-87. ISBN 0-571-24511-0. [Foreword to James Joyce Exhibition Catalogue (Colgate University), 1979.]

McGARRITY, Maria, and Louis J. Parascandola. “‘I’m a...naughty girl’: Prostitution and Outsider Women in James Joyce’s ‘The Boarding House’ and Eric Walrond’s ‘The Palm Porch.’” Journal of Caribbean Studies 22, iii (Fall 2008): 197-213.

MIKOWSKI , Sylvie. “Le roman de Dublin: nouvelles figurations.” Études irlandaises 32, ii (Autumn 2007): 139-54. [John McGahern, Dermot Bolger, Roddy Doyle, Deirdre Madden, Keith Ridgway, and Sean O’Reilly as successors to JJ.]

MONACO, Beatrice. Machinic Modernism: The Deleuzian Literary Machines of Woolf, Lawrence and Joyce. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. viii, 213 pp. ISBN 0-230-21936-5.

MOSQUERA Gende , Ingrid. “Cross-Cultural Relationships: Ireland and Scotland, Edwin Muir and James/ NATALI, Ilaria. The Ur-Portrait: Stephen Hero ed il processo di creazione artistica in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Premio Resi Dottorato, 2. Florence: Firenze University Press, 2008. xi, 174 pp. ISBN 978-88-8453-908-3.

NEGRO, Francesca. “Registrazioni sensoriali per il labirinto di Dedalus: Sensi e costruzioni dell’io in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” I cinque sensi (per tacer del sesto): Atti della Scuola Europea di Studi Comparati, Bertinoro, 28 agosto-4 settembre 2005. Ed. Francesco Ghelli. Quaderni di Synapsis, 6. Florence: Le Monnier, 2007. 277-89. ISBN 978-88-00-20692-1.

(NØRGAARD, Nina. Systematic Functional Linguistics and Literary Analysis: A Hallidayan Approach to Joyce, a Joycean Approach to Halliday. 2003.) [Rev.: Jennifer Herriman, Nordic Journal of English Studies 7, i (2005): 104-06.]

O’BRIEN , Eugene. “Winterwood: A Portrait of the Artist as a Postmodern Pariah.” Modernity and Postmodernity in a Franco-Irish Context. Ed. Eamon Maher, Grace Neville, and Eugene O’Brien. Studies in Franco-Irish Relations, 2. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2008. 141-59. ISBN 978-3-631-58158-2. [Patrick McCabe’s Winterwood and P.]
O’Leary eary, Joseph S. “Dionysus in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” Journal of Irish Studies 24 (2009): 66-74.
O’Leary eary, Joseph S. “The Palm of Beauty: Yeats, Rilke, Joyce.” Journal of Irish Studies 21 (2006): 36-48.
(O’Neill , Patrick. Polyglot Joyce: Fictions of Translation. 2005.) [Rev.: Motohiro Kojima, Journal of Irish Studies 21 (2006): 138-39.]

“Order Denying Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss and Granting in Part Defendants’ Motion to Strike.” Shloss v. Sweeney: 515 F.Supp.2d 1068, N.D.Cal., February 09, 2007 (NO. C 06-03718 JW), 2007. <http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/system/files/Order%20denying%20Motion%20to%20Dismiss.pdf>.

“Order Granting Plaintiff’s Motion for Award of Attorney Fees and Costs.” Shloss v. Sweeney: 515 F.Supp.2d 1083, N.D.Cal., May 30, 2007 (NO. C 06-03718 JW), 2007. <http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/system/files/Order%20granting%20fee%20motion.pdf>.

(ORR, Leonard. Joyce, Imperialism, & Postcolonialism. 2008.) [Rev.: J. M. Utell, Choice 46, xi (July 2009): 46-6050.]

(OSER, Lee. The Ethics of Modernism: Moral Ideas in Yeats, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf and Beckett. 2007.) [Rev.: Alyda Faber, Studies in Religion = Sciences religieuses 37, i (2008): 165-67.]

PARKER, Stewart. “Exiles by James Joyce.” Dramatis Personae and Other Writings. Ed. Gerald Dawe, Maria Johnston, and Clare Wallace. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2008. 78-80. ISBN 80-7308-241-3. [From Fortnight (26 January 1972).]

PARKER, Stewart. “Jim and Me.” Dramatis Personae and Other Writings. Ed. Gerald Dawe, Maria Johnston, and Clare Wallace. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2008. 98-101. ISBN 80-7308-241-3. [Memoir; from Irish University Review 12, i (Spring 1982).]

PEARSON, Neil. Obelisk: A History of Jack Kahane and the Obelisk Press. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2007. xiii, 494 pp. ISBN 1-8463-1101-2. [Passim, especially “A-17 Pomes Penyeach” [bibliographic description of the edition], 121-23; “James Joyce and Lucia Joyce,” 414-21.]

PELASCHIAR, Laura. Ulisse gotico. Joyciana, 3. Ospedaletto, Pisa: Pacini Editore, 2009. 124 pp. ISBN 88-6315-125-3.

PROSE, Francine. Reading Like a Writer: A Guide for People Who Love Books and for Those Who Want to Write Them. New York: HarperCollins, 2006. 273 pp. ISBN 0-06-077704-3. [Style in “The Dead”: 28, 58-59, 217-19.]

QU, Rong-ying. “A Brief Study of Joyce’s Theory of Epiphany.” Liaoning shi fan da xue xue bao = Journal of the Liaoning Normal University 30, vi (November 2007): 105-07. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

QUAN, Hong. “Language Features in James Joyce’s Novels.” Nanchang da xue xue bao. She hui ke xue ban = Journal of Nanchang University. Social sciences 39, i (January 2008): 122-26. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

RATHJEN, Friedhelm. “Lesezeichen nach Trieste: Zu den Joyceana in Arno Schmidts Bibliothek und einem adriatischen Plan.” Der Bücherfresser: Arno Schmidt als Wiederverwerter. Edition ReJoyce, 27. Scheeßel: Edition ReJoyce, 2009. 135-48. ISBN 978-3-00-027277-6. [Enlarged from Zettelkasten 16 (1997).]

RATHJEN, Friedhelm. “Namen, Titel, Zitate übersetzen: Zehn Regeln aus der Praxis, abgeleitet von und angewandt auf Übersetzungen der Joyce-Romane Ulysses und Finnegans Wake.” Quadratur des Kreises: Zum Übersetzen. Edition ReJoyce, 28. Scheeßel: Edition ReJoyce, 2009. 93-126. ISBN 978-3-00-028428-1.

RATHJEN, Friedhelm. “Quadratur des Kreises: Zur Übersetzung von Finnegans Wake ins Deutsche.” Quadratur des Kreises: Zum Übersetzen. Edition ReJoyce, 28. Scheeßel: Edition ReJoyce, 2009. 127-39. ISBN 978-3-00-028428-1. [Enlarged from Griffel 1 (1995).]

RATHJEN, Friedhelm. “Zettel’s Charts: Die Top 40 der Moderne in Zettel’s Traum.” Der Bücherfresser: Arno Schmidt als Wiederverwerter. Edition ReJoyce, 27. Scheeßel: Edition ReJoyce, 2009. 149-66. ISBN 978-3-00-027277-6.

RODRÍGUEZ SALAS, Gerardo. “No tan muertos: Feminidad y vida en ‘The Dead’ de James Joyce y la adaptación cinematográfica de John Huston.” El cuento en red: estudios sobre la ficcion breve no. 12 (Autumn 2005): 50-66. <http://cuentoenred.xoc.uam.mx/tabla_contenido.php?id_fasciculo=240>.

RUGGIERI, Franca, John McCourt, and Enrico Terrinoni, eds. Joyce in Progress: Proceedings of the 2008 James Joyce Graduate Conference in Rome. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. xxi, 262 pp. ISBN 1-4438-1235-8. [Contents: Franca Ruggieri, Enrico Terrinoni, John McCourt, “Foreword,” xi-xvi; Derek Attridge, “Introduction,” xvii-xxi; Timo Müller, “The Fragmented Self: Re-Reading Dubliners as Autobiographical Fiction,” 2-13; Sabrina D’Alessandro, “Self and Reference in Joyce’s Portraits of the Artist,” 14-25; A. Joseph McMullen, “‘A New Soaring Impalpable Imperishable Being’: The Language of Creation in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” 26-34; Ilaria Natali, “Questioning Genetic Criticism: The Dossier of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” 35-48; Antonio Bibbò, “‘Tell A Graphic Lie:’ Ekphraseis and Alternative Readings of Ulysses,” 50-58; Elisabetta Cecconi, “‘To Let Him Have the Weight of My Tongue’: The I-Narrator’s Voice in ‘Cyclops,’” 59-73; C. Clay Stevens, “‘Let Me Be and Let Me Live’: The Spectre of Death in James Joyce’s Ulysses,” 74-90; Emanuela Zirzoti, “M. M. Bakhtin’s ‘Dialogism’ and ‘Parody’ in James Joyce’s Ulysses,” 91-104; Sonia Buttinelli, “Drama and Life: From Wagner to Joyce,” 106-13; Marco Camerani, “Joyce and Early Cinema: Peeping Bloom Through the Keyhole,” 114-28; Davide Crosara, “Joyce and Pinter: Facing the Ghost of Epiphany,” 129-34; Michelle McSwiggan Kelly, “Oceanic Longings: An Ecocritical Approach to Joyce,” 135-47; Fabio Luppi, “Cathleen ni Houlihan: From Yeats to Joyce,” 148-61; Maria Domenica Mangialavori, “The Ghost of James Joyce in Contemporary Detective Fiction: The Case of Amanda Cross and Bartholomew Gill,” 162-74; Lorenzo Orlandini, “James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, and the Flesh: Bodily Needs in ‘Lestrygonians,’ More Pricks Than Kicks and Krapp’s Last Tape,” 175-85; Teresa Prudente, “‘The Damned Egotistical Self’: Self and Impersonality in Virginia Woolf’s and James Joyce’s Writing,” 186-94; Federico Sabatini, “Joyce’s Visual Writing: The Symbolic Space of Embrasure,” 195-206; Lea Sinoimeri, “Mathematics of Subjectivity: The Question of Continuum in Samuel Beckett’s ‘Dante... Bruno. Vico.. Joyce,’” 207-19; Sara Sullam, “‘And Confluent Oceanflowing Rivers with their Tributaries and Transoceanic Currents’: James Joyce in America: The Case of William Carlos Williams,” 220-35; Mariacristina Petillo, “A Minor Joyce? Pomes Penyeach Set to Music,” 236-47; Umberto Eco, “Afterword: Joyce’s Misfortunes in Italy,” 248-57.]

RYBIŃSKA, Katarzyna. Koncepcja “gry umysłu” w prozie Andrieja Biełego i Jam-esa Joyce’a. Slavica Wratislaviensia,144; Acta Universitatis Wratislaviensis, 2971. Wrocław: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego, 2007. 188 pp. ISBN 978-83-229-2883-7.

(SABATINI, Federico. Im-marginable: Lo spazio di Joyce, Beckett e Genet. 2007.) [Rev.: Simona Mazzi Ridris, Secretum online (1 February 2008) <http://www.secretum-online.it/default.php?idnodo=539>.]

SABATINI, Federico. “‘It can’t be all in one language’: Poetry and ‘Verbivocovisual’ Language in Joyce and Pound.” Review of Literatures of the European Union no. 8 (2008): 97-114. <http://www.rilune.org/ENGLISH/mono8/10_Sabatini.pdf>.

SCAFF, Susan V. “The Meaning of Myth in Ulysses and The Magic Mountain.” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 11, ii (2009). <http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb/vol11/iss2/8/>.

SCAFF, Susan von Rohr. “The Vitality of Music in Mann and Joyce: Wagner in ‘Fullness of Harmony’ and ‘Sirens.’” Orbis litterarum 64, vi (December 2009): 439-56.

SCHWEIKERT, Rudi. “Tittlebat Titmouse wird wach und macht Toilette: Empfehlung eines Romans von Samuel Warren, den Arno Schmidts Daniel Pagenstecher der Lektüre nicht wert fand, und ein kurzer Vergleich mit James Joyces Ulysses.” Die Horen 45, ii (2008): 123-32.

SCOTFORD, Martha. “Ulysses: Fast Track to 1934 Best Seller.” Observatory (1 December 2009). <http://observatory.designobserver.com/entry.html?entry=12067>.

Settlement Agreement and Mutual Release, 2009. <http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/system/files/Shloss%20Fee%20Settlement%20Agreement%20and%20Mutual%20Release.pdf>. [Agreement of August 2009 between the Estate of James Joyce and Carol Loeb Shloss related to her use of unpublished materials in her biography of Lucia Joyce.]

(SHARKEY, E. Joseph. Idling the Engine: Linguistic Skepticism in and around Cortâzar, Kafka, and Joyce. 2006.) [Rev.: John Fletcher, Comparative Literature Studies 44, iv (2007): 515-18.]

SHEEHAN, Sean. Joyce’s Ulysses: A Reader’s Guide. Continuum Reader’s Guides. London: Continuum, 2009. v, 133 pp. ISBN 1-84706-518-X.

Stevenson , Randall. “1916, Flanders, London, Dublin: ‘Everything Has Gone Well.’” The Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Literatures in English. Ed. Brian McHale and Randall Stevenson. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2006. 35-47. ISBN 0-7486-2011-7.

SUSSMAN, Henry. “Exiles in Writing: Joyce and Benjamin.” Idylls of the Wanderer: Outside in Literature and Theory. New York: Fordham University Press, 2007. 63-84. ISBN 978-0-8232-2769-3.

SUSSMAN, Henry. “James Baldwin’s Exile: Theory, Circumstance, and the Real of Language.” Idylls of the Wanderer: Outside in Literature and Theory. New York: Fordham University Press, 2007. 85-109. ISBN 978-0-8232-2769-3. [Comparison of Go Tell It on the Mountain with P.]

SUTHERLAND, John. “Ulysses (aetat. 16).” Magic Moments: Life-changing Encounters with Books, Films, Music... London: Profile Books, 2008. 133-38. ISBN 1-84668-078-6.

(THACKER, Andrew. Dubliners: James Joyce. 2006.) [Rev.: Fabienne Dabrigeon-Garcier, Études irlandaises 31, ii (Autumn 2006): 167-68.]

TIAN, Dan. “The Oppressed Image of Dublin in Ulysses.” Guizhou min zu xue yuan xue bao. Zhe xue she hui ke xue ban = Journal of Guizhou University for Ethnic Minorities. Philosophy and Social Science, vi (December 2008): 142-44. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

TONG, Nan. “The Study of ‘Death’ Theme in James Joyce’s Dubliners.” A Hundred Flowers Blossoming: A Collection of Literary Essays Written by Chinese Scholars. Ed. Xiao-ming Yang. Lanham: University Press of America, 2009. 112-24. ISBN 0-7618-4776-6.

TOOLAN, Michael. Narrative Progression in the Short Story: A Corpus Stylistic Approach. Linguistic Approaches to Literature, 6. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2009. [xi,] 212 pp. ISBN 90-272-3338-1. [“Two Gallants,” passim.]

TRIBOUT-JOSEPH, Sarah. Proust and Joyce in Dialogue. London: Legenda—Modern Humanities Research Association and Maney Publishing, 2008. [x], 184 pp. ISBN 978-1-905981-94-6.

VEGH, Beatriz, and Jean-Philippe Barnabé, eds. Proust y Joyce en ámbitos rioplatenses: reflexiones desde Montevideo. Serie Montevideana, 4. Montevideo: Linardi y Risso, 2007. 267 pp. ISBN 978-9974-675-01-8. [Contents: Roberto Appratto, “Joyce y el mundo,” 19-27; Lee Williams, “Tit-Bits, un nexo significativo en la narrativa de Joyce y Onetti,” 27-36; Juan Fló, “La recepción de Ulysses en el Uruguay, Borges y el concepto de novela,” 37-46; Ramiro Sanchíz, “Sobre triángulos y epifanías: Proust, Joyce, Borges,” 121-27; Cristina Elgue-Martini, “La presencia de Ulysses en la obra narrativa de Ricardo Piglia,” 129-39; James Ramey, “Borges’ ‘The Immortal’ and Joyce’s Sinbad the Sailor: Literary Longevity and Intertextuality,” 141- 51; Noemí Ulla, “La recepción de James Joyce en la revista Sur,” 153-58; Patricia Willson, “Juan José Saer, comentador de las versiones del Ulises en español,” 159-67; John Bishop, “Bloom’s Revenge: Ulysses’ Penultimate Resolution,” 193-225.]

VILLACAÑAS, Beatriz. “James Joyce: retrato de una ambición.” Barcarola: Revista de creación literaria 68-69 (November 2006): 321-25. <http://www.barcaroladigital.com/BARCAROLA%2068-69.pdf>.

VILLANUEVA, Darío. “Valle-Inclán y James Joyce.” Valle-Inclán, novelista del modernismo. Prosopopeya. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2005. 198. ISBN 84-8456-255-7.

WEIGEL, Andreas. “Das Ende einer langlebigen Legende: Fakten zur Bekanntschaft zwischen James Joyce und Stefan Zweig.” Praesent 2010. Das literarische Geschehen in Österreich von Juli 2008 bis Juni 2009. Ed. Michael Ritter. Vienna: Praesens Verlag, 2009. 43-56. ISBN 978-3-7069-2010-0.

WILDER, Thornton. “James Joyce, 1882-1941.” The Bridge of San Luis Rey and Other Novels 1926-1948. Ed. J. D. McClatchy. New York: Library of America, 2009. 657-60. ISBN 1-59853-045-3. [From American Characteristics and Other Essays (1979).]

WILDER, Thornton. “Joyce and the Modern Novel.” The Bridge of San Luis Rey and Other Novels 1926-1948. Ed. J. D. McClatchy. New York: Library of America, 2009. 686-93. ISBN 1-59853-045-3. [From American Characteristics and Other Essays (1979).]

WU, Quingjun. “A Spatial Reading of James Joyce’s Novels.” Yancheng shi fan xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Yancheng Teachers College 28, i (February 2008): 74-79. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

XIA, Jin. “‘The Sisters’ as the Introduction to Dubliners.” Suzhou jiao yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Suzhou College of Education 25, i (March 2008). [In Chinese with English abstract.]

YAN, Yu-fang. “Manifestation of Emotion Paralysis in ‘Araby’ and ‘Eveline.’” Shanxi nong ye da xue xue bao = Journal of Shanxi Agricultural University 7, i (2008): 51-54. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

YIN, Yao, and Chen Zhu. “A Portrait of the Artist in Alienation: James Joyce and Stephen Dedalus.” Sichuan wai yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Sichuan International Studies University 24, v (September 2008): 11-15. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

ZHANG, Hong, and Zhi-jiang Wang. “Analysis of Translation Strategies in Ulysses from the Perspective of Text Foregrounding.” Hebei ke ji da xue xue bao. She hui ke xue ban = Journal of Hebei University of Science and Technology. Social Sciences 7, iv (November 2007): 133-35. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

(ZISCHLER, Hanns, and Sara Danius. Nase für Neuigkeiten: Vermischte Nachrichten von James Joyce. 2008.) [Revs.: Hans-Joachim Hahn, “Die Geburt des modernen Romans aus dem Geist der ‘fait divers,’” literaturkritik.de no. 6 (June 2009) <http://www.literaturkritik.de/public/rezension.php?rez_id=13118>; Ursula Zeller, “Zeitungsfresser Joyce,” Neue Zürcher Zeitung (31 March 2009).]

THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS AND BROADCASTS

“A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” In Our Time. BBC Radio 4. 26 November 2009. 45 min. [Melvyn Bragg interviews Roy Foster, Jeri Johnson, and Katherine Mullin.]

ERDMAN, Jean. The Coach with the Six Insides. Alexander Street Press, 2007. 27 min. 59 sec. <http://ativ.alexanderstreet.com/video/details/track/3221403708>. [Reissue of the 1999 VHS excerpt from the 1964 Camera Three television broadcast of the play.]

HUSTON, John. The Dead. Lionsgate 26399, 2009. 1 DVD, 73 min. [Rerelease of the 1987 motion picture.]

MUSICAL SETTINGS

JOYCE, James. The Ballad of Persse O’Reilly: For Tenor, Male Chorus and Two Pianos. Heslington: University of York Music Press, 2008. 34 pp. [Musical setting by David Lumsdaine.]

RECORDINGS

JOYCE, James. Chamber Music. Fire Records, 2008. FIRECD110. 2 compact discs. [Musical settings of the thirty-six poems by Monica Queen, War Against Sleep, Ed Harcourt, Jessica Bailiff, Venture Lift, Virgin Passages, HTRK, Califone, Mike Watt, Owen Tromans, Airport Studies, Text of Light, Mary Lorson, Willy Mason, Noah John, Ian Kearey, David Hurn & Abigail Hopkins, Coldharbourstores, Minus 5, Lori Scacco, The Great Depression, Puerto Muerto, Mercury Rev, Flying Saucer Attack, Sweet Trip, Gerry Mitchell & Little Sparta, Bardo Pond, Sphyr, Mountain Men Anonymous, Tenebrous Liar, Green Pajamas, Gravenhurst, Christian Kiefer, Duke Garwood, Love Tones, and Kinski. Rev.: Tim Martin, “End Paper: Why James Joyce May Be This Summer’s Most Exciting Rock Lyricist,” Daily Telegraph (28 June 2008): Books, 28.]

MISCELLANEOUS

BROWN, Mark. “Ulysses Unread (apart from the racy bits) Fetches £275,000.” Guardian (5 June 2009): 19. [Signed, no. 45 of 100 of the 1922 1st ed., sold by dealer Pom Harrington.]

CAFIERO, Giuseppe. James Joyce, Roma & altre storie. Bologna: Pendragon, 2006. 317 pp. ISBN 88-8342-434-4.

CALLAGHAN, Sheila. Dead City: A Modern Riff on Joyce’s Ulysses. New York: Samuel French, 2008. 75 pp. ISBN 978-0-573-65234-9.

CAVANAUGH, Tim. “Portrait of the Old Man as a Copyright Miser.” Los Angeles Times (5 June 2007). [JJ estate.]

GRAHM, Randall. “Cheninagins Wake: James Juice Takes the Wine Train.” Been Doon So Long: A Randall Grahm Vinthology. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009. 43-44. ISBN 0-520-25956-4. [Parody of FW.]

HAGEN, Daron Aric, and Paul Muldoon. The Antient Concert: A Dramatic Recital for Four Singers, op. 89. New York: Carl Fischer, 2007. 1 vocal score, 77 pp. ISBN 0-8258-6264-7. [“Concerns itself with the 1904 Feis Ceoil competition recital on 27 August 1904 in the Antient Concert Rooms in Dublin.” Characters include Jim Joyce, Nora Barnacle, May Joyce, and John McCormack.]

LUIS, Carlos M. Palimpsests for Beckett & Walls for Finnegans. Oysterville: anabasis, 2004. n.p. ISBN 1-930259-39-5. [Artist’s book inspired by Roaratorio and FW.]

PESSL, Marisha. “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” Special Topics in Calamity Physics. New York: Viking, 2006. 22-34. ISBN 0-670-03777-X. [Fiction.]

RAWERT, Peter. “Buchkunst: Ein Kopfkissen als Hülle für Molly.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (13 August 2009). [On book artist Caroline Saltzwedel, especially her JJ projects for collector Leo Koenders.]

 

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