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49.1

49.1

Perspectives

Articles

Note

Book Reviews

 

48.4

48.4

Perspectives

Articles

Notes

Book Reviews

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 49, Number 1

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Raising the Wind
Sean Latham

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PERSPECTIVES

“It’s All True?”: A Report on “‘Outside his
jurisfiction’: Interrogating James Joyce’s Non-Fiction,”
University of York, 23-25 March 2012
Philip Keel Geheber

The Post-Copyright “Cowpoyride”: A Report
on the XXIII International James Joyce
Symposium, Dublin, 10-16 June 2012
Jaya Savige

“Putting Truth and Untruth Together”:
The 2012 Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Workshop, 6-11 August 2012
Stephanie Boland

“A beautiful pure sweet mellow English tenor”: “Joyce
and England” at the 18th Irregular Miami J’yce
Birthday Conference, 31 January-2 February 2013
Judith Paltin

A Note on the Frank Budgen Papers at
the Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Stephanie Boland

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ARTICLES

The Reverend Stephen Dedalus, S.J.:
Sacramental Structure in A Portrait
of the Artist as a Young Man
Kevin Farrell


Of Sirens Silent and Loud: The
Language Wars of Joyce and Kafka
Maria Kager

Corpse-Chewers: The Vampire in Ulysses
William Orem

A Cripped Erotic: Gender and Disability
in James Joyce’s “Nausicaa”
Dominika Bednarska

ALP’s Polyvocal Testimony in III.3:
A Collaborative Interpretation
Kimberly J. Devlin and Mingming Zhang

The Fourth Gospel in Finnegans Wake: Joyce’s
Middle Way and “the point of eschatology”
Roy Benjamin

JJ CHECKLIST (116)
William S. Brockman

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ENTERTAINMENTS

Beer Barrel Polter!
Simon Loekle

“Stem and Stone” and “The Writer in Exile”
Charlotte Pomerantz

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REVIEW ESSAY

Manliness Doubly Bound: From Parnell to Joyce
John Paul Riquelme

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NOTES

Publishing the Unpublished Correspondence
Kevin J. H. Dettmar, Willliam S. Brockman,
and Robert Spoo


Closing Time: “ten minutes to ten” and
the End of Childhood in Joyce’s “Araby”
Steven Doloff

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REVIEWS

The Nets of Modernism: Henry James, Virginia
Woolf, James Joyce, and Sigmund Freud
,
by Maud Ellmann
Douglas Mao

A Little Circle of Kindred Minds:
Joyce in Paris
, by Conor Fennell
David Pierce

European Joyce Studies 19: James Joyce
and the Nineteenth-Century French Novel
,
edited by Finn Fordham and Rita Sakr
Sherry Burgus Little

The House of “Ulysses”: A Novel,
by Julián Ríos, translated by Nick Caistor
Katarzyna Bazarnik

Riverrun to Livvy: Lots of Fun Reading the
First Page of James Joyce’s “Finnegans Wake,”

by Bill Cole Cliett
Jim LeBlanc

The Shadow of James Joyce: Chapelizod &
Environs
, by Motoko Fujita
Heather Ryan Kelley

Religious Experience and the Modernist
Novel
, by Pericles Lewis
Jeffrey Drouin

Prosaic Desires: Modernist Knowledge,
Boredom, Laughter, and Anticipation
,
by Sara Crangle
Jessica Burstein

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LETTERS

Terence Killeen

CONTRIBUTORS


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Volume 48, Number 4

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Raising the Wind
Sean Latham

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PERSPECTIVES

Changed, Eh?”: A Report on the XXIII International James Joyce Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, 10-16 June 2012
Brandon Walsh

“From the Pigeons to the Copycats of 596 Dublin”: The 2012 International James Joyce Symposium, 10-16 June 2012
Sonja Jankov

“A Rookie’s Guide to Joyce Charades”: “James Joyce’s Ulysses: Texts and Contexts,” A National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for College and University Teachers, Dublin, Ireland, 18 June-20 July 2012
Emily James

“Hybrid Joyce”: The Fifth Biennial International Korean James Joyce Conference, Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea, 10-11 November 2012
Shelly Brivic

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ARTICLES

Joyce’s Exile: The Prodigal Son
Joseph Kelly

Joyce’s Drinking
Austin Briggs

Joyce in England
Gordon Bowker

Joyce’s Progress Through London: Conquering the English Publishing Market
Eleni Loukopoulou


The Facts and Fiction Behind “the Free, the Flow, the Frothy Freshener”: The Guinness Company and the Story of Joyce’s Lost Ad
Catherine Gubernatis Dannen

JJ CHECKLIST (115)
William S. Brockman

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ENTERTAINMENTS

Biografiend!
Simon Loekle

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REVIEW ESSAY

Biography and Textual Genesis, or Does Joyce Now Have Nine Lives?
John Paul Riquelme

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NOTES

A Letter from Louis Gillet
Valérie Bénéjam

James Augustine Aloysius Joyce: A Lost Portrait (Perhaps)
Snowdon Barnett

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REVIEWS

Modernist Humanism and the Men of 1914: Joyce, Lewis, Pound, and Eliot, by Stephen Sicari
Janine Utell

Decolonizing Modernism: James Joyce and the Development of Spanish American Fiction, by José Luis Venegas
M. Teresa Caneda Cabrera

Joyce e il cinema delle origini: Circe, by Marco Camerani
Ira Torresi

Transits: The Nomadic Geographies of Anglo-American Modernism, edited by Giovanni Cianci, Caroline Patey, and Sara Sullam
Rita Sakr

Eugene Jolas: Critical Writings, 1924-1951, edited by Klaus H. Kiefer and Rainer Rumold
Adam Piette


The Neubauer-Joyce Collection, a sales exhibition of 149 Joyce books, letters, photographs, and manuscripts
held at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc., 7 West 18th Street, New York, New York, and 87 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, New York, Summer 2012
Richard J. Gerber

“Tilling a teel of a tum, telling a toll of a teary turty Taubling,” “Finnegans Wake”: An Operoar
(work in progress), by Martin Pearlman, Boston Baroque:
New Directions, 23 September, 2012, Longy School
of Music, Bard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Sandra Tropp
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LETTERS

Hugh M. Fitzpatrick

CONTRIBUTORS

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