JJ CHECKLIST (111)

 

JJ CHECKLIST (111)

William S. Brockman
Pennsylvania State University

Our gratitude goes first to Fritz Senn for encouraging a visit to the Zurich James Joyce Foundation and its extraordinary library. Thanks for other contributions to Tim Ahern, Vincent Golden, K. P. S. Jochum, Heather Kelley, Erika Mihálycsa, Federico Sabatini, Dan Schiff, and Andreas Weigel, and a special note of appreciation to Jim LeBlanc for spotting the Pasadena Star-News story that reported Joyceans to be “the punk rockers of academe.” 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 [Back to top]

Finnegans Wake, the Final Chapter: The Illnesstraited Colossick Idition. Littleton: AFIPR, 2010. [237] pp. ISBN 0-9702241-2-5. [Illustrated by Tim Ahern.]

James Joyce, scrivere pericolosamente: riflessioni su vita, arte, letteratura. Ed. Federico Sabatini. Trans. Federico Sabatini. Filigrana, 49. Rome: Minimum Fax, 2011. [168] pp. ISBN 978-88-7521-329-9.

Ulysses. Lexington: 1st Edition Media, 2009. 440 pp. ISBN 97814450571609. [“Original version.”]

Ulysses. Blacksburg: Wilder Publications, 2009. 554 pp. ISBN 978-1-60459-865-0. [Also available digitally for the Nook reader via bn.com.]



SECONDARY SOURCES [Back to top]

Abiko Annual with James Joyce Finnegans Wake Studies no. 26 (2007). [Contents: Tatsuo Hamada, “Forward Excuse to My Readers,” 6-8; James Joyce, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 5 (Page 104-124) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 9-34; James Joyce, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 6 (Page 126-168) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 35-88; Tatsuo Hamada, “Reading Finnegans Wake (excerpts),” 89-99; Tatsuo Hamada, “Autobiography of Joan Peternel,” 100-09; Joan Peternel, “Ulysses Goes to Finnegans Wake,” 110-16; Joan Peternel, “‘Thots’ on the ‘Patholic’ Wake,” 117-23; Tatsuo Hamada, “Joan Peternel and Finnegans Wake,” 124-34; Tatsuo Hamada, “Tim Horvath and Finnegans Wake,” 134-43; Tim Horvath, “The Copy-Editor’s Wake,” 144-49.]

Abiko Annual with James Joyce Finnegans Wake Studies no. 27 (2008). [Contents: Tatsuo Hamada, “Reading FW Is Translating It,” 6-7; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 2 (Page 30-47) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 8-29; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 3 (Page 48-74) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 30-62; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 4 (Page 75-103) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 63-98; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part IV, (Page 593-619) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 99-131; Tatsuo Hamada, “Dwight Brooks and Finnegans Wake,” 132-41.]

ANDERSON, John P. Joyce’s Finnegans Wake: The Curse of Kabbalah, Volume 3. Boca Raton: Universal Publishers, 2009. 365 pp. ISBN 1-59942-858-X.

BAZARNIK, Katarzyna. “Liberature: On the Origin of (Literary) Species.” Vlak 2 (May 2011): 290-97. [U and FW as new phenomena.]

BÉKÉS, Pál. A Lesson in Aspiration: Two Neglected Blooms in the Hungarian Woods = Nyelvlecke: két elfeledett Virágh a magyar pagonyból. Trans. Stephen Humphreys. Szombathely: Savaria University Press, 2011. 30, 30 pp. ISBN 978-963-9882-76-8. [Imaginary biography of Rudolph Bloom.]

BÉNÉJAM, Valérie, and John Bishop, eds. Making Space in the Works of James Joyce. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature, 19. New York: Routledge, 2011. xii, 239 pp. ISBN 0-415-997410. [Contents: Valérie Bénéjam, “Introduction: Making Space,” 1-19; John Bishop, “Space in Finnegans Wake: An Archaeology,” 20-37; André Topia, “Optical Space in Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” 38-54; Valérie Bénéjam, “The Acoustic Space of Ulysses,” 55-68; Luke Gibbons, “Text and the City: Joyce, Dublin, and Colonial Modernity,” 69-90; Liam Lanigan, “Gabriel’s Remapping of Dublin: The Fabricated Cityscape of ‘The Dead,’” 91-108; Michael Rubenstein, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Urban Planner: Plumbing Consciousness in Joyce’s Dublin,” 109-24; Eric Bulson, “Disorienting Dublin,” 125-44; Laurent Milesi, “The Habitatus of Language(s) in Finnegans Wake,” 145-54; David Spurr, “Joyce the Post,” 155-72; Katherine O’Callaghan, “Mapping the ‘Call from Afar’: The Echo of Leitmotifs in James Joyce’s Literary Landscape,” 173-90; Sam Slote, “The Thomistic Representation of Dublin in Ulysses,” 191-202; Daniel Ferrer, “Writing Space,” 203-14.]

BOLLETTIERI BOSINELLI, Rosa Maria. “Joyce sulla Torre Babele.” Words in Action: Diachronic and Synchronic Approaches to English Discourse: Studies in Honour of Ermanno Barisone. Ed. John Douthwaite and Domenico Pezzini. Laputa, 5. Genova: ECIG, 2008. 215-27. ISBN 978-88-7544-135-7.

BOND, Steven. “Joyce, Beckett & the Homelette in the Poêle.” Otherness: Essays & Studies 1, i (October 2010). <http://www.otherness.dk/vol_1/>.

BORNSTEIN, George. “Literary Culture: The Great Gatsby, Ulysses, and The New Negro.” The Colors of Zion: Blacks, Jews, and Irish from 1845 to 1945. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011. 47-66. ISBN 978-0-674-05701-2.

BOURKE, Eoin. “Hagena, Joyce and the Sea.” Heinrich Böll’s Irisches Tagebuch in Context. Ed. Gisela Holfter. Irish-German Studies, 5. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010. 115-22. ISBN 078-3-86821-216-7.

BOWKER, Gordon. James Joyce: A Biography. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2011. 608 pp. ISBN 0-2978-4803-8. [Revs.: Peter Craven, “Portrait Shines Little Light on a Luminary,” Age (23 July 2011): Books 33; Richard Davenport-Hines, Sunday Telegraph (19 June 2011): section 7, 27; Ronan Farren, Sunday Independent (28 August 2011); Edmund Gordon, “The Errant Genius Blooms Afresh,” Sunday Times (12 June 2011): 38; Independent (Dublin) (11 June 2011): Weekend Review; Declan Kiberd, “‘Never mind about my soul . . .’: Declan Kiberd Salutes a Fine, Unfussy Biography of James Joyce,” Guardian (6 August 2011): Review 7; Terence Killeen, “James Joyce’s Remarkable Story, Readably Told . . .” Irish Times (28 May 2011): Weekend 12; Peter Lewis, “‘I Guess the Man’s a Genius—But What a Dirty Mind,’” Daily Mail (17 June 2011); Adam Mars-Jones, Observer (3 July 2011): New Review, 41; Ronan McDonald, “Gordon Bowker’s Biography Is Another Vain Bid to Be Joyce’s Contemporary,” Australian (13 August 2011): Review 18; Tom Payne, “‘Helf a solb, holf a salb’: Joyce’s Biographer Gets Lost in His Material,” Daily Telegraph (16 July 2011): 26-27; Michael Douglas Sayeau, “Quirks of a Superstar,” New Statesman 140, no. 5059 (27 June 2011): 46-47; John Walsh, Independent (10 June 2011); “Would We Have Read Ulysses Written by Gordon Brown?” Belfast Telegraph (18 June 2011): 28.]

BOZAI, Ágota. “Translation in Progress: A Finnegans Wake fordítása.” Kalligram 17, vi (June 2008): 24-30.

(BRANNON, Julie Sloan. Who Reads Ulysses? The Rhetoric of the Joyce Wars and the Common Reader. 2009.) [Rev.: Christopher Cusack, English Studies 92, iv (June 2011): 471-73.]

(BROWN, Richard. A Companion to James Joyce. 2007.) [Rev.: Onno Kosters, European English Messenger 19, i (Spring 2010): 65-69.]

CLIETT, Bill Cole. Riverrun to Livvy: Lots of Fun Reading the First Page of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake. n.p.: n.p., 2011. 339 pp. ISBN 1-460-91414-7.

COATES, Phil. “Joyce Reading Duchamp: On the Art of Ian Hays.” Vlak 2 (May 2011): 146-47.

DILKS, Stephen John. “Deploying Positive Annihilation: Displacing Joyce, 1938-1945.” Samuel Beckett in the Literary Marketplace. Irish Studies. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2011. 132-66. ISBN 0-8156-3254-1.

DONOGHUE, Denis. “A Plain Approach to Ulysses.” Irish Essays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 157-69. ISBN 0-521-18728-1.

DONOGHUE, Denis. “Joyce, Leavis, and the Revolution of the Word.” Irish Essays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 170-90. ISBN 0-521-18728-1.

EIDE, Marian. “James Joyce’s Magdalenes.” College Literature 38, iv (Fall 2011): 57-75.

EPSTEIN, Edmund L. “The Form of Ulysses.” Parallaxe. Ed. Michael Grossmann and Christin Wähner. Munich: R, 2011. 45-49.

ESTERHÁZY, Peter, and András Kappanyos. “EP, JJ, etc: neminterjú, szabadfogás.”
Kalligram 17, vi (June 2008): 4-14.

FARGNOLI, A. Nicholas, and Michael Patrick Gillespie. “Structure and Synopsis of Ulysses.” Parallaxe. Ed. Michael Grossmann and Christin Wähner. Munich: R, 2011. 39-44.

FENNELL, Conor. A Little Circle of Kindred Minds: Joyce in Paris. Dublin: Green Lamp Editions, 2011. 300 pp. ISBN 978-1-907694-98-1. [Revs.: Luca Crispi, “Defining Dublin in the City of Light,” Irish Times (16 July 2011): Weekend 11; Independent (Ireland)(6 August 2011).]

FLUET, Lisa. “Stupidity Tries: Objects, Things, and James Joyce’s ‘Clay.’” Éire-Ireland 46, i-ii (Spring/Summer 2011): 194-223.

FREEDMAN, Ariela. “Global Joyce.” Literature Compass 7, ix (2010): 798-809.

GILES, Paul. “Axel’s Castle.” Essays in Criticism 61, iii (July 2011): 275-300. [In part, on Wilson’s essay on Ulysses.]

GOLDMAN, Jonathan. “James Joyce and Modernist Exceptionalism.” Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity. Literary Modernism Series. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2011. 55-80. ISBN 0-292-072339-3.

GULA, Marianna. “A rév és a vám: a fordítás során keletkezett ‘hozzáadott érték’ jelenségéről.” Alföld 61, ix (2010): 74-84. [“Lost a Bob and Found a Tanner: On the Phenomenon of Additional Value in Translation.”]

GULA, Marianna. “Leopold Bloom Coming into His Own in Hungarian.” The Binding Strength of Irish Studies: Festschrift in Honour of Csilla Bertha and Donald E. Morse. Ed. Marianna Gula, Maria Kurdi and István D. Rácz. Debrecen: Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó, 2011. 117-30. ISBN 978-963-318-109-6.

GULA, Marianna. “Önlelke könyvében olvasva: James Joyce Munkácsy Mihály Ecce Homójáról.” Kalligram 17, vi (June 2008): 31-37.

HAMILTON, Ann. “Montage or the Will to Power.” Vlak 2 (May 2011): 148-55. [Ian Hays’s FW-inspired art.]

HASLINGER, Adolph. “Hat der Ulysses auch ein Österreichisches Schicksal? James Joyce in Feldkirch, Salzburg und Innsbruck.” Künstler begegnen Österreich: Auf den Spuren berühmter Persönlichkeiten Vienna: Ueberreuter, 2011. 79-89. ISBN 978-3-8000-7512-6.

HAYMAN, David. “Motherwell.” Vlak 2 (May 2011): 6-10. [Arion Press edition of U.]

HERBERT, Stacey. The James Joyce Bibliography Project, 2010.<http://jamesjoycebibliography. wordpress.com/2010/12/01/home/>.

HILL, John. “The Venom of Destiny: Reflections on the Jung/Joyce Encounter.” Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture 79 (Spring 2008): 107-23.

HURLEY, Ursula. “Look Back in Wonder: How the Endings of Short Stories Can Be Their Most Powerful and Effective Distinguishing Features.” Short Fiction in Theory and Practice 1, i (2011): 25-35. [“Two Gallants” and “The Dead.”]

IGOE, Vivien. “James Joyce and the Township of Pembroke.” Auguri: To Mary Kelleher. Ed. Fergus Mulligan. Dublin: Royal Dublin Society, 2009. 97-103. ISBN 978-086-027-056-0.

ILMA, Rakusa. “Gehen wir zu Joyce?” Entwürfe no. 53 (March 2008): 41-46.

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 87 (October 2010). [Contents: Catherine Flynn, Cleo Hanaway, Judith Harrington, Vaclav Paris, Camilla Mount and Tony Thwaites, “Prahafest: Impressions of the 22nd International James Joyce Symposium, Prague: 13-18 June 2010,” 1; Catherine Flynn, (rev. of Karen Lawrence, Who’s Afraid of James Joyce? 2010), 2; Richard Brown, (rev. of Sara Crangle, Prosaic Desires: Modernist Knowledge, Boredom, Laughter, and Anticipation, 2010), 2; Marco Camerani, (rev. of Vike Martina Plock, Joyce, Medicine, and Modernity, 2010), 2; Katherine Ebury, (rev. of Tim Conley, Joyce’s Disciples Disciplined: A Re-Exagmination of the “Exagmination” of “Work in Progress,” 2010), 2; Eishiro Ito, (rev. of Sean Latham, James Joyce, 2010), 2; Vike Martina Plock, (rev. of Catherine Driscoll, Modernist Cultural Studies, 2010), 2; Robert M. Kirschen, “Dublin Summer School,” 3; Patrick A. McCarthy, “Zack Bowen,” 3 (Obituary); Ronan Crowley, “Dressing Up Bloom for ‘Circe,’” 3; Patricia Novillo-Corvalán, (rev. of Jose Luis Venegas, Decolonizing Modernism: James Joyce and the Development of Spanish American Fiction, 2010), 3; “Joyce Among the Dancers,” 4; (On the Victoria and Albert Museum’s exhibit, “Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballet Russes 1909-1929,” which included some Joyce items); Elena Voj, “Zürich Workshop,” 4; Alistair Stead, “Missing Priests,” 4; Robert Nicholson, “Dublin News,” 4.]

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 88 (February 2011). [Contents: John Simpson, “Myler Keogh, Dublin’s Pet Lamb,” 1; John Younger, “Everything Speaks in Its Own Way,” 1 (Poem); Andrew Gibson, “Blanche Levenkind,” 2 (Obituary); Pieter Bekker, “John Jones: A Personal Tribute,” 3 (Obituary); Terry Craven, “Shakespeare & Co., Paris,” 3; Michelle Witen, “The 20th Century Calendar,” 3; Robert Nicholson, “Dublin News 2011,” 4; Alistair Stead, “David Jones’s Joyce,” 4; Alistair Stead, “More,” 4 (Stephen Sondheim on U).]

James Joyce Literary Supplement 25, i (Spring 2011). [Contents: Garry Leonard, “Ulysses and Everyman,” (rev. of Declan Kiberd, Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living, 2009), 2-3; Patrick O’Neill, “Mixed Vigorous Readings,” (rev. of M. Teresa Caneda Cabrera, Vanessa Silva Fernández, and Martín Urdiales Shaw, Vigorous Joyce: Atlantic Readings of James Joyce, 2010), 3; Damon Franke, “A Guide to Joyce, Starting with Marilyn,” (rev. of Lee Spinks, James Joyce: A Critical Guide, 2009), 4-5; Mary Lowe-Evans, “Believe It. Or Not?” (rev. of Geert Lernout, Help My Unbelief: James Joyce and Religion, 2010), 5; Cassandra Nelson, “Beckettian Death” (rev. of Beckett and Death, ed. Steven Barfield, Matthew Feldman, and Philip Tew, 2009), 6-7; Heather Ingman, “Challenging and Wide-Ranging,” (rev. of Gerardine Meaney, Gender, Ireland, and Cultural Change: Race, Sex and Nation, 2010), 7; Mary Power, “Grounded in Historical and Literary Contexts,” (rev. of James Joyce, Dubliners, ed. Latham, 2011), 8-9; Vanessa Silva Fernández, “Spanish (and Basque and Catalan) Perspectives on Joyce,” (rev. of Ma Luz Suárez Castiñeira, Asier Altuna García de Salazar, and Olga Fernández Vicente, New Perspectives on James Joyce: Ignatius Loyola, Make Haste to Help Me!, 2009), 9-10; Enda Duffy, “Shame’s Choice/James Joyce” (rev. of Sheldon Brivic, Joyce through Lacan and Žižek: Explorations, 2008), 10-11; Agata Szczeszak-Brewer, “Bloom’s Menses, and Other Centenary Observations,” (rev. of Morris Beja and Anne Fogarty, Bloomsday 100: Essays on Ulysses, 2009), 12-13; Sidney Feshbach, “Touching On, but Not Exhausting, Inquiry,” (rev. of Sean Latham, James Joyce, 2010), 13-14; Eleni Loukopoulou, “‘Joyce Is Good for You?!’ The XXII Symposium Prague,” 15-17; Andrew Gibson, “Irregular Ireland,” (rev. of Nicholas Allen, Modernism, Ireland and Civil War, 2009), 17-18; John McCombe, “English Catholic Modernists” (rev. of Timothy J. Sutton, Catholic Modernists, English Nationalists, 2010), 18-19; Paul Eisenstein, “A Tribute to Archie K. Loss,” 19; Claire Culleton, “A Tribute to John S. Slack,” 20.]

(KIBERD, Declan. Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living. 2009.) [Rev.: Christopher Cusack, English Studies 92, iv (June 2011): 471-73.]

KAPPANYOS, András. “Joyce mint klasszikus auktor és mint magyar invenció.”Alföld 61, ix (2010): 52-59. [“Joyce as Classic and as a Hungarian Invention.”]

KEOHANE, Kieran. “On the Political in the Wake: Carl Schmitt and James Joyce’s Political Theologies.” Cultural Politics 7, ii (July 2011): 249-64.

KHANNA, Ranjana. “‘Araby’ (Dubliners) and A Sister to Scheherazade: Women’s Time and the Time of the Nation.” Algeria Cuts: Women and Representation, 1830 to the Present. Cultural Memory in the Present. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008. 211-36. ISBN 0-804-75261-3.

KILLEEN, Terence. “Joyce Enters the Public Domain.” Irish Times (16 June 2011): 16.

KISS, Gábor Zoltán. “Az Ulysses mint regényszervező elv.” Kalligram 17, vi (June 2008): 37-40.

KISS, Gábor Zoltán. “Ulysses-protokoll: A kritkia fordítás algoritmusa.” Alföld 61, ix (2010): 59-64. [“The Ulysses Protocol: The Algorithm of the Critical Translation.”]

LANGE, Ashley. “‘Locarno Two’: Joyce, Conrad and Paulin.” The Enclave of My Nation: Cross-Currents in Irish and Scottish Studies. Ed. Shane Alcobia-Murphy and Margaret Maxwell. Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, 2008. 113-20. ISBN 978-1-906108-03-8.

(LAWRENCE, Karen. Who’s Afraid of James Joyce? 2010.) [Rev.: Derek Attridge, Modernism/modernity 18, ii (April 2011): 482-84.]

LÜTZELER, Paul Michael. “Broch als Leser: Kafka, Joyce, Canetti.” Hermann Broch und die Moderne: Roman, Menschenrecht, Biografie. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2011. 20-33. ISBN 3-7705-5101-X.

MADDOX, Brenda. “The Kensington Joyce.” TLS no. 5648 (1 July 2011): 15. [Letters in response from Mary Kenny and Antonia Fraser, TLS no. 5649 (8 July 2011): 6.]

MANISTA, Frank C., and Michael Patrick Gillespie. “Using Enquiry-Based Learning Methods to Teach Finnegans Wake to Undergraduates.” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 10, i (1 February 2011): 85-98.

MARX, Friedhelm. “Über die Verständlichkeit der modernen Literatur: Thomas Mann und James Joyce.” Erzeugen und Nachvollziehen von Sinn: Rationale, performative un mimetische Verstehensbegriffe in den Kulturwissenschaften. Ed. Martin Zenck and Markus Jünjling. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2011. 73-82. ISBN 3-7705-4521-4.

McCOURT, John. “James Joyce.” The Reinvention of the British and Irish Novel, 1880-1940. Ed. Patrick Parrinder and Andrzej Gąsiorek. The Oxford History of the Novel in English, 4. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. 305-20. ISBN 0-19-955933-3.

(McCOURT, John. Roll Away the Reel World: James Joyce and Cinema. 2010.) [Rev.: Bernard O’Donoghue, Notes and Queries 58, iii (September 2011): 464-65.]

McGLYNN, Cathy. “Flowers and Flow-ers: Antiphallocentric Effects in Ulysses.” Otherness: Essays & Studies 1, i (October 2010). <http://www.otherness.dk/vol_1/>.

MEANEY, Gerardine. “Haunting James Joyce: Invisible Bodies.” Gender, Ireland, and Cultural Change: Race, Sex and Nation. New York: Routledge, 2010. 121-53. ISBN 978-0-415-95790-8.

MEANEY, Gerardine. “Penelope, or, Myths Unraveling: Writing, Orality and Abjection in Ulysses.” Gender, Ireland, and Cultural Change: Race, Sex and Nation. New York: Routledge, 2010. 98-107. ISBN 978-0-415-95790-8.

MOONEY, Sinéad. “‘Becquettant les crocs’ and ‘Transluding from the Otherman’: ‘Anna Lyvia Pluratself.’” A Tongue Not Mine: Beckett and Translation. Oxford English Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. 42-47. ISBN 0-19-960825-3.

NIEMI, Minna, and Justin Parks. “Home, Homelessness and the Wayward Subject in the Novels of James Joyce and Claude McKay.” Phenomenology, Modernism and Beyond. Ed. Carole Bourne-Taylor and Ariane Mildenberg. Cultural Interactions: Studies in the Relationship between the Arts, 10. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010. 249-72.

NOHRNBERG, James C. “The Mythical Method in Song and Saga, Prose and Verse: Part One.” Arthuriana 21, i (Spring 2011): 20-38. [Especially “Eliot’s Waste Land and Joyce’s Ulysses,” 21-24.]

NOVILLO-CORVALÁN, Patricia. Borges and Joyce: An Infinite Conversation. Studies in Comparative Literature, 24. London: Legenda, 2011. 194 pp. ISBN 1-907625-05-4.

(O’SULLIVAN, Michael. The Incarnation of Language: Joyce, Proust and a Philosophy of the Flesh. 2008.) [Rev.: Gerald Gillespie, Comparative Literature Studies 48, i (2011): 100-03.]

PELTZER, Ulrich. “Die Dinge, der Alltag.” Angefangen wird mittendrin: Frankfurter Poetikvorlesungen. Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer, 2011. 5-36. ISBN 978-3-10-060806-2.

PILLING, John. “How (or How Not) to ‘Get Over’ Joyce.” Samuel Beckett’s More Pricks Than Kicks: In a Strait of Two Wills. Continuum Studies in Historicizing Modernism. London: Continuum, 2011. 233-37. ISBN 1-4411-5947-9.

PRUDENTE, Teresa. “‘The Daily Bread of Experience’: The Transfiguration of Materiality in Joyce’s and Woolf’s Writing.” English 60, no. 229 (Summer 2011): 142-58.

RANDALL, Bryony. “Modernist Literature and the Everyday.” Literature Compass 7, ix (2010): 824-35.

RANDO, David. “Scandal.” Modernist Fiction and News: Representing Experience in the Early Twentieth Century. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 47-72. ISBN 0-230-11451-2. [FW.]

RAO, Rahul. “Born Sneerers or Ironic Nationalists? Joyce, Tagore, Said, Fanon.” Third World Protest: Between Home and the World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. 113-38. ISBN 978-0-19-956037-0.

REM, Tore. “Nationalism or Internationalism? The Early Irish Reception of Ibsen.” Ibsen Studies 7, ii (2007): 188-202.

ROBERTSON, Ritchie. “Epilogue: A Future for Mock Epic? Spitteler, Kafka, Joyce.” Mock-Epic Poetry from Pope to Heine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. 416-25. ISBN 978-0-19-957158-1.

SCHIFF, D. J. Comics in the Writings of James Joyce. Berkeley: Wonderworker Press, 2011. 14 pp.

SENN, Fritz. “Entworfen in Zürich.” Entwürfe no. 53 (March 2008): 53-60.

SENN, Fritz. “James Joyce: Ulysses und Finnegans Wake.” Nackt gebadet, gejauchzt bis zwölf: Weltliteratur in Zürich—50 Portraits. Ed. Martin Ebel. Munich: Nagel & Kimche, 2007. 128-31. ISBN 978-3-312-00384-6.

SENN, Fritz. “‘Majdnem szem elől tévesztettük a tényt, hogy Bloom alapvetően a roston sült birkaveséért rajong, de be kell érnie a második kedvencável.’” Kalligram 17, vi (June 2008): 15-23. [Hungarian translation
by Gábor Zoltán Kiss and Dávid Szolláth of excerpt from Joycean Murmoirs.]

SENN, Fritz. “Subjektive Erinnerungen an Carola Giedion-Welcker im Verhältnis zu James Joyce.” Avantgarden im Fokus der Kunstkritik: Eine Hommage an Carola Giedion-Welcker (1893-1979). Ed. Regula Krähenbühl. Outlines, 6. Zurich: Schweitzerisches Institut für Kunstwissenschaft, 2011. 167-74. ISBN 978-3-908196-78-5.

SENN, Fritz. “Ulysses: Nicht nur im Schatten Homers.” Parallaxe. Ed. Michael Grossmann and Christin Wähner. Munich: R, 2011. 34-38.

SHANKS, Paul F. “Joycean Form in James Kelman’s Early Fiction.” What Rough Beasts? Irish and Scottish Studies in the New Millennium. Ed. Shane Alcobia-Murphy. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. 183-95. ISBN 1-84718-536-3.

(SHEEHAN, Sean. Joyce’s Ulysses: A Reader’s Guide. 2009.) [Rev.: Forum for Modern Language Studies 47, iii (July 2011): 359.]

SPUNT, Nicola Ivy. “Ontotropology: Disfiguration and Unreadability in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Oxford Literary Review 33, i (July 2011): 1-20.

SUSANTO, Sigit Puthut E. A. “Bloomsday.” Menyusuri lorong-lorong dunia, jilid 2: kumpulan catatan perjalanan. Ed. Puthut E. A. Yogyakarta: Insist Press, 2008. 27-38. ISBN 979-345789-9.

SUSANTO, Sigit Puthut E. A. “Jejak James Joyce di Dvlin.” Menyusuri lorong-lorong dunia, jilid 2: kumpulan catatan perjalanan. Ed. Puthut E. A. Yogyakarta: Insist Press, 2008. 39-112. ISBN 979-345789-9.

SUSANTO, Sigit Puthut E. A. “Ulysses Dibaca Selama Tiga Tahun.” Menyusuri lorong-lorong dunia, jilid 2: kumpulan catatan perjalanan. Ed. Puthut E. A. Yogyakarta: Insist Press, 2008. 5-26. ISBN 979-345789-9.

SZOLLÁTH, Dávid. “Leletmentés: Válogatott Szentkuthyzmusok az Ulysses szövegében.” Alföld 61, ix (2010): 64-74. [“Selected Szentkuthysms in the text of Ulysses.”]

TANEJA, Gulshan. “Privilege and Allegiance in Literature: Joyce the Satirist.” Autonomy and Commitment in Twentieth-Century British Literature. Ed. Christine Reynier and Jean-Michel Ganteau. Present Perfect, 5. Montpellier: Université Montpellier III, 2010. 53-68. ISBN 978-2-84269-890-4.

TENEV, Darin. “Образ, въобразяване, съобразяване: ‘Арабия’ на Дж. Джойс.” Literaturna misul 52, i (2009): 162-85. [“Araby.”]

VIANU, Lidia. “Eliot’s Hidden Agenda: Joyce?” European English Messenger 19, i (Spring 2010): 43-46.

VICHNAR, David, and Louis Armand, eds. Hypermedia Joyce. Prague: Litter-aria Pragensia, 2010. 196 pp. ISBN 978-80-7308-314-4. [Contents: David Vichnar, “Introduction: Hypermnēsis|Hypertext|Text|Mnēsis,” 1-16; Donald F. Theall, “Beyond the Orality/Literary Dichotomy: James Joyce & the Pre-History of Cyberspace,” 17-34; Darren Tofts, “A Retrospective Sort of Arrangement: Ulysses & the Poetics of Hypertextuality,” 35-42; Donald F. Theall, “Joyce’s Practice of Intertextuality: The Anticipation of Hypermedia & Its Implications for Textual Analysis of Finnegans Wake,” 43-50; Louis Armand, “From Symptom to Machine,” 51-68; Donald F. Theall, “From the Cyberglobal Chaosmos to the Gutenberg Galaxy: The Prehistory of Cyberelectronic Language(s),” 69-88; Donald F. Theall, “Transformations of the Book in Joyce’s Dream Vision of Digiculture,” 89-102; Laurent Milesi, “Joycean Choreo-Graphies in Stephen Hero & A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” 103-09; Andrew Norris, “Joyce & the Post-Epiphanic,” 110-29; Valérie Bénéjam, “The Reprocessing of Trash in Ulysses: Recycling & (Post)Creation,” 130-40; Jed Deppman, “The Problem of Genesis,” 141-62; Alexandra Dumitrescu, “Mapping Networking Universes, or, Bootstrapping Finnegans Wake in Search of Truth,” 163-73; John Marvin, “Finnegans Wake III.3 & the Third Millennium: The Ghost of Modernisms Yet to Come,” 174-79; Alan R. Roughley, “Feigning Dublin: Joyce’s Repositioning of his Readers,” 180-93.]

VITOUX, Pierre. “Autonomy and Commitment: A. Huxley, J. Joyce, and D. H. Lawrence.” Autonomy and Commitment in Twentieth-Century British Literature. Ed. Christine Reynier and Jean-Michel Ganteau. Present Perfect, 5. Montpellier: Université Montpellier III, 2010. 43-52. ISBN 978-2-84269-890-4.

WÄHNER, Christin. “18 Tafelbilder für Ulysses von Michael Grossman.” Parallaxe. Ed. Michael Grossmann and Christin Wähner. Munich: R, 2011. 8-23.

ZELLER, Ursula. “‘Parallax stakst hintendrein’: Das begehbare Buch, oder der Text als Raum im Ulysses.” Parallaxe. Ed. Michael Grossmann and Christin Wähner. Munich: R, 2011. 50-70.




THEATRICAL PRESENTATIONS [Back to top]

Exiles. Directed by Kevin V. Smith. Performed at Theatre Y, Chicago, 26 July-27 August 2011. [Rev.: Kerry Reid, “Theatre Y Offers Imaginative Look into Outcasts,” Chicago Tribune (14 July 2011): 7.]



MUSICAL SETTINGS / BROADCASTS [Back to top]

“James Joyce: A Biography.” BBC Radio 4. 13-14 June 2011. [Abridged reading of the new Gordon Bowker biography.]

“Tweeting Ulysses: Fans Put A Twist On Bloomsday.” Morning Edition. National Public Radio 16 June 2011. <http://www.npr.org/2011/06/16/137205315/tweeting-ulysses-fans-put-a-twist-on-bloomsday?sc=emaf>.

“Zwischen Feldkirch und ‘Elserground’: James Joyce in Österreich.” oe1.ORF.at. 7 June 2011. <http://oe1.orf.at/programm/276399>. [Radio broadcast with Andreas Weigel on the exhibition “James Joyce in Bregenz, Feldkirch und Salzburg” at the Volkshochschule Hietzing, June 2011.]



RECORDINGS [Back to top]

NELSON, Jonathan. House of the Haunted Ink Bottle. Midden Heap Press, 2009. 5 min. 47 sec. [Sound collage, “based upon James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, pages 182-184.” Cover art work, Heather Ryan Kelley.]


MISCELLANEOUS [Back to top]

BEARD, Richard. James Joyce, EFL Teacher. London: Shortfire Press, 2011. ISBN 978-1-908141-17-0. <http://www.shortfirepress.com/pdf-james-joyce-efl-teacher-p-361.html>. [Parody of GJ.]

BURKE-KENNEDY, Eoin. “Joyce Wartime Passport Lists Nora Barnacle as Wife.” Irish Times (28 June 2011): 8. [Auction of passport at Sotheby’s London on 14 July.]

GRIFFITH, Susan. “Trail of the Unexpected: James Joyce in Trieste.” Independent (11 June 2011).

“Joyce and the People.” Irish Times (11 June 2011): 17. [Editorial supporting the end of copyright on JJ’s works in Ireland.]

MOLLOY, David. “Programmer Offers Solution to Bloom’s Dublin Pub Puzzle.” Irish Times (17 June 2011): Bloomsday 3. [Crossing Dublin without passing a pub.]

MORLEY, John. “Remembering Nora on Bloomsday.” Galway Advertiser (16 June 2011).

SENN, Fritz. “Robert Holzach und die Zürcher James-Joyce-Stiftung.” Persönlichkeit und Verantwortung Erinnerungen an Robert Holzach. Ed. Konrad Hummler, Martin Meyer, and Urs Rinderknecht. Weinfelden: Wolfau-Druck, 2010. 58-62. ISBN 978-3-9523611-5-3.

STEELMAN, Ben. “Celebrate Bloomsday and Joyce on Thursday at Old Books.” StarNews (Wilmington, NC) (13 June 2011). [Interviews with Janet Ellerby and Weldon Thornton.]

TAYLOR, Charlie. “New Ballagh Portrait of James Joyce Unveiled at UCD Conferring Ceremony.” Independent (Dublin) (17 June 2011): 7.

WALLACE, Arminta. “Celebrating a Book that Celebrates the City.” Irish Times (17 June 2011): Bloomsday 3.

WILSON, Larry. “At Play Among Wild Joyceans in Pasadena.” Pasadena Star-News (18 June 2011). [XXII North American JJ conference: “They are the punk rockers of academe.”]

 

 
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