James Joyce Criticism - File 2: Listed by Category


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Monographs [Annual Listing]

Essay & Conference Collections
*i.e., Biography or Reference, or else individual works (e.g., Dubliners, Ulysses, &c.)

Categories (by type and Joycean title)
Studies of Individual Works

Note: Numerous works cited in these listings have been first entered under the “Annual Listing” [as attached] and then added to the curren file (“Criticism Listed by and Type or Title”). At one point, such works were entered only in the current file though latterly I have tended to record them in both. Where possible their chapter-contents have been noticed also. Those contents are listed in a separate file(s) - as attached.
 In view of this history, the visitor is advised to check both “Annual Listing” and “Criticism Listed by and Type or Title” when details of any critical work are sought. Each file can be individually searched using the CTRL F command, or browsing manually. The Search page of RICORSO will also bring up the relevant author/titles where such details are known. Links from 1 to 5 are supplied at the bottom of each page of the Criticism listings to facilitate movement from one to the other.

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Biographies & memoirs
  • Herbert S[herman] Gorman, James Joyce: His First Forty Years (NY: Huebsch 1924), [iv], 238pp., [23cm.], and Do. (NY: Viking Press & B. W. Huebsch 1925), 238pp.; Do. (London: Geoffrey Bles [1926]), [6,] 238pp., Foreword [i-ii], incl. front., 8vo. [printed in US]; Do (Folcroft Library Edns. 1971), [6], 238pp., 1 pl., port. [bibl. 233-38]; Do. [rep. of 1924 Huebsch edn.] (NY: Haskell House 1974), Do. (Philadelphia: R[obert] West 1977), 238pp.
  • Herbert S. Gorman, James Joyce (NY: Farrar & Rhinehart 1939), v, 358pp., ill. [rep. 1948. viii, 358pp.], Do. (NY: Octagon Books 1974), viii, 358pp., [ill. 31 pls.];Do. [another edn. as] James Joyce: A Definitive Biography (London: Jonathan Lane 1941, 1949), 4pp., 1, [3]-354pp., front. port., pls., 8vo.
  • Léon Edel, James Joyce: The Last Journey (NY: Gotham Book Mart 1947); Do. [rep.] (NY: Haskell House [1977), 44pp.
  • J. F. Byrne, The Silent Years: An Autobiography with Memoirs of James Joyce and Our Ireland (NY: Farrar, Straus & Young 1953), xi, 307pp., ill. [frontis.]; Do. [rep.] (NY: Octagon 1975).
  • Frank Budgen, Further Recollections of James Joyce (London: Shenval 1955), 15pp.
  • Patricia Hutchins, James Joyce’s World (London: Methuen 1957), 247pp. & index, 60 photo ills. [see extract].
  • [J]ohn [I]nnes M[ackintosh] Stewart, James Joyce [British Council] (London/NY: Longmans, Green 1957), 43pp.
  • Stanislaus Joyce, My Brother’s Keeper,ed. and intro. by Richard Ellmann, with a preface by T. S. Eliot (London: Faber & Faber 1958, 1982), 257pp., and Do. as My Brother’s Keeper: James Joyce’s Early Years (NY: Viking 1958), 257pp.
  • Kevin Sullivan, Joyce Among the Jesuits (Columbia UP 1958, 1967), [7], 259pp., and Do. [rep.edn.] (Conn: Greenwood Press 1985), 259pp.
  • Richard Ellmann, James Joyce (Oxford: OUP 1959), xvi, 842pp. ill. [17pp. pls.: ports. & facs]; Do., [rev. edn.] (OUP 1982), 887pp.
  • Chester Grant Anderson, James Joyce & His World (London: Thames & Hudson 1967, rep. 1986), 144pp., ill., and Do. [rep. edn.] (NY: Scribner [1978]), 144pp.
  • Ulick O’Connor, ed., The Joyce We Knew (Cork: Mercier Press 1967; rep. 2004), 127pp. [contents].
  • C. P. Curran, James Joyce Remembered (London: OUP 1968), xii, 129pp., ill. [4 pls.: ports].
  • George M. Healey, ed., The Dublin Diary of Stanislaus Joyce, with particular reference ot James Joyce (London: Faber 1962), 119pp., and Do. [enl. edn. as] The Complete Dublin Diary of Stanislaus Joyce (Cornell UP 1971), xv, 188p., and Do. [rep. edn. of 1962 abridged edn.] (Dublin: Anna Livia Press, 1994).
  • J. B. Lyons, James Joyce and Medicine (Dublin: Dolmen 1973), 255pp., ill. [pls.]
  • Arthur Power, [Clive Hart, ed.], Conversations with James Joyce (Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1974), 111pp,; Do. [rep.], with a foreword by David Norris (Dublin: Lilliput 1999), 128pp.
  • Stan Gébler, James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist (London: Davis-Poynter 1975), 328pp., 14 ills.
  • Willard Potts, ed., Portraits of the Artist in Exile: Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans (Seattle/London: University of Washington Press 1979), 304pp. [see contents].
  • Frank Delaney, James Joyce’s Odyssey: A Guide to the Dublin of Ulysses (London: Hodder and Stoughton [1981]; rep. London: Paladin 1983), 189pp., ill. [photos by Jorge Lewsinki]
  • Gisèle Freund, Trois Jours avec James Joyce (Paris: Denoil 1982), 79pp. [44 photos].
  • Brenda Maddox, Nora: The Real Life of Molly Bloom (London: Hamish Hamilton; Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1988), 589pp.
  • Marc Dachy, trans. & intro., Eugène Jolas sur James Joyce: présentation et traduction de Marc Dachy (Paris: Plon [1990]), 168pp., ill. [16pp. of pls.].
  • Morris Beja, James Joyce: A Literary Life (Basingstoke: Macmillan 1992), 150pp.
  • Peter Costello, James Joyce: The Years of Growth 1882-1915 (London: Kyle Cathie ; NY: Roberts Rinehart 1992), 374pp.
  • Stuart Gilbert, Reflections on James Joyce: Stuart Gilbert’s Paris Journal, ed. Thomas F. Staley & Randolph Lewis [Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center] (Austin: Texas UP 1993), xiii, 103pp., ill.
  • Peter Costello & John Wyse Jackson, James Stanislaus Joyce: The Voluminous Life and Genius of James Joyce’s Father (NY: St. Martin’s Press 1998), xvii, 493pp.,ill. [16pp. of pls. geneal. table, maps, ports.]
  • Edna O’Brien, James Joyce (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1999; rep. Phoenix 2000), 190pp.
  • Eugène Jolas, Man from Babel, ed., annot., & intro. by Andreas Kramer & Rainer Rumold (Yale UP 1998), xxxix, 326pp. [incls. accounts of Joyce, Hemingway, et al.]
  • John McCourt, James Joyce: A Passionate Exile (London: Orion Media 1999), 112pp.
  • John McCourt, James Joyce and Nora: Passionate Exiles (London: Orion 2000), 112pp.
  • John McCourt, The Years of Bloom: James Joyce in Trieste, 1904-1920 (Dublin: Lilliput 2000), 306pp.
  • David Pritchard, James Joyce [Irish Biographies] (Scotland: Geddes & Grosset 2001), 186pp.
  • Carol Loeb Shloss, Lucia Joyce: To Dance in the Wake (NY: Farrar & Strauss 2004), 561pp. [on Joyce's relationship with Lucia].
  • Ian Pindar, A Life of James Joyce, introduced by Terry Eagleton [Life & Times Ser.] (London: Haus Pub. 2004), 176pp., ill. [see contents].
  • Antoinette Walker & Michael Fitzgerald, ‘James Joyce’, in Unstoppable Brilliance: Irish Geniuses and Asperger's Syndrome (Dublin: Liberties Press 2006), 253-90pp.
  • Andrew Gibson, James Joyce, with a preface by Declan Kiberd (London: Reakton Books 2006), 192pp. [available online].
  • Bruce Stewart, James Joyce [Very Interesting People, No. 11] (Oxford: OUP 2007), pp.137 [prev. in New Dictionary of National Bibiography, 2004];
  • Gordon Bowker, James Joyce: A Biography (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson; NY: Straus & Giroux 2011), 608pp., ill.; Do. [pb reissue] (London: Phoenix Paperbacks [Orion Publ. Group] 2012) [available at Google Books - online]; Do. [rep.] (London: Hachette 2011), 384pp. [online].
 

See also Jane Lidderdale & Mary Nicholson, Dear Miss Weaver: Harriet Shaw Weaver 1876-1961 (London: Faber 1970), 509pp.; John Gatt-Rutter, Italo Svevo: A Double Life (Oxford; OUP 1988), 410pp. Lives of Yeats, Pound, Eliot, Hemingway, et al.

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Reference Works
Guides & companions, annotations, &c.
  • Harry Blamires, The Bloomsday Book: A Guide through Joyce’s Ulysses [University Pbks., 180] (London: Methuen 1966, 1974, 1981, 1984) xii, 275pp., and Do. [rev. edn. keyed to the Corrected Text] (1988, 1996), xi, 244pp.
  • Michael H. Begnal & Fritz Senn, eds., A Conceptual Guide to “Finnegans Wake” (Pennsylvania State UP 1974) [q.pp.]
  • Brendan Ó Hehir & John M. Dillon, A Classical Lexicon for “Finnegans Wake”: A Glossary of the Greek and Latin in the Major Works of Joyce, including “Finnegans Wake”, the Poems, “Dubliners”, Stephen Hero, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”, Exiles, and Ulysses (California UP 1977), xxi, 653pp. [see full-text at Genetic Joyce Studies, Wisconsin - online];
  • John MacNicholas, James Joyce's Exiles: A Textual Companion (1979).
  • Shari Benstock & Bernard Benstock, Who’s He when He’s at Home: A James Joyce Directory (Illinois UP 1980), 234pp.
  • Roland McHugh, Annotations to “Finnegans Wake” (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1980; Johns Hopkins UP 1980; 2nd Edn. 1991; 3rd rev. edn.), 628pp.
  • Ruth Bauerle, A World List to James Joyce's Exiles (1981) [based on Penguin text of the play].
  • Danis Rose & John O’Hanlon, Understanding “Finnegans Wake”: A Guide to the Narratives of Joyce ’s Masterpiece (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1982), xxv, 341pp., ill.
  • Zack Bowen & James F. Carens, eds., A Companion to Joyce Studies (Westport: Greenwood 1984), 2 vols., 818pp. [see contents].
  • Thomas Staley, Annotated Critical Bibliography of James Joyce (Brighton: Harvester Wheatsheaf; NY; St. Martin’s Press 1989), viii, 182pp.
  • Thomas Jackson Rice, James Joyce: A Guide to Research (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1982), xxiii, 390pp.
  • Don Gifford, Joyce Annotated: Notes for “Dubliners” and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” (California UP 1982), and Do. [2nd. rev. & enl. edn] (1988; pbk. 1989), 312pp.
  • Telsumaro Hayashi, James Joyce: Research Opportunities and Dissertation Abstracts (Jefferson N.C.; London, McFarland 1985).
  • Robert Nicholson, The Ulysses Guide (London: Methuen 1988), q.p. [small format].
  • Margot Norris, A Companion to James Joyce’s Ulysses (NY: Bedford Books 1998), 255pp.
  • Don Gifford, Ulysses Annotated: Notes for James Joyce’s Ulysses (California UP 1988), 643pp. + 35pp. of Index [from p.645; available at Google Books - online].
  • Derek Attridge, ed., The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce (Cambridge: UP 1990; [2nd. edn.] 2004), 305pp. [see contents].
  • Jean-Michel Rabaté, ed., James Joyce Studies [Palgrave Advances Ser.] (London: Palgrave 2004), xviii, 293pp.
  • A. Nicholas Fargnoli & Michael Patrick Gillespie, James Joyce A to Z: An Enclyclopaedic Guide to his Life and Work (London: Bloomsbury 1995), 320pp., and Do. [rev. edn.] as Critical Companion to James Joyce: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work (NY: Facts on File 2006), xiv, 450pp. [available at Google Books - online; accessed 24.05.2014.]
  • John Coyle, ed., James Joyce, Ulysses, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism (Cambridge: Icon 2000), 186pp.
  • Roger Norburn, A James Joyce Chronology (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2004), 248pp. [partially available at Google Books online; accessed 17.11.2017].
  • Jean-Michel Rabaté, ed., James Joyce Studies [Palgrave Advances Ser.] (London: Palgrave 2004), xviii, 293pp. [contribs. Jean-Michel Rabaté, Ronald Bush, Garry Leonard, Eric Bulson, Joseph Valente, Marian Eide, Vicki Mahaffey, Laurent Milesi, Sam Slote, R. Brandon Kershner, Margot Norris & Michael Groden].
  • Eric Bulson, Cambridge Introduction to James Joyce (Cambridge UP 2006), xii, 139pp.
  • Lee Spinks, James Joyce: A Critical Guide (Edinburgh UP 2009), 248pp.

See further under separate titles - “Dubliners” , A Portrait, “Ulysses”, “Finnegans Wake”, supra.

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Bibliographies & concordances
[ See searchable Concordance of Dubliners - online. ]
  • John J[ermain] Slocum & Herbert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce (London: Hart-Davis 1953, 1957; rep. Conn: Greenwood 1971), ix, 195pp.; [?Rev. Edn. [1994])
  • Paul A. Doyle, ed., A Concordance to the Collected Poems of James Joyce (NY & London: Scarecrow Press 1966), 218pp.
  • Brendan Ó Hehir, A Gaelic Lexicon for “Finnegans Wake” and Glossary for Joyce’s Other Works (California UP 1967; London: Cambridge UP 1968), xvi, 427pp.
  • Leslie Hancock, Word Index to James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist (S. Illinois UP; London: Feffer & Simons 1967)
  • Robert Deming, A Bibliography of James Joyce Studies (Univ. of Kansas Library 1964), 180pp., and Do. [2nd Edn., rev. & enl.] (Boston: G. K. Hall 1977), ii-xii, 264pp. [orig. as James Joyce: The State of Studies. An Annotated Bibliography of All Scholarship Devoted to Joyce and His Works, Completed to January, 1961, Kansas UL, 1961.]
  • Wilhelm Füger, ed., Concordance to James Joyce’s “Dubliners”, with a Reverse Index, a Frequency List, and a Conversion Table [Alpha-Omega, Series C] (Hildesheim & NY: George Olms Verlag 1980), 874pp.
  • William M. Schutte, ed., An Index of Recurrent Elements in James Joyce’s Ulysses (Southern Illinois UP 1982), 429pp.
  • Richard Wall, ed., An Anglo-Irish Dialect Glossary for Joyce’s Work (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1986), 131pp.
  • Robert H. Deming, A Bibliography of James Joyce Studies (Lawrence: Kansas Univ. Libraries 1964), 178pp. [available as .pdf - online]; and Do. [2nd edn.] Boston: G. K. Hall 1977)
  • Clive Hart, ed., Concordance to “Finnegans Wake” (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1974), 516pp.
  • Brendan Ó Hehir & John M. Dillon, A Classical Lexicon for ‘“Finnegans Wake”’: A Glossary of the Greek and Latin in the Major Works of Joyce, including “Finnegans Wake”, the Poems, “Dubliners”, Stephen Hero, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”, Exiles, and Ulysses (California UP 1977), xvi, 427pp.
  • Ian Gunn, Ulysses Pagefinder (Edinburgh: Split Pea 1988).
  • John Coyle, ed., James Joyce, Ulysses, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism (Cambridge: Icon 2000), 186pp.

See also Alan M. Cohn [and afterwards William S. Brockman], “Checklist of Joyce Studies”, in James Joyce Quarterly.

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Photographic & topographical guides

  • Clive Hart and Leo Knuth, A Topographical Guide to James Joyce’s Ulysses, 2 vols. (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press 1975; rev. edn. 1986).
  • Bruce Bidwell & Linda Heffer, The Joycean Way: A Topographical Guide to Dubliners and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” (Dublin: Wolfhound Press; Johns Hopkins UP 1982).
  • Niall Murphy, A Bloomsday Postcard (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2004), 336pp. [240 postcards].
  • Kieran Hickey, Faithful Departed: The Dublin of Joyce’s Ulysses, recaptured from classic photographs and assembled by Kieran Hickey, with an introductory essay by Des Hickey (Swords: Word River 1982), xxxi, 74pp. [Lawrence Collection], and Do. (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2004), 104pp. [also film title by do.]
  • Ian Gunn & Clive Hart, with Harold Beck, James Joyce’s Dublin: A Topographical Guide to the Dublin of Ulysses (London: Thames & Hudson 2004) [q.pp.].
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Catalogues
  • National Book League, ed., Harriet Weaver & James Joyce: The Catalogue of the Harriet Shaw Weaver Collection of James Joyce housed in the Library of the National Book League (London: National Book League 1957; 1976).
  • Arthur James Mizener, The Cornell Joyce Collection, given to Cornell University by William G. Mennen (Ithaca, NY: Cornell Univ. Library 1958), 13pp.; LibraryAlfred Appel, Jr., James Joyce: An Appreciation [Exhibition Catalogue]; (Stanford Univ. Libraries 1964), 5pp.
  • Sidney F. Huttner, comp., intro. by Bernard Benstock, The McFarlin Library Paul and Lucie Léon/James Joyce Collection ([Tulsa]: McFarlin Library 1985), 34pp.
  • Michael Patrick Gillespie, with Erik Bradford Stocker, James Joyce’s Trieste Library: A Catalogue of Materials at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, the University of Texas at Austin (Austin: HRC 1986), 276pp. [see Chicago UP notice - infra.
  • Catherine Fahy, ed., The James Joyce - Paul Leon Papers in the National Library of Ireland: A Catalogue (National Library of Ireland 1992), 254pp.
  • Michael J. Barsanti, [comp.,] The James Joyce Collection of Alan Clodd, intro. by Vicki Mahaffey ([Philadelphia:] Rosenbach Museum & Library [2000]), 70pp., ill. [ports. (some col.)], 28 cm.
  • Edward A. Burns, & Joshua A. Gaylord, A Tour of the Darking Plain: The “Finnegans Wake” letters of Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen (UCD Press 2001)
See University of Chicago (Vol. 81, No. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 1987) - Book Notices
Patrick Gillespie, ed. Joyce's Trieste Library
- online at 25.10.2017.
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MSS Reprints, &c.
  • Michael Groden, general ed., Hans Walter Gabler, David Hayman, A. Walton Litz & Danis Rose, assoc. eds., The James Joyce Archive 63 vols. (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1977-1979). [contents].
  • Danis Rose, ed., James Joyce’s The Index Manuscript: “Finnegans Wake” Holograph Workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press 1978), 379pp.
  • Michael Groden, James Joyce’s MSS: An Index (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1980), 173pp.
  • Vincent Deane, Daniel Ferrer & Geert Lernout, eds., The “Finnegans Wake” Notebooks at Buffalo: A Reader’s Guide to the Edition (Turnhout: Brepols [2001]), 16pp.
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Studies of Individual Works

 
Dubliners
  • Peter K. Garrett, ed., Twentieth Century Interpretations of “Dubliners” (NJ: Prentice Hall 1968).
  • Warren Beck, Joyce’s “Dubliners”: Substance, Vision, and Art (Durham: Duke UP 1969).
  • Clive Hart, ed., James Joyce’s “Dubliners”: Critical Essays (NY: Viking Press 1969), 183pp. [contents]
  • Warren Beck, Joyce’s “Dubliners” : Substance, Vision and Art (Durham: Duke UP 1969).
  • James R. Baker & Thomas F. Staley, eds., James Joyce's Dubliners: A Critical Handbook [Wadsworth Guides to Literary Study] (Calif.: Wadsworth 1969), vii, 188pp.
  • Donald T. Torchiana, ‘The Opening of “Dubliners”: A Reconsideration,’ in Irish University Review, 1, 2 (Spring 1971), pp.149-60.
  • Albert J. Solomon, ‘The Backgrounds of “Eveline”’, in Éire-Ireland, 6, 3 (Autumn 1971), pp.23-38.
  • Donald T. Torchiana, ‘Joyce’s After the Race, the Races of Castlebar, and Dun Laoghaire’, in Éire-Ireland, 6, 3 (Autumn 1971), pp.119-28.
  • Morris Beja, ed., James Joyce - “Dubliners” and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Casebook (London: Macmillan 1973), 256pp. [see contents]
  • Patrick Mark Hederman, ‘The Dead Revisited’, in The Crane Bag, 2, Nos. 1 & 2 (1977), pp.29-38.
  • Clive Hart, James Joyce and the Making of “The Dead” (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1980).
  • Don Gifford, Joyce Annotated: Notes for “Dubliners” and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” (Berkeley: University of California Press 1982; rev. edn 1988), 312pp.
  • Patrick Rafroidi, James Joyce: “Dubliners” [York Notes]; (Harlow: Longman 1984).
  • Donald T. Torchiana, Backgrounds for Joyce’s “Dubliners” (Boston: Allen & Unwin 1986), xiv, 283pp.
  • Craig Hansen Werner, Dubliners: A Pluralist World [Twayne Masterwork Studies, 20] (Boston: Twayne Publ. 1988), xiv, 138pp., ill. [1p pls.].
  • Bernard Benstock, Narrative Con/Texts in “Dubliners” (London: Macmillan 1993), x, 171pp.
  • Garry M. Leonard, Reading “Dubliners” Again: A Lacanian Perspective (Syracuse UP 1993), xii, 376pp.
  • Rosa M. B. Bosinelli & Harold F. Mosher, Jnr., eds., Rejoycing: New Readings of “Dubliners” (Kentucky UP 1998), xi, 268pp.;
  • Joseph McMinn, intro. to Dubliners [by] James Joyce (Sutton: Stroud 1992), xiv, 194pp., ill. [contemp. photos], 26cm.
  • Margot Norris, Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s “Dubliners” (Pennsylvania UP 2003), viii, 279pp. [see contents.]
  • Oona Frawley, ed., A New and Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s “Dubliners” (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2004), xv, 251pp., ill.
  • Andrew Thacker, ed., “Dubliners” [Palgrave Casebook Ser.] (London: Palgrave/Macmillan 2006), 226pp. [see contents].
  • Frank Shovlin, Journey Westward: Joyce, “Dubliners”, and the Literary Revival (Cambridge UP 2012), x, 180pp.
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  • Thomas E. Connolly, Joyce’s “Portrait”: Criticism and Critiques (NY: Meredith Publishing Corp. 1962) [incls. Chester G. Anderson, ‘The Sacrificial Butter’, pp.124-36 [prev. in Accent, 12 (Winter 1952), pp.3-13; p.3.]
  • Chester G. Anderson & Hans Walter Gabler, ‘The Text of James Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”’, Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 65 (Spring 1964), pp.160-200.
  • Morris Beja, ed., James Joyce - “Dubliners” and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Casebook (London: Macmillan 1973), 256pp. [see contents]
  • Hans Walter Gabler, ‘Towards a Critical Text of James Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”, in Studies in Bibliography, 27 (1974), pp.1-53
  • Thomas F. Staley & Bernard Benstock, Approaches to Joyce’s “Portrait”: 10 Essays (Pittsburgh UP 1976), 241pp. [see contents].
  • John B. Smith, Imagery in the Mind of Stephen Dedalus: A Computer-assisted Study of Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” (Lewisburg: Bucknell UP; London: Associated UP 1980)
  • Don Gifford, Joyce Annotated: Notes for “Dubliners” and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” (California UP 1982; rev. edn 1988), 312pp.
  • Joseph Buttigieg, “A Portrait of the Artist” in A Different Perspective (Ohio UP 1987), 165pp.
  • John Cronin, ‘James Joyce: “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”’, in The Anglo-Irish Novel: 1900-1940 [Vol II] (Belfast: Appletree 1990), pp.68-79
  • David Seed, James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf 1992) [q.pp.]
  • R. B. Kershner, ed., “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” [Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism] (Basingstoke: Macmillan 1993). [q.pp.]
  • Weldon Thorton, The Antimodernism of Joyce’s “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” (Syracuse UP 1994), 352pp.
  • John Coyle, ed., James Joyce, Ulysses, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism (Cambridge: Icon 2000), 186pp.
  • Mark A. Wollaeger, ed., James Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Casebook (Oxford 2003), 372pp. [see contents].
  • John Blades, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man [Penguin Critical Studies] (Harmondsworth: Penguin 1991), ix, 196pp. [A Level Studies].
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Exiles
  • Ruth Bauerle, A Word List to James Joyce’s Exiles, programmed by Connie Jo Coker, Harold Wiebe & Clive Hart [Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, 228] (NY & London: Garland Publ. 1981), xiv, 217pp.
  • John MacNicholas, James Joyce’s Exiles: A Textual Companion (NY: Garland Publ. 1979), xiv, 208pp.
Ulysses
  • Paul Jordan Smith, A Key to the “Ulysses” of James Joyce (NY: Covici, Friede 1927, 1970), 89pp.
  • Stuart Gilbert, James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: A Study (London: Faber & Faber 1930; 2nd edn. 1932), 416pp.; Do. [ new rev. edn.] (London: Faber 1952), 407pp.; Do. (NY: Vintage Books 1953, 1955, 1967), 405pp. ; Do. (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books 1963), 364pp.
  • Miles L. Hanley, ed., Word-Index to James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Wisconsin UP 1937)
  • Frank [Spencer Curtis] Budgen, James Joyce & The Making of “Ulysses” (London: Grayson & Grayson 1934, 1937), 319pp.; Do. [rep edn.] (Indiana UP 1960 [4th reprint 1967]), 339pp., and Do. [rep. as] James Joyce and the Making of “Ulysses” and Other Writings, intro. by Clive Hart (OUP 1972, 1989) [see full text at Genetic Joyce Studies / Wisconsin Univ. - online.]
  • Richard M. Kain, Fabulous Voyager: James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Chicago: University of Chicago 1947), 299pp.
  • Rolf Loehrich, The Secret of Ulysses: An Analysis of James Joyce's Ulysses (London: Peter Owen 1955) [q.pp.].
  • William M. Schutte, Joyce and Shakespeare: A Study in the Meaning of Ulysses [Yale studies in English, 134] (Yale UP 1957), xiv, 197pp., and Do. rep. edn. ( Folcroft Press, 1970; Archon Books 1971), xiv, 197pp.
  • S[amuel] L[ois] Goldberg, The Classical Temper: A Study of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (London: Chatto & Windus 1961, 1969), 346pp.;
  • Weldon Thornton, Allusions in Ulysses: An Annotated List (N. Carolina UP 1961, 1968), 554pp.
  • A. Walton Litz, The Art of James Joyce: Method and Design in “Ulysses” and “Finnegans Wake” (London/NY: OUP [Galaxy] 1964), 152pp. [MS materials copyright Estate of James Joyce, 1961]
  • Robert Martin Adams, Surface and Symbol: The Consistency of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (NY: OUP 1962), 291pp.
  • Stanley Sultan, The Argument of “Ulysses” (Ohio State UP 1964), 485pp. [rep. edn. Oxford University Press 1987, xiv, 326pp.]
  • Susan Sutliff Brown, The Geometry of James Joyce's “Ulysses”: From Pythagoras to Poincaré [PhD Diss] (South Florida Univ. 1987/Ann Arbor: UMI 1987).
  • Clive Hart, James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Sydney UP 1968), 106pp.
  • Harry Blamires, The Bloomsday Book: A Guide through Joyce’s “Ulysses” [University Pbks., 180] (London: Methuen 1966, 1974, 1981, 1984) xii, 275pp., and Do. [revised edn. keyed to the Corrected Text, 1988, 1996), xi, 244pp.; reps. 1998, 1999, 2000; Do. Digital edn. 2006 [available at Google Books - online]
  • Weldon Thornton, Allusions in “Ulysses”: An Annotated List (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina 1968; 1982), 554pp. - available at Google Books online; [also as Allusions in “Ulysses”: A Line-by-line Reference to Joyce’s Complex Symbolism (NY: Simon & Schuster 1968)].
  • Richard Ellmann, With Ulysses: A Short History (Harmondsworth: Penguin 1968), 718pp.
  • David Hayman, “Ulysses”: The Mechanics of Meaning (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall 1970), 119pp. [introduces term ‘the arranger’, p.70.]
  • Thomas F. Staley & Bernard Benstock, eds., Approaches to “Ulysses”: Ten Essays (Pittsburgh UP; London: Henry M. Snyder & Co. 1970), xi, 289pp.
  • Clive Hart & David Hayman, eds., James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: Critical Essays (California UP 1974), 433pp. [see contents].
  • Mark Schechner, Joyce in Nighttown: A Psychoanalytical Inquiry into “Ulysses” (Berkeley: University of California 1974), 271pp.
  • Zack Bowen, Musical Allusions in the Works of James Joyce: Early Poetry through “Ulysses” (Albany: State University of NY 1974), 372pp.
  • Wolfgang Iser, The Implied Reader (1975) [deals extensively with Ulysses].
  • Michael Seidel, Epic Geography: James Joyce's “Ulysses” (Princeton UP 1976), xxiv, 265pp., ill. [maps by Thomas Crawford].
  • Marilyn French, The Book as World: James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Cambridge: Harvard UP 1976), 295pp.
  • Richard Ellmann, The Consciousness of Joyce (London: Faber & Faber 1977), 150pp.
  • Michael Groden, “Ulysses” in Progress (Princeton UP 1977), 235pp.
  • John Henry Raleigh, The Chronicle of Leopold and Molly Bloom: “Ulysses” as Narrative (California UP 1977),. xi,282pp., ill. [maps, plans]
  • James H. Maddox, Jr., Joyce’s “Ulysses” and the Assault upon Character (Rutgers UP; Hassocks: Harvester Press 1978), xi,244pp. [see extract].
  • Dorrit Cohen, Transparent Minds (1978) [deals extensively with Ulysses].
  • Hugh Kenner, “Ulysses” (London/Boston: G. Allen & Unwin 1980), 182pp.
  • Roy K. Gottfried, The Art of Joyce ’s Syntax in “Ulysses” (Georgia UP; London: Macmillan 1980), 191pp. [Bibl. pp.181-85].
  • Elliot B. Gose, Jr., The Transformation Process in James Joyce’s Ulysses (Toronto UP 1980), 228pp. [reviewed in JJQ, Winter 1983].
  • Karen Lawrence, The Odyssey of Style in “Ulysses” (Princeton UP 1981), xii, 233pp. [see full text at Genetic Joyce Studies / Wisconsin Univ. - online]
  • Peter Costello, Leopold Bloom: A Biography (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1981)
  • John Cronin, Joyce’s “Ulysses”: A Capital Idea (Belfast: QUB 1981)
  • Karen Lawrence, The Odyssey of Style in “Ulysses” (Princeton: Princeton UP 1981), 229pp.
  • Brook Thomas, James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: A Book of Many Happy Returns (Louisiana State UP 1982), 187pp.
  • Robert Janusko, Source and Structure of James Joyce’s “Oxen” (Michigan: EMI Research Press; Epping: Bowker 1983), ix, 170pp.
  • Richard E. Madtes, The “Ithaca” Chapter of “Ulysses” (Epping: Bowker 1983), 160pp.
  • Owen Wilson, James Joyce and the Beginnings of “Ulysses” (Epping: Bowker 1983), 154pp.
  • Giorgio Melchiori, ed., Joyce in Rome: The Genesis of Ulysses - a selection of inter-related contributions to the Rome Joyce centenary celebrations (Rome: Bulzoni 1984), 153pp. [incls. Diarmuid Maguire, ‘The Politics of Finnegans Wake’, pp.120-28.]
  • James Van Dyck Card, An Anatomy of “Penelope” ( Fairleigh Dickinson UP; London: Assoc. UP 1984), 167pp.
  • Lyndsey Tucker, Stephen and Bloom at Life’s Feast: Alimentary Symbolism and the Creative Process in James Joyce's “Ulysses” (Ohio State UP 1984), 177pp.
  • David Kiremidjian, A Study of Modern Parody: James Joyce’s “Ulysses”, Thomas Mann’s Dr. Faustus (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1985).
  • Cheryl Herr, Joyce’s Anatomy of Culture (Illinois: Urbana 1986), xiii, 314pp. [predom. about “Circe”]
  • Wolfhard Steppe & Hans Gabler, A Handlist to James Joyce’s “Ulysses” : A Complete Alphabetical Index to the Critical Reading Text (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1986), 300pp.
  • George C. Sandelescu, ed., Assessing the 1984 “Ulysses” (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1986), 300pp. [seee contents].
  • Jacques Derrida, Ulysses gramaphone: deux mots pour Joyce [Philosophie en effect] (Paris: Edition Galilee 1987) [rep. as ‘Joyce’s Gramaphone: Hear Yes in Joyce’, in Acts of LIterature, ed., Derek Attridge, London: Routledge, 1992, ppp.253-309.
  • Daniel R. Schwarz, Reading Joyce’s “Ulysses” (London: Macmillan 1987) [q.pp.]
  • Robert D. Newman & Weldon Thornton, eds., Joyce’s “Ulysses”: The Larger Perspective (Delaware UP; London: Assoc. UP 1987), 310pp. [see contents].
  • Don Gifford, “Ulysses” Annotated: Notes for James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (California UP 1988), 645pp.
  • Robert Nicholson, The “Ulysses” Guide (London: Methuen 1988)
  • Patrick McGee, Paperspace: Style as Ideology in Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Nebraska UP 1988), x, 243pp.
  • Ian Gunn, “Ulysses” Pagefinder (Edinburgh: Split Pea 1988)
  • Danis Rose & John O’Hanlon, The Lost Notebook: New Evidence of the Genesis of “Ulysses”, foreword by Hans Walter Gabler (Edinburgh: Split Pea 1989).
  • P. Gaskell & Clive Hart, “Ulysses”: A Review of Three Texts (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1989)
  • Bernard Benstock, ed., Critical Essays on James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Boston: G. K. Hall 1989), 331pp. [see contents].
  • David G. Wright, Ironies of “Ulysses” (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1991), 154pp.
  • Bruce Arnold, The Scandal of “Ulysses” (London: Sinclair-Stevenson; 1991); Do. (NY: St. Martin’s Press 1992); Do. [rep. as] The Scandal of “Ulysses”: The Life and Afterlife of a 20th-century Masterpiece (Dublin: Liffey Press 2004; PA: Dufour Edns. 2005), 325pp.
  • Kathleen McCormack & Irwin R. Steinberg, eds., Approaches to Teaching Joyce’s “Ulysses (NY: MLA 1993) [q.pp.]
  • Frederick K. Lang, “Ulysses” and the Irish God (NY: Bucknell UP 1993), [8], 317pp. [contents].
  • Jeffrey Segall, Joyce in America: Cultural Politics and the Trials of “Ulysses” (California UP 1993)
  • Enda Duffy, The Subaltern “Ulysses” (Minneapolis UP 1994), 212pp. [prev. as Andrew Enda Duffy, “The Subaltern Ulysses: Mapping an Aesthetics of Postcolonial Literature” [Ph. Diss.] (Harvard 1991)].
  • Richard Pearce, ed., Molly Blooms: A Polylogue on "Penelope" and Cultural Studies (Wisconsin UP 1994), 291pp. [see contents].
  • Andrew Gibson, ed., Reading Joyce’s “Circe” (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1994), 280pp. [see contents].
  • Maria Tymoczko, The Irish “Ulysses” (California UP [1994]), xvi, 391pp [online].
  • Robert Newman, Pedagogy, Praxis, “Ulysses”: Using Joyce’s Text to Transform the Classroom (Michigan UP 1995), ix, 269pp.
  • Zack Bowen, Bloom’s Old Sweet Song: Essays on Joyce and Music (Florida UP 1995), 151pp.
  • Mark Osteen, The Economy of “Ulysses”: Making Both Ends Meet [Irish Studies Ser.] (Syracuse UP 1995), xii, 472pp.
  • Vincent Sherry, James Joyce’s “Ulysses” [Landmarks of World Literature Ser.] (Cambridge UP 1994, 1997), 123pp.
  • Robert H. Bell, Jocoserious Joyce: The Fate of Folly in “Ulysses” (Florida UP 1996), 248pp.
  • Roy Gottfried, Joyce’s Iritis and the Irritated Text: The Dis-Lexic “Ulysses” (Florida UP 1996), 208pp. [electronic version: Boulder, Colorado: NetLibrary, 2001].
  • Jean Kimball, Odyssey of the Psyche: Jungian Patterns in Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Southern Illinois UP 1997) , xiv, 202pp. [rep. University Press of Florida 2003, xviii, 240pp.]
  • Neil R. Davison, James Joyce: “Ulysses”, and the Construction of Jewish Identity: Culture, Biography, and ‘the Jew’ in Modernist Europe (Cambridge UP 1998), 316pp. [available at Googe Books - online; incls. discussion of Joyce and the Dreyfus affair in 1898].
  • Margot Norris, ed., A Companion to James Joyce’s “Ulysses” [Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism] (NY: Bedford Books 1998), iix, 255pp. [contribs. incl. Jacques Derrida, Wofgang Iser, Vicki Mahaffy, Kimberley J. Devlin & Patrick McGee.]
  • Paul Vanderham, James Joyce and Censorship: The Trials of “Ulysses” (London: Macmillan 1998), 242pp.
  • Paul Schwaber, The Cast of Characters: A Reading of “Ulysses” (Yale UP 1999), 236pp.
  • M. Keith Booker, “Ulysses”: Capitalism and Colonialism (Conn: Greenwood 2000), 240pp.
  • Weldon Thornton, Voices and Values in Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Florida UP 2000), 238pp.
  • John Coyle, ed., James Joyce, “Ulysses”, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism (Cambridge: Icon 2000), 186pp.
  • Patrick McGee, Joyce Beyond Marx: History and Desire in “Ulysses” and “Finnegans Wake” (Florida UP 2001), xii, 307pp.
  • Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Dublin Helix: The Life of Language in Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Florida UP 2001), xvi, 179pp.
  • Julie Sloan Brannon, Who Reads Ulysses? The Rhetoric of the Joyce Wars and the Common Reader (London: Routledge 2003), xxii, 200pp. [see contents].
  • Ian Gunn & Clive Hart, James Joyce’s Dublin: A Topographical Guide to the Dublin of “Ulysses” (London: Thames & Hudson 2004), 160pp. [maps & photos].
  • Richard Brown, ed., Joyce, “Penelope” and the Body (Amsterdam & NY: Rodopi 2006), 204pp.
  • Brian Cosgrove, James Joyce's Negations: Irony, Indeterminacy and Nihilism in Ulysses and Other Writings (UCD Press 2007), 266pp.
  • Declan Kiberd, Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living (London: Faber & Faber 2009), xi, 399pp.
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  • Sean Latham, The Cambridge Companion to Ulysses (Cambridge UP 2014), xxvi, 224pp. [see contents]
  • Luca Crispi, Joyce’s Creative Process and the Construction of Characters in “Ulysses”: Becoming the Blooms (OUP 2016), xvii, 336pp.
  • Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce’s ‘Work in Progress’: Pre-Book Publications of Finnegans Wake Fragments [Studies in Publishing History: Manuscript, Print, Digital] (London: Routledge 2016), 312pp.
  • Joseph Hassett, The Ulysses Trials: Beauty and Truth Meet the Law (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2017), 232pp.
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Finnegans Wake
  • Samuel Beckett, et al., Our Exagmination Round His Factification for an Incamination of Work in Progress (London: Shakespeare & Co. 1929), 194pp. [see contents]; Do. [another edn.] NY: New Directions 1931, 1951; New Directions pb. 1972); and Do. (London: Faber & Faber 1936, 1961, 1972), viii, 194pp.
  • Joseph Campbell & Henry Morton Robinson, A Skeleton Key to “Finnegans Wake” (NY: Harcourt, Brace 1944), 297pp.
  • Fred. H. Higginson, Anna Livia Plurabelle: The Making of a Chapter (Minnesota UP 1960), q.pp.
  • James S. Atherton, The Books at the Wake: A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce’s “Finnegans Wake” (Carbondale: S. Illinois UP; London: Faber & Faber 1959), 307pp.; Do. [expanded and corrected] (Mamarmek, NY: Appel 1974), 314pp.; Do., (NY: Viking Press 1960; Arcturus 1974), 308pp. [orig. as MA thesis, Liverpool Univ., 1959]; [Query edn. Feffer & Simons].
  • Thomas Connolly, ed., Scribbledehobble: The Ur-Workbook for “Finnegans Wake” (Northwestern UP 1961).
  • A. Walton Litz, The Art of James Joyce: Method and Design in “Ulysses” and “Finnegans Wake” (London/NY: OUP 1961), 152pp.
  • Clive Hart, Structure and Motif in “Finnegans Wake” (London: Faber & Faber 1962), 271pp. [see full-text at Genetic Joyce Studies, Wisconsin - online];
  • David Hayman, ed., A First Draft Version of “Finnegans Wake” (Texas UP 1963). [copy accessible via FW blog page online; accessed 27.10.2017.]
  • Dounia Christiani, Scandinavian Elements in “Finnegans Wake” (Evanston: Northwestern UP 1965).
  • Bernard Benstock, Joyce-again’s Wake: An Analysis of “Finnegans Wake” (NJ: Greenwood 1965; 1975), 312pp.
  • Jack P. Dalton & Clive Hart, eds., Twelve and a Tilly: Essays on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of “Finnegans Wake” (London: Faber & Faber 1966), 142pp. [see contents].
  • Helmut Bonheim, A Lexicon of the German in “Finnegans Wake” (California UP 1967), 109pp. [see full text at Genetic Joyce Studies / Wisconsin Univ. - online].
  • Brendan Ó Hehir, A Gaelic Lexicon for “Finnegans Wake” and Glossary for Joyce’s Other Works (California UP 1967; London: Cambridge UP 1968), xvi, 427pp.
  • William York Tindall, A Reader’s Guide to “Finnegans Wake” (NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux 1969; London: Thames & Hudson 1969), vii, 339pp. Do. [rep. edn.] (Syracuse UP 1996).
  • Margaret C. Solomon, Eternal Geomater: The Sexual Universe of “Finnegans Wake” (Southern Illinois UP 1969), xi, 164pp. [see contents]
  • Michael H. Begnal & Fritz Senn, eds., A Conceptual Guide to “Finnegans Wake” (Pennsylvania State UP 1974) , 236pp. [see contents].
  • Begnal & Grace Eckley, Narrator and Character in “Finnegans Wake” (Bucknell UP 1975), 241pp.
  • Roland McHugh, The Sigla of “Finnegans Wake” (London: Edward Arnold 1976), 150pp. [see full-text at Genetic Joyce Studies, Wisconsin - online];
  • John Garvin, James Joyce’s Disunited Kingdom and the Irish Dimension (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1976), 254pp.
  • Margot Norris, The Decentred Universe of “Finnegans Wake”: A Structuralist Analysis (Johns Hopkins UP 1976), vii, 151pp. [see full-text at Genetic Joyce Studies, Wisconsin - online];
  • Bernard Benstock, James Joyce: The Undiscover’d Country (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1977), 201pp.
  • Adaline Glasheen, Third Census of ‘“Finnegans Wake”’: An Index of the Characters and their Roles [rev. edn.] (California UP 1977), 314pp. [see full-text at Genetic Joyce Studies, Wisconsin - online];
  • Louis O. Mink, A “Finnegans Wake” Gazetteer (Indiana UP 1978), xxxix, 547pp., ill. [4 lvs. of pls.; see full text at Genetic Joyce Studies / Wisconsin Univ. - online].
  • Patrick A. McCarthy, The Riddle of “Finnegans Wake” (London: AUP 1980), 177pp.
  • Roland McHugh, Annotations to “Finnegans Wake” (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1980).
  • Johns Hopkins UP 1980, 2nd Rev. Edn. 1991; 3rd rev. Edn.), 628pp.
  • Roland McHugh, The Wake Experience (Blackrock: IAP 1981), 123pp.
  • Danis Rose & John O’Hanlon, Understanding “Finnegans Wake” (NY: Garland Publishing Co. 1982)
  • William M. Schutte, ed., An Index of Recurrent Elements in James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Southern Illinois UP 1982), 429pp.
  • Nathan Halper, Studies in Joyce [Studies in Modern Literature, 5] (Epping: Bowker 1983), x,167pp.
  • Cyrus Patell, Joyce’s Use of History in “Finnegans Wake” (Cambridge: Harvard UP 1984)
  • Vincent John Cheng, Shakespeare and Joyce: A Study of “Finnegans Wake” (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1984), 271pp.
  • John Bishop, Joyce’s Book of the Dark: “Finnegans Wake” (Wisconsin UP 1986, 1995), 448pp. [see contents]
  • Grace Eckley, Children’s Lore in “Finnegans Wake” (Syracuse UP 1985), pp.250.
  • John Gordon, “Finnegans Wake”: A Plot Summary (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1986)
  • John Colm O’Sullivan, Joyce’s Use of Colors: “Finnegans Wake” and the Earlier Works (Ann Arbor/London: UMI Research 1987)
  • Michael Begnal, Dreamscheme: Narrative and Voice in “Finnegans Wake” (Syracuse UP 1988), 127pp. [partially available at Google Books - online.]
  • Geert Lernout, ed., Finnegans Wake: Fifty Years [European Joyce Studies, Vol. II] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 1990), 173pp. [see contents]
  • Kimberley Devlin, Wandering and Return in “Finnegans Wake”: An Integrative Approach to Joyce’s Fiction (Princeton UP 1991).
  • Patrick A. McCarthy, ed., Critical Essays on James Joyce's “Finnegans Wake” (NY: G. K. Hall; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan 1992), xi, 274pp. [see contents]
  • Peter Myers, The Sounds of “Finnegans Wake” (London: Macmillan 1992), 195pp.
  • Thomas C. Hofheinz, Joyce and the Invention of Irish History: “Finnegans Wake” in Context (Cambridge UP 1995), 200pp.
  • Sheldon Brivic, Joyce’s Waking Women: An Introduction to “Finnegans Wake” (Madison: University of Wisconsin 1995) [q.pp.]
  • David Hayman & Sam Slote, eds., Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1995), 279pp. [see contents].
  • Danis Rose, The Textual Diaries of James Joyce (Dublin: Lilliput Press 1995), 198pp.
  • Matthew J. C. Hodgart & Ruth Bauerle, Joyce’s Grand Operoar: Opera in “Finnegans Wake” (Urbana: Illinois UP 1997), 341pp. [see contents].
  • Eric McLuhan, The Role of Thunder in “Finnegans Wake” (Toronto UP 1997), 340pp. [partially available at Google Books online].
  • Patrick McGee, Joyce Beyond Marx: History and Desire in “Ulysses” and “Finnegans Wake” (Florida UP 2001)
  • Edward M. Burns & Joshua A. Gaylord, eds., A Tour of the Darking Plain: The “Finnegans Wake” Letters of Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen (UCD Press 2001), 738pp.
  • Augusto & Harold de Campos, Panorama do Finnegans Wake [orig. 1962; 4th rev. edn.] (São Paolo: Editora Perspectiva 2001), 215pp. [Editorial note, 17; preface to 4th Edn., 21; Preface to 2nd Edn., 23; Panorama em Português, 27; Fragmentos, 39; Apendices [‘Introdução a um Assunto Estranho’ b Joseph Campbell and Henry Morton Robinson, 144; and commentaries variously by Augusto and Harold de Campus, 151 et seq.]
  • Yu-Chen Lin, Justice, History, and Language in James Joyce’s “Finnegans Wake” [Studies in Irish Literature, 9] (NY: Edwin Mellen Press 2002), xiii, 193pp.
  • Donald Phillip Verene, Knowledge of Things Human and Divine: Vico’s New Science and Finnegans Wake (Yale UP 2003), 264pp.
  • Antonio Carlos de Araujo Cintra, O Lusobrasileirês No Finneganês: Un Vocabulário da língua portuguesa no Finnegans Wake, [introduced by] Haroldo de Campos (São Paolo: Editora Olavobás 2003), 75pp. [Apresentacão: “O português finneganizando/Finneganised Portuguese”, pp.6-8; pp.32-34 - see extracts].
  • Terence Killeen, “Ulysses” Unbound: A Reader’s Companion to James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Bray: Wordwell [in assoc. with NLI] 2005), 259pp.
  • Luca Crispi & Sam Slote, eds., How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter by Chapter Genetic Guide (Wisconsin UP 2007), xix, 522pp. [see contents].
  • John P. Anderson, Joyce’s Finnegans Wake: The Curse of Kabbalah, 5 Vols (Universal-Publishers 2008-11). [vol. 5, 379pp.
  • Len Platt, Joyce, Race and Finnegans Wake (Cambridge UP 2007), ix, 211pp. [see contents].
  • Finn Fordham, Lots of Fun at Finnegans Wake: Unravelling Universals (Oxford: OUP 2007; 2013), 270pp. [see contents].
  • Dirce Waltrick de Amarante, Para ler Finnegans Wake de James Joyce ((São Paolo: Editora Illuminaras Ltda. 2009), 164pp.
    Philip Kitcher, Joyce’s Kaleidoscope: An Invitation to Finnegans Wake (Oxford: OUP 2007), xxiii, 304.
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  • Lucia Boldrini, Joyce, Dante, and the Poetics of Literary Relations: Language and Meaning in Finnegan Wake [first in print format 2001](Cambridge UP 2014), 233pp.
  • Alison Lacivita, The Ecology of Finnegans Wake [The Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP 2014), 288pp.
 

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