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CURRENT JJ CHECKLIST (95)

William S. Brockman
Pennsylvania State University

Contributors to this checklist include Roberta Astroff, Katarzyna Bazarnik, Eunkyung Chun, Michael Cunningham, Will Goodwin, Michael Groden, Judith Harrington, K. P. S. Jochum, Friedhelm Rathjen, Fritz Senn, Robert Spoo, Andreas Weigel, and Wolfgang Wicht. Our thanks to all for their assistance. 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 following abbreviations apply throughout:
D 2: Deming’s Bibliography of James Joyce Studies, 2d ed.
S-C: Slocum and Cahoon’s Bibliography of James Joyce, 1882-1941.
CC: Current JJ Checklist.



JJ WORKS

Dublinasit. Zenit, 2004. 280 pp. ISBN 99927-948-4-X. [Albanian trans. D.]

Dubliners. London: Folio Society, 2003. 230 pp. [With contemporary photographs by J. J. Clarke.]

Exiles. Dover Thrift Editions. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, 2002. iv, 73 pp. ISBN 0-486-42460-X.

Exiles. Literary Classics. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2003. v, 154 pp. ISBN 1-59102-075-1. “Finnegans Wake [‘The Mookse and the Gripes,’ 152.04-159.23] = Finneganów tren [Bajka o Mooksie i Gripowronie, 152.04-159.23].” Przekładaniec nos. 13-14 (2/2004-1/2005): 156-71. [Original English and Polish trans. by Krzysztof Bartnicki on facing pp.]

(Finnegans Wehg, trans. Stündel. 1993.) [Rev.: Eske Bockelmann, “Die kesse Wehr,” Neue Rundshau 113, iii (2002): 177-85.]

“Ilis.” Sites 5, ii (Fall 2001): 439-44. [Haitian Creole trans. of end of “Penelope” by Roger Célestain.]

James Joyce’s Ulysses: One Page Every Day, 2004. Ed. Jason White. <http://botheration.org/ulysses/about.php>. Accessed 11/05. [“In honor of the 100th anniversary of the date that Ulysses is set, this lauded book is being presented here page by page starting with page one on Bloomsday, June 16, 2004 ending with the last page on June 14, 2006.”]

Kötturinn og kölski. Trans. Óskar Árni Óskarsson. Reykjavik: Bjartur, 2002. 52 pp. ISBN 9979-
77-401-0. [Icelandic trans. of The Cat and the Devil.]

Ulysses: Anacos da soadísema novela de James Joyce postos en galego do texto inglés.” Fragmentos de Ulises, 1926. Ille nova. Vigo: Editorial Galaxia, 2003. 55-85. ISBN 84-8288-646-0. [Galician trans. of excerpts from “Ithaca” and “Cyclops,” from Nós no. 32 (15 August 1926): 3-11.]

Ulysses: Texte und Bilder. Frankfurt am Main: Insel Verlag, 2004. 59 pp. ISBN 3-458-19255-7. [Afterword Bernd Klüser. Texts selected by Klaus Reichert. 18 etchings by Mimmo Paladino, faced by excerpts from Wollschläger’s trans. of U. Rev.: Fritz Senn, “16. Juni 1904: Ein ‘Weltalltag’ wird Literaturgeschichte: Neuerscheinungen zum Jubiläum des Bloomsday,” Neue Zürcher Zeitung (12 June 2004): 65.]

The Works of James Joyce in Ten Volumes. Bath Classics. Bath: Robert Frederick, 2005. 10 vols. ISBN 0-7554-3867-1. [Boxed set of P, D, U (episodes rearranged), E, FW, and a separate vol. with D’s stories rearranged. See “N.B.” (TLS no. 5329 [20 May 2005]: 14) for report of a lawsuit against Robert Frederick Ltd. for copyright infringement.]




SECONDARY SOURCES

ALTER, Robert. “James Joyce: The Synoptic Canon.” Critica del testo 3, i (2000): 337-54.

ALTER, Robert. “Joyce: Metropolitan Shuttle.” Imagined Cities: Urban Experience and the Language of the Novel. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 2005. 121-40. ISBN 0-300-10802-8.

AMINE, Patrick. “Molly Bloom, une des incarnations de James Joyce.” L’Infini no. 91 (Summer 2005): 33-37.

ARMAND, Louis. “Joycean Hypertext: Technology and the Word in Finnegans Wake.” Beyond Borders: IASIL Essays on Modern Irish Writing. Ed. Neil Sammells. Bath: Sulis Press, 2004. 73-82. ISBN 0-9545648-1-2.

ARMSTRONG, Paul B. “James Joyce and the Politics of Reading: Power, Belief, and Justice in Ulysses.” Play and the Politics of Reading: The Social Uses of Modernist Form. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2005. 144-76. ISBN 0-8014-4325-3.

(ARNOLD. Scandal of Ulysses. 2004.) [Rev.: Kevin Kiely, “Centennial Cash-in,” Books Ireland no. 269 (September 2004): 190-92.]

(ATTRIDGE. Cambridge Companion to James Joyce. 2004.) [Rev.: Kevin Kiely, “Centennial Cash-in,” Books Ireland no. 269 (September 2004): 190-92.]

(ATTRIDGE. James Joyce’s Ulysses. 2004.) [Revs.: Heidi Hanrahan, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 47, iii (2004): 366-67; John Nash, Review of English Studies n.s. 56, no. 223 (February 2005): 164-66.]

ATTRIDGE, Derek. Peculiar Language: Literature as Difference from the Renaissance to James Joyce. London and New York: Routledge, 2004. xv, 262 pp. ISBN 0-415-34057-8. [Reissue of the 1988 ed. with new preface.]

AXELSSON, Bo. “James Joyce älskade sitt förhatliga Dublin.” Tidningen Boken 3 (2002): 18-22.

BALSAMO, Gian. Joyce’s Messianism: Dante, Negative Existence, and the Messianic Self. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2004. viii, 180 pp. ISBN 1-57003-552-0. [Rev.: P. D. O’Connor, Choice 42, x (June 2005): 42-5714.]

BALSAMO, Gian. Rituals of Literature: Joyce, Dante, Aquinas, and the Tradition of Christian Epics. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2004. 160 pp. ISBN 0-8387-5549-6.

BAROLINI, Helen. “The End of My Giacomo Joyce Affair.” Southwest Review 88, ii-iii (2003): 248-61. [Identity of GJ’s unnamed woman.]

(BARRY. The Dead. 2001.) [Rev.: Emilie Pine, Textual Practice 18, iii (Autumn 2004): 457-63.]

BARTNICKI, Krzysztof. “Podtekst Bajkowy.” Przekładaniec nos. 13-14 (2/2004-1/2005): 172-78.

BARTNICKI, Krzysztof. “To Wake or Not to Wake, czyli o szaleństwach w metodzie.” Przekładaniec nos. 13-14 (2/2004-1/2005): 180-86.

BAUDRY, Francis. “Life and Death and the Birth of an Author: A Delicate Balance. A Reading of James Joyce’s ‘The Dead.’” Journal of Clinical Psychoanalysis 11, ii (Spring 2002): 237-45.

BAZARNIK, Katarzyna. “Walnąć autora w ucho?” Przekładaniec nos. 13-14 (2/2004-1/2005): 140-41.

BECKER-LECKRONE, Megan. “Joyce’s ‘Quashed Quotatoes.’” Julia Kristeva and Literary Theory. Transitions. Houndmills, Basingstoke, and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. 90-134. ISBN 0-333-78193-7.

BINDERVOET, Erik, and Robbert-Jan Henkes. “Dwadzieścia dziewięć metod tłumaczenia Finnegans Wake.” Przekładaniec nos. 13-14 (2/2004-1/2005): 209-15. [Trans. Katarzyna Bazarnik.]

BINDERVOET, Erik, and Robbert-Jan Henkes. “Finnegans Wake po holendersku, holenderski w Finnegans Wake i jak sobie z tym poradzić.” Przekładaniec nos. 13-14 (2/2004-1/2005): 188-208. [Trans. Agata Sadza.]

BLASCHKE, Bernd. “James Joyce Ulysses: ‘A Question of the Money Question.’” Der homo oeconomicus und sein Kredit bei Musil, Joyce, Svevo, Unamuno und Céline. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2004. 143-212. ISBN 3-7705-3882-X.

BOGAN, Louise. “Approaching Ur.” A Poet’s Prose: Selected Writings of Louise Bogan: With the Uncollected Poems. Ed. Mary Kinzie. Athens: Swallow Press/Ohio UP, 2005. 264-69. ISBN 0-8040-1070-6. [D2 4996; rev. of Campbell and Robinson’s Skeleton Key.]

BOGAN, Louise. “Proteus, or Vico’s Road.” A Poet’s Prose: Selected Writings of Louise Bogan: With the Uncollected Poems. Ed. Mary Kinzie. Athens: Swallow Press/Ohio UP, 2005. 264-69. ISBN 0-8040-1070-6. [D2 4996; rev. of FW.]

BOLDRINI, Lucia. “‘Intimations of proximate dawn’: Re-viewing Joyce’s Ulysses through the Eyes of Kubrick’s Space Odyssey.” Many-voicèd fountains: Studi di anglistica e comparatistica in onore di Elsa Linguanti. Ed. Mario Curreli and Fausto Ciompi. Percorsi/Università di Pisa. Dipartimento di Anglistica, 10. Pisa: ETS, 2003. 360-71. ISBN 88-467-0788-5.

BORG, Ruben. “A Fadograph of Whome: Topographies of Mourning in Finnegans Wake.” Partial Answers 1, ii (June 2003): 87-110.

BOYSEN, Benjamin. “On the Spectral Presence of the Predecessor in James Joyce—With Special Reference to William Shakespeare.” Orbis Litterarum 60, iii (June 2005): 159-82.

BRETON, Rob. “Occupations and Preoccupations: Work in Ulysses.” English Studies in Canada 30, ii (June 2004): 105-28.

(BROOKER. Joyce’s Critics. 2004.) [Revs.: Justin Beplate, “No Mistakes: Are Joyce’s Failings Merely Failures of Discovery?” TLS no. 5326 (29 April 2005): 3-4; J. M. Utell, Choice 42, viii (April 2005): 42-4498.]

BROWN, Pamela. “Levinas in ‘Ithaca’: Answering the Joycean Worldstage.” Partial Answers 1, ii (June 2003): 61-86.

BROWN, Pamela M. Poethics: Levinas, Shakespeare, Joyce. Ph.D. diss. New York Univ., 2004. 270 pp. [DAI-A 65, iii (September 2004): 940.]

BROWNING, Veronica. Speaking Time: Intersections of Literature and Chronosophy. Ph.D. diss. Univ. of Washington, 2004. 196 pp. [DAI-A 65, iv (October 2004): 1355. Futurist reactions to time in U.]

BUCKLEY, Margaret, and Brian Buckley. “Contemporaries: Ford, Forster, Joyce and Woolf.” Challenge and Continuity: Aspects of the Thematic Novel, 1830-1950. Textxet: Studies in Comparative Literature, 46. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2004. 184-216. ISBN 90-420-16035.

(BUCKNELL. Literary Modernism and Musical Aesthetics. 2001.) [Rev.: Brian Reed, English Studies in Canada 30, iii (September 2004): 192-96.]

BULSON, Eric J. Novel Orientations: Maps, Narrative, and Modernity, 1850-2000. Ph.D. diss. Columbia Univ., 2004. 249 pp. [DAI-A 65, iv (October 2004): 1362. Use of maps by Melville, JJ, and Pynchon.]

BURN, S. J. “At the Edges of Perception”: William Gaddis and the EncyclopedicNovel from Joyce to David Foster Wallace. Ph.D. diss. Durham Univ., 2001. [Index to Theses 52 (2003): 52-8617.]

CANEDA-CABRERA, M. Teresa. “Translating the Modern Short Story: Drying Out Joyce’s ‘Clay.’” Short Story n.s. 12, i (Spring 2004): 71-78.

CARAHER, Brian G. “A ‘ruin of all space, shattered glass and toppling masonry’: Joyce’s Orientalism in the Context of 11 September 2001 and 1922.” Textual Practice 18, iv (December 2004): 497-520.

CASANOVA, Pascale. “James Joyce et Samuel Beckett, ou l’autonomie”; “La famille joycienne, Arno Schmidt et Henry Roth.” Le république mondiale deslettres. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 1999. 426-33; 447-55. ISBN 2-02-035853-0.

CASERIO, Robert L. “Ford Madox Ford, His Fellow Writers, and History: Another Tale of Shem and Shaun.” Modernism and the Individual Talent:Re-Canonizing Ford Madox Ford (Hueffer): Symposium Münster, June 1999 = Moderne und besondere Begabung: zur Re-Kanonisierung von Ford Madox Ford (Hüffer): Symposium Münster Juni 1999. Ed. Jörg Rademacher. Anglistik, Amerikanistik, 6. Münster: LIT, 2002. 79-93. ISBN 3-8258-4311-4.

CHENG, Vincent J. Inauthentic: The Anxiety over Culture and Identity. New Brunswick and London: Rutgers UP, 2004. vii, 208 pp. ISBN 0-8135-3400-3. [Passim.]

CHENG, Vincent J. “Joyce and Ford Madox Ford.” Modernism and the Individual Talent: Re-Canonizing Ford Madox Ford (Hueffer): SymposiumMünster, June 1999 = Moderne und besondere Begabung: zur Re-Kanonisierungvon Ford Madox Ford (Hüffer): Symposium Münster Juni 1999. Ed. Jörg Rademacher. Anglistik, Amerikanistik, 6. Münster: LIT, 2002. 68-78. ISBN 3-8258-4311-4.

CHOU, H-C. Joyce, Bakhtin, and Postcolonial Trialogue: History, Subjectivity, and the Nation in Ulysses. Ph.D. diss. Glasgow Univ., 2002. [Index to Theses 54 (2005): 54-7577.]

CLARK, Emily Jo. Beyond Borders: The Politics of the Margins in Woolf, Joyce, and Hall. Ph.D. diss. Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro, 2004. 176 pp. [DAI-A 65, viii (February 2005): 2999.]

COCKRAM, Patricia. James Joyce & Ezra Pound: A More Than Literary Friendship. Joyce Studies 2004, 1. Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004. 43 pp. ISBN 0-907328-38-5.

CONDE-PARILLA, M. A. Joyce in Translation: Colonial Portrait, Post-Colonial Retrato. Ph.D. diss. Univ. College, Dublin, 2002. [Index to Theses 53 (2004): 53-7547.]

CONLEY, Tim. Joyces Mistakes: Problems of Intention, Irony, and Interpretation. Toronto and Buffalo: U of Toronto P, 2003. xii, 192 pp. ISBN 0-8020-8755-8. [Rev.: Suzette Henke, “Re/Joycean Mistakes, Misprisions, and Modernist Contexts,” English Studies in Canada 30, iii (September 2004): 175-88.]

COOPER, John Xiros. “Artisanal Production, Ulysses, and the Circulation of Goods.” Modernism and the Culture of Market Society. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 163-93. ISBN 0-521-83486-4.

CORDINGLY, Anthony. “Keeping their Distance: Beckett and Borges Writing after Joyce.” After Beckett = D’après Beckett. Ed. Anthony Uhlmann, Sjef Houppermans and Bruno Clément. Samuel Beckett Today/aujourd’hui, 14. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2004. 131-45. ISBN 90-420-1972-7.

CREASY, M. James Joyce and Misquotation in Ulysses. D.Phil. diss. Oxford Univ., 2003. [Index to Theses 53 (2004): 53-12232.]

CREASY, Matthew. “Shakespeare Burlesque in Ulysses.” Essays in Criticism 55, ii (April 2005): 136-58.

CRIVELLI, Renzo S. Una rosa per Joyce = A Rose for Joyce. Trieste: MGS Press, 2004. 221 pp. ISBN 88-89219-03-3.

CUCULLU, Lois. Expert Modernists, Matricide, and Modern Culture: Woolf, Forster, Joyce. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. ix, 233 pp. ISBN 1-4039-3531-9. [Rev.: M. S. Vogeler, Choice 42, ix (May 2005): 42-5102.]

(CULLETON. Joyce and the G-Men. 2004.) [Revs.: Q. Grigg, Choice 42, iv (December 2004): 42-2056; Bridget O’Toole, “What Not to Read,” BooksIrelandno. 274 (March 2005): 48.]

DENG, Manna. “The Rebellious Creative Ideology in Ulysses of James Joyce.” Xi nan ke ji da xue xue bao = Journal of Southwest University of Science and Technology 21, ii (June 2004): 6-9. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

DI, Jin. “Bloom’s Appeal to the Peoples of the World.” Irelands in the Asia-Pacific. Ed. Peter Kuch and Julie-Ann Robson. Irish Literary Studies, 52. Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire: Colin Smythe, 2003. 73-100. ISBN 0- 86140-414-9.

DOWNES, G. J. James Joyce, Catholicism and Heresy: With Specific Reference to Giordano Bruno. Ph.D. diss. St. Andrews Univ., 2002. [Index to Theses 52 (2003): 52-2984.]

DREWS, Jörg. “Die Heiligung des Profanen wird 100: Vor 100 Jahren irrte Leopold Bloom einen Tag durch Dublin.” TagesAnzeiger (15 June 2004).

EAGLETON, Terry. “James Joyce.” The English Novel: An Introduction. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. 281-307. ISBN 1-4051-1706-0.

(EIDE. Ethical Joyce. 2002.) [Rev.: Ian Crump, South Central Review 21, iii (Fall 2004): 173-75.]

ELLMANN, Maud. “The Sixth Act: Shakespeare After Joyce.” ShakespeareSurvey 56 (2003): 137-45. [U and FW as sixth acts of Hamlet.]

ELLMANN, Richard. “Joyce--Svevo: Droga do sławy sprzedawców gerundiów.” Zeszyty Literackie no. 90 (2005): 108-14. [From Polish trans. of JJ, 242-48.]

ESTEVES, Lenita R. “Finnegans Wake: Joyce nas fronteiras do sentido.” EstudosLingüisticos 27 (1998): 329-31.

EYSTEINSSON, Ástráður. “Ódysseifur á norðurslóð: Ulysses eftir James Joyce á íslensku.” Umbrot: Bókmenntir og nútími. Reykjavik: Háskólaútgáfan, 1999. 137-42. ISBN 9979-54-375-2.

FARKAS, Á. I. Will’s Son and Jake’s Peer: Anthony Burgess’s Joycean Negotiations. Philosophiae doctores, 4. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2002. 147 pp. ISBN
963-05-7935-9.

FELTHAM, Mark. Rewritten by Machine: James Joyce’s Bibliopoetics. Ph.D. diss. Univ. of Western Ontario, 2004. 225 pp. [DAI-A 65, xi (May 2005): 4207.]

FENG, Jianming. “Wonderful Poetical Features in Finnegans Wake.” Wai guo wen xue yan jiu = Foreign Literature Studies, iii (2004): 36-42. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

Filológiai közlöny 48, iii-iv (2002). [Special issue: “James Joyce és a modernség.” Contents: Marianna Gula, “Van olyan jó, mint bármelyik hülye darab a Queen’s Royal Színházban: A nemzet paródiája James Joyce Ulyssesének ‘Küklopsz’-fejezetében,” 95-115; Bonnie Kime Scott, “Részletek a Joyce és a feminizmus 8. fejezetéből,” 138-60; Jacques Derrida, “Két szó Joyce javára,” 161-78; Tekla Mecsnóber, “Miért volt az Ulysses főhőse magyar (is)? A magyar motívumok szerepe Joyce műveiben,” 179-200; Antal Bókay, “Nyelv és pszichoanalízis a Finnegans Wake-ben,” 201-21; Márta Goldmann,
“Megkésett fogadtatáa: Joyce Magyarországon az 1980-as évektől,” 222-44; Kappanyos András, “Megint egy ‘work in progress’--A magyar Joycekiadás és a magyar anglisztika,” 245-50; István Hetesi, “Archetípus és intertextualitás Turgenyev Első szerelem című elbeszélésében,” 251-66; Mária Kurdi, “‘Joyce döntő hatással volt rám. Meghatározó jelentőségű a munkám szempontjából.’ Frank McGuiness ír drámaíróval,” 267-84; Ákos
Farkas, (rev. of Attridge, Joyce Effects, 2000), 285-88; István Adorján, (rev. of Kurdi and Bókay, Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies, 2002), 288-92.]

(FRASER. Rite of Passage in the Narratives of Dante and Joyce. 2002.) [Revs.: Keri Elizabeth Ames, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 47, iii (2004): 360-63; Massimo Verdicchio, Quaderni d’Italianistica 25, ii (2004): 135-36.]

FRATTAROLA, Angela. The Rhetoric of Sampling: A Study of Narrative Technique in the Twentieth-Century Novel. Ph.D. diss. New York Univ., 2004. 271 pp. [DAI-A 65, iii (September 2004): 942. JJ, Woolf, Beckett.]

FRAWLEY, Oona. “Joyce and Beckett: Refuting Stereotypes.” Irish Pastoral:Nostalgia and Twentieth-Century Irish Literature. Dublin and Portland: Irish Academic Press, 2005. 104-35. ISBN 0-7165-3321-9.

FU, Shiyi. “A Comparative Study of James Joyce’s Dubliners and Lu Xun’s Call to Arms and Wandering.” Wai yu yu wai yu jiao xue = Foreign Languages and Their Teaching no. 177, ii (2003): 32-35. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

GAGEBY, Douglas. “Interlude with James Joyce.” The Last Secretary General: Sean Lester and the League of Nations. Dublin: Town House and Country House, 1999. 222-30. ISBN 1-86059-108-6.

GANA, Nouri. Narrative Mourning: Joyce, Freud, Kincaid, Derrida. Ph.D. diss. Univ. de Montréal, 2004. 248 pp. [DAI-A 66, ii (August 2005): 588.]

GARMAN, Susan M. Parallel Images: A Study of Joyce’s Ulysses. M.A. thesis. California State Univ., Dominguez Hills, 2004. 43 pp. [MAI 43, iii (June 2005): 688.]

(GIBSON. Joyce’s Revenge. 2002.) [Rev.: Richard Brown, Modernism/Modernity 11, iv (November 2004): 837-39.]

GIFFORD, Don. “James Joyce and Myth.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 8, i (Spring 2002): 123-29.

GILBERT, Geoff. “Words, Flies, Jews, Joyce, Joint: Wyndham Lewis and the Unpublishing of Obscenity.” Critical Quarterly 46, iv (December 2004): 1-21.

(GILLESPIE. Aesthetics of Chaos. 2003.) [Rev.: H. I. Einsohn, Choice 41, v (January 2004): 41-2635.]

(GILLESPIE. Proust, Mann, Joyce in the Modernist Context. 2003.) [Rev.: Suzette Henke, “Re/Joycean Mistakes, Misprisions, and Modernist Contexts,” English Studies in Canada 30, iii (September 2004): 175-88.]

GILLESPIE, Michael Patrick. Ulysses and the American Reader. Joyce Studies 2004, 2. Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004. 47 pp. ISBN 0-907328-39-3.

GJURGJAN, Ljiljana Ina. “‘More Mud, More Crocodiles’: The Turn in the Portrait’s Aesthetic Theory.” Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia, no. 47-48 (2002-2003): 87-95.

GÓMEZ LÓPEZ, Jesús Isaías. James Joyce en el cine: La primera traducción fílmica de Ulises. Colección Literatura y lingüística, 20. Almería: Universidad de Almería, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2002. 194 pp. ISBN 84-8240-513-6.

(GORDON. Joyce and Reality. 2004.) [Rev.: R. D. Newman, Choice 42, iii (November 2004): 42-1407.]

GORDON, John. Joyce’s Realism: Almosting It. Joyce Studies 2004, 3. Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004. 31 pp. ISBN 0-907328-40-7.

GOZZI, Francesco. “Exiles, ovvero la quadratura del triangolo.” Many-voicèd Fountains: Studi di anglistica e comparatistica in onore di Elsa Linguanti. Ed. Mario Curreli and Fausto Ciompi. Percorsi/Università di Pisa. Dipartimento di Anglistica, 10. Pisa: ETS, 2003. 348-59. ISBN 88-467-0788-5.

GULA, Marianna. “Making Hope and History Rhyme: Nationalist Historiography in the ‘Cyclops’ Episode of James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 8, i (Spring 2002): 131-50.

HALLORAN, Thomas F. “Joyce and Postcolonial Literature: Creating an Inclusive Irish Identity.” New Voices in Irish Criticism 5. Ed. Ruth Connolly and Ann Coughlan. Dublin: Four Courts, 2005. 187-97. ISBN 1-85182-855-9.

HAN, John J. “James Joyce [1882-1941].” Encyclopedia of Catholic Literature. Ed. Mary R. Reichardt. Westport and London: Greenwood Press, 2004. 359-68. ISBN 0-313-32289-9.

HARRIS, Claudia W. “Caught in the Nets: James Joyce’s Intimate Portraits.” Literature and Belief 24, i-ii (2004): 135-55.

HAY, Simon John. Society of the Specter: A Spectropoetics of Atlantic Modernism. Ph.D. diss. Duke Univ., 2004. 257 pp. [DAI-A 65, vi (December 2004): 2195. Ghosts in U, The Waste Land, Slessor’s “Five Bells,” Tutuola’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts.]

HERNÁNDEZ HERNÁNDEZ, Manuel Augusto. “A Methodological Proposal for an Exagmination of James Joyce’s Vocabulary in Finnegans Wake.” Traditions and Innovations: Commemorating Forty Years of English Studies at ULL (1963-2003). Ed. Manuel Brito and Juan Ignacio Oliva. La Laguna: RCEI, 2004. 111-20. ISBN 84-921454-2-0.

(HICKEY. Faithful Departed. 2004.) [Rev.: Kevin Kiely, “Centennial Cash-in,” Books Ireland no. 269 (September 2004): 190-92.]

HOFFMEISTER, Adolf. “The Game of Evenings.” Granta no. 89 (Spring 2005): 239-54. [Interview with JJ by the Czech translator, first pub. in Rozpravy aventina in 1930-31, newly trans. into English by Michelle Woods. Includes two drawings of JJ by Hoffmeister.]

HOLDRIDGE, Jefferson. “‘Of the Dark Past’: The Brittle Magic Nation of Joyce’s Poetics.” Irish University Review 34, ii (Autumn/Winter 2004): 229-46.

HOUDEBINE, Jean-Louis. “Acheminements d’une parole (Sur un souvenir de jeunesse de James Joyce).” L’Infini no. 91 (Summer 2005): 112-25.

HU, Yuan. “On the Spiritual Feature of Leopold Bloom in Ulysses.” Nanjing hang kong hang t`en da xue xue bao = Journal of Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics 5, i (March 2003): 57-60. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

HUTTON, Claire. “Chapters of Moral History: Failing to Publish Dubliners.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 97, iv (December 2003): 495-519.

JAFFE, Aaron. “Within or Behind or Beyond or Above.” Modernism and the Culture of Celebrity. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005. 33-39. ISBN 0-521-84301-4.

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 69 (October 2004). [Contents: Robert Nicholson, “Dublin Choreographical,” (rev. of Gunn and Hart, James Joyce’s Dublin, 2004), 1; Robert Weininger, (rev. of Rathjen, James Joyce, 2004), 2; Robert Weininger, (rev. of Rademacher, James Joyce, 2004), 2; Patricia Novillo, (rev. of Conde Parilla, Los Pasajes obscenos de Molly Bloom en Espagñol, 1994), 2; Colin MacCabe, (rev. of Milesi, James Joyce and the Difference of Language, 2003), 2; Diana Stefanova, “Joyce à la carte,” 3; with impressions
of Bloomsday 100, and news of related events.]

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 70 (February 2005). [Contents: Vicki Mahaffey, “The Unusual Suspects,” (revs. of Norris, Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s Dubliners, 2003, and Power and Schneider, New Perspectives on Dubliners, 1997), 1; Len Platt, (rev. of Norburn, James Joyce Chronology, 2004), 2; Patricia Novillo, (rev. of Santa Cecilia, La recepción de James Joyce en la prensa española, 1997), 2; Pamela Brown, (rev. of MacCabe, James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word, 2003), 2; Aida Yared, “No Sawdust There,” 3; Diana
Stefanova, “Names and Naming (Annual International Workshop, Zürich James Joyce Foundation, 1-7 August 2004),” 3; John Paul Riquelme, (rev. of Wollaeger, James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 2003), 3; Eunkyung Chun and Eishiro Ito, “Seoul Joyce Conference,” 4; and notes on forthcoming conferences, the death of composer John Buller, and other related matters.]

James Joyce Journal 10, ii (Winter 2004). [2004 International Issue. Contents: Margot Norris, “Undone by Ulysses: A Virgin Reading of the Novel,” 13-28; Morris Beja, “The Seim Anew: Time, Memory, and Identity in Joyce and Modernist Literature,” 29-49; Emer Nolan, “Joyce, the Celtic Revival and Irish Modernism,” 51-71; Shigeo Shimizu, “James Joyce: Irish Language and Irish Literature,” 73-88; Kiljoong Kim, “A World within a World: A Peep into Mrs. Hills Buried Life,” 89-103; Taeun Min, “‘An Encounter’: Blooms Day and Goobo’s Day,” 105-16; Eishiro Ito, “Two Japanese Translations of Finnegans Wake Compared: Yanase (1991-1993) and Miyata (2004),” 117-52; Chong-keon Kim, “On Korean Translation of Finnegans Wake,” 153-72; Eunkyung Chun, “On the Untranslatability of Finnegans Wake: With an Example of a Korean Translation by Kim Chong-keon,” 173-90; Dauk-Suhn Hong, “The Narrative Silence of Dubliners,” 191-209; Kiheon Nam, “‘nat language’: Joyce, Language, and Irish Nationalism,” 211-29; Ihnkey Lee, “On the Korean Research Trend of Joyce,” 231-54; Yuchen Lin, “Fashion and Modernization is Ulysses,” 255-56; Kyoko Miyata,
“Translating Finnegans Wake,” 257-60; David Lee, “Reading Finnegans Wake,” 261-63; Ellen Carol Jones, “2004 International Conference on James Joyce and the Humanities: An Apogean Humanity of Beings Created in Varying Forms,” 265-78.]

James Joyce Literary Supplement 18, ii (Fall 2004). [Contents: Reed Dasenbrock, “Bloomsday 100: Kenner Panel Introduction,” 2; Morris Beja, “The Hugh Kenner Principles(s),” 2-3; Michael Groden, “Hugh Kenner: A Tribute,” 3; John Paul Riquelme, “Hugh Kenner as Counter-Fitter: A Salute from the Stuttering Hand,” 3-4; Anthony Downey, “Bloomsday 100,” 4-5; Jed Deppman and Sam Slote, “An Exhibit Worthy of its Subject,” 7; Di Jin, “A Tribute to Joyceans: Quiet & Fiery,” 8-9; Gian Balsamo, “Terror in the Family: Legal Fratricide and the Colonial Subject” (rev. of Lin, Justice, History, and Language in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, 2002), 10-11; Roy Gottfried, “Annual’s Regrettable Superannuations” (rev. of Joyce Studies Annual, 2003), 11-12; Anthony Roche, “The ‘American’ Yeats” (rev. of Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies, 16 [1998]), 12; Judith Harrington, “What Did Joyce Read at the Beach?” 13-14; Jim LeBlanc, “Victims of
the Logic of Exclusion” (rev. of Murphy, James Joyce and Victims, 2003), 15-16; Marilyn Gaddis Rose, “‘Yeats, tel qu’en Lui-même’ or ‘Becoming Yeats.’“ (rev. of R. F. Foster, W. B. Yeats: A Life, vol. 2 [Oxford: Oxford UP, 2003]), 16; Stephen Whittaker, “A Reader above Suspicion” (rev. of Norris, Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s Dubliners, 2003), 17-18; Cheryl Hindrichs, “Wish You Were Here” (rev. of Murphy, A Bloomsday Postcard, 2004), 19-20;
Sheldon Brivic, “Re(tro)volutionary Joyce” (rev. of MacCabe, Joyce and the Revolution of the Word, 2003), 20; Robert J. Seidman, “Back to Basics” (rev. of Coyle, James Joyce, 1998), 21-22; Chris Ackerley, “Beckett on Trial” (rev. of Gary Adelman, Naming Beckett’s Unnamable [Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2004]), 22; Sebastian D. G. Knowles, “Après Mot, le Déluge” (revs. of JamesJoyce: The Complete Recordings, 2004, and Music from the Works of James Joyce, 2004), 23; David Hayman, “Ambushing Lucia” (rev. of Shloss, Lucia Joyce, 2003), 24-25; Morton P. Levitt, “Mistitled but Invaluable” (rev. of Gillespie, Proust, Mann, Joyce in the Modernist Context, 2003), 26-27; Mary Lowe- Evans, “Studying Joyce Studying Culture” (rev. of Kershner, Cultural Studies of James Joyce, 2003), 28; Blake Hobby, “Inside Out, Outside In” (rev. of Bucknell, Literary Modernism and Musical Aesthetics, 2001), 29; Vivian Valvano Lynch, “Bloom, Wilted” (rev. of Bl.m, 2003), 30-31; Kieran Quinlan, “Irish Iconoclast” (rev. of Kavanagh, A Poet’s Country, 2004), 31; Sam Slote,
“Similar Yet Different” (rev. of Laman, James Joyce and German Theory, 2004), 32-33; Michael Patrick Gillespie, “Authentic Anxiety over Authemticity” (rev. of Cheng, Inauthentic, 2004), 33; Austin Briggs, “Evangelical Joyce,” 34; Clive Hart, “Joyce’s Sense of Place” (rev. of Nicholson, Ulysses Guide, 2002), 34; Eileen O’Halloran, “Gynophobia Guidelines” (rev. of Susan Cannon Harris, Gender and Modern Irish Drama [Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2002]), 35.]

James Joyce Literary Supplement 19, i (Spring 2005). [Contents: Sam Slote, “Exercices de style” (rev. of Ulysses, trans. Aubert, 2004), 2-3; Michael H. Epp, “Ulysses Rearrived” (rev. of Arnold, Scandal of Ulysses, 2004), 4; David Weir, “A Cultured Allroundbook” (rev. of Manganaro, Culture,1922, 2002), 5-6; Carol Loeb Shloss, “Trashing Lucia,” 6; Heyward Ehrlich, “Catalogue These Casebooks” (rev. of Attridge, James Joyce’s Ulysses, 2004), 7-8; Abby Bender, “Where the Twin Shall Meet” (rev. of Joseph Lennon Irish Orientalism: A Literary and Intellectual History [Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 2004]), 9; Robert Spoo, “The Weight of Intangible Property and Its Laws” (rev. of Saint-Amour, Copywrights, 2003), 10-11; S. E. Gontarski, “Directions in Modern Drama” (rev. of Puchner, Stage Fright, 2002), 12; Carol Loeb Shloss, “Needing Nora” (rev. of Meaney, Nora, 2004), 13; Margaret McPeake, “Muldoon’s Journeys: To Ireland, I” (rev. of Muldoon, To Ireland, I, 2000), 14-15; Michael Patrick Gillespie, “Catalogue These Cases” (rev. of Slote, Centennial Bloomsday at Buffalo, 2004), 15; Brian McQuinn, “Bloom as Christ, Joyce as Paul: Exegesis in Ulysses” (rev. of Sicari, Joyce’s Modernist Allegory, 2001), 16-17; Robert F. Garratt, “Bloomsday Baedeker” (rev. of Killeen, Ulysses Unbound, 2004), 17; Archie K. Loss, “Here Comes Everybody” (rev. of Lerm Hayes, Joyce in Art, 2004), 18; Judith Harrington, “The Back of Your Convictions” (rev. of Arthur Clery, The Idea of a Nation [Dublin: Univ. College of Dublin Press, 2002]), 19;
Celia Marshik, “Getting and Spending” (rev. of Tratner, Deficits and Desires, 2001), 20; Lelia Menéndez, “Cool Waxen Fruit” (rev. of Tejedor Cabrera Simons, Estévez Saá, and García León, Silverpowdered Olivetrees, 2003), 21-22; Garry Leonard, “A Constellation Devoutly to Be Wished” (rev. of McGee, Joyce beyond Marx, 2001), 22-23; Claire Culleton, “Victorianism and Its Discontents” (rev. of Schwarze, Joyce and the Victorians, 2002), 23; Phillip Herring, “Better Wine in Newer Bottles” (rev. of Gunn and Hart, James Joyce’s Dublin, 2004), 23-24.]

(JOHNSEN. Violence and Modernism. 2003.) [Revs.: Keri Elizabeth Ames, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 48, i (2005): 111-14; M. S. Vogeler, Choice 41, vii (March 2004): 41-3905.]

JONES, Ellen Carol. “Joyce and Dividing Lines.” Beyond Borders: IASIL Essays on Modern Irish Writing. Ed. Neil Sammells. Bath: Sulis Press, 2004. 53-72. ISBN 0-9545648-1-2.

JONES, Ellen Carol, and Morris Beja, eds. Twenty-First Joyce. Florida James Joyce Series. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2004. xii, 283 pp. ISBN 0-8130-2760-8. [Contents: Zack Bowen, “Foreword,” ix-x; Ellen Carol Jones and Morris Beja, “Nacheinander, Nebeneinander: The Joyce Centuries,” 1-10; Mark Osteen, “‘A Regular Swindle’: The Failure of Gifts in
Dubliners,” 13-35; Mary Lowe-Evans, “Joyce’s Sacred Heart Attack: Exposing the Church’s Imperialist Order,” 36-55; Anne Fogarty, “States of Memory: Reading History in ‘Wandering Rocks,’“ 56-81; Richard Brown, “Cyclopean Anglophobia and Transnational Community: Re-reading the Boxing Matches in Joyce’s Ulysses,” 82-96; Sebastian D. G. Knowles, “The True
Story of Jumbo the Elephant,” 97-111; John Rocco, “Time Travel on Wings of Excess: ‘Ithaca’ and a Message in a Bottle,” 112-34; Jolanta W. Wawrzycka, “Joyce en slave/Joyce Enclav: The Joyce of Maciej Słomczyński--A Tribute,” 137-56; Keri Elizabeth Ames, “The Rebirth of Heroism from Homer’s Odyssey to Joyce’s Ulysses,” 157-78; Margot Norris, “Shocking the Reader in ‘A Painful Case,’“ 181-201; Morton P. Levitt, “Joyce and the Origins of Modernism: What Is Not Said in ‘Telemachus,’“ 202-18; Thomas Jackson Rice, “Condoms, Conrad, and Joyce,” 219-38; Fritz Senn, “Plausibility and Epimorphs,” 239-58; Zack Bowen, “Theoretical Bloom,” 259-70. Rev.: P. D. O’Connor, Choice 42, ix (May 2005): 42-5133.]

JONES, Melissa R. Modernist Hagiography: Saints in the Writings of Joyce, Stein, Eliot, and H.D. Ph.D. diss. Kent State Univ., 2004. 275 pp. [DAI-A 65, v (November 2004): 1775.]
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JOYCE, Stanislaus. Meines Bruders Hüter. Trans. Arno Schmidt. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 2004. 344 pp. ISBN 3-518-22375-5. [German trans. of My Brother’s Keeper. Rev.: Fritz Senn, “16. Juni 1904: Ein ‘Weltalltag’ wird Literaturgeschichte: Neuerscheinungen zum Jubiläum des Bloomsday,” Neue Zürcher Zeitung (12 June 2004): 65.]

JOYCE, Stanislaus. My Brother’s Keeper: James Joyce’s Early Years. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 2003. xxii, 266 pp. ISBN 0-3068-1210-X. [Reissue of the 1958 ed.]

(KIMBALL. Joyce and the Early Freudians. 2003.) [Rev.: Lauren Onkey, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 47, iv (2004): 474-75.]

KLITGÅRD, Ida. “The Danish Translation of the Anthology of Styles in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Orbis Litterarum 60, i (February 2005): 54-69.

(KNOWLES. Dublin Helix. 2001.) [Rev.: Andrew Gibson, Yearbook of English Studies 34 (2004): 317-19.]

KNOWLTON, Eloise. “Showings Forth: Dubliners, Photography, and the Rejection of Realism.” Mosaic 38, i (March 2005): 133-50.

KRAUSE, David. “Joyce’s Exiles: A Comedy in ‘Three Cat and Mouse Acts.’“ The Regeneration of Ireland: Essays. Irish Research Series, 3. Bethesda: Academica Press, 2001. 263-81. ISBN 1-930901-02-X. [CC 64.]

KRAUSE, David. “Yeats and Joyce: Liberators of Irish Literature.” The Regeneration of Ireland: Essays. Irish Research Series, 3. Bethesda: Academica Press, 2001. 245-62. ISBN 1-930901-02-X. [CC 55.]

KROUSE, Tonya Marie. The Opposite of Desire: Sex and Discourse in D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf, and James Joyce. Ph.D. diss. Brandeis Univ., 2004. 314 pp. [DAI-A 64, x (April 2004): 3696.]

KUHLKEN, Pam Fox. A Poetics of Time in the 24-hour Text. Ph.D. diss. Univ. of California, Riverside, 2004. 403 pp. [DAI-A 65, iv (October 2004): 1357. U, Mrs Dalloway, and others.]

(LENNON. For Your Enjoyment. 2004.) [Rev.: Kevin Kiely, “Centennial Cashin,” Books Ireland no. 269 (September 2004): 190-92.]

LERM HAYES, Christa-Maria. Joyce in Art: Visual Art Inspired by James Joyce. Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2004. xi, 415 pp. ISBN 1-84351-052-9. [Includes Fritz Senn, “Erigenating,” 1-3, and James Elkins, “What Have We Inherited?” 325-29. Revs.: Alison Armstrong, “Joyce Made Visual,” Irish LiterarySupplement 24, ii (Spring 2005): 9-10; Justin Beplate, TLS no. 5324 (15 April 2005): 28; Kevin Kiely, “Centennial Cash-in,” Books Ireland no. 269 (September 2004): 190-92.]

LERNOUT, Geert. “Genetic Criticism and Philology.” Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies 14 (2002): 53-75.

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(LERNOUT and Van Mierlo. Reception of James Joyce in Europe. 2004.) [Rev.: Justin Beplate, “No Mistakes: Are Joyce’s Failings Merely Failures of Discovery?” TLS no. 5326 (29 April 2005): 3-4.]

LI, Wen-liang, and Li-juan Han. “Ulysses: Milestone of Modern Stories.” Tangshan shi fan xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Tangshang Teachers’ College 26, iv (2004). [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LIAO, Changyin. “The Subject Mystery of Ulysses and Molly’s Consciousness.” Wai guo wen xue yan jiu = Foreign Literature Studies, v (2003): 49-55. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LIEGNER, Evelyn J., and Ronda N. Motycka. “James Joyce’s Ulysses Revisited: Matricide and the Search for the Mother.” Modern Psychoanalysis 28, i (2003): 43-60. [Repr., CC 26.]

LINK, Viktor. “Endzeiterwartungen in der irischen und der englischen Literatur.” Against the Grain: Studies in English and American Literature and Literary Theory: Festschrift für Wolfgang Wicht = Gegen den Strich gelesen. Ed. Peter Drexler and Rainer Schnoor. Potsdamer Beiträge zur Kultur-und Sozialgeschichte, 3. Berlin: Trafo-Verlag, 2004. 247-60. ISBN 3-89626-499-0.

LINK, Viktor. “James Joyce: Ulysses.” Weltliteratur: Eine Braunschweiger Vorlesung. Ed. Renate Stauf and Cord-Friedrich Berghahn. Braunschweiger Beiträge zur deutschen Sprache und Literatur, 7. Bielefeld: Verlag für Regionalgeschichte, 2004. 337-52. ISBN 3-89534-527-X.

LIU, Gui-qin. “Joyce’s Esthetics Thoughts in Ulysses.” Nanjing nong ye da xue xue bao. She hui ke xue ban = Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University, Social Sciences Edition 4, ii (June 2004): 88-91. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LOTHE, Jakob. “Aspects of the Fragment in Joyce’s Dubliners and Kafka’s The Trial.” The Art of Brevity: Excursions in Short Fiction Theory and Analysis. Ed. Per Winther, Jakob Lothe and Hans H. Skei. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2004. 96-105. ISBN 1-57003-557-1.

LU, Ling. “Epiphany and Symbol: Problems Raised by the Ending of ‘The Dead’ in Dubliners.” Hainan shi fan xue yuan xue bao. Ren wen she hui ke xue ban = Journal of Hainan Normal University, Humanities and Social Sciences 21, iv (December 2003): 463-66. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

MAES, Lynne T. “Joyce and Beckett: Epiphany, the Subject, and the Comic.” New Voices in Irish Criticism 5. Ed. Ruth Connolly and Ann Coughlan. Dublin: Four Courts, 2005. 197-206. ISBN 1-85182-855-9.

MALOUF, Michael G. Other Emerald Isles: Caribbean Revisions of Irish CulturalNationalism. Ph.D. diss. Columbia Univ., 2004. 365 pp. [DAI-A 65, iv (October 2004): 1357. Marcus Garvey, Claude McKay, and Derek Walcott meet JJ, Shaw, and deValera.]

MANGANARO, Marc. Culture, 1922: The Emergence of a Concept. Princeton UP, 2002. [ix], 231 pp. ISBN 0-691-00136-7. [Passim, especially “Joyce and His Critics: Notes Toward the Definition of Culture,” 105-31, and “Joyce’s Wholes: Culture, Tales, and Tellings,” 132-50.]

MARVIN, John. Nietzsche and Transmodernism: Art and Science Beyond the Modern in Joyce, Stevens, Pynchon, and Kubrick. Ph.D. diss. SUNY at Buffalo, 2004. 201 pp. [DAI-A 65, x (April 2005): 3801.]

McCREA, Barry. Modernism’s Family Values: Genealogy, Kinship and Form in Modern Narrative. Ph.D. diss. Princeton Univ., 2004. 172 pp. [DAI-A 65, ii (August 2004): 504. U, Conan Doyle, Proust.]

(McGEE. Joyce beyond Marx. 2001.) [Rev.: Andrew Gibson, Yearbook of English Studies 34 (2004): 317-19.]

McKENNA, Bernard. “Rejoinder.” English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 47, iv (2004): 491-93. [Re John Gordon’s review of McKenna’s James Joyce’s Ulysses, CC 91.]

McKEVITT, Kerry Ann. “Cuestións pasadas por alto: a tradución para o galego do Ulysses de James Joyce.” Fragmentos de Ulises, 1926. Ille nova. Vigo: Editorial Galaxia, 2003. 7-51. ISBN 84-8288-646-0.

McMURRAN, B. R. James Joyce and the Rhetoric of Translation. D. Phil. diss. Oxford Univ., 2002. [Index to Theses 53 (2004): 53-2807.]

(MEANEY. Nora. 2004.) [Rev.: Kate Podlesney, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 94, no. 374 (Summer 2005): 206-07.]

(MILESI. James Joyce and the Difference of Language. 2003.) [Revs.: John McCourt, Studies in the Novel 37, i (Spring 2005): 111-15; Paul K. Saint-Amour, South Atlantic Review 70, i (Winter 2005): 189-92.]

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MULLIN, Katherine. “‘The essence of vulgarity’: The Barmaid Controversy in the ‘Sirens’ Episode of James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Textual Practice 18, iv (December 2004): 475-95.

(MULLIN. James Joyce, Sexuality and Social Purity. 2003.) [Revs.: R. Brandon Kershner, South Atlantic Review 70, i (Winter 2005): 172-75; John Nash, Review of English Studies n.s. 56, no. 225 (June 2005): 474-75; David G. Wright, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 47, iv (2004): 476-80.]

MURPHY, Michael. James Joyce. London: Greenwich Exchange, 2004. xx, 121 pp. ISBN 1-871551-73-0.

(MURPHY. A Bloomsday Postcard. 2004.) [Rev.: Kevin Kiely, “Centennial Cashin,” Books Ireland no. 269 (September 2004): 190-92.]

(MURPHY. James Joyce and Victims. 2003.) [Rev.: J. M. Utell, Choice 41, ix (May 2004): 41-5162.]

MURPHY, Terence Patrick. “James Joyce and Narrative Territory: The Distinct Functions of Lost Time in ‘An Encounter’ and ‘The Sisters.’“ Journal of Literary Semantics 33, ii (2004): 131-54.

NAKAYAMA, Tôru. “Souon no geijutsu: Ulysses, mirai-ha, Fascism.” Eibungaku kenkyu = Studies in English Literature 77, ii (2000): 131-44. [In Japanese. Synopsis in Studies in English Literature English number (2001): 143-44, “The Art of Noises: Ulysses, Futurism, and Fascism.”]

(NASH. Joyce’s Audiences. 2002.) [Rev.: Moshe Gold, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 47, iv (2004): 480-84.]

NICHOLLS, J. Drink, Modernity and Modernism: Representations of Drinking and Intoxication in James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and Jean Rhys. Ph.D. diss. Liverpool John Moores, 2002. [Index to Theses 53 (2004): 53-14703.]

(NORBURN. James Joyce Chronology. 2004.) [Rev.: W. Baker, Choice 42, iv (December 2004): 42-1929.]

(NORRIS. Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s Dubliners. 2003.) [Rev.: Brian W. Shafer, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 47, iii (2004): 357-60.]

(NORRIS. Ulysses. 2004.) [Rev.: Steven Elwell, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 94, no. 374 (Summer 2005): 201.]

O’BRIEN, George. “The Joyce Problem.” Dublin Review, no. 15 (Summer 2004): 28-37.

O’CONNELL, Patricia. “My Family Connections in Ulysses.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 94, no. 374 (Summer 2005): 189-94.

O’CONNOR, Ulick, ed. The Joyce We Knew: Memoirs of Joyce. Dingle: Brandon, 2004. 126 pp. ISBN 0-86322-324-9. [Revised and expanded from 1967 ed. (D2 852), including a contribution by Sean Lester. Rev.: Kevin Kiely, “Centennial Cash-in,” Books Ireland no. 269 (September 2004): 190-92.]

O’SULLIVAN, C. The Stance of the Translator: The Importance of Stances and Status in Translations and Self-Translations of and by James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Raymond Queneau. Ph.D. diss. Cambridge Univ., 2000. [Index to Theses 51 (2002): 51-14706.]

Ó DOCHARTAIGH, Pól. “Pokorny in Irish Literature: Bergin, Joyce and Myles na Gopaleen.” Julius Pokorny, 1887-1970: Germans, Celts and Nationalism. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004. 71-79. ISBN 1-85182-769-2.

Ó GRÁDA, Cormac. “Lost in Little Jerusalem: Leopold Bloom and Irish Jewry.” Journal of Modern Literature 27, iv (Summer 2004): 17-26.

PALM, Kurt. Der Brechreiz eines Hottentotten: ein James-Joyce-Alphabet von Aal bis Zahl. Wien: Erhard Löcker, 2003. 279 pp. ISBN 3-85409-389-6.

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PARASKEVA, A. Speech-Gesture Complexes and Directions for the Stage in Beckett and Joyce. M.Phil. thesis. Glasgow Univ., 2001. [Index to Theses 53 (2004): 53-12154.]

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PENG, Zhen-zhu. “ The Representation of Women in Joyce’s Novels.” Sichuan wai yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Sichuan International Studies University 19, iv (July 2003): 28-31. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

(PINDAR. Joyce. 2004.) [Rev.: Eric Bulson, TLS no. 5294 (17 September 2004): 30.]

PORT, Cynthia. “‘Money, for the Night Is Coming:’ Gendered Economies of Aging in the Novels of Jean Rhys and James Joyce.” Critical Studies 25 (2005): 147-58.

(POTTS. Joyce and the Two Irelands. 2001.) [Rev.: Craig Monk, Yearbook of English Studies 34 (2004): 319-20.]

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QIANG, Yue-xia. “Unescapable Paralysis: Comment on James Joyce’s Dubliners.” Tangshan shi fan xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Tangshang Teachers’ College 26, iii (2004). [In Chinese with English abstract.]

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ROBBINS, Bruce. “The Newspapers Were Right: Cosmopolitanism, Forgetting, and ‘The Dead.’” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 5, i (March 2003): 101-12.

ROBBINS, Ruth. “James Joyce and Self-Portraiture.” Subjectivity. Transitions. Houndmills, Basingstoke, and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. 99- 112. ISBN 0-333-75278-3.

ROBINSON, R. Border Space: Central and Eastern Europe in the Writings of Italo Svevo, Joseph Roth, Rebecca West and James Joyce. Ph.D. diss. East Anglia Univ., 2003. [Index to Theses 53 (2004): 53-9731.]

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SCHNEIDER, Erik. “Towards Ulysses: Some Unpublished Joyce Documents from Trieste.” Journal of Modern Literature 27, iv (Summer 2004): 1-16.

SCHORK, Joe. Joyce and the Classical Tradition. Joyce Studies 2004, 4. Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004. 47 pp. ISBN 0-907328-41-5.

SCHWARZ, Daniel R. “Joyce’s Dubliners: Moral Paralysis in Dublin”; “Joyce’s Ulysses: The Odyssey of Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus on June 16, 1904.” Reading the Modern British and Irish Novel, 1890-1930. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. 129-59; 160-87. ISBN 0-631-22621-4.

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SHAWCROSS, John T. “Revisiting Influence Studies II: ‘Why Would He Have Smiled?’ The Catechistic Answer to the Eclipse.” Rethinking Milton Studies:Time Present and Time Past. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2005. 23-32. ISBN 0-8741-3898-1. [On “Ithaca”: “The black dot is a pictorialization of the eclipse of the sun.” (27).]

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SLOTE, Sam. Ulysses in the Plural: The Variable Editions of Joyce’s Novel. Joyce Studies 2004, 5. Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004. 51 pp. ISBN 0-907328-42-3.

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SPOO, Robert. Three Myths for Aging Copyrights: Tithonus, Dorian Gray, Ulysses. Joyce Studies 2004, 6. Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004. 39 pp. ISBN 0-907328-43-1.

(SPURR. Joyce and the Scene of Modernity. 2002.) [Rev.: Gareth Downes, Irish Review, no. 31 (Spring-Summer 2004): 136-38.]

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STEWART, Bruce. “National Apostate vs National Apostle: Joyce and St. Patrick.” Irelands in the Asia-Pacific. Ed. Peter Kuch and Julie-Ann Robson. Irish Literary Studies, 52. Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire: Colin Smythe, 2003. 101-21. ISBN 0-86140-414-9.

STREIT, Wolfgang. Joyce/Foucault: Sexual Confessions. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 2004. [ix], 229 pp. ISBN 0-472-11000-4.

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SVEVO, Italo. “Faccio meglio di restare nell’ombra”: Il carteggio inedito con Ferrieri seguito dall’edizione critica della conferenza su Joyce. Ed. Giovanni Palmieri. Milan: Editori di comunicazione-Lupetti/ Piero Manni, 1995. 134 pp. ISBN 88-86302-59-2.

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TAYLOR, J. Foreign Music: Linguistic Estrangement and its Textual Effects in Joyce, Beckett, Nabokov and Rushdie. Ph.D. diss. Warwick Univ., 2003. [Index to Theses 53 (2004): 53-14706.]

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THEATRICAL PRESENTATIONS


(Bloom. Odyssey Pictures.) [Revs.: Emmanuèle Frois, “Sur les traces de Joyce,” Le Figaro (9 February 2005): Culture, 25; Stéphane Piatzszek and Olivier Seguret, “Fleur d’Ulysse,” Libération (9 February 2005): Cinema, 6; Maurice Ulrich, “Quand Bloom fait plouf,” L’Humanité (9 February 2005): Culture, 20.]



 
 
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