James Joyce Criticism - File 2: Articles, Chapters & Individual Papers (Annual Listing)



General Index of Criticism
Monographs & Collections Selected Articles (Annual Listing) Criticism & Reference [title & type]*
Tables of Contents (1929-1979) Tables of Contents (1980-1999) Tables of Contents (2000-Present)
*i.e., On individual works (e.g., Dubliners, Ulysses, &c.) or else by type (e.g., Biography or Chronology, &c.)

[ Special Recommentation: Len Platt, “References to Madame Blavatsky and her ideas in the Wake – An Annotated List” (2008) - online. ]

1922-1969
  • Valéry Larbaud, ‘James Joyce’, in Nouvelle Revue Française, 18 (April 1922), pp.385-407
  • Padraic Colum, ‘James Joyce’, in Pearson’s Magazine, 44 (May 1918, pp.38-41 [extract].
  • Silvio Benco, ‘James Joyce’, in Umana, 1 (1 July 1916), pp.1-3.
  • Valéry Larbaud, ‘James Joyce’, in Nouvelle Revue Française, XVIII (1 Avril 1922), pp.385-405; rep. as ‘The Ulysses of James Joyce’ [Sect. IV], in Criterion, I, I (Oct.. 1922), pp.94-103 and as preface to Gens de Dublin, Paris 1926.; rep. in Robert Deming, Critical Heritage, [1972], Vol. I, pp.252-62].
  • Edmund Wilson, ‘Ulysses’, in The New Republic (5 July 1922), rep. in Robert Deming, James Joyce: The Critical Heritage (London: Routledge, Kegan & Paul 1970), Vol. 1, p.230.
  • Alfred Noyes, ‘Rottenness in Literature’, in Sunday Chronicle (29 Oct. 1922), rep. in Deming, op. cit., 1970 [Vol. I], p.274.
  • T. S. Eliot, ‘Ulysses, Order, and Myth’, in The Dial, LXXV [75], 5 (Nov. 1923), pp.480-83; rep. in Seon Givens, ed., James Joyce: Two Decades of Criticism (NY: Vanguard 1948), p.201ff.; also in Deming, op. cit. [1970], Vol. 1, pp.268-71.
  • [extract]; and Frank Kermode, ed., Selected Prose of T. S. Eliot (London: Faber & Faber 1975), pp.177-78.
  • Edmund Wilson, ‘James Joyce as Poet’, in New Republic, XLIV (Nov. 1925), pp.279-80.
  • Edwin Muir, ‘James Joyce: The Meaning of Ulysses’, in Calendar of Modern Letters, I, 5 (July 1925), pp.347-55 [rep. with adds. in transition, 1926, pp.19-36].
  • Wyndam Lewis, Time and Western Man (London: Chatto & Windus 1927, 1928) [incls. Chap. XVI: “Analysis of the Mind of James Joyce”, pp.91-130 - prev. in Blast.]
  • Edmund Wilson, ‘James Joyce’, in Axel’s Castle (NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons 1931) [rep. edn., London: Fontana 1984, pp.155-89]
  • Carl G. Jung, ‘Ulysses: A Monologue’, in Nimbus (1931); orig. ‘Ulysses: ein Monolog’, as in Europäische Revue, 8 (Sept. 1932), pp.547-68.
  • F. R. Leavis, ‘James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word’, in The Importance of Scrutiny: Selections from Scrutiny: A Quarterly Review, 1932-1948, ed. Eric Bentley (NY: New York UP 1948) [rep. from Scrutiny, 2, 1933].
  • Frank Budgen, ‘James Joyce’, in Horizon, III (Feb. 1941) [c.p.105].
  • Maria Jolas, ‘Joyce as Revolutionary’ in New Republic (9 November 1942).
  • Joseph Prescott, “James Joyce’s Ulysses as a Work in Progress” [Ph.D.] (Harvard 1944) [the first doct. thesis].
  • Joseph Frank, ‘Spatial Form in Modern Literature: An Essay in Two Parts’, in Sewanee Review, 53: 2 (Spring 1945), c.p.230-33 [incls. account of the parallax data in Ulysses and the conclusion that ‘Joyce cannot be read - he can only be re-read’, pp.234-35.]
  • Hugh Kenner, ‘The Portrait in Perspective’, in Kenyon Review, X, 3 (Summer 1948), pp. 361-381;
  • Richard Ellmann, ‘Joyce and Yeats’, in Kenyon Review, XII (Autumn 1950), cp.622-23.
  • Chester G. Anderson, ‘“lThe Sacrificial Butter’, in Accent, XII (Winter 1952), pp.3-13.
  • Arnold Kettle, ‘James Joyce: Ulysses’, in Kettle, An Introduction to the English Novel (London: Hutchinson 1953), 2, pp.135-51.
  • Gerhard Friedrich, ‘Bret Harte as a Source for James Joyce ‘s “The Dead”’, in Philological Quarterly, XXXII, 4 (Oct. 1954), pp.442-44 [the name Gabriel Conroy from a character and title of 1903].
  • Richard Ellmann, ‘The Background of Ulysses’, in Kenyon Review, V, 16 (Summer 1954), pp.371-77.
  • Padraic Colum, ‘Working with Joyce’, in The Irish Times (5 Oct. 1956), p.5.
  • Vivian Mercier, ‘Parody: James Joyce and an Irish Tradition’, in Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 45:178 (Summer 1956), pp.194-218 [available at JSTOR - online].
  • Northrop Frye, ‘Joyce and Blake’, in James Joyce Review, 1, 1 (Feb. 1957), pp.39-47.
  • Stephen Spender, ‘All Life was Grist for the Artist’, review of Ellmann’s James Joyce, in New York Times (25 Oct. 1959) [available online].
  • Richard M. Kain & Robert E. Scholes, ‘The First Version of Joyce’s “Portrait”’, in Yale Review, 49, (Spring 1960), p.143.
  • Robert Scholes, ‘James Joyce, Irish Poet,’ in James Joyce Quarterly, 2 (1965), pp.255-70.
  • Arthur Power, ‘Conversations with Joyce’, in James Joyce Quarterly, III, 1 (Fall, 1965), pp.41-46 [see extracts].
  • Jack Dalton, ‘Advertisement for the Restoration’, in Twelve and a Tilly, eds. Jack Dalton & Clive Hart (London: Faber & Faber 1966), pp.119-37.
  • Myron Taube, ‘Joyce and Shakespeare: “Eveline” and Othello’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 4:2 (Tulsa 1967), pp.152-54
  • Hugh T. Bredin, ‘Applied Aquinas: James Joyce’s Aesthetics’, Éire-Ireland, 3, 1 (Spring 1968), pp.61-78.
  • John Rees Moore, ‘Artifices for Eternity: Joyce and Yeats’, in Éire-Ireland, 3, 4 (Winter 1968), pp.66-73.
  • Mary T. Reynolds, ‘Joyce’s Planetary Music: His Debt to Dante’, in The Sewanee Review, 76, 3 (Summer 1968), pp.450-77 [available at JSTOR online]
  • Chester G. Anderson, ‘Controversy: The Question of Esthetic Distance’, in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: Text, Criticism, and Notes, ed. Anderson (NY: Viking Press 1968), pp.446-54.
  • Michael H. Begnal, ‘The Narrator of Finnegans Wake’, in Éire-Ireland, 4, 3 (Autumn 1969), pp.38-49.
  • William R. Ferris, Jr., ‘Rebellion Matured: Joyce’s Exiles’, in Éire-Ireland, 4, 4 (Winter 1969), pp.73-81.
  • E. San Juan, Jr, ‘“Eveline”: Joyce’s Affirmation of Ireland’, Éire-Ireland, 4, 1 (Spring 1969), pp. 46-52.
  • Zack Bowen, ‘Hungarian Politics in “After the Race”’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 7 (Winter 1969), pp.138-39.
1970-1989
  • Eileen Kennedy, ‘Moore’s Untilled Field and Joyce’s Dubliners’, in Éire-Ireland, 5, 3 (Autumn 1970), pp.81-89.
  • F. S. L. Lyons, ‘James Joyce’s Dublin’, in Twentieth Century Studies, 4 (1970), pp.6-25.
  • Ben L. Collins, ‘Joyce’s Use of Yeats and of Irish History: A Reading of “A Mother”’, in Éire-Ireland, 5, 1 (Spring 1970), pp.45-66.
  • Hélène Cixous, ‘Joyce, la ruse de l’écriture’, in Poétique , 4 (1970), pp.419-32; rep. in Prénoms de personne (Paris: Editions du Seuil 1974), trans. in Derek Attridge & Daniel Ferrer, eds., Post-structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French (Cambridge UP 1984), pp.15-30.
  • Donald T. Torchiana, ‘The Opening of Dubliners: A Reconsideration’, in Irish University Review, 1, 2 (Spring/Summer 1972), 149-60.
  • J. V. Kelleher, ‘Identifying Printed Sources for Finnegans Wake,’ in Irish University Review, 1, 2 (Spring 1971), pp.161-77.
  • John V. Kelleher, ‘Irish History and Mythology in James Joyce’s “The Dead”’ [America Committee for Irish Studies reprints] (Chicago Nov. 1971).
  • Stephen Heath, ‘Ambiviolences: Notes pour la lecture de Joyce’, in Tel Quel, 50 (1972), pp/22-43, and Do ., 51 (1972), pp.64-76; rep. in Attridge & Ferrer, op. cit., 1984, pp.31-68.
  • Jacques Aubert, ‘Riverrun’, in Change, 11 (1972), pp.120-30; rep. in Attridge & Ferrer, op. cit., 1984, pp.69-78.
  • Morton Levitt, ‘A Hero of Our Time: Leopold Bloom and the Myth of Ulysses’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 10, 1 (1972), pp.132-46.
  • Stephen Heath, ‘Trames de lecture (à propos de la dernière section de Finnegans Wake’, in Tel Quel, 54 (1973), pp.4-15.
  • Stephen Heath, ‘L’écriture spiralée (la socialité comme drama)’, in Le Discours social, 3-4 1973), pp.9-21.
  • J. C. C. Mayes, ‘Some Comments on the Dublin of Ulysses’, in Louis Bonnerot, ed., Ulysses: Cinquantes ans après (Paris: Didier 1974), pp.83-98.
  • William H. Quillian, ‘Shakespeare in Trieste: Joyce's 1912 “Hamlet” Lectures’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 12:1/2 [Textual Studies Issue] (Fall 1974-Winter 1975), pp.7-63 [available at JSTOR - online].
  • Thomas Flanagan, ‘Yeats, Joyce and the Matter of Ireland’, in Critical Inquiry, 2, 1 (1975), pp.43-67.
  • Daniel Ferrer, Circé, ou les regrès éternels’ [1975]; to be published in Les Cahiers de l’Herne [c.1986], trans. & rep. in Attridge & Ferrer, op. cit., 1984, pp.127-44.
  • Riana O’Dwyer, “Irish History in Finnegans Wake: The Structural and Thematic Use of Irish History in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake” [PhD] (McMaster University 1976), viii, 343. [[supervised by Brian John; available online].
  • Jean-Michel Rabaté, ‘Lapsus ex machina’, in Poétique, 26 (1976), pp.152-72; rep. in Attridge & Ferrer, op. cit. (1984), pp.79-103.
  • Thomas F. Staley, ‘Strings in the Labyrinth: Sixty Years with Joyce’s Portrait’, in Approaches to Joyce’s Portrait, ed. Staley & Bernard Benstock (Pittsburgh UP 1976), pp.3-24.
  • John Henry Raleigh, ‘Bloom as a Modern Epic Hero’, in Critical Enquiry, 3 (Spring 1977), cp.596.
  • John Montague, ‘Jawseyes’, in The Crane Bag Journal of Irish Studies, 2, Nos. 1 & 2 (1977), pp.9-10 [editorial addressing three studies of Joyce by Louis le Brocquy printed in same issue, “Study 61”, p.1; “Study 63”, p.8; “Study 60”, p.192].
  • Louis Berrone. ‘Two James Joyce Essays Unveiled: “The Centenary of Charles Dickens” and ‘L“influenza letteraria universale del rinascimento”’, in Journal of Modern Literature [ Indiana UP], 5, 1 (Feb. 1976), pp.3-18 [available at JSTOR - online].
  • Vivian Mercier, ‘James Joyce as Medieval Artist’, in The Crane Bag, 2, Nos. 1 & 2 (1977), pp. 11-17.
  • Bernard Benstock, ‘A Setdown Secular Phoinish: The Finn of Finnegans Wake’, in The Crane Bag Journal of Irish Studies, 2, 1 & 2 (1977), pp.22-28.
  • Joseph Stephen O’Leary, ‘Joyce and the Myth of the Fall’, in The Crane Bag Journal of Irish Studies, 2, Nos. 1 & 2 (1977), pp.18-21.
  • John Jordan, ‘Amor Fati Sive Contemptus Mundi?, in The Crane Bag, 2, Nos. 1 & 2 (1977), pp.39-44.
  • Bruce Stewart, ‘Adamology’, in The Crane Bag Journal of Irish Studies, Nos. 1 & 2 (1977), pp.45-56.
  • Willard C. Potts, ‘Joyce and Ole Vinding’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 14, 2 [Joyce Reminiscences Issue] (Winter, 1977), pp.169-172 [JSTOR online; note that a photo by Vinding in Buffalo UL was donated by Potts].
  • Jacques Lacan, ‘Joyce le symtôme’, in Joyce and Paris, ed. Jacques Aubert & Maria Jolas (Editions du CNRS 1979), Vol. I, pp.13-17.
  • Jenifer Schiffer Levine, ‘Originality and Repetition in Finnegans Wake and Ulysses’, in PMLA, 94 (1979), pp.106-20.
  • George J. Watson, ‘James Joyce, From Inside to Outside and Back Again’, in Irish Identity and the Literary Revival (London: Croom Helm 1979), pp.151-244.
  • Jeanne A. Flood, ‘Joyce, Pearse, and the Theme of Execution’, in P. J. Drury, ed., Irish Studies, I (Cambridge UP 1980), pp.101-24.
  • Jackson I. Cope, ‘Joyce’s Wasteland’, in The Genres of Irish Literary Revival [ed. Augustine Martin] (Dublin: Wolfhound Press 1980), cp.104-05.
  • Richard Brown, ‘Addenda and Corrigenda to Ellmann’s The Consciousness of Joyce’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 17, 3 (Spring 1980), pp.313-17. [available at JSTOR - online]
  • Hugh Kenner, ‘The Jokes at the Wake’, in Massachusetts Review, 22 (1981), pp.722-33.
  • aud Ellmann, ‘Disremembering Dedalus: A Portrait of the Artist’, in Untying the Text, ed. Robert Young (London: Routledge 1981)  189-206
  • Alan Warner, ‘James Joyce’, in A Guide to Anglo-Irish Literature (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1981), pp.109-20.
  • Ann Saddlemyer, ‘James Joyce and the Irish Dramatic Movement’, in James Joyce: A Joyce International Perspective, ed. Suheil Bushrui & Benstock (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1982), pp.190-212 [see copy - as attached].
  • Maud Ellmann, ‘Polytropic Man: Paternity, Identity, and Naming in The Odyssey and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’, in James Joyce: New Perspectives, ed. Colin MacCabe (Brighton: Harvester Wheatsheaf 1982), pp.73-104 [see copy].
  • Jacques Derrida, ‘Deux mots pour Joyce’ [paper given at the Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982]; to be published in Les Cahiers de l’Herne; trans. & rep. as Two‘ Words or Joyce’, in Attridge & Ferrer, eds., Post-structuralist Joyce: Essays from French (Cambridge UP 1984), pp.145-61 [’a little son, a little grandson of Western culture in its circular, encyclopedic, Ulyssean totality [...]’, p.149.]
  • Anthony Cronin, ‘The Advent of Bloom’, in Heritage Now: Irish Literature in the English Language (Dingle: Brandon 1982), pp.105-42, also ‘Footnote for a Poet’, pp.143-46.
  • Frederic Jameson, ‘Ulysses in History’, in McCormack & Stead, eds., James Joyce and Modern Literature (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1982), pp.126-41.
  • Denis Donoghue, ‘The Fiction of James Joyce’, in Augustine Martin, ed., The Genius of Irish Prose (Dublin/Cork: Mercier 1985), pp.76-88.
  • Seamus Deane, ‘Joyce and Stephen: the Provincial Intellectual’, and ‘Joyce and Nationalism’, both in Celtic Revivals: Essays in Modern Irish Literature 1880-1980 (London: Faber 1985), pp.75-91; 92-107, also, ‘Joyce and Beckett’, Do., pp.123-34.
  • Seamus Deane, ‘“Masked with Matthew Arnold’s Face”: Joyce and Liberalism’, in Morris Beja, et al., eds., James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium (Illinois UP 1986), pp.9-20.
  • John Kidd, ‘The Scandal of Ulysses’, in The New York Review of Books (30 June 1988), pp.1-8 [see copy - infra; also as attached.]
  • Robert D. Newman, ‘Bloom and the Beast: Joyce’s Use of Bruno’s Astrological Allegory’, in New Alliances in Joyce Studies: “When it’s Aped to Foul a Delfian”, ed. Bonnie Kime Scott (Newark: Delaware UP 1988), [cp. 215].
  • Mary T. Reynolds, ‘Joyce and His Brothers: The Process of Fictional Transformation,‘; in James Joyce Quarterly 25:2 (1988), pp.217-25.
  • Jacques Derrida, ‘Joyce’s Gramophone: Hear Yes in Joyce’, in James Joyce: The Augmented Ninth: Proceedings of the Ninth International James Joyce Symposium, Frankfurt 1984, ed. Bernard Benstock (Syracuse UP 1988), pp.27-75, and Do. [rep.] in Acts of Literature, ed., Derek Attridge (London: Routledge 1992), pp.253-309.
  • Richard M. Kain, &145;Dublin 1904’, in Assessing the 1984 Ulysses, ed., George Sandulescu Constantin (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe; Totowa, NJ: Barnes 1986) pp.92-110.
  • John Kidd, ‘An Inquiry into Ulysses: The Corrected Text’ [Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 82, 4] (BSA 1988), pp.411-584.
1990-
  • Sidney Feshbach, ‘The Hundredlettered Name: Thunder in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake’, in Analecta Husserliana: New Queries in Aesthetics and Metaphysics, Vol. 37 (Springer 1991) pp.283-97.
  • Declan Kiberd, ‘Introduction’, Ulysses (Harmondsworth: Penguin 1992) pp.ix-lxxix.
  • Eamon Hughes, ‘Joyce and Catholicism’, in Irish Writers and Religion, ed. by Robert Welch (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1992), pp.116-37.
  • Denis Donoghue, ‘Is There a Case Against Ulysses?’, in Vincent Cheng & Timothy Martin, eds, Joyce in Context (Cambridge UP 1992), pp.19-39.
  • J. S. O’Leary, ‘Notes on the Soul-Motif in Joyce’s Portrait’, in The Harp: IASAIL-Japan Bulletin (1993), pp.61-9.
  • W. J. McCormack, ‘James Joyce: Bás nó Beatha’, in From Burke to Beckett (Cork UP 1994), pp.257-301.
  • Joseph Valente [guest. ed.], ‘Joyce and Homosexuality’ [Special Issue], James Joyce Quarterly, 31, 3 (Tulsa UP 1994), q.pp.
  • Michael Beasaung, ‘Authority Under Fire: Italian Heretics and Non-Conformists in Joyce’s Work’, in Revue des Lettres Modernes: Histoire des Idees et des Litterateur (1994), [cp.77].
  • Vivian Mercier, ‘James Joyce: Creating Ulysses’, in Modern Irish Literature: Sources and Founders, ed. Eilís Dillon (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1994) [Chap. 8], pp.243-311.
  • Declan Kiberd, ‘James Joyce and Mythic Realism’, in Inventing Ireland: The Literature of the Modern Nation (London: Jonathan Cape 1995), pp.327-55.
  • Kristeva, Julia, ‘Joyce’s “The Gracehoper” or Orpheus’s Return’, in The New Maladies of the Soul (Columbia UP 1996), pp.172-88.
  • Kevin J. H. Dettmar, The Illicit Joyce of Postmodernism: Reading Against the Grain (Wisconsin UP 1996), xv, 276pp.
  • Rice, Thomas Jackson, Joyce, Chaos, and Complexity (Champaign: Illinois UP 1997), xviii, 204pp. [Joyce resists postmodernist un-reality].
  • Len Platt, ‘Corresponding with the Greeks: An Overview of Ulysses as an Irish Epic’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 36, 3 (Spring 1996), pp.507-23 [extract].
  • Richard Brown, ‘“Shakespeare Explained”: James Joyce’s Shakespeare from Victorian Burlesque to Postmodern Bard’, in Shakespeare and Ireland, ed. Mark Thornton Burnett and Ramona Wray (London: Macmillan 1997, pp.91-113.
  • Willy Maley, ‘Postcolonial Joyce’?, in Irish Encounters: Poetry, Politics and Prose, ed. Alan Marshall & Neil Sammells (Bath: Sulis Press 1998) [Chap. 7; qpp.].
  • Heyward Ehrlich, ‘“Araby” in Context: The “Splendid Bazaar,” Irish Orientalism, and James Clarence Mangan’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 35:2/3 [ ReOrienting Joyce] (Winter-Spring 1998) - available at JSTOR - online, pp. 309-31.
  • John McCourt, ‘Joyce on National Deliverance: The View from 1907 Trieste’, in Prospero: Rivista di Letterature Straniere, Comparatistica e Studi Culturali, 5 (1998), pp.27-48.
  • Robert Spoo, ‘Copyright Protectionism and Its Discontents: The Case of James Joyce’s Ulysses in America,’, in Yale Law Journal, Vol. 108 (December 1998), pp.633-67.
  • Michael Malouf, ‘Forging the Nation: James Joyce and The Celtic Tiger’, in Jouvert: Journal of Postcolonial Studies, ‘Ireland 2000’ [Special Irish Issue, ed. Maria Pramaggiore], 4, 1 (Fall 1999) [q.pp.]
  • J. B. Lyons, ‘James Joyce: Steps Towards a Diagnosis’, in Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 9, 3 (Dec. 2000), pp.294-306, ill. [given at Congress on the History of the Neurosciences and Psychiatry, Zurich/Lausanne, Sept. 1999].
  • Brian Caraher, ‘Edgeworth, Wilde and Joyce: Reading Irish Regionalism through the “Cracked Looking-glass” of a Servant’s Art’, in Ireland in the Nineteenth Century: Regional Identity, ed. Glenn Hopper & Leon Litvak, (Dublin: Four Courts [2000]), [q.p.]
  • Declan Kiberd, ‘Ulysses, Newspapers and Modernism’, in Irish Classics (London: Granta 2000), pp.463-81.
  • Brian Caraher, ‘Edgeworth, Wilde and Joyce: Reading Irish Regionalism through the “Cracked Looking-glass” of a Servant’s Art’, in Ireland in the Nineteenth Century: Regional Identity, ed. Glenn Hopper & Leon Litvak (Dublin: Four Courts [2000]) [q.p.].
  • Tom Paulin, ‘Pick, pack, pock, puck’, in Dublin Review (Summer 2002), pp.54-71 [a study of Joyce’s ‘classicism’];
  • Clare Hutton ‘Joyce and the Institutions of Revivalism’, in Irish University Review, 33.1 (Spring/Summer 2003), pp.117-32.
  • Clare Hutton, ‘Joyce and the Institutions of Revivalism’, in Irish University Review, 33, 1 (Spring 2003), pp.117-32 [available at JSTOR - online];
  • Michael Groden, ‘Genetic Joyce: Textual Studies and the Reader’, in James Joyce Studies, ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2004), pp.227–50.
  • Eleni Loukopoulou, ‘London, Language and Empire in “Oxen of the Sun” of James Joyce’s Ulysses’, in Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, 3, 1 (March 2005) [extract];
  • Maud Ellmann, ‘Ulysses: Changing into an Animal’, in Field Day Review, 2 (2006), pp.74-93.
  • Eugene O’Brien, ‘“Identities in the writer complexus”: Joyce, Europe and Irish Identity’, in Back to the Present: Irish Writing and History since 1798, ed. Patricia A. Lynch, Joachim Fischer & Brian Coates (Amsterdam: Rudopi Press 2006), Vol. 2, pp.217-32.
  • Valentine Cunningham, ‘James Joyce’, in The Oxford Handbook of English Literature, ed. Andrew Hass, David Jasper & Elisabeth Jay (Oxford OUP 2007) pp.499-522 [extracts];
  • Frederick S. Roden, ‘Confessing Stephen: The Nostalgic Erotics of Catholicism in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’, in Catholic Figures, Queer Narratives, ed. Lowell Gallagher, Roden & Patricia Juliana Smith (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2007) [q.pp.].
  • Susan Brown, ‘The Mystery of the Fuga per Canonem Solved’, in Genetic Joyce Studies (Spring 2007) [based on partial drafts of ‘Sirens’ in Ulysses (2002 Joyce Papers/NLI) available online].
  • Tore Rem, ‘The Early Irish Reception of Ibsen’, in Ibsen Studies, 7, 2 [Special Issue: Nationalism or Internationalism?] (2007), pp.188-202.
  • Anne Markey, ‘Modernism, Maunsel and the Irish Short Story’, in Irish Modernism: Origins, Contexts, Publics, ed. Edwina Keown & Carol Taaffe (Bern & Oxford: Peter Lang 2009) [q.pp.; on George Robert’s relations with James Joyce and Patrick Pearse]
  • Robert Baines, ‘Seeing through the Mask: Valery Larbaud’s “James Joyce” and the Problem of Irish Modernism’, in Irish Modernism: Origins, Contexts, Publics, ed. Edwina Keown & Carol Taaffe (Bern & Oxford: Peter Lang 2009) [q.pp.]
  • Eugene O’Brien, ‘The Language of Empire and the Empire of Language: Joyce and the Return of the Postcolonial Repressed’, in Enemies of Empire: New Perspectives on Imperialism, Literature and History, ed. Eoin Flannery & Angus Mitchell (Dublin: Four Courts Press 2008), pp.160-71.
  • Bruce Bradley, SJ, ‘“At School Together in Conmee’s Time”: Some Notes on Joyce’s Clongowes Jesuits’, in Dublin James Joyce Journal, 3 (2010), pp.1-18.
  • Fran O'Rourke, ‘Joyce’s Early Aesthetic’, in Journal of Modern Literary, 34: 2 (2011), pp.97-120.
  • Derek Hand, ‘James Joyce and Ulysses: choosing life’, in A History of the Irish Novel (Cambridge 2011), pp.144-53 [being Interchapter 4].
  • Paul Jones, Joyce’s Open City: Colonialism, Style, and the Politics of Impurity [PhD; University of York 2010] - online; engages with Gibson, Platt et al. on Joyce’s aggressive satire [of] colonial enemies].
  • Michael Wood, ‘Quoshed Quotatoes’, review of Danis Rose & John O’Hanlon, eds., Finnegans Wake, in London Review of Books, May 2010), pp.19-20– online.
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  • John McCourt, ‘After Ellmann: The State of Joycean Biography’, in A Companion to Literary Biography, ed. Richard Bradford (Oxford: Blackwell, Wiley 2018), pp.526-45.
  • Michael Patrick Gillespie, ‘Catholic Influence on Concepts of Death and Dying in Joyce’s Writings’, in New Hibernia Review (Jan. 2018), pp.114-28;
  • Dylan Emerick-Brown, ‘Taking the Punch: Joyce and Wilde vs Tenniel and M. Shelley, Shakespeare Presiding; or The Use of Populism in the Arts for Political Gain in 19th-20th Century Britain’, in Kairos: A Journal of Critical Symposium Vol. 5 No. 1 (2020), p.156-75 [.pdf]
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