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We note the first issue of James Joyce Online Notes edited by Harald Beck and John Simpson: “JJON focuses on the people, the words, and other cultural references in Ulysses and the earlier works. It hopes to contribute to the reader’s task of learning to become Joyce’s contemporary.” Thanks this time to Michael Cunningham, Kazuhiro Doki, Nick Fargnoli, Judith Harrington, Arleen Ionescu, K. P. S. Jochum, Shin Kikkawa, Adrien Le Bihan, Bernard McGinlay, Friedhelm Rathjen, Federico Sabatini, Fritz Senn, Franz Stanzel, and Andreas Weigel. Please send contributions to your bibliographer uxb5@psu.edu. And please note that the URL for the online cumulation, The James Joyce Checklist, has changed to http://norman.hrc.utexas.edu/JamesJoyceChecklist.


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“1922—James Joyce. From Ulysses.” Hamlet. Ed. Harold Bloom and Brett Foster. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2008. 252-64. ISBN 978-0-7910-9592-4. [Excerpts from “Scylla and Charybdis.”]

Dablinaim. Trans. Avraham Yavin. Sifriyah la-`am, 612. Tel Aviv: `Am `oved: ha-Kibuts ha-meuhad, 2009. 266 pp. ISBN 9789651320941. [Hebrew translation of D. Reissue of 1971 edition.]

Dubliners. Dover Thrift Study Edition. Mineola: Dover Publications, 2011. vii, [247] pp. ISBN 978-0-486-47805-0. [Includes “Study Guide” by Gina Taglieri, 153-[247], from MAXnotes for Dubliners, 1996.]

“Komorní hudba.” Spisy Josefa Čapka. Delfín. Praha: Triáda, 2008. Vol. Beletrie 2. 565. ISBN 978-80-87256-35-0. [Poem, translated by Josef Čapek.]

“The Ondt and the Gracehoper.” Nun lacht die Welt: Ein heiterer Streifzug durch die Weltliteratur. Ed. German Neundorfer. Fischer
Klassik, 90324. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, 2011. 127. ISBN 978-3-596-90324-5.

“Přistálých vojsk.” Spisy Josefa Čapka. Delfín. Praha: Triáda, 2008. Vol. Beletrie 2. 566. ISBN 978-80-87256-35-0. [Poem, translated by Josef Čapek.]

James Joyce Quarterly, Volume 48, Number 1 (Fall 2010), pp. 129-147. Copyright © for the JJQ, University of Tulsa, 2010. All rights to reproduction in any form are reserved.
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“Such a Feeling Must Be Love.” Parabola 35, i (Spring 2010): 20-25. [Ending of “The Dead.”]

Ulysses. Wordsworth Classics. Ware: Wordsworth Editions, 2010. xlix, 682 pp. ISBN 9781840226355. [Introduction by Cedric Watts.]


SECONDARY SOURCES [Back to top]

Aldeghi, Chiara. “Ulisse di James Joyce: La genialità segue delle regole?” Non è un caso che sia successo: storie editoriali di best seller. Quaderni del Laboratorio di editoria dell’Università cattolica di Milano, 10. Milan: EDUCatt, 2010. 70-71. ISBN 978-88-8311-751-0.

Ascaso, Francisco J., and Jan L. van Velze. “Was James Joyce Myopic or Hyperopic?” BMJ 343 (15 December 2011). <http://www.bmj.com/content/343/bmj.d7464>.

Assmann, Aleida. “Rekonstruktives und explosives Bildgedächtnis (James Joyce).” Erinnerungsräume: Formen und Wandlungen des kulturellen Gedächtnisses. C. H. Beck Kulturwissenschaft. Munich: C. H. Beck Verlag, 2009. 236-40. ISBN 978-3-406-58532-6.

Baldi, Valentino. “Auerbach e Joyce: ipotesi per una nuova tipologia di rappresentazione della realtà.” Moderna 11, i/ii (2009): 205-11.

Baron, Scarlett. “Invisible Author-Gods: Flaubert, Joyce, and Intertextual Theory.” Dix-Neuf 15, i (April 2011): 92-103.

Bazarnik, Katarzyna. “Liberature: A New Literary Genre?” Insistent Images. Ed. Elżbieta Tabakowska, Christina Ljungberg, and Olga Fischer. Iconicity in Language and Literature, 5. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2007. 191-208. ISBN 9789027243416. [Papers from the Fifth Symposium on Iconicity in Language and Literature.]

(Beach, Sylvia. The Letters of Sylvia Beach. 2010.) [Revs.: Catherine Keyser, Modernism/modernity 18, iii (September 2011): 646-48; John Shoesmith, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 49, i (Spring 2011): 127-29.]

Beauvoir, Simone de. “Preface to James Joyce in Paris: His Final Years.” The Useless Mouths and Other Writings. Ed. Margaret A. Simons and Marybeth Timmermann. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2011. 315-21. ISBN 978-0-252-03634-7. [From the 1965 publication.]

(Beja, Morris and Anne Fogarty. Bloomsday 100: Essays on Ulysses. 2009.) [Rev.: Claire V. Nally, Irish Studies Review 18, iii (August 2010): 378-80.]

Bickenbach, Matthias. “Das Gesetz der Gattung und die Ausnahme: Joyce’s Hände.” Das Autorenfoto in der Medienevolution: Anachronie einer Norm. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2010. 295-98. ISBN 978-3-7705-4948-1.

Bickenbach, Matthias. “James Joyce in der Buchhandlung ‘Shakespeare and Company.’” Das Autorenfoto in der Medienevolution: Anachronie einer Norm. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2010. 379-87. ISBN 978-3-7705-4948-1.

Boitani oitani, Piero. “Irish Dante: Yeats, Joyce, Beckett.” Metamorphosing Dante: Appropriations, Manipulations, and Rewritings in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries. Ed. Manuele Gragnolati, Fabio Camilletti and Fabian Lampart. Cultural Inquiry, 2. Vienna: Verlag Turia + Kant, 2011. 37-59. ISBN 978-3-85132-617-8.

Bolton, Matthew J. “Charles Dickens, James Joyce, and the Origins of Modernism.” Charles Dickens. Ed. Eugene Goodheart. Critical Insights. Pasadena: Salem Press, 2011. 248-63. ISBN 978-1-58765-691-0.

(Bowker, Gordon. James Joyce: A Biography. 2011.) [Revs.: Justin Beplate, “Enshrouding Milieu,” TLS no. 5666 (4 November 2011): 7 (Letters in response by Gordon Bowker, TLS no. 5669 [25 November 2011]: 6; by John Smurthwaite, TLS no. 5670 [2 December 2011]: 6); Iain Finlayson, Times (18 June 2011): Saturday Review 24; Kevin Jackson, “A Late Bloomer,” Literary Review no. 388 (June 2011): 39-40; Declan Kiberd, “Balanced Account of Scribe’s Life and Work Quietly Fixes Others’ Mistakes,” Sydney Morning Herald (3 September 2011); Hugh McFadden, “Poor Old Man,” Books Ireland no.333 (October 2011): 186-88.]

(Burns, Edward M. A Passion for Joyce: The Letters of Hugh Kenner & Adaline Glasheen. 2008.) [Rev.: Robert Arvid Baines, Irish Studies Review 18, iv (November 2010): 473-75.]

(Caneda Cabrera, M. Teresa, Vanessa Silva Fernández, and Martín Urdiales Shaw. Vigorous Joyce: Atlantic Readings of James Joyce. 2010.) [Rev.: Inés Praga-Terente, Estudios irlandaises 6 (2011): 148-50.]

Childs, Peter. “Dubliners (1914).” Modernist Literature: A Guide for the Perplexed. London: Continuum, 2011. 69-71. ISBN 0-8264-3262-X.

Childs, Peter. “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916).” Modernist Literature: A Guide for the Perplexed. London: Continuum, 2011. 72-74. ISBN 0-8264-3262-X.

Childs, Peter. “‘History Is a Nightmare’: Symbolism and Language.” Modernism. 2nd ed. The New Critical Idiom. London: Routledge, 2008. 197-217. ISBN 978-0-415-41544-6. [Survey of Forster, Yeats, and JJ.]

Childs, Peter. “Ulysses (1922).” Modernist Literature: A Guide for the Perplexed. London: Continuum, 2011. 95-97. ISBN 0-8264-3262-X.

Cianci, Giovanni. “Su ‘Nestor’ dall’Ulysses di James Joyce: Per una ricontestualizzazione non anglocentrica dello ‘spazio-tempo.’” Comparatistica e intertestualità: Studi in onore di Franco Marenco. Ed. Giuseppe Sertoli, Carla Vaglio Marengo, and Chiara Lombardi. Alessandria: Edizioni dell’Orso, 2010. Vol. 2. 801-10. ISBN 978-88-6274-186-6.
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Cixous, Hélène. “Missexuality: Where Come I Play?” Volleys of Humanity: Essays, 1972-2009. Ed. Eric Prenowitz. Frontiers of Theory. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011. 61-74. ISBN 0-7486-3903-9. [Translated by Laurent Milesi from “La Missexualité, où jouis-je?” (1976).]

Cixous, Hélène. “The Pleasure Reinciple of Paradox Lost.” Volleys of Humanity: Essays, 1972-2009. Ed. Eric Prenowitz. Frontiers of Theory. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011. 75-84. ISBN 0-7486-3903-9. [Translated by Laurent Milesi from “Freincipe de plaisir ou paradoxe perdu” (1983).]

Cixous , Hélène. “Reaching the Point of Wheat, or A Portrait of the Artist as a Maturing Woman.” Volleys of Humanity: Essays, 1972-2009. Ed. Eric Prenowitz. Frontiers of Theory. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011. 85-105. ISBN 0-7486-3903-9. [JJ and Clarice Lispector. From 1987.]

Cloud, Gerald W. John Rodker’s Ovid Press: A Bibliographical History. New Castle: Oak Knoll Press, 2010. viii, 138 pp. ISBN 978-1-58456-286-3. [Bibliographic description and history of the two Rodker impressions of U, 116-24.]
Cornille , Jean-Louis. “Un alphabet pour les initiés (Proust et Joyce).” Cahiers internationaux de symbolisme no. 122-123-124 (2009): 45-58.

Creasy, Matthew, ed. Errears and Erroriboose: Joyce and Error. European Joyce Studies, 20. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011. 152 pp. ISBN 978-90-420-3327-6. [Contents: Matthew Creasy, “Introduction,” 5-22; Fritz Senn, “Joyce’s Erroneous Cosmos,” 23-42; Roy Gottfried, “Error and Testimony,” 43-56; Matthew Creasy, “Error and Education in Ulysses,” 57-72; Amanda Sigler, “Archival Errors: Ulysses in the Little Review,” 73-87; Ronan Crowley and Matthew Creasy, “Gablerizing Error: ‘Wandering Rocks,’” 89-106; Tim Conley, “Non serviam non sequitur: Joyce’s ‘Sequentiality of Improbable Possibles,’” 107-19; David Spurr, “Stuttering Joyce,” 121-33; Sam Slote, “An Imperfect Wake,” 135-49.]

Crispi, Luca. “Ausstellungen als ‘Works in Progress.’” Wort-Räume, Zeichen-Wechsel, Augen-Poesie: Zur Theorie und Praxis von Literaturausstellungen. Ed. Anne Bohnenkamp and Sonja Vandenrath. Göttingen: Wallstein, 2010. 248-63. ISBN 978-3-8358-0796-4. [2004 Dublin JJ exhibition.]

De Carolis, Chetro. “Queneau anglofilo: Du côté de Sally Mara.” Raymond Queneau: La scrittura e i suoi multipli. Ed. Chetro De Carolis and Delia Gambelli. Studi inter artes, 2. Roma: Bulzoni, 2009. 69-81. ISBN 978-88-7870-375-9. [Queneau, Faulkner, and JJ.]

Delville, Michel. “On Tender Buttons and Brussels Sprouts: Modernism and the Aesthetics of Consumption.” Food, Poetry, and the Aesthetics of Consumption: Eating the Avant-Garde. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature, 6. New York: Routledge, 2008. ISBN 978-0-415-95831-8. [Especially “Sugar and Kidneys: Joyce’s Peristaltic Poetics,” 54-57.]

Dillon, Brian. “‘The Statue Affair’: Diplomatic Notes on the Reinterment of James Joyce.” Dublin Review no. 26 (Spring 2007): 64-77. [Correspondence from 1965 and 1966 from the archives of the Irish Department of External Affairs.].

Doki, Kazuhiro. “Yeats in Joyce’s Ulysses.” The 20th Anniversary of the Yeats Society of Korea: International Conference on W. B. Yeats and Modern Poetry: Proceedings. Ed. Meejung Park. Cheonan: Dankook University, English Department, 2011. 155-64.

Doki, Kazuhiro. “Yeats, Joyce and the Easter Rising: Textual and Contextual Significance of ‘U.P.’ in Ulysses.” Studies in Foreign Languages & Literature 44 (2011): 31-44.

(Ellmann, Maud. The Nets of Modernism: Henry James, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and Sigmund Freud. 2010.) [Rev.: Sarah Cain, “Pas de Loup,” Cambridge Quarterly 40, iii (September 2011): 282-88.]

Ergal, Yves-Michel. “‘Temps contretemps’: à propos de Proust et de Joyce.” Temps et roman. Ed. Peter Schnyder. Universités—domaine littéraire. Paris: Orizons, 2007. 363-70. ISBN 978-2-29-603814-1.

Est éve z Saá, José Manuel. “James Joyce’s Influence on Contemporary Irish Writers.” University of Bucharest Review 12, ii (2010): 29-37.

Ferrario, Paolo. “Il corpo come materia di riflessione: l’episodio di Circe nell’Ulysses di Joyce.” Acme: Annali della Facolta di Lettere e Filosofia dell’Universita degli Studi di Milano 60, ii (May-August 2007): 339-52.

Ferrer, Daniel. “Quelques remarques sur le couple intertextualité-genèse.” La création en acte: Devenir de la critique génétique. Ed. Paul Gifford and Marion Schmid. Faux titre, 289. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007. 205-16. ISBN 978-90-420-2093-1. [FW.]

Flor, João Almeida. “A Prelude to Joyce’s Chamber Music.” Anglo-Saxónica Ser. II, no. 27 (2009): 93-103. <http://www.ulices.org/images/anglosaxon27.pdf>.

Fogarty, Anne. “Modernist Quarrels: W. B. Yeats and James Joyce.” The 20th Anniversary of the Yeats Society of Korea: International Conference on W. B. Yeats and Modern Poetry: Proceedings. Ed. Meejung Park. Cheonan: Dankook University, English Department, 2011. 91-110.

(Fordham , Finn and Rita Sakr. James Joyce and the Nineteenth-Century French Novel. 2011.) [Rev.: Brian Cosgrove, Nineteenth-Century French Studies 40, i-ii (Fall-Winter 2011-2012): 190-92.]

Fujita, Motoko. The Shadow of James Joyce: Chapelizod & Environs. Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2011. 128 pp. ISBN 9781843511939. [Black and white photographs by Motoko Fujita with individually authored essays, including David Norris, “Re-verberations: Joyce, Chapelizod, Motoko Fujita,” 43-44; Barry McGovern, “Joyce’s ‘A Painful Case’ and Chapelizod,” 45-47; Sam Slote, “A Wake in Chapelizod,” 48-50; John A. McCullen, “Chapelizod: The Shadow of James Joyce in Phoenix Park,” 71-76; W. J. McCormack, “Sheridan Le Fanu and Greater Chapelizod,” 77-82; Danis Rose, “The Strange Case of the Disappearing Bread: Balancing the Book(s): Leopold Bloom’s Budget for 16 June 1904,” 83-91; Thomas MacGiolla, “Joyce in Chapelizod,” 111-12; Raphy Doyle, “Where E’er You Walk in Chapelizod,” 113; Shigehisa Yoshizu, “On the Photographs in The Shadow of James Joyce,” 114.]

(Gillespie, Michael Patrick. Foundational Essays in James Joyce Studies. 2011.) [Rev.: Peter Costello, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 100, no. 399 (Autumn 2011): 379-81.]

Gillespie, Michael Patrick. “James Joyce and the Creation of Modern Irish Literature.” A Companion to Irish Literature. Ed. Julia M. Wright. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, 71. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. Vol. 2. 98-111. ISBN 9781405188098.

Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina. “Joyce’s Gnomic Epiphanies: Narrative Strategies in Dubliners.” Siting America/Sighting Modernity: Essays in Honor of Sonja Bašić. Ed. Jelena Šesnić. Zagreb: FF Press, 2010. 185-99. ISBN 978-953-175-345-6.

González, Carina. “Lectores de Joyce: Borges y Wilcock frente al modernismo inglés.” Variaciones Borges 32 (July 2011): 3-20.

Gula, Marianna. “A rév és a vám: A fordítás során keletkezô ‘hozzáadott érték’ jelenségérôl.” Alföld 61, ix (September 2010): 74-84. [On translation.].

Hansen, Jim. “A Nightmare on the Brain: Gothic Suspicion and Literary Modernism.” Literature Compass 8, ix (September 2011): 635-44. [Gothic influence on JJ and Woolf.].

Harari, Roberto. “Psychanalyse post-joycienne: Quelques ponctuations.” Cliniques méditerranéennes no. 80 (2009): 61-80.

Hein, Christian. Finnegans Fast-Nacht: Formen literarischer Karnevalisierung in James Joyces Finnegans Wake. Epistemata. Reihe Literaturwissenschaft, 706. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2010. 493 pp. ISBN 978-3-8260-4389-5.

Herschtha , Eric. “Leopold Has His Day.” New York Jewish Week (13 June 2008): 40-41. [On the film Bloom, directed by Alan Adelson and Kate Taverna.]

Hobby, Blake, and Dustin Ryan. “Fetishizing the Bread of Everyday Life: The Taboo Gaze in ‘Nausicaa.’” The Taboo. Ed. Harold Bloom and Blake Hobby. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2010. 251-58. ISBN 1438131054.

Holman, J. K. “James Joyce.” Wagner Moments: A Celebration of Favorite Wagner Experiences. New York: Amadeus Press, 2007. 102-03. ISBN 1-57467-159-6.

Houston, Muiris. “Evidence Puts Sharp Focus on Joyce’s Assumed Myopia.” Irish Times (16 December 2011): 3. [Letter in response from Dr. Ann McCarthy (21 December 2011): 15.]

Hutton, Clare. “Publishing the Irish Cultural Revival, 1891-1922.” The Irish Book in English, 1891-2000. Ed. Clare Hutton and Patrick Walsh. The Oxford History of the Irish Book, V. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. 17-42. ISBN 0-19-924911-3.

Ionescu, Arleen. “Darurile lui Molly.” Buletinul Universitatii Petrol-Gaze din Ploieşti 2A (2008): 11-16.

Ionescu, Arleen. “Portretul spiraloid: Brâncuşi, Joyce şi Eliade, trei spirite infinite.” Buletinul Universitatii Petrol-Gaze din Ploieşti 60, iiA (2008): 75-80.

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 89 (June 2011). [Contents: Derek Attridge, “Heroic Age,” (rev. of Edward M. Burns, A Passion for Joyce: The Letters of Hugh Kenner & Adaline Glasheen, 2008), 1; Lance Pettitt, (rev. of John McCourt, Roll Away the Reel World: James Joyce and Cinema, 2011), 1; Luke Thurston, (rev. of Gerald Doherty, Pathologies of Desire: The Vicissitudes of the Self in James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 2008), 2; Arthur Rose, (rev. of Matthew Creasy, Errears and Erroriboose: Joyce and Error, 2011), 2; Robert M. Kirschen, (rev. of Michael Patrick Gillespie, Foundational Essays in James Joyce Studies, 2011), 2; Richard Brown, “Tock-Tick: Christian Marclay The Clock,” 3 (“Montage of clips selected from several thousand films showing, in chronological sequence, scenes where clocks, watches or other timed things indicate a particular time of the day.” Compared to U.); Tekla Mecsnóber, (rev. of Susan Mooney, The Artistic Censoring of Sexuality: Fantasy and Judgement in the Twentieth-Century Novel, 2008), 3; Natalie Diebschlag, rev. of Sally Potter, Yes: Screenplay and Notes (2005), 3; “Cunningham’s Joyce,” 4 (JJ allusions in Cunningham’s By Nightfall.); Alistair Stead, “Dull Books Blog,” 4 (Robert McCrum on U.); Alistair Stead, “Keillor’s Long Career,” 4 (Garrison Keillor on JJ.); Robert Nicholson, “Dublin News,” 4.]

James Joyce Literary Supplement 25, ii (Fall 2011). [Contents: Austin Briggs, “A New Life of Joyce,” (rev. of Gordon Bowker, James Joyce: A Biography, 2011), 2-4; Margot Norris, “The French Joyce,” (rev. of Finn Fordham and Rita Sakr, James Joyce and the Nineteenth-Century French Novel, 2011), 4-5; Wim Van Mierlo, “Editing the Wake,” (rev. of Finnegans Wake, Ed. Rose and O’Hanlon, 2010), 6-9; Jean-Michel Rabaté, “Ulysses, Piece by Piece,” (rev. of Michael Groden, Ulysses in Focus: Genetic, Textual, and Personal Views 2010), 9-10; Terence Killeen, “No Fear of Joyce,” (rev. of Karen Lawrence, Who’s Afraid of James Joyce? 2010), 11-12; John Gordon, “Re-Exagmining the Re-Exagminers,” (rev. of Tim Conley, Joyce’s Disciples Disciplined: A Re-Exagmination of the ‘Exagmination’ of ‘Work in Progress,’ 2010), 13-16; Zack Bowen, “The Corrected Text (Tune of ‘Father O’Flynn’),” 16 (Song lyrics.); Jonathan McCreedy, “No Trieste for the Wicked: An Exhausted Account of the 2011 Trieste Joyce School,” 17-18; Joe Pellegrino, “Ireland and the Caribbean: Opening Outward,” (rev. of Maria McGarrity, Washed by the Gulf Stream: The Historic and Geographic Relation of Irish and Caribbean Literature, 2008), 18-19; Chris Ackerley, (rev. of Beckett and Nothing: Trying to Understand Beckett, 2010, and Beckett and Ireland, 2010), 20.]

James Joyce Online Notes no. 1 (September 2011). <http://www.jjon.org/home>. [Contents: Harald Beck, “U 18.79: in my hand there steals another”; John Smurthwaite, “A Joycean Price Guide”; Harald Beck, “The Shah’s Nose and Ears”; John Simpson, “Elster and Grime and the Grand Old Opera”; Harald Beck, “U 11.615: Bright’s bright eye”; John Simpson, “The Deleterious Effect of Copper Sulphate on Green Peas”; Harald Beck, “The Old Hag with the Yellow Teeth”; John Simpson, “Aquinas on Friendship”; John Simpson, “All Change at the Empire Palace”; Clive Hart, “Is Spurgeon in Heaven?”; John Simpson, “Mad Cow at Cabra”; John Simpson, “When Is a Thigh Not a Thigh?”; Harald Beck, “Spellingbee Conundrum”; Harald Beck, “Two Unidentified Songs in the ‘Penelope’ Episode”; John Simpson, “Contransmagnificandjewbangtantiality: Jaw-breakers and Spelling Bees”; John Simpson, “Basilicogrammate: The Egyptian Royal Secretary”; Harald Beck, “Adelite—A Delightful Colour Word?”; Eamonn Finn and John Simpson, “Some Notes on the Triple Life of Thomas Goodwin Keohler”; John Simpson, “Captain Buller: That Prodigious Hit to Square Leg”; John Simpson, “Marcella, the Midget Queen”; Harald Beck, “The Man Behind Mr Bartell d’Arcy.”]

Jarfe, Günther. “James Joyce: Aspekte der Paralyse.” Die moderne britische Short Story: Eine Einführung. Grundlagen der Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 34. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2010. 120-36. ISBN 978-3-503-12238-7.

Joyce Studies Annual (2011). [Contents: Edmund Lloyd Epstein, “Zack Bowen,” 1-2 (Obituary.); Kimberly J. Devlin, “Rereading Ulysses: Indeterminacy, Error, and Fixing the Past,” 5-19; Julieann Ulin, “‘Famished Ghosts’: Famine Memory in James Joyce’s Ulysses,” 20-63; J. Stephen Murphy, “How Geen Is the Portrait? Joyce, Passive Revision, and the History of Modernism,” 64-96; Katherine Ebury, “Beyond the Rainbow: Spectroscopy in Finnegans Wake II.1,” 97-121; Robbert-Jan Henkes, “On the Verge of the Wake: Joyce’s Reading in Notebook VI.B.10,” 122-61; “A Conversation with Victoria Bond,” 165-88 (Interview with Philip Sicker, Moshe Gold, and Lawrence Kramer regarding Bond’s musical composition Leopold Bloom’s Homecoming.); Emily Cersonsky, “Reconsidering a Wehg Less Traveled: Another Look at Stündel’s German Finnegan,” 191-201; Jesse Meyers, “Marian Encryptions in ‘Nausicaa,’” 202-10; Elizabeth Foley O’Connor, (rev. of Janine Utell, James Joyce and the Revolt of Love: Marriage, Adultery, Desire, 2010), 213-22.]

Joycean Japan no. 21 (2010). [Contents: Shigeo Shimizu, “Greeting,” 3-4 (In Japanese.); Toshiki Tatara, “Green English Racing Cars and ‘the Mask of a Capital’: Irish Coloniality in the Con/Text of ‘After the Race,’” 5-19; Motohiro Kojima, “The Detestable Illusion of the Adorable Mother: ‘love’s bitter mystery’ in the First Episode of Ulysses,” 20-33 (In Japanese with English abstract.); Tsutomu Toda, “Rereading A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” 34-35 (In Japanese.); Mari Nakao, “The Portrait of the Artist as a Bildungsroman,” 36-49 (In Japanese.); Yoshihiko Kanai, “A Vestige of the Modern Times: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Cinema,” 50-61 (In Japanese.); Hiroyo Yoshida, “Sexualities in Joyce’s Portrait,” 62-65 (In Japanese.); Kazuo Yokouchi, “Finnegans Wake Workshop: Reading the Hosty’s Ballad,” 66-67 (In Japanese.); “Finnegans Wake Workshop: The Ballad of Persse O’Reilly: Stanzas 1-4 (45.1-24),” 68-73 (Annotations in English, translation into Japanese.); Yuko Mega, “On the Creative Process and Music of the Hosty’s Ballad,” 74-77 (In Japanese.); Katsuhiko Odai, “The Hosty’s Ballad and Irish History,” 78-81 (In Japanese.); Mika Momoo, (rev. of Kyoko Miyata, Medieval Aspects of 'Finnegans Wake,' 2009), 82-83; Wataru Takahashi, (rev. of Kazuhiro Doki, Mono katari no yurishizu: naratorojikaru apurochi = The Narrative Object in Ulysses, 2009), 84-85; Rie Shimokawa, (rev. of David Pierce, Reading Joyce, 2008), 86-87; Toshiki Tatara, (rev. of Declan Kiberd, Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living, 2008), 88-89.]

Joycean Japan no. 22 (2011). [Contents: Shigeo Shimizu, “Greeting,” 3-4 (In Japanese.); Hironao Kobayashi, “Writing Alter-Egos at a Little Distance: On ‘A Painful Case,’” 5-17 (In Japanese.); Hiroaki Natsume, “Symposium: Ulysses and Stereotypes,” 18 (In Japanese.); Shinya Ogawa, “A Stereotyped Englishman in Ulysses: Haines and His Ireland,” 19-21 (In Japanese.); Keiko Shimmyo, “Is Molly Jewish? The Representations of Jewishness In Ireland,” 22-34 (In Japanese.); Shinya Kawahara, “Was Ireland in Ulysses Colonized?” 35-45 (In Japanese.); Hiroaki Natsume, “Gerty and ‘the Citizen,’” 46-52; Izumi Sugawa, “Symposium: Joyce and Cinema,” 53 (In Japanese.); Yoshihiko Kanai, “Ulysses and Cinema,” 54 (In Japanese.); Izumi Sugawa, “Joyce and the Films of the Volta,” 55-67 (In Japanese.); Manabu Asai, “From Bloom to Ulysses,” 68-81 (In Japanese.); Gen Takizawa, (rev. of Oona Frawley, A New and Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s Dubliners, 2004), 82-83; Sachiyo Yamada, (rev. of Geert Lernout, Help My Unbelief: James Joyce and Religion, 2010), 84-85; Toshiki Tatara, (rev. of Motohiro Kojima, Joisu tanken, 2010), 86-87; “Bibliography of Joycean Studies (2003-2011),” 90-99.]

Jukić, Tatjana. “Deleuzian Dubliners and the Economic Problem of Masochism (Preliminary Remarks).” Siting America/Sighting Modernity: Essays in Honor of Sonja Bašić. Ed. Jelena Šesnić. Zagreb: FF Press, 2010. 179-84. ISBN 978-953-175-345-6.

(Kiberd, Declan. Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living. 2010.) [Rev.: Graham Allen, “Learning How to Live Through Ulysses,” Sunday Business Post (Cork) (14 June 2009).]

Killeen, Terence. “EU Copyright on Joyce Works Ends at Midnight.” Irish Times (31 December 2011): 4.

Kojima, Motohiro. Joisu tanken. Mineruba rekishi bunka raiburari, 17. Kyoto: Minerubashobo, 2010. 206 pp. ISBN 4-623-05815-8.

Lassmann, Eli Z., and Mark Byron. “Modernist Quinella: Joyce, Beckett, and Dublin’s Leopardstown.” Journal of Beckett Studies 19, i (April 2010): 78-94.

Le Bihan, Adrien. James Joyce travesti par trois clercs parisiens. Espelette: Cherche-bruit, 2011. 126 pp. ISBN 978-2-9537571-1-8.

(Lernout, Geert. Help My Unbelief: James Joyce and Religion. 2010.) [Rev.: Roy Gottfried, Modernism/modernity 18, iii (September 2011): 648-49.]

Levenson, Michael. “Joyce, James, Conrad: Word, World, Mind.” Modernism. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011. 88-94. ISBN 0-300-11173-8.

Levitt, Morton P. “Showing and Telling Anew: Points of View of Another Generation.” Siting America/Sighting Modernity: Essays in Honor of Sonja Bašić. Ed. Jelena Šesnić. Zagreb: FF Press, 2010. 165-78. ISBN 978-953-175-345-6. [Opening lines of U as exemplifying “point-of-view studies.”]

Loukopoulou, Eleni. “James Joyce Exhibits at Cambridge’s Literary Laboratories.” Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 2, ii (2011): 212-36. [JJ’s “interaction with the group that produced the magazine Experiment.”].

Lucas, Harriman. “Flann O’Brien’s Creative Betrayal of Joyce.” New Hibernia Review 14, iv (Winter 2010): 90-109.

Ma, Jin. “James Joyce’s Epiphany and Virginia Woolf’s ‘Moment of Importance.’” Studies in Literature and Language 2, i (2011): 114-18. <http://cscanada.net/index.php/sll/article/view/1459/1478>.

Martínez Sariego, Mónica María. “Huellas del capítulo 13 del Ulysses en una novela de Esther Tusquets.” Epos: Revista de Filología 24 (2008): 125-37. <http://e-spacio.uned.es/fez/eserv.php?pid=bibliuned:Epos-2008-24-5070&dsID=PDF>.

(Massoutre, Guylaine. Renaissances: Vivre avec Joyce, Aquin, Yourcenar. 2007.) [Rev.: Michel Gaulin, “Études littéraires,” Lettres québéquois no. 136 (Winter 2009): 44.]

Mayer, Uwe. “Writing Ireland: Zur literarischen Verhandlung nationaler Identität in Werken von William Butler Yeats, James Joyce und Seamus Heaney.” Schlüsselthemen der Anglistik und Amerikanistik = Key Topics in English and American Studies. Ed. Sonja Altnöder, Wolfgang Hallet, and Ansgar Nünning. Studies in English Literary and Cultural History
(ELCH) = Studien zur Englischen Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft (ELK), 46. Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2010. 201-22. ISBN 978-3-86821-267-9.

McCleery, Alistair. “Changing Audiences: The Case of the Penguin Ulysses.” Readings on Audience and Textual Materiality. Ed. Graham Allen, Carrie Griffin, and Mary O’Connell. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2011. 131-42. ISBN 9781848931596.

(McCourt, John. Roll Away the Reel World: James Joyce and Cinema. 2010.) [Revs: Patrick Parrinder, Literature & History 20, ii (Autumn 2011): 102-04; David C. Simmons, “The Reel World Gets Joyced Up,” Literature/Film Quarterly 39, iv (October 2011): 327-29.]

McCrea, Barry. In the Company of Strangers: Family and Narrative in Dickens, Conan Doyle, Joyce, and Proust. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. xii, 265 pp. ISBN 0-231-15763-0.

Meco Medina, Joaquín Miguel. “Giacomo Joyce: un discurso de amor.” Philologica Canariensia 14-15 (2009): 205-14.

Meuthen, Erich. “‘Entweder Transsubstantiality oder Consubstantiality but in No Case Subsubstantiality’ - oder: ‘Verwandlung ist das Thema.’” Sprachkraft: Versuch über Ironie und Allegorie. Figuren, 13. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2011. 119-34. ISBN 978-3-7705-5111-8.

Meyer, Uwe. “Writing Ireland: Zur literarischen Verhandlung nationaler Identität in Werken von William Butler Yeats, James Joyce und Seamus Heaney.” Schlüsselthemen der Anglistik und Amerikanistik = Key Topics in English and American Studies. Ed. Sonja Altnöder. Studies in English Literary and Cultural History (ELCH) = Studien zur Englischen Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft (ELK), 46. Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2010. 201-22. ISBN 9783868212679.

Mimran, Masha. “Through the Looking-Glass: Joyce’s ‘Circe,’ Flaubert’s Madame Bovary and the Poetics of Vision.” Literature Compass 8, vii (July 2011): 464-75.

Monette, Pierre. “Hugo, Kerouac, Melville, Ferron, Voltaire, Thériault, Joyce: les ‘biografictions’ de VLB.” Entre les lignes 4, i (2007): 28. [On the work of Victor-Lévy Beaulieu.].

Monterrey, Tomás. “Framed Images as Counterpoints in James Joyce’s ‘The Dead.’” Atlantis 33, ii (2011): 61-74. <http://www.atlantisjournal.org/ARCHIVE/33.2/2011Monterrey.pdf>.

Morgan, Jack. “The Liffey to the Red River: Demented Mentors in Joyce’s ‘The Sisters’ and Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘The Absolution.’” New World Irish: Notes on One Hundred Years of Lives and Letters in American Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 115-28. ISBN 9780230116962.

Müller, Timo. “Gerty MacDowell, Poetess: Butler’s The Authoress of the Odyssey and the Nausicaa Episode of Ulysses.” Twentieth-Century Literature 55, iii (Fall 2009): 378-92.

Niraimathi, S. “An Artist in the Making: James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Akilan’s Paavai ViLakku: An Analogical Note.” Language in India 11, xii (December 2011): 375-84. <http://www.languageinindia.com/dec2011/niraimathiartistfinal.pdf>.

Norris, Margot. “Fact, Fiction, and Anti-Semitism in the ‘Cyclops’ Episode of Joyce’s Ulysses.” Siting America/Sighting Modernity: Essays in Honor of Sonja Bašić. Ed. Jelena Šesnić. Zagreb: FF Press, 2010. 201-20. ISBN 978-953-175-345-6.

Norris, Margot. “Joyce, James.” The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Ed. Brian W. Shaffer. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. Vol. 1. 205-10. ISBN 978-1-4051-9244-6.

Novillo-Corvalán, Patricia. “James Joyce, Author of ‘Funes el memorioso.’” Variaciones Borges 26 (2008): 59-82. <http://www.borges.pitt.edu/documents/2606.pdf>.

O’Connell, Daniel C., Sabine Kowal, and Scott P. King. “Interjections in Literary Readings and Artistic Performance.” Pragmatics 17, iii (2007): 417-38. [Employs readings of Winnie-the-Pooh, excerpts from U (Norton and Riordan performance, 1994), and The Third Man.] <http://elanguage.net/journals/index.php/pragmatics/article/view/558/483>.

O’Leary, Timothy. “Re-making Experience: James Joyce.” Foucault and Fiction: The Experience Book. Continuum Literary Studies Series. London: Continuum, 2009. 95-115. ISBN 978-0-8264-9595-2.

O’Neill, Robert Keating. “The Irish Book in the United States: An Overview.” The Irish Book in English, 1891-2000. Ed. Clare Hutton and Patrick Walsh. The Oxford History of the Irish Book, V. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. 413-39. ISBN 0-19-924911-3. [Especially “The Ulysses Controversy in America,” 428-32.]

O’Regan, Eilish. “Portrait of the Artist in a New Light: James Joyce Was Farsighted.” Irish Independent (16 December 2011). [Examination of JJ’s glasses by medical researchers.]

(Owens, Cóilín. James Joyce’s Painful Case. 2008.) [Rev.: Patrick A. McCarthy, “Mr. Duffy’s Case of Conscience,” Irish Literary Supplement 31, i (Fall 2011): 7.]

Pearson, Nels C. “‘May I Trespass on Your Valuable Space?’ Ulysses on the Coast.” Modern Fiction Studies 57, iv (Winter 2011): 627-49.

Pepe, Vincenzo. “Vichian Echoes in Chapter 14 of Joyce’s Ulysses.” New Vico Studies 26 (2008): 67-73.

Pirnajmuddin, Hussein, and Leila Niknasab. “Translating Political Allusions: A Survey of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce.” Theory and Practice in Language Studies 1, vii (July 2011): 851-60. <http://ojs.academypublisher.com/index.php/tpls/article/view/0107851860/3249>.

Platt, Len. James Joyce: Texts and Contexts. London: Continuum, 2011. xii, 169 pp. ISBN 978-1-4411-6546-6.

(Plock, Vike Martina. Joyce, Medicine, and Modernity. 2010.) [Rev.: Patrick Parrinder, Literature & History 20, ii (Autumn 2011): 102-04.]

Pyrcz, Heather. “James Joyce, Verbs: Principal Parts, Tense.” Writing with Style: Grammar in Context. Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 2010. 14-17. ISBN 978-0-19-543173-5. [Analysis of quotation from P: “I will tell you what I will do and what I will not do” etc.]

Quigley, Megan. “Ireland.” The Cambridge Companion to European Modernism. Ed. Pericles Lewis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 170-90. ISBN 0-521-13607-5. [Especially “Ireland in Translation: Joyce, Beckett, O’Brien,” 182-87.]

Quirino, Maria Teresa. “A experiência ética em traduções da obra de James Joyce.” Tradução, vanguarda e modernismos. Ed. Maria Clara Versiani Galery, Elzira Divina Perpétua, and Irene Hirsch. São Paulo: Paz e Terra, 2009. 83-107. ISBN 978-85-7753-103-5.

Rader, Ralph W. “Defoe, Richardson, Joyce, and the Concept of Form in the Novel.” Fact, Fiction, and Form: Selected Essays. Ed. James Phelan and David H. Richter. Theory and Interpretation of Narrative. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2011. 172-99. ISBN 0-8142-5180-3. [From Autobiography, Biography, and the Novel (1973).]

Rader, Ralph W. “Exodus and Return: Joyce’s Ulysses and the Fiction of the Actual.” Fact, Fiction, and Form: Selected Essays. Ed. James Phelan and David H. Richter. Theory and Interpretation of Narrative. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2011. 318-39. ISBN 0-8142-5180-3. [From University of Toronto Quarterly (1978).]

Rader, Ralph W. “The Logic of Ulysses: or, Why Molly Had to Live in Gibraltar.” Fact, Fiction, and Form: Selected Essays. Ed. James Phelan and David H. Richter. Theory and Interpretation of Narrative. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2011. 340-50. ISBN 0-8142-5180-3. [From Critical Inquiry (1984).]

Rainey, Lawrence. “The Cultural Economy of Modernism.” The Cambridge Companion to Modernism. Ed. Michael Levenson. 2nd ed. Cambridge Companions to Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 33-68. ISBN 0-521-28125-3.

Raljević, Selma. “Dublinci Jamesa Joycea i Winesburg, Ohio Sherwooda Andersona.” Novi izraz no. 47-48 (January-June 2010): 42-52.

(Rathjen, Friedhelm. Irish Company: Joyce & Beckett and More. 2010.) [Rev.: Ben Davies, Edward Thomas Fellowship Newsletter 65 (January 2011): 33-34.]

Rhee, Beau La. “Perfection of Art in Yeats and Joyce: ‘Leda and the Swan’ and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” Yeats Journal of Korea 35 (Summer 2011): 209-30.

Rose, David. “Cryptogrammic Cryptogams: Fungi in Finnegans Wake.” Fungi 4, i (Winter 2011): 23-27. <http://www.fungimag.com/winter-2011-articles/UndergroundLR.pdf>.

Ruggieri, Franca, ed. James Joyce: Metamorphosis and Re-Writing. Joyce Studies in Italy, 11. Rome: Bulzoni Editore, 2010. 278 pp. ISBN 978-88-7870-573-9. [Contents: Franca Ruggieri, “Foreword,” 9-11; Sam Slote, “Stephen’s Nietzschean Ethics,” 15-26; Richard Brown, “‘Literature, the Press’ (U 7.607): Joyce Rewriting Literature Through Benjamin,” 27-36; Alexandra Emmanuel, “The Eagle and the Serpent: Wit, Wisdom, and Nietzschean Egoism in James Joyce’s Stephen Hero,” 37-52; Paul Fagan, “‘Forget, Remember! Forget!’: Memory, Amnesia and the Cyclical Metamorphosis of Meaning in Finnegans Wake,” 53-66; Philip Keel Geheber, “Zola’s Nana and Molly Bloom,” 67-75; Hsin-Yu Hung, “Avant-Garde Metamorphoses: Newspaper Typography and Joyce’s Rewriting of ‘Aeolus,’” 77-88; Alison Lacivita, “‘Refuses to Sacrifice SD’: Shem’s Incestuous Origins in Joyce’s Finnegans Wake,” 89-97; Liam Lanigan, “‘A Necessary Evil’: Anti-Spatial Behaviour in ‘Circe,’” 99-112; Damien Lennon, “Eliot’s Lantern: The Mythical Method,” 113-26; Patrick Lennon, “Occult Joyce: Rite, Ritual, Incantation and the Phantasmagorical as Access to the Supernormal in Ulysses,” 127-37; Maria Domenica Mangialavori, “Translating Literature into Music: From ‘Sirens’ to ‘Thema,’” 139-52; Ivana Milivojevic, “A Transposition of ‘Ithaca’ (In Danilo Kiš’s Novel Hourglass),” 153-64; Teresa Prudente, “‘To Know Is to Deform Reality’: The Epistemology of a Transforming and Transformable Reality in Joyce and Gadda,” 165-75; Federico Sabatini, “The Immermemorial Instant: Finnegans Wake and Giordano Bruni’s Philosophy of Time,” 177-89; Maria Grazia Tonetto, “‘After Life’s Journey’: Posthumous Metamorphoses in Ulysses,” 191-206; Emanuela Zirzotti, “Sitting with Orpheus, Singing about Love: A Reading of Chamber Music,” 207-15; Jacques Aubert, “Ego nominor n...ego,” 219-26; Christine O’Neill, “‘But You Could Not Have a Green Rose’: Presenting Blooms in Hungary,” 227-39; Laura Talarico, “From James Joyce to Katherine Mansfield: Epiphanic Poetics and Writing of the Self,” 241-57; Enrico Terrinoni, “Comedy, or What Went Unsaid in Ulysses,” 259-72.]

Ruggieri, Franca, ed. Tre saggi su Joyce. I libri dell’Associazione Sigismondo Malatesta. I minibook, 4. Pisa: Pacini, 2011. 116 pp. ISBN 978-88-6315-283-8. [Contents: Franca Ruggieri, “Premessa,” 9-12; Paolo Amalfitano, “Spazi segreti in Ulysses di James Joyce,” 13-37; Claudia Corti, “Il piacere proibito della trama ovvero le mappe segrete dell’Ulisse di Joyce,” 39-83; Paola Pugliatti, “Interpretazioni del monologo interiore,” 85-114.]

(Sabatini, Federico. Im-marginable: Lo spazio di Joyce, Beckett e Genet. 2008.) [Rev.: Carmen Concilio, L’indice dei libri del mese 26, vi (June 2009): 35.]

Sabatini, Federico. “‘A most envolving description’: Descrizione e narratività in James Joyce.” Comparatistica e intertestualità: Studi in onore di Franco Marenco. Ed. Giuseppe Sertoli, Carla Vaglio Marengo, and Chiara Lombardi. Alessandria: Edizioni dell’Orso, 2010. Vol. 2. 811-21. ISBN 978-88-6274-186-6.

Sabatini, Federico. “Réalité, abstraction et (il)limitation: Les recréations spatiales de Joyce et Beckett.” Entre tensions et passions: (dé)constructions de l’espace littéraire européen. Ed. Éric Lysøe and Tania Collani. Europes littéraires. Strasbourg: Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, 2010. 241-54. ISBN 978-2-86820-459-2.

Sadowski, Piotr. “Androgyny and (Near) Perfect Marriage: A Systems View of the Genders of Leopold and Molly Bloom.” Style 44, i/ii (Spring/Summer 2010): 139-61.

Sandulescu, C. George. A Lexicon of Romanian in 'Finnegans Wake.' Bucharest: Contemporary Literature Press, 2011. 74 pp. ISBN 978-606-8366-08-1.

Schmidt, Arno. “Ulysses in Deutschland (Zum 75. Geburtstage von James Joyce).” Suhrkamp, Suhrkamp: Autoren über Autoren. Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2010. 214-21. ISBN 978-3-518-42164-2.

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

(Sheehan, Sean. Joyce’s Ulysses: A Reader’s Guide. 2009.) [Rev.: Claire V. Nally, Irish Studies Review 18, iii (August 2010): 378-80.]

Shipe, Andrew J. “James Joyce’s Ulysses: Dedalus in the Labyrinth.” The Labyrinth. Ed. Harold Bloom and Blake Hobby. Bloom’s Literary Themes. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2009. 205-14. ISBN 978-0-7910-9804-2.

Sicari, Stephen. Modernist Humanism and the Men of 1914: Joyce, Lewis, Pound, and Eliot. 2011.) [Rev.: J. M. Utell, Choice 49, iii (November 2011): 49-1337.]

Smyth, Gerry. “Music in James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’: Sources, Contexts, Meanings.” Music in Irish Cultural History. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2009. 32-50. ISBN 978-0-7165-2984-2.

Sotscheck, Ralf. “Das Ende der Verenkelung: Vorigen Donnerstag war es wieder so weit: Die Joyce-Irren sind über Dublin hergefallen, um den Bloomsday zu begehen.” Die Tageszeitung (20 June 2011). [Bloomsday, Stephen Joyce, and the end of the JJ copyright.]

Spoo, Robert. Copyright and Joyce: Litigating the Word: James Joyce in the Courts. Dublin: James Joyce Centre, 2008. [28] pp.

Standlee, Whitney. “George Egerton, James Joyce and the Irish Künstlerroman.Irish Studies Review 18, iv (November 2010): 439-52.

Štolba, Jan. “Je omylem náročných děl, že čtenáře neodmění?” Host 23, ii (2007): 36-38. [Proust, Musil, and JJ.]

(Suáre z Casti ñeira, Ma Luz, Asier Altuna García de Salazar, and Olga Fernández Vicente. New Perspectives on James Joyce: Ignatius Loyola, Make Haste to Help Me! 2009.) [Rev.: Inés Praga-Terente, Estudios irlandaises 6 (2011): 147-48.]

Sullivan ullivan , Hannah. “Autobiography and the Problem of Finish.” Biography 34, ii (Spring 2011): 298-325. [Leslie Stephen’s Mausoleum Book, Virginia Woolf ‘s “A Sketch of the Past” and P.].

Tardits, Annie. “Joyce: le récit, le poème, la lettre.” Savoirs et clinique no. 8 (2007): 163-69. <http://www.cairn.info/revue-savoirs-et-cliniques-2007-1-page-163.htm>.

(Tribout -Joseph, Sarah. Proust and Joyce in Dialogue. 2008.) [Rev.: Florence Godeau, “Lectures comparatistes de Proust,” Revue de littérature comparée 83, iv (October-December 2009): 471-75.]

Trotter, David. “The Modernist Novel.” The Cambridge Companion to Modernism. Ed. Michael Levenson. 2nd ed. Cambridge Companions to Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 69-98. ISBN 0-521-28125-3.

Tseng, Li-ling. “Exile, Cunning, Silence: Trajectory of Art of Exile from Joyce’s Ulysses to Beckett’s Trilogy.” Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 35, i (March 2009): 205-28. <http://www.concentric-literature.url.tw/issues/Affect/10.pdf>.

Turner, Catherine. “Maintaining Highbrow Standards: B. W. Huebsch Opens the Door to Modern Literature.” The History of the Book in the West: 1914-2000. Ed. Alexis Weedon. The History of the Book in the West: A Library of Critical Essays, V: Ashgate, 2010. 391-429. ISBN 978-0-7546-2783-8. [In part, on Huebsch’s promotion of P. From Marketing Modernism Between the Two World Wars, 2003.]

Uhlmann, Anthony. Thinking in Literature: Joyce, Woolf, Nabokov. New York: Continuum, 2011. x, 164 pp. ISBN 1-4411-4782-9.

(Utell, Janine. James Joyce and the Revolt of Love: Marriage, Adultery, Desire. 2010.) [Rev.: Russell McDonald, New Hibernia Review 15, iii (Autumn 2011): 151-53.]

Vaglio Marengo, Carla. “Joyce, ‘Wandering Rocks’ tra musichall, teatro sintetico futurista e ‘dinema dell’arte.’” Comparatistica e intertestualità: Studi in onore di Franco Marenco. Ed. Giuseppe Sertoli, Carla Vaglio Marengo, and Chiara Lombardi. Alessandria: Edizioni dell’Orso, 2010. Vol. 2. 1039-61. ISBN 978-88-6274-186-6.

(Van Hulle, Dirk. Manuscript Genetics: Joyce’s Know-How, Beckett’s Nohow. 2008.) [Revs.: Jan Gielkens, Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal- & Letterkunde 126, iii (2010): 334-35; Will May, Irish Studies Review 17, i (February 2009): 120-21; Shane Weller, “The Literary Work as Purgatorial Process,” Journal of Beckett Studies 18, i/ii (Fall 2008/Spring 2009): 191-99.]

(Van Hulle, Dirk. Textual Awareness: A Genetic Study of Late Manuscripts by Joyce, Proust, and Mann. 2004.) [Rev.: Jan Gielkens, Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal- & Letterkunde 126, iii (2010): 334-35.]

Verene, Donald Phillip. “Vico in English.” New Vico Studies 27 (2009): 57-73. [Especially “Croce and Joyce,” 62-66.]

Vichnar, David. Joyce Against Theory: James Joyce After Deconstruction. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2010. 427 pp. ISBN 978-80-7308-315-1.

Voogd, Peter de. “Simon Vestdijk leest Ulysses van James Joyce.” In 1934: Nederlandse cultuur in internationale context. Ed. Helleke van den Braber and Jan Gielkens. Amsterdam: Em. Querido’s Uitgeverij, 2010. 75-80. ISBN 978-90-214-3786-6.

Walczak, Justyna. “Transfer translatoryczny neologizmów Joyce’owskich z fragmentów Ulissesa w tłumaczeniu Macieja Słomczńskiego.” Poradnik Językowy, vii (2007): 41-54.

Weigel, Andreas. “Max Riccabonas erfundene Begegnung mit James Joyce: Erforderliche Korrektur einer zweifelhaften Zeitzeugenschaft.” miromente no. 25 (September 2011): 34-44.

Whalen, Christopher. “‘A Little Ireland’: James Joyce, Dublin, and Trieste.” Exiles, Emigrés and Intermediaries: Anglo-Italian Cultural Transactions. Ed. Barbara Schaff. Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, 139. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010. 301-19. ISBN 978-90-420-3068-8.

Wicht, Wolfgang. “‘Everything Speaks in Its Own Way’ (Ulysses 7.177): Deconstructing the Narrator.” Britannien und Europa: Studien zur Literatur-, Geistes- und Kulturgeschichte: Festschrift für Jürgen Klein. Frankurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010. 161-73. ISBN 978-3-631-58628-0.

Zacchi, Romana. “Fragments of Theatrical Revelation: James Joyce’s Epiphanies.” Linguae &, i (2010): 45-54. <http://www.ledonline.it/linguae/allegati/linguae1001Zacchi.pdf>.


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Lucia’s Chapters of Coming Forth By Day. Directed by Sharon Fogarty. [Produced by Mabou Mines, New York, September 2011. Rev.: Rachel Saltz, “Musings About Death, Joyce-Style,” New York Times (21 September 2011): C6.]


MUSICAL SETTINGS / BROADCASTS [Back to top]

“Zweifelhafte Zeitzeugenschaft.” Kultur nach 6. ORF Vorarlberg 3. 3 November 2011. [Interview with Max Riccabona on JJ.]


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Bush, Kate. Director’s Cut. FISP0277722. Fish People, 2011. Compact disc. [Includes “Flower of the Mountain” (remake of “The Sensual World” with the permission of the JJ estate), setting of the final words of U.]

Joyce, James. Strings in the Earth and Air. Troy1050. Albany: Albany Records, 2008. Compact disc. 2 min. 23 sec. [Musical setting by Richard Hundley of CM I, performed by Elem Eley.]

Tangerine Dream. Finnegans Wake. Eastgate 054 CD. Berlin: Eastgate Music & Arts, 2011. Compact disc. [“The music Tangerine Dream comes up with to give the book an unusual dress of sounds, is not avant-garde nor is it modern with a commercial attitude[;] it just guides you through a different world of distinct perceptions.”]


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Borges, Jorge Luis. “James Joyce.” The Sonnets. Ed. Stephen Kessler. New York: Penguin, 2010. 124-25. ISBN 978-0-14-310601-2. [Poem from 1969. In Spanish, with English translation by Stephen Kessler.]

Codrescu, Andrei. “James, Joyce.” The Posthuman Dada Guide: Tzara & Lenin Play Chess. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009. 169-70. ISBN 978-0-691-13778-0.

Crace, John. “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, James Joyce.” Brideshead Abbreviated: The Digested Read of the Twentieth Century. London: Random House, 2010. 65-68. ISBN 9781905211555. [Parody.]

“Geldnot: Fritz Senn (83) kämpft um sein grosses Lebenswerk.” Limattaler Zeitung (13 November 2011). [Financial difficulties at the Zurich JJ Foundation.]

Kozinn, Allan. “A Meandering Thread Becomes James Joyce.” New York Times (11 October 2010): C3. [Carnegie Hall concert by the American Symphony Orchestra of compositions by Antheil, Schoeck, and Seiber.]

Parson, Michael. “Pocket Watch Featured in Ulysses Goes up for Auction.” Irish Times (3 November 2011): 5.
James Joyce Quarterly 48.1 2010

Parsons, Michael. “Rare Copy of First Edition Ulysses to Be Auctioned.” Irish Times (16 September 2011): 5. [Sotheby’s New York offering the Sylvia Beach/Tudor Wilkinson copy no. 24 of the first ed. including a single page typescript from “Wandering Rocks” with annotations in JJ’s hand.]

Ulysses Rubber Glove Project, 2011. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qr4B47nzYNk>. [Artist Jessica Deane Rosner inscribes U on yellow rubber gloves. See Bill Ott, “Ulysses and Rubber Gloves,” Booklist 108, iv (15 October 2011): 64.]

Wreath, Lord. “Faulks on Fiction.” Private Eye no. 1282 (18 February-3 March 2011): 10. [Review of a BBC2 program criticizing the omission of works by JJ and others. Letters in response arguing JJ’s nationality by Jane Buffham, no. 1284 (18 March–31 March 2011): 16; Shamim Gammage, no. 1285 (1 April–14 April 2011): 14; John Cockburn, no. 1286 (15 April–28 April 2011): 16; Bernard McGinley, no. 1287 (29 April–12 May 2011): 16.]

 

 
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