James Joyce Criticism - File 4: Tables of Contents - 1980-1999
Colin MacCabe, ed., James Joyce: New Perspectives (Brighton: Harvester Wheatsheaf 1982), 198pp. CONTENTS: Fritz Senn, Righting Ulysses ; MacCabe, An Introduction to Finnegans Wake [29; extract]; Jean-Michel Rabaté, Silence in Dubliners ; Maud Ellmann, Polytropic Man: Paternity, Identity, and Naming in The Odyssey and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man ; Raymond Williams, Exiles ; MacCabe, The Voice of Esau: Stephen in the Library ; Stephen Heath, Joyce in Language ; Patrick Parrinder, The Strange Necessity: James Joyces Rejection in England (1914-30) ; Seamus Deane, Joyce and Nationalism ; Maria Jolas, The Joyce I Knew and the Women around Him . Index, 195ff.
Suheil Badi Bushrui & Bernard Benstock, eds., James Joyce: An International Perspective: Centenary Essays in Honour of the late Sir Desmond Cochrane (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe [16 June] 1982), 301pp. CONTENTS: A Message from Samuel Beckett [vii]; In Memoriam Sir Desmond Cochrane 1918-1979 [ix]; Foreword: Richard Ellmann, Joyce After a Hundred Years [xi]; Acknowledgements [xiii]; Suheil Badi Bushrui & Bernard Benstock, Introduction ; Geróid Ó Clérigh, James Joyce: Nó Séamas Seoighe , poem; Terence Brown, Dublin of Dubliners ; Charles Rossman, The Readers Role in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man ; Dominic Daniel, Exiles: A Moral Statement ; Bernard Benstock, On the Nature of Evidence in Ulysses ; Vivian Mercier, John Eglinton as Socrates: A Study of Scylla and Charybdis ; John Paul Riquelme, Twists of the Tellers Tale: Finnegans Wake ; Francis Warner, The Poetry of James Joyce ; John Montague, James Joyce , poem; David Norris, A Turnip for the Books: James Joyce, a Centenary Tribute ; Augustine Martin, Sin and Secrecy in Joyces Fiction ; Declan Kiberd, The Vulgarity of Heroics: Joyces Ulysses ; Suzanne Brown, Night Fox: For James Joyce ; Phillip Herring, Joyce and Rimbaud: An Introductory Essay ; Ann Saddlemyer, James Joyce and the Irish Dramatic Movement ; Suheil Bushrui, The Wanderer: For James Joyce ; Paul van Caspel, Joyce Studies in the Netherlands ; Paul & Sylvia Botheroyd, Joyce in Germany and Switzerland ; Suheil Bushrui, Joyce in the Arab World ; Thomas F. Staley, Following Ariadnes String: Tracing Joyce Scholarship into the Eighties ; Suheil Bushrui, Chronology ; Contributors ; Index [293-301].
Suzette Henke & Elaine Unkeless, eds., Women in Joyce (Brighton: Harvester 1982), 216pp. CONTENTS: Robert Boyle, The Woman Hidden in James Joyces Chamber Music; Florence L. Walzl, Dubliners; Bonnie Kime Scott, Emma Clery in Stephen Hero; Suzette Henke, Stephen Dedalus and Women; Ruth Bauerle, Berthas role in Exiles; Suzette Henke, Gerty MacDowell; Elaine Unkeless, The Conventional Molly Bloom; Shari Benstock, The Genuine Christine; Margot Norris, Anna Livia Plurabelle.
E. L. Epstein, ed., A Starchamber Quiry: A James Joyce Centennial Volume 1882-1982, with an afterword by Clive Hart (London: Methuen 1982; rep. 1983), 164pp. James Joyce and His Civilisation [ix]; Hugh Kenner, Notes towards an Anatomy of Modernism ; James Joyce and His Orders ; Fritz Senn, Weaving, unweaving ; James Joyce and the body ; E. L. Epstein, James Joyce and the body ; James Joyce and the Soul ; Robert Boyle, SJ, Worshipper of the Word: James Joyce and the Trinity ; James Joyce and his Readers ; Clive Hart: Afterword: Reading Finnegans Wake . Epigraph: These four claymen clomb together to hold their sworn starchamber quiry on him. For he was ever their quarrel, the way they would see themselves. (FW475.18-20.)
W. J. McCormack & Alaistair Stead, James Joyce and Modernism [Joyce conference, Leeds 1982] (London: Routledge 1982), 222pp. [ded. To Lucia Joyce]. Contents: William A. Johnsen, James Joyces Dubliners and the Futility of Modernism ; William Trevor, Two More Gallants ; Timothy Webb, Planetary Music: James Joyce and the Romantic Example ; Christopher Butler, Joyce and the Displaced Author ; Seamus Heaney, Leaving the Island ; W. J. McCormack, Nightmare of History: James Joyce and the Phenomenon of Anglo-Irish Literature ; Tom Paulin, Martello ; Jeremy Hawthorn, Ulysses, Modernism and Marxist Criticism ; Frederic Jameson, Ulysses in History ; Alistair Stead, Reflections on Eumaeus: Ways of Error and Glory in Ulysses ; Philip Brockbank, Joyce and Literary Tradition: Language Living, Dead, and Resurrected, from Genesis to Guinnesses ; Pieter Bekker, Reading Finnegans Wake ; Edwin Morgan, James Joyce and Hugh MacDiarmid ; Index .
Derek Attridge & Daniel Ferrer, eds., Post-structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French (Cambridge UP 1984), 162pp. CONTENTS: Attridge & Ferrer, Introduction: Highly continental evenements ; Helene Cixous, Joyce: The (r)use of writing [15; extract]; Stephen Heath, Ambiviolences: Notes for reading Joyce ; Jacques Aubert, riverun ; Jean-Michel Rabaté, Lapsus ex machine ; André Topia, The Matrix and the echo: Intertextuality in Ulysses ; Daniel Ferrer, Circe: regret and regression , Jacques Derrida, Two words for Joyce [145-59]. Contributors . Bibl. - origins of the texts: Hélène Cixous, Joyce, la ruse de lécriture, in Poétique, 4 (1970), pp.419-32; rep. in Prénoms de personne (Paris: Editions du Seuil 1974); Stephen Heath, Ambiviolences: Notes pour la lecture de Joyce, in Tel Quel, 50 (1972), pp.22-43, and Do., 51 (1972), pp.64-76; Jacques Aubert, Riverrun, in Change, 11 (1972), pp.120-30; Jean-Michel Rabaté, Lapsus ex machina, in Poétique, 26 (1976), pp.152-72; André Topia, Contrepoints joyciens, in Poétique, 27 (1976), pp.351-71; Daniel Ferrer, Circé, ou les regrès éternels , to be published in Les Cahiers de lHerne [c.1984]; Jacques Derrida, Deux mots pour Joyce [paper given at the Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982].
Richard Brown, James Joyce and Sexuality (Cambridge UP 1985; reps. 1989, 1990), vii, 224pp. CONTENTS: Introduction; 1. Love and marriage; 2. Emissio inter vas naturale; 3. Women; 4. Sexual reality; Notes; Bibliography; Index. [based on The Sexual Pretext: An Examination of Sexual Themes in Joyces Reading and the Engagement of his Writings in Contemporary Discussions of Sexuality, PhD London Univ. 1981.]
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Heyward Ehrlich, ed., Light Rays: James Joyce and Modernism (NY: New Horizon 1984), 224pp. CONTENTS: [Prologue]; Richard Ellmann, Two perspectives on Joyce; [Introduction]; Heyward Ehrlich, James Joyces Light Rays; Part 1: Popular Culture]; Leslie Fieldler, To Whom does Joyce Belong?; Ruby, Ulysses as Parody, Pop and Porn; Zack Bowen, Joyce and the Modern Coalescence; [Part 2: Experimental Literature]; Hugh Kenner, Whos he when hes at home?; Fritz Senn, Remodeling Homer; Ihab Hassan, Finnegans Wake and Postmodern Imagination; [Part 3: The New Sexuality]; Morris Beja, The Joyce of Sex: Sexual Relations in Ulysses; Robert Boyle, Joyces Consubstantiality: Woman as Creator; [Part 4: Contemporary philosophy]; Morton P. Levitt, The Modernist Age: The Age of James Joyce; Margot Norris, From The Decentered Universe of Finnegans Wake; [Part 5: Neoteric Psychology]; Norman O. Brown, Closing Time: An Interlude of Farce; [Part 6; Avant Garde Music]; John Cage, Writing for the Second Time through Finnegans Wake; John Cage, From The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs; Pierre Boulez, From Third sonata and Structures II; [Part 7: Abstract Art]; Shari Benstock, The Double Image of Modernism: Matisses Etchings for Ulysses; Evan Firestone, James Joyce and the First Generation New York School; Ad Reinhardt, A Portend of the Artist as a Jhung Mandala.
Zack Bowen & James F. Carens, eds., A Companion to Joyce Studies (Westport, Conn: Greenwood 1984), 818pp. CONTENTS: Abbreviations [ix]; Introduction [xi]; Edmund L. Epstein, James Augustine Aloysius Joyce ; Mary T. Reynolds, Joyce as a Letter Writer ; Michael Groden, A Textual and Publishing History ; Chester G. Anderson, Joyces Verses ; Florence L. Walzl, Dubliners ; Thomas E. Connolly, Stephen Hero ; Bernard Benstock, Exiles ; Vicki Mahaffey, Giacomo Joyce ; Zack Bowen, Ulysses ; Patrick A. McCarthy, The Structures and Meanings of Finnegans Wake ; Michael H. Bengal, The Language of Finnegans Wake ; Barbara DiBernard, Technique in Finnegans Wake ; Robert Scholes & Marlena G. Corcoran, The Aesthetic Theory and the Critical Writings ; Morris Beja, Epiphany and the Epiphanies ; Sidney Feshbach & William Herman, The History of Joyce Criticism and Scholarship ; Appendix 1; Edmund L. Epstein, Joyces Names ; Appendix 2: Michael Groden, Library Collections of Joyce Manuscripts ; Contributors ; Index [791-818].
Bernard Benstock, ed., Critical Essays on James Joyce (Boston: G. K. Hall 1985), 236pp. CONTENTS: Ezra Pound, Dubliners and Mr. James Joyce; H. G. Wells, James Joyce; T. S. Eliot, Ulysses, Order, and Myth ; Edmund Wilson, The Dream of H.C. Earwicker; Samuel Beckett, Dante...Bruno, Vico...Joyce; Stuart Gilbert, The Rhythm of Ulysses; Frank Budgen, Joyces Chapters of Going Forth by Day; Richard M. Kain, Talking about Injustice: James Joyce in the Modern World; Richard Ellmann, The Backgrounds of The Dead; Hugh Kenner, The Cubist Portrait; Clive Hart, The Elephant in the Belly: Exegesis of Finnegans Wake; Fritz Senn, Book of Many Turns; Robert Boyle, S.J., Miracle in Black Ink: A Glance of Joyces Use of his Eucharistic Image; Bernard Benstock, The Dead: A Cold Coming; David Hayman, Nodality and the Infra-structure of Finnegans Wake; Thomas F. Staley, A Beginning: Signification, Story, and Discourse in Joyces The Sisters; Wolfgang Iser, Doing Things in Style: An Interpretation of The Oxen of the Sun in James Joyces Ulysses; Margot C. Norris, The Consequences of Deconstruction: A Technical Perspective of Joyces Finnegans Wake; Shari Benstock, Nightletters: Womans Writing in the Wake.
Harold Bloom, ed., James Joyce: Modern Critical Views (NY: Chelsea House 1986), x, 293pp. CONTENTS: Samuel Beckett Dante ... Bruno, Vico .. Joyce ; S. L. Goldberg, Homer and the nightmare of history; Richard Ellmann, Bloom unbound; Anthony Burgess, The Dublin sound; Harry Levin, Ulysses in manuscript; Richard Ellmann, The consciousness of Joyce; Hugh Kenner, Joyces voices; Jennifer Schiffer Levine, Originality and repetition in Finnegans wake and Ulysses; Deborah Pope, The misprision of vision: A portrait of the Artist as a Young Man-; Mary T. Reyonlds, Paternal figures and paternity themes; Karen Lawrence, Eumaeus: the way of all language ; Roland McHugh, The Finnegans Wake experience: samples Frederic Jameson, Ulysses in history; Raymond Williams, -- Exiles; Gabriele Schwab, Mollyloquy; Francis Warner, The poetry of James Joyce; William Empson, -- Ulysses: Joyces intentions; Daniel Ferrer, Circe, regret and regression; Patrick Parrinder, Dubliners.
Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon, and David Norris, eds., James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium [Papers presented at Eighth International James Joyce Symposium (Illinois UP 1986), xv, 23pp. [contribs. William Chace, Seamus Deane, Karen Lawrence, Suzette Henke, Richard Pearce, Derek Attridge, David Seed, Maud Ellmann, Daniel Ferrer, André Topia, Jean-Michel Rabaté, Robert Young, Bernard Benstock, Carol Shloss, Beryl Schlossman, Margot Norris, Sheldon Brivic, Elliot B. Gose Jr., J. B. Lyons, Ann McCullough O.P., Hugh Kenner, A. Walton Litz.] partly available at Google Books - online].
Robert D. Newman & Weldon Thornton, eds., Joyces Ulysses: The Larger Perspective (Delaware UP; London: Assoc. UP 1987), 310pp. [contribs. Cheryl Herr, Art, Life, Nature and Culture, Ulysses ; G. . J. Watson, The Politics of Ulysses ; Patrick A. McCarthy, Ulysses and the Printed Page ; Richard M. Kain Fifty Years of Joyce: 1934-1984 ; Karen Lawrence, Paternity, the Legal Fiction ; John Henry Raleigh, Ulysses: Trinitarian and Catholic ; Michael Patrick Gillespie, Redrawing the Artist as a Young Man ; James Maddox, Mockery in Ulysses ; Zack Bowen, Ulysses as a Comic Novel ; Robert D. Newman, Transformatio Coniunctionis: Alchemy in Ulysses ; Sheldon Brivic, The Other Ulysses ; Elliot Gose, The Coincidence of Contraries as Theme and Technique in Ulysses ; Michael H. Begnal, Art and History: Stephens Mirror and Parnells Silk Hat ; Weldon Thornton, Voices and Values in Ulysses ; Stanley Sultan, The Adventures of Ulysses in Our World .
George C. Sandelescu, ed., Assessing the 1984 Ulysses (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1986), 300pp. CONTENTS: Bernard Benstock, Ulysses: How Many Texts are There In It?; Rosa Maria Bollettieri Bosinelli, Joyce the Scribe and the Right Hand Reader; Giovanni Cianci, Typography Underrated: A Note on Aeolus; Carla de Petris, On Mondadoris Telemachia; Richard Ellmann, Crux in the new edition of Ulysses; Wilhelm Fuger, Unanswered Questions about a Questionable Answer; Michael Patrick Gillespie, Why Does one Re-read Ulysses?; Clive Hart, Art Thou Real, My Ideal?; David Hayman, Balancing the Book, or Pro and Contra the Gabler Ulysses; Suzette Henke, Reconstructing Ulysses in a Deconstructive Mode; Richard M. Kain, Dublin 1904; Carla Marengo Vaglio, Italics in Ulysses; Ira B. Nadel, Textual Criticism, Literary Theory and the New Ulysses; Patrick Parrinder, From Telemachus to Penelope: Episodes Anonymous?; Charles Peake, Some Critical Comments on the Telemachia in the 1984 Ulysses; C. George Sandulescu, Curios of Signs I am Here to Rede!; Fitz Senn, Ulysses between Corruption and Correction; Francisco Garcia Tortosa, Ulysses in Spanish; Donald Phillip Verene, The 1922 and 1984 Editions: Some Philosophical Considerations.
Jacques Aubert, [ed.,] Joyce avec Lacan: Jacques Lacan ... (et al.); sous la direction de Jacques Aubert; préface de Jacques-Alain Miller [Bibliothèque des Analytica] (Paris: Navarin / Diffusion Seuil c1987), 211pp., ill. [I: Lacan, Joyce le symptôme, I; Joyce le symptôme, II; Le sinthome [Séminaire de 18 nov. 1975]; le sinthome [Séminaire du 20 jan. 1976]; Aubert, Galeries pour un portrait. II: Catherine Millot, Epiphanies; Jean-Michel Rabate Notes sur les ex-ils; Annie Tardit, Lappensée, le renard, et lhérésie; Jean-Guy Godin, Du symptôme a son épure: le sinthome; contribs. by Lacan available - online > index.]
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Donald Phillip Verene, ed., Vico and Joyce (NY: SUNY 1987), p.241pp. [Product of a week-long International Conference held at Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, June 1985.] CONTENTS: Pt. I: Cycles and History. Northrop Frye, Cycle and Apocalypse in Finnegans Wake ; Atali Fáj, Vicos Basic Law of History in Finnegans Wake ; Joseph Mali, Mythology and Counter-History: The New Critical Art of Vico ; Peter Munz, James Joyce Myth-Maker at the End of Time . Pt. II: Joyce and Vico. Bernard Benstock, Vico... Joyce. Triv.. Quad ; H. S. Harris, What is Mr Ear-Vico Supposed to be Earing? ; Peter Hughes, From Allusion to Implosion: Vico. Michelet. Joyce, Beckett ; Rosa Maria Bosinelli, I use his cycles as a trellis: Joyces Treatment of Vico in Finnegans Wake . Pt III: Language and Myth. Donald R. Kelley, In Vicos Wake ; Ernesto Grassi, Joyce and Vico: The Demythologization of the Real ; John ONeill, Vico mit Freude ReJoyced ; Naomi S. Baron & Nikhil Battachayra, Vico and Joyce: The Limits of Language ; Dominic Manganiello, Vicos Ideal History and Joyces Language ; Carla Marengo Vaglio, The Predicable and the Practical: Language and History in Vico and Joyce . Pt. IV: Epilogue. Donald Phillip Verene, Vico as Reader of Joyce ; Vico and Literary History in the Early Joyce ; The City in Vico, Dante and Joyce . Contribs. . [Available at Google Books - online.]
See also his Knowledge of Things Human and Divine: Vicos New Science and Finnegans Wake (Yale UP 2003).
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David Lloyd, Nationalism and Minor Literature: James Clarence Mangan and the Emergence of Irish Cultural Nationalism (Berkeley: Cal. UP 1987). INDEX: Joyce, James: pp.xii, 209; A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: pp.162, 209, 237-38; Stephen Dedalus, 209, 237-38; Stephen Hero: p.44.
Christine van Boheemen, ed., Joyce, Modernity and Mediation [European Studies 1]; (Amstersdam: Rodopi 1989), 228pp. CONTENTS: Ulrich Schneider, Mediatization in Aeolus and Oxen of the Sun; Jean-Michel Rabaté, The Modernity of Exiles; Fritz Senn,Anagnostic probes; Christine van Boheemen, The Language of Flow: Joyces Dispossession of the Feminine in Ulysses; Marilyn L. Brownstein, Against Mediation: The Role of the Postmodern in The Phaedrus and Finnegans Wake; Richard Brown, Perhaps she had not told him all the story: Observations on the Topic of Adultery in some Modern Literature; Mary Power, Molly Bloom and Mary Anderson: The Inside Story; Peter J. de Voogd, James Joyce, Wyndham Lewis, and the Mediatization of Word and Image; Marius Buning, History and Modernity in Joyces Ulysses.
Bernard Benstock, ed., Critical Essays on James Joyces Ulysses (Boston: G.K. Hall 1989), 331pp.; CONTENTS: Introduction: Bernard Benstock, In the Track of the Odyssean ; Part 1: Whats This Here, Guvnor? ; Carl Jung, Ulysses: A Monologue ; A. Walton Litz, The Design of Ulysses ; Anthony Cronin, The Advent of Bloom ; John Z. Bennett, Unposted Letter: Joyces Leopold Bloom ; Louis Hyman, Some Aspects of the Jewish Backgrounds of Ulysses ; Roy K. Guttfried, Joycean Syntax as Appropriate Order . Part 2: Anatomies of Nausicaa ; Stuart Gilbert, Nausicaa ; Frank Budgen, [Nausikaa] ; Stanley Sultan, The Strand (Bloom) ; Harry Blamires, Nausicaa ; Fritz Senn, Nausicaa ; Marilyn French, The World: Nausikaa ; C. H. Peake, Ulysses: Techniques and Styles: Nausicaa ; Paul van Caspel, Nausicaa . Part 3: Future Indicative ; Robert Scholes, Ulysses: The Structuralist Perspective ; Dorrit Cohn, The Autonomous Monologue ; Jeremy Hawthorn, Ulysses, Modernism, and Marxist Criticism [264; also in W. J. McCormack & Alistair Stead, eds., James Joyce and Modernism,1984]; Brook Thomas, Formal Re-creation: Re-reading and Re-joycing the Re-rightings of Ulysses ; Karen Lawrence, The Narrative Norm ; Patrick McGee, Gesture: The Letter of the Word ; Index [327-31].
Augustine Martin, ed., James Joyce: The Artist in the Labyrinth (London: Ryan Publ. 1990), 354pp. CONTENTS: Augustine Martin, The Artist and the Labyrinth ; T. P. Dolan, The Language of Dubliners ; Benedict Kiely, Joyces Legacy ; John McGahern, Dubliners ; John Banville, Survivors of Joyce ; Deirdre Bair, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man ; Colbert Kearney, Stephens Green: The Image of Ireland in Joyce ; Eamon Grennan, The Poet Joyce [121; Vincent Dowling, Directing Exiles ; Clive Hart, The Rhythm of Ulysses ; Barbara Hardy, Joyce and Homer: Seeing Double ; Maud Ellmann, The Ghosts of Ulysses ; Petr Skrabanek, Finnegans Wake: Night Joyce of a Thousand Tiers ; Maureen Murphy, Joyce and the Folk Imagination  ; A. N. Jeffares, Joyces Precursors ; Denis Donoghue, Pounds Joyce, Eliots Joyce ; Brendan Kennelly, Joyces Humanism ; Ulick OConnor, Joyce and Gogarty: Royal and Ancient, Two Hangers-on .
Derek Attridge, ed., The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce (Cambridge UP 1990), 305pp. CONTENTS: Chronology of Joyces life [xi-xiii]; Derek Attridge, Reading Joyce ; Seamus Deane, Joyce the Irishman ; Klaus Reichert, The European Background of Joyces Writing ; Jean-Michel Rabaté, Joyce the Parisian ; John Paul Riquelme, Stephen Hero, Dubliners, and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: Styles of Realism and Fantasy ; Jennifer Levine, Ulysses ; Margot Norris, Finnegans Wake ; Vicki Mahaffey, Joyces Shorter Works ; Hans Walter Gabler, Joyces Text in Progress ; Karen Lawrence, Joyce and Feminism ; Christopher Butler, Joyce, Modernism, and Post-modernism ; Further Reading ; Index [295-305].
Geert Lernout, ed., Finnegans Wake: Fifty Years [European Joyce Studies, Vol. II] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 1990), 173pp. CONTENTS: Claude Jacquet, In the buginning was the wold: James Joyce and Genetic Criticism ; Dirk Vanderbeke, Elisabeth Ruge & Reinhard Schafer, Digressions in the Book for Allemannen ; Klaus Reichert, Vicos Method and its Relation to Joyces ; Fritz Senn,, Vexations of Group Reading: transluding from the otherman ; 4. Laurent Milesi, Metaphors of the Question in Finnegans Wake ; Vincent Deane, HCE and the Fall of Pelagius ; Alan Roughley, ALPs Sein and Zeit: Questions of Finnegans Wakes Being and Language in a Philosophical Context ; Hanjo Berressem, The Letter, The Litter!: The Defilement of the Signifier in Finnegans Wake ; Danis Rose & John OHanlon, A Nice Beginning: On the Ulysses / Finnegans Wake Interface . [Partially available at Google Books - online.]
E. H. Mikhail, ed., Ecce Puer: James Joyce: Interviews and Recollections (Springer 1990), 207pp. CONTENTS: A Sister Recalls Joyce in Dublin - May Joyce Monaghan ; My School Friend James Joyce - Judge Eugene Sheehy;  An Extremely Clever Boy - George Russell  a Portrait of the Artist - Oliver St John Gogarty  Joyce Among the Journalists - Piaras Béaslaí  Two Reminiscences Antonio - Fonda Savio  My First English Teacher - Mario Nordio  Pappy Never Spoke of Jims Books - Eileen Joyce Schaurek  Visits with James Joyce - P. Beaumont Wadsworth  A Drink with Joyce - Ernest Hemingway  James Joyce in Paris - Aldous Huxley  James Joyce in Paris - Margaret Anderson  Joyce - Virgil Thomson  James Joyce in Paris - Mary Colum  Joyces Burial - Hans Gasser  Index .
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Janet E. Dunleavy, Melvin J. Friedman & Michael Patrick Gillespie, eds., Joycean Occasions: Essays from the Milwaukee James Joyce Conference (Delaware UP 1991), 246pp.; CONTENTS: Patrick A. McCarthy, Reading in Ulysses ; Daniel P. Gunn, The name of Bloom ; Suzette Henke, Joyces New Womanly Man: Sexual Signatures of Androgynous Transformation in Ulysses ; Zack Bowen, Comic Narration ; Susan Brienza, Murphy, Shem, Morpheus, and Murphies: Eumaeus Meets the Wake ; Shari Benstock, Apostrophes: Framing Finnegans Wake ; The bawl of bats in Joyces Belfry: The Flitter-mouse in the Feminine ; Bernard Benstock, James Joyce: The Olefactory Factor ; Richard Corballis, Wilde ... Joyce ... OBrien ... Stoppard: Modernism and Postmodernism in Travesties ; Fritz Senn, Joycean Provections ; Sidney Feshbach, The Veripatetic Imago ; Mary Reynolds, Davins Boots: Joyce, Yeats, and Irish History ; Notes on Contributors ; Index .
Vincent Cheng & Timothy Martin, eds, Joyce in Context [James Joyce Conference, Philadelphia 1989] (Cambridge UP 1992), xvii, 292pp. CONTENTS: List of illustrations [ix]; Notes on contributors [xi]; Acknowledgments [xv]; Abbreviations [xvi]. Editors introduction ; 1. Timothy Martin, The 1989 conference: a retrospect . PART I - THE MODERNIST CONTEXT: 2. Denis Donoghue, Is there a case against Ulysses ? ; 3. Johanna X. K. Garvey, Woolf and Joyce: Reading and Re/vision ; 4. Vincent J. Cheng, Joyce and Ford Madox Ford ; 5. Brian W. Shaffer, Joyce and Freud: Discontent and Its Civilizations . PART II - THE CONTEXT OF THE OTHER: JOYCE ON THE MARGINS: 6. Colleen R. Lamos, Cheating on the Father: Joyce and Gender Justice in Ulysses ; 7. Theresa OConnor, Demythologizing Nationalism: Joyces Dialogized Grail myth ; 8. Bonnie Kime Scott, Joyce and Michelet: Why Watch Molly Menstruate? ; 9. Suzette Henke, Re-visioning Joyces masculine signature . PART III - CONTEXTS FOR JOYCE: 10. Roy Gotffried, Scrupulous Meanness Reconsidered: Dubliners as Stylistic Parody ; 11. Garry M. Leonard, Joyce and Lacan: the Twin Narratives of History and His[S]tory in the Nestor Chapter of Ulysses ; 12. Constance V. Tagopoulos, Joyce and Homer: Return, Disguise, and Recognition in Ithaca ; 13. Dan Schiff, James Joyce and Cartoons . PART IV - RE-READING JOYCE: JOYCE IN HIS OWN CONTEXT: 14 Ian Crump, Refining himself out of existence: the evolution of Joyces aesthetic theory and the drafts of A Portrait ; 15. Fritz Senn, Entering the Lists: Sampling Early Catalogues ; 16. Bernard Benstock, Cataloguing in Finnegans Wake: Counting Counties ; 17. Di Jin, Translating Ulysses, East and West . Index .
Patrick A. McCarthy, ed., Critical Essays on James Joyces Finnegans Wake (NY: G. K. Hall; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan 1992), xi, 274pp. CONTENTS: Clive Hart, Finnegans Wake in adjusted perspective; Louis O. Mink, Reading Finnegans Wake; Fritz Senn, A reading exercise in Finnegans Wake ; Robert Boyle, Finnegans Wake, page 185: an explication; Derek Attridge, [The peculiar language of Finnegans Wake]; Michael Patrick Gillespie, Raiding fur Buginners: FW 611.04-613.04; Patrick A. McCarthy, The last epistle of Finnegans Wake; Bernard Benstock, L. Boom as dreamer in Finnegans Wake; Michael H. Begnal, Finnegans Wake and the nature of narrative; David Hayman, Nodality and the infra-structure of Finnegans Wake; John Bishop, The identity of the dreamer; Adaline Glasheen, Finnegans Wake and the girls from Boston, “Mass”; Morris Beja, Dividual chaoses: case histories of multiple personality and Finnegans Wake; Shari Benstock, Sexuality and survival in Finnegans Wake; Kimberly J. Devlin, See ourselves as others see us: Joyces look at the eye of the other; Margot Norris, The last chapter of Finnegans Wake: Stephen finds his mother; John B. Vickery, Finnegans Wake and the rituals of mortality; David Pierce, The politics of Finnegans Wake; Vincent J. Cheng, The general and the sepoy: imperialism and power in the Museyroom.
Richard Brown, James Joyce: A Post-Culturalist Perspective [Macmillan Modern Novelists] (London: Macmillan 1992), and Do. [in USA], James Joyce (NY: St Martins Press 1992), xx, 131pp. CONTENTS: Part 1 Dubliners: City of Failure; The Silence of The Sisters; Beyond the Pleasure Principle; Counterparts; the Dark Gaunt House; Lover Letters. Part 2: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: A Portrait of the Reader as Critic; Once upon a Time; Vice Versa; To Say It In Words; Heavenly God; Literary Theory. Part 3: Ulysses: Beginnings; Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction; The Palimpsest of Identity; Diverging Perspectives; The God of Signposts; The Man Killer. Part 4: Finnegans Wake: The book of the Night; The Composition of Everybody; The Years of the Underground; Post-differential Epistemology; Anamorphic Hypotheses. Appendices: Chronology; Ulysses Episode by Episode; Shakespeare and Company - The Palimpsest of Identity; Wandering Rocks.
David Lloyd, Anomalous States: Irish Writing and the Post-colonial Moment (Dublin: Lilliput Press 1993). INDEX: Joyce, James: pp. 2, 8, 11n, 57n, 12-21n; Irish Literary Revival: pp.100-09; MacCabe on Ulysses: pp. 107, 109, 120n.
Mary T. Reynolds, ed., James Joyce: A Collection of Critical Essays (NJ: Prentice Hall 1993), 238pp. CONTENTS: Richard Ellmann, James Joyce: In and Out of Art; Denis Donoghue, The Fiction of James Joyce; David Hayman, Language of/as Gesture in Joyce; Fritz Senn, Joyces Misconducting Universe; Seamus Heaney, Station Island; Bonnie Kime Scott, Gender, Discourse, and Culture: Exiles; Phillip F. Herring, Dubliners: The Trials of Adolescence; Cheryl Herr, The Sermon as Mass Product: Grace and A Portrait; Hugh Kenner, O, an impossible person!; A. Walton Litz, The Genre of Ulysses [cp.117]; Karen Lawrence, Ulysses: The Narrative Norm; James H. Maddox, Mockery in Ulysses; Frederic R. Jameson, Ulysses in History; Maud Ellmann, To Sing or to Sign; Margot Norris, Finnegans Wake: The Critical Method; Bernard Benstock, Comic Seriousness and Poetic Prose; Jean-Michel Rabaté, Vicos Night of Darkness: The New Science and Finnegans Wake; Jacques Derrida, Two Words for Joyce.
Frederick K. Lang, Ulysses and the Irish God (Bucknell UP 1993), , 317pp. CONTENTS: Preface ; Introduction ; Rite and Dogma ; Fathers and Sons ; The Irish Christ ; The Bread of Experience ; The Living and the Dead ; The Hand of God ; Christ in Nighttown ; Nocturnal Emissions ; An Irish Breakfast ; The Good Friday ; Notes ; Works Cited 297]; Index .
Susan Stanford Friedman, ed., Joyce: The Return of the Repressed (Cornell UP 1993), 330pp. CONTENTS: Susan Stanford Friedman, (Self)censorship and the making of Joyces modernism; Alberto Moreiras, Pharmaconomy; Robert Spoo, Uncanny returns in The Dead; Jay Clayton, A Portrait of the Romantic Poet as a Young Modernist; Richard Pearce, Simons Irish Rose; Laura Doyle, Races and Chains; Joseph A. Boone, Staging Sexuality; Marilyn L. Brownstein, The Preservation of Tenderness; Ellen Carol Jones, Textual mater; Christine Froula, Mothers of Invention/Doaters of Inversion.
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Richard Pearce, ed., Molly Blooms: A Polylogue on Penelope and Cultural Studies (Wisconsin UP 1994), 291pp. CONTENTS: Contributors [vii]; Richard Pearce, Introduction: Molly Blooms - A Polylogue on Penelope . Part 1 - Molly and the Male Gaze: 1. Kathleen McCormick, Reproducing Molly Bloom: A Revisionist History of the Reception of Penelope, 1922-1970 [17; see extract]; 2. Pearce, How Does Molly Bloom Look Through the Male Gaze? . Part 2 - Molly in Performance: 3. Cheryl Herr, Penelope as Period Piece ; 4. Kimberly J. Devlin, Pretending in Penelope: Masquerade, Mimicry, and Molly Bloom . Part 3 - Negotiating Colonialism: 5. Carol Shloss, Mollys Resistance to the Union: Marriage and Colonialism in Dublin, 1904 [105 see extract]; 6. Susan Bazargan, Mapping Gibraltar: Colonialism, Time, and Narrative in Penelope [119; see extract]; 7. Brian W. Shaffer, Negotiating Self and Culture: Narcissism, Competing Discourses, and Ideological Becoming in Penelope [139; see extract]. Part 4 - Molly as Consumer: 8. Joseph Heininger, Molly Blooms Ad Language and Goods Behavior: Advertising as Social Communication in Ulysses [155; see extract]; 9. Jennifer Wicke, Whos She When Shes at Home?: Molly Bloom and the Work of Consumption ; 10. Garry Leonard, Molly Blooms Lifestyle: The Performative as Normative [196; see extract]. Part 5 - Molly as Body and Embodied: 11. Margaret Mills Harper, Taken in Drapery: Dressing the Narrative in the Odyssey and Penelope  ; 12. Ewa Ziarek, The Female Body, Technology, and Memory in Penelope . Index 287.
Andrew Gibson, ed., Reading Joyces Circe (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1994), 280pp. CONTENTS: Bibl. Note ; Andrew Gibson, Introduction ; L. H. Platt, Ulysses ; [q. auth.] and the Irish Literary Theatre ; Fritz Senn, Circe as Harking Back in Provective Arrangement ; Steven Connor, Jigajiga...Yummyyum...Pfuiiiiiii!...Bbbbbllllblblblblobschb!: Circes Ventriloquy ; R. G. Hampson, Tofts Cumbersome Whiligig: Hallucinations, Thatricality and Mnemotechnic in V.A.19 and the First Edition Text of Circe ; Andrew Gibson, Strangers in my House, Bad Manners to Them!: England in Circe ; Richard Brown, Everything in Circe ; Katie Wales, Bloom Passes Through Several Walls: The Stage Directions in Circe ; L. H. Platt, Appendix: The Deliverer and Ulysses 15 [277-80]. Publishers notice: claims the book is the outcome of 5 years work on the part of the London University Joyce Group.
John Harty, III, ed., James Joyces Finnegans Wake: A Casebook (NY: Garland Press 1991), rep. edn. (London: Routledge, 2015), 234pp. CONTENTS: Acknowls. [xi]; Editors Note [xv]; Harty, Introduction [xviii]; Bernard Benstock, A Working Outline of Finnegans Wake . Pt. 1: Assessments. David Hayman, Dreaming up the Wake ; Colin MacCabe, An Introduction to Finnegans Wake  Hugh Kenner, Shem the Textman  Sheldon Brivic, The Femasculine Obsubject: A Lacanian Reading of FW606-607 ; Bernard Benstock: Quinet in the Wake: The Proof or the Pudding ; Vincent Cheng, Finnegans Wake: All the Worlds a Stage  John Gordon, The Convertshems of the Tchoose: Judaism and Jewishness in Finnegans Wake ; Albert Montesi, Joyces Blue Guitar: Wallace Stevens and Finnegans Wake . Part II: Joyces Textual Self-Referentiality: Alan Loxterman, Every Man His Own God: From Ulysses to Finnegans Wake ; David Robinson, Joyces Nonce-Symbolic Calculus: A Finnegans Wake Trajectory ; Kimberly J. Devlin, The Female Word . Part III: Performance: David Borodin, Group drinkards maaks grope thinkards or how reads rotary (FW312.31) ; David Hayman, Notes for Staging Finnegans Wake ; Kit Basquin, Mary Ellen Butes Film Adaptation of Finnegans Wake ; Margaret Rodgers, Thoughts on Making Music from the Hundred-Letter Words in Finnegans Wake [189}. Index . (Available in part at Google Books - online; accessed 02.12.2107 - see partial copy - infra.)
David Hayman & Sam Slote, eds., Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1995), 279pp. CONTENTS: David Hayman, Genetic Criticism and Joyce: An Introduction; Geert Lernout, Finnegans Wake Notebooks and Radical Philology; Daniel Ferrer, Reflections on a Discarded Set of Proofs; Jean-Michel Rabaté, Back to Beria! Genetic Joyce and Ecos Ideal Readers; Christopher Bjork, Sinted sageness: Some Sources for Kevin in Finnegans Wake; Sam Slote, Wilde Thing: Concerning the Eccentricities of a Figure of Decadence in Finnegans Wake; David J. Califf, Clones and Mutations: A Genetic Look at Dave the dancekerl; Beryl Schlossman, Tristan and Isolde or the Triangles of Desire: Jealousy, Eroticism and Poetics; Jed Deppman, Hallowd Chronickles and Exploytes of King Rodericke OConor from Joyces Earliest Draftes to the End of Causal Historie; Bill Cadbury, Development of the eye, ear, nose and throat witness Testimony in I.4; David Hayman, To Make a List: Two Preparatory Puzzles on the Threshold of Book III.
John Bishop, Joyces Book of the Dark: Finnegans Wake (Wisconsin UP 1986, 1995), 448pp. CONTENTS: Maps and Figures [ix]; Abbrevs. [xi]; Etymologies [xiii]; Acknowledgements [xv]; An Introduction: On Obscurity ; 1. Reading the Evening World; 2. Nothing in Particular: On English Obliterature; 3. Finnegan; 4. Inside the Coffin: Finnegans Wake and the Egyptian Book of the Dead ; 5. The Identity of the Dreamer ; 6. Nocturnal Geography: 7. How to Take Polar Bearings ; Vicos Night of Darkness; 8. Anna Livia Plurabelle; [see extract].
Mark A. Wollaeger, Victor Luftig & Robert E. Spoo, eds., Joyce and the Subject of History (Michigan UP 1996), vi, 248pp. CONTENTS: Garry Leonard, The History of Now: Commodity Culture and Everyday Life in Joyce; R. Brandon Kershner, History as Nightmare: Joyces Portrait to Christy Brown; Fritz Senn, History as Text in Reverse; Joseph Valente, James Joyce and the Cosmopolitan Sublime; Wollaeger, Reading Ulysses: Agency, Ideology, and the Novel; Robert Spoo, Nestor and the Nightmare: The Presence of the Great War in Ulysses; Daniel Moshenberg, What Shouts in the Street: 1904, 1922, 1990-93; Victor Luftig, Literary tourism and Dublins Joyce; Vicki Mahaffey, Fantastic histories: Nomadology and Female Piracy in Finnegans Wake; Margot Norris, The Critical History of Finnegans Wake and the Finnegans Wake of historical criticism; Cheryl Herr, Ireland from the Outside; Robert Spoo, Bibliography of Criticism on Joyce and History.
R. B. Kershner, ed., Joyce and Popular Culture [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP 1996), 223pp., ill. CONTENTS: Part 1 - Derek Attridge, Theoretical Approaches: Theoretical Approaches to Popular Culture; David Glover, A Tale of Unwashed Joyceans - James Joyce, Popular Culture and Popular Theory; Michael Walsh, A(dorna) to Z(izek) - From the Culture Industry to the Joyce Industry, and Beyond. Part 2 - Chester G. Anderson, Popular Sources and Paradigms: Should Boys Have Sweethearts?; Michael H. Begnal, Molly Bloom and Lady Hester Stanhope; Stephen Watt, Nothing for a Woman in That - James Lowebirch and Masochistic Fantasy in Ulysses; David Hayman, Dr. J. Collins Looks at J.J. - The Invention of a Shaun. Part 3 - Zack Bowen, The Context of Culture: Wilde About Joyce; Thomas Jackson Rice, The (Tom) Swiftean Comedy of Scylla and Charybdis; Garry M. Leonard, Advertising and Religion in James Joyces Fiction - The New (Improved) Testament; Donald Theall, Joyces Techno-Poetics of Artifice - Machines, Media, Memory and Modes of Communication in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake. Part 4 - Helene Meyers, Joyce in Popular Culture: Appropriating the Master Appropriator - The James Joyce Murder as Feminist Critique; Adrian Peever; James Joyce as Woman - Fionnula Flanagan, Joyce and Film, Richard Brown, Marilyn Monroe Reading Ulysses - Goddess or Postcultural Cyborg?, Vincent J. Cheng, The Joycean Unconscious, or Getting Respect in the Real World.
Andrew Gibson, ed., Joyces Ithaca [European Readings] (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1996), 281pp. CONTENTS: Bibliographical Note ; Andrew Gibson, Introducton ; Aesthetics - Fritz Senn, Ithaca: A Portrait of the Chapter as a Long List ; Antonia Fritz, Oviditties in Ithaca . Politics - L. H. Platt, If Brian Boru Could But Come Back and See Old Dublin Now: Materialism, the National Culture and Ulysses 17 ; Andrew Gibson, An Aberration of the Light of Reason: Science and Cultural Politicsl in Ithaca . Economics - Richard Brown, Returning to the Economic in Ithaca ; from the House of Bondage to the Wilderness of Inhabitation: The Domestic Economies of Ithaca . Propaedeutics - Robert Hampson, Allowing for Possible Error: Education and Cathecism in Ithaca  (Available in part at Google Books - online.)
Jolanta W. Wawrzycka & Marlena G. Corcoran, eds., Gender in Joyce [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (1997), CONTENTS. Foreword [vii]; Preface [ix]; Margot Norris, Introduction: Joyces Mamfesta: Mater and Material, Text and Textile ; Susan Sutliff Brown, The Joyce Brothers in Drag: Fraternal Incest in Ulysses ; Mark Osteen, Female Property: Women and Gift Exchange in Ulysses ; Lesley Higgins, Lovely Seaside Girls or Sweet Murderers of Men? Fatal Women in Ulysses ; Martha Fodaski Black S/He-Male Voices in Ulysses: Counterpointing the New Womanly Man ; Heyward Ehrlich, Socialism, Gender and Imagery in Dubliners ; Mary Lowe-Evans, Joyce and the Myth of the Mediatrix ; Jean Kimball, Eros and Logos in Ulysses: A Jungian Pattern ; Garry Leonard, The Masquerade of Gender: Mrs. Kearney and the Moral Umbrella of Mr. OMadden Burke ; Ewa Ziarek, Circe: Joyces Argumentum ad Feminam ; Margaret Mills Harper, Fabric and Fame in the Odyssey and Penelope ; Contribs. ; index. .
Matthew J. C. Hodgart & Ruth Bauerle, Joyces Grand Operoar: Opera in Finnegans Wake (Illinois UP 1997), 341pp. CONTENTS: Rich inheritance from a bankrupt; Opera geography; Which brilliant career?; Two Shems and two Shauns; Chapelizods opera house; Page/line list of opera allusions in Finnegans Wake; Alphabetical list of composers, and their operatic works, librettists, designers, critics and conductors in Finnegans Wake; Finding list of opera and aria titles and opera characters in Finnegans Wake; Opera singers in Finnegans Wake.
Vincent J. Cheng, Kimberly J. Devlin & Margot Norris, eds., Joycean Cultures/Culturing Joyces [transactions of conference at Univ. of California] (Delaware UP; AUP 1998), 294pp. CONTENTS: Abbreviations ; Acknowledgments ; Introduction ; Christine Van Boheemen Joyces Sublime Body: Trauma, Textuality, and Subjectivity [23; infra]; Clara D. McLean, Wasted Words: The Body Language of Joyces Nausicaa [44; infra]; Harly Ramsey, Mourning, Melancholia, and the Maternal Body: Cultural Constructions of Bereavement in Ulysses ; Bonnie Kime Scott, The Young Girl, Jane Heap, and Trials of Gender in Ulysses ; Carol Loeb Shloss, Finnegans Wake and the Daughters Fate ; Susan Stanford Friedman, Reading Joyce: Icon of Modernity? Champion of Alterity? Ventriloquist of Otherness? ; John Whittier-Ferguson, Embattled Indifference: Politics on the Galleys of Herbert Gormans James Joyce ; R. B. Kershner, The Culture of Ulysses ; Catherine Whitley, The Politics of Representation in Finnegans Wakes Ballad ; Erika Anne Flesher, I am getting on nicely in the dark: Picturing the Blind Spot in Illustrations for Ulysses ; Irene A. Martyniuk, Illustrating Ulysses, Illustrating Joyce ; Cheryl Temple Herr, The Silence of the Hares: Peripherality in Ireland and in Joyce ; Benjamin Harder, Stephens Prop: Aspects of the Ashplant in Portrait and Ulysses ; Mark Osteen, A High Grade Ha: The Politicoecomedy of Headwear in Ulysses ; Contributors ; Index . (See also general notes, infra.)
Joseph Valente, ed., Quare Joyce (Michigan UP 1998; pbk. 2000), x, 297pp. CONTENTS: Joseph Valente, Joyces (sexual) choices: a historical overview ; Margot Norris, Walk on the Wild(e) side: the doubled reading of An encounter ; Jean-Michel Rabaté, On Joycean and Wildean Sodomy ; RETHINKING THE CLOSET: Joseph Valente, Thrilled by his Touch: the Aestheticizing of Homosexual Panic in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man ; Garry Leonard, The Nothing Place: Secrets and Sexual Orientation in Joyce ; Jennifer Levine, James Joyce, Tattoo Artist: Tracing the Outlines of Homosocial Desire ; Vicki Mahaffey, Père-version and Im-mère-sion: Idealized Corruption in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and The Picture of Dorian Gray ; Robert L. Caserio, Casement, Joyce, and Pound: Some New Meanings of Treason ; Gregory Castle, Confessing Oneself: Homoeros and Colonial Bildung in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man ; Colleen Lamos, A Faint Glimmer of Lesbianism in Joyce ; Christy Burns, In the Original Sinse: The Gay Cliché and Verbal Transgression in Finnegans Wake ; Marian Eide, Beyond Syphilisation: Finnegans Wake, AIDS, and the Discourse of Contagion ; Tim Dean Paring His Fingernails: Homosexuality and Joyces Impersonalist Aesthetic, .; Christopher Lane, The Vehicle of Vague Speech ; Contributors ; Name Index .
Len Platt, Joyce and the Anglo-Irish: A Study of Joyce and the Literary Revival [Costerus n.s., Vol. 119] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 1998), 249pp. CONTENTS: 1. Opening Encounters (A Historical Perspective); The Triestine Lectures; Naming the State in Dubliners; Portrait of the Artist. 2 - Usurper: The Buckeen and the Dogsbody: Aspects of History and Culture in Telemachus; Pisgah Sights: the National Culture and the Catholic Middle Class in Aeolus; Normans, but bastard Normans; Culture and Nationalism in Scylla and Charybdis; Moving in Times of Yore: Historiographies in Wandering Rocks. Corresponding with the Greeks (An Overview of Ulysses as an Irish Epic; Mr. Bloom. Pt. 4: Revivalism in Popular Culture: Sirens and Cyclops; Pt. 5. Circe and the Irish Literary Theatre. 6: Our Modern Babylon; Modernity and the National Culture in Eumaeus and Ithaca. 7: Engendering Nation: Nationalism and Sexuality in Nausicaa, Oxen of the Sun, and Penelope.
Rosa M. Bollettieri Bosinelli & Harold F. Mosher, Jnr., eds., Rejoycing: New Readings of Dubliners (Kentucky UP 1998), xi, 268pp. - CONTENTS: Sonja Basić, Book of many uncertainties: Joyces Dubliners; Thomas Jackson Rice, Geometry of meaning in Dubliners: a Euclidian approach; Harold E. Mosher, Jr., Clicheés and repetition in Dubliners: the example of A Little Cloud; Jolanta W. Wawrzycka, Text at the crossroads: multilingual transformations of James Joyces Dubliners; Trevor L. Williams, No cheer for the grateful oppressed: ideology in James Joyces Dubliners; Claire A Culleton, Taking the biscuit: narrative cheekiness in Dubliners; John Paul Riquelme, Joyces The Dead: the dissolution of the self and the police; Raffaella Baccolini, She had become a memory: women as memory in James Joyces Dubliners; Marlena G. Corcoran, Language, character, and gender in the direct discourse of Dubliners; David Leon Higdon, Gendered discourse and the structure of Joyces The Dead; Ulrich Schneider, Title in Dubliners; Michael Brian, Very fine piece of writing: an etymological, Dantean, and gnostic reading of Joyces Ivy day in the committee room; Lucia Boldrini, Artist paring his quotations: aesthetic and ethical implication of the Dantean intertext in Dubliners; Lucia Boldrini. Gnomon inverted. [Available online .pdf; accessed 23.04.2021.]
Margot Norris, A Companion to James Joyce’s Ulysses: Biographical and Historical Contexts, Critical History, and Essays from Five Contemporary Perspectives [Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism, ed. Ross C. Murfin] (Boston & NY: Bedford Books [St. Martins] 1998), xii, 255pp. [CONTENTS: Introduction; Biographical and Historical Contexts: A Critical History of Ulysses. Deconstruction and Ulysses; What is Deconstruction?; Deconstruction: A Selected Bibliography. A Deconstruction Perspective - Jacques Derrida, Ulysses Gramophone: Hear say yes in Joyce’; Reader-Response Criticism and Ulysses: What is Reader-Response Criticism? Reader-Response Criticism: A Selected Bibliography. A Reader-Response Perspective - Wolfgang Iser, Patterns of Communication in Joyces Ulysses’. Feminist and Gender Criticism and Ulysses: What are Feminist and Gender Criticism? Feminist and Gender Criticism: A Selected Bibliography; A Gender Perspective: Vicki Mahaffey, Ulysses and the End of Gender. Psychoanalytic Criticism and Ulysses: What is Psychoanalytic Criticism? Psychoanalytic Criticism: A Selected Bibliography. A Psychoanalytic Perspective: Kimberly J. Devlin. I Saw that Picture Somewhere: Tracking the Symptom of the Sisters of Lazarus, Marxist Criticism and Ulysses - What is Marxist Criticism? Marxist Criticism - A Selected Bibliography. A Marxist Perspective: Patrick. McGee, Heavenly Bodies: Ulysses and the Ethics of Marxism/ Glossary of Critical and Theoretical Terms; About the Contributors.]
Marilyn Reizbaum, James Joyces Judaic Other (Stanford UP 1999), x, 194pp. CONTENTS:
1. The Historical Context for Joyces Other and the Thematics of Jewishness; 2. A Nightmare of History: Irelands Jews and Joyces Texts; 3. A Poetics of Jewishness; 4. The Temptation of Circe; 5. A Pisgah Sight of the Promised Land; Appendix. Joyces Jewish-Related Materials. [See extract under Joyce, > Commentary - infra.]
Wim Tigges, ed., Moments of Moment: Aspects of the Literary Epiphany [Costerus Ser.] (Amsterdam/Atlanta Rodopi 1999), 496pp. - incls. Christine van Boheemen-Saaf, Epiphany and Postcolonial Affect; Dermot Kelly, Joycean Epiphany in Seamus Deanes Reading in the Dark, &c.; others discussed incl. Wordsworth, Blake, Ann Radcliffe, George Moore, W. B. Yeaets, Ezra Pound, Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Bowen, Beckett, Proust, Larkin, Heaney and Stanley Kubrick - as well as Gothic fiction in general.
Michael Patrick Gillespie, ed., Joyce Through the Ages: A Nonlinear View (Florida UP 1999), 215pp. CONTENTS: Michael Patrick Gillespie, James Joyce and the Consumption of History; Jean Kimball, Growing up Together: Joyce and Psychoanalysis, 1900-1922; Peter Francis Mackey, Chaos Theory and the Heroism of Leopold Bloom; Roy Gottfried, Adolescence, Humor, and Adolescent Humor: One Way of Carving a Turkey; Pericles Lewis, Conscience of the Race: The Nation as Church of the Modern Age; Michael H. Begnal, Stephen, Simon, and Eileen Vance: Autoeroticism in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man; Tara Williams, Polysymbolic Character: Irish and Jewish Folklore in the Apparition of Rudy; Heyward Ehrlich, Inventing Patrimony: Joyce, Mangan, and the Self-inventing Self; Vivian Valvano Lynch, Joyce Redux: Success and Failure as Three American Writers Evoke Joyce; Sandra Manoogian Pearce, Snow Through the Ages: Echoes of The Dead in OBrien, Lavin, and OFaolain; John Gordon, Joyces Hitler.