James Joyce Criticism - File 3: Tables of Contents - 1 of 2


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General Index of Criticism

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Essay & Conference Collections
Criticism & Reference [title & type]*
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*i.e., On individual works (e.g., Dubliners, Ulysses, &c.) or else by type (e.g., Biography or Chronology, &c.)

Tables of Contents - Monographs & Collections (Files 4 & 5)
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Samuel Beckett (1929)
Seon Givens (1948)
Jack P. Dalton (1966)
Maria Jolas (1949)
Thomas Staley, ed., (1966)
Maurice Harmon (1967)
Ulick O’Connor (1967)
Clive Hart (1969)
Margaret C. Solomon (1969)
John Ryan (1970)
R. Deming (1970) [Vol. I]
R. Deming (1970) [Vol. II]
Malcolm Brown (1972)
Maurice Beja (1973)
Hart & Hayman (1974)
Begnal & Senn (1974)
Staley & Benstock (1976)
McCrory & Unterecker (1976)
Michael Groden (1977-79)
Willard Potts (1979)
George J. Watson (1979)
Colin MacCabe (1982)
... See RICORSO Library > Criticism > On Major Writers > Joyce [infra]
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Maurice Harmon (1967)
Bushrui & Benstock (1982)
Henke & Unkeless (1982)
E. L. Epstein, et al. (1982)
McCormack & Stead (1982)
Attridge & Ferrer (1984)
Heyward Ehrlich (1984)
Bowen & Carens (1984)
Richard Brown (1984)
Bernard Benstock (1985)
Harold Bloom (1986)
George C. Sandelescu (1986)
Jacques Aubert (1987)
Donald Phillip Verene (1987)
David Lloyd (1987)
Christine van Boheemen (1989)
Bernard Benstock (1989)
Augustine Martin (1990)
Derek Attridge (1990)
Geert Lernout (1990)
E. H. Mikhail (1990)
Dunleavy, Friedman & Gillespie (1991)
Richard Brown (1992)
Cheng & Martin (1992)
Patrick A. McCarthy (1992)
David Lloyd (1993)
Mary T. Reynolds (1993)
Frederick K. Lang (1993)
Susan S. Friedman (1993)
Richard Pearce (1994)
Andrew Gibson (1994)
John Harty III (1995) Hayman & Slote (1995)
John Bishop (1995)
Wollaeger, Luftig & Spoo (1996)
R. B. Kershner (1996)
Andrew Gibson (1996)
Hodgart & Ruth Bauerle (1997)
Cheng, Devlin & Norris (1998)
Michael Patrick Gillespie (1999)
Attridge & Howes (2000)
Zeller, Frehner & Vogel (2000)
van Boheemen-Saaf & Lamos (2001)
Marian Eide (2002)
Laurent Milesi (2003)
Mark A. Wollaeger (2003)
Julia Sloan Brannon (2003)
Margot Norris (2003)
Julia Sloan Brannon (2003)
Jean-Michel Rabaté (2004)
Ian Pinder (2004)
Lucca Crispi [NLI] (2004-05)
Fogarty & Martin (2005)
Andrew Thacker (2006)
Lucca Crispi & Sam Slote (2007)
Len Platt (2007)
Rubin Borg (2007)
Alistair Cook (2008)
Richard Brown (2008)
Harold Bloom (2009)
Sean Latham (2010)
Finn Fordham (2010)
John McCourt (2010)
V. Bénejam & J. Bishop (2011)
Maurizia Boscgali & Enda Duffy (2011)
Frank Shovlin (2012)
John Nash (2013)


Critical Journals: James Joyce Quarterly; Joyce Studies; James Joyce Broadsheet; James Joyce Supplement; The Joyce Annual (UCD); also Lettres Nouvelles (June 1957) [contains Joyce’s ‘Notes Pour Les Exiles’, and arts. on Ulysses by William Empson and Jean Paris].

[Samuel Beckett, et. al. [& ed.], Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress (Paris: Shakespeare & Co. 1929) -

OUR EXAGMINATION | ROUND HIS FACTIFICATION | FOR INCAMINATION | OF WORK IN PROGRESS | BY | SAMUEL BECKETT, MARCEL BRION, FRANK BUDGEN, | STUART GILBERT, EUGENE JOLAS, VICTOR LLONA, | ROBERT McALMON, THOMAS McGREEVY, | ELLIOT PAUL, JOHN RODKER, ROBERT SAGE, | WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS | with | LETTERS OF PROTEST | BY | G. V. L. SLINGSBY AND VLADIMIR DIXON. | SHAKESPEARE AND COMPANY | SYLVIA BEACH | 12, RUE DE L'ODÉON - PARIS | [rule] | MCMXXIX

 

t.p. transcribed with original as item 84 in Exhibition of Joyce materials at State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo (Lockwood Library) - online; accessed 20.05.2012.

CONTENTS: Samuel Beckett, ‘Dante... Bruno, Vico.. Joyce’ [1-22]; Marcel Brion, ‘The Idea of Time in the Work of James Joyce’ [23-34]; Frank Budgen, ‘James Joyce’s Work in Progress and Old Norse Poetry’ [35-46]; Stuart Gilbert, ‘Prolegomena to Work in Progress’ [47-76]; Eugene Jolas, ‘The Revolution of Language and James Joyce’ [77-92]; Victor Llona, ‘I Dont Know What to Call It but Its Mighty Unlike Prose’ [93-102]; Robert McAlmon, ‘Mr. Joyce Directs an Irish Word Ballet’ [103-16]; Thomas McGreevy, ‘The Catholic Element in Work in Progress’ [117-27]; Elliot Paul, ‘Mr. Joyce’s Treatment of Plot’ [129-38]; John Rodker, ‘Joyce and his Dynamic’ [139-46]; Robert Sage, ‘Before Ulysses, and After’ [147-70]; W. C. Williams, ‘A Point for American Criticism’ [171-85]; Two Letters of Protest: G. V. L. Slingsby, ‘Writes a Common Reader’ [189-92]; Vladimir Dixon, ‘A Litter to Mr. James Joyce’. [193-94].

Note: The 1962 New Directions Edition is prefaced with Introduction by Sylvia Beach [vii-viii] in which the Dixon piece is erroneously attrib. to Joyce, as being now known to have been a real person.]

Seon Givens, ed., James Joyce: Two Decades of Criticism (NY: Vanguard 1948; rep. 1963). CONTENTS: Eugene Jolas, ‘My Friend James Joyce’; Frank Budgen, ‘James Joyce’; Irene Hendry, ‘Joyce’s Epiphanies’; R. Levin-C. Shattuck, ‘First Flight to Ithaca’; James T. Farrell, ‘Exiles and Ibsen’; Hugh Kenner, ‘The Portrait in Perspective’; James T. Farrell, ‘Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist’; T. S. Eliot, ‘Ulysses, Order, and Myth’ [p.201]; S. Foster Damon, ‘The Odyssey in Dublin’; Philip Toynbee, ‘A Study of James Joyce’s Ulysses’; Vivian Mercier, ‘Dublin under the Joyces’; William Troy, ‘Notes on Finnegans Wake’; Edmund Wilson, ‘The Dream of H. C. Earwicker’; Frank Budgen, ‘Joyce’s Chapters of Going Forth by Day’; Joseph Campbell, ‘Finnegan the Wake’; Frederick J. Hoffman, ‘Infroyce’; J. F. Hendry, ‘James Joyce’; Stuart Gilbert, ‘James Joyce’; T. S. Eliot, ‘A Message to the Fish’.

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. CONTENTS: Padraic Colum, ‘In Memory of James Joyce’ [9]; Frank Budgen, ‘Resurrection’ [11]; Frederick J. Hoffman, ‘“The Seim Anew”: Flux and Family in Finnegans Wake’ [16]; Vivian Mercier, ‘James Joyce and the Macaronic Tradition’ [26]; Fritz Senn, ‘Insects Appalling’ [36]; Robert F. Gleckner, ‘Byron on Finnegans Wake’ [40]; James Atherton, ‘Sport and Games in Finnegans Wake’ [65]; J. Mitchell Morse, ‘On Teaching Finnegans Wake’ [72]; Nathan Halper, ‘The Date of Earwicker’s Dream’ [72]; Richard Kain, ‘“Nothing Odd Will Do Long”: Some Thoughts on Finnegans Wake Twenty-five Years Later’ [91]; A. Walton Litz, ‘Use of the Finnegans Wake Manuscripts’ [99]; David Hayman, ‘“Scribbledehobbles and How They Grew: A Turning Point in the Development of a Chapter’ [107]; Jack P. Dalton, ‘Advertisement for the Restoration’ [119]; References [138]; Contributors [139]; Editorial Afterword [141].

Maria Jolas, ed., James Joyce Yearbook (Paris: transition press 1949), 195pp. CONTENTS: Stuart Gilbert, ‘Sketch of a scenario of Anna Livia Plurabelle’; Wladimir Weidlé, ‘On the present state of poetic language’; Louis Gillet, ‘Stele for James Joyce’; Roland von Weber, ‘On and about Joyce’s Exiles’; Hermann Broch, ‘Joyce and the present age’; Heinrich Straumann, ‘Last meeting with Joyce’; Paul Léon, ‘In memory of Joyce’; Philippe Soupault, ‘Recollections of James Joyce’; Clémence Ramnoux. ‘The Finn cycle’; Ad-writer, ‘Interview with Mr. John Stanislas Joyce’ [prob. a hoax by Brian O'Nolan].

Thomas Staley, ed. James Joyce Today: Essays on the Major Works (Indiana UP 1966; rep. 1970), viii, 183pp. CONTENTS: R. G. Kelly, ‘Joyce Hero’; Herbert Howarth, ‘Chamber Music and Its Place in the Joyce Canon’; James S. Atherton, ‘The Joyce of Dubliners’; William T. Noon, ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: After Fifty Years’; Richard M. Kain, ‘The Position of Ulysses Today; W. Blissett, ‘James Joyce in the Smithy of his Soul’; Clive Hart, ‘Finnegans Wake in Perspective.’

Maurice Harmon, ed., The Celtic Master: Essays by Donagh MacDonagh, Niall Montgomery, Norman Silverstein, Margaret C. Solomon, Stanley Sultan [First James Joyce Symposium in Dublin, 1967] (Dublin: Dolmen Press 1969), 57pp. CONTENTS: Maurice Harmon, Introduction [7]; Niall Montgomery, ‘A Context for Mr. Joyce’s Work’ [9]; ‘The Lass of Aughrim or the Betrayal of James Joyce’; Norman Silverstein, ‘Evolution of the Nighttown Setting’ [27]; Margaret C. Solomon, ‘The Phallic Tree of Finnegans Wake [37]; Stanley Sultan, ‘A Joycean Look at the Playboy of the Western World’ [45].

Ulick O’Connor, ed. & intro., The Joyce We Knew (Cork: Mercier Press 1967; rep. Brandon Press 2004), 126pp., ill. CONTENTS: Introduction, pp.7-18; contribs. Eugene Sheehy, pp.19-38 [see extract]; William G. Fallon, pp.39-56 [see extract]; Padraic Colum, pp.57-83 [see extract]; Arthur Power, pp.85-111; Sean Lester, 113-26 [End]. Inside front and end-paper holds cubist picture of Joyce by Arthur Power (“James of the Joyces”), orig. presented to O’Connor and reproduced by permission of Sothebys.

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Clive Hart, ed., James Joyce’s Dubliners: Critical Essays (NY: Viking Press 1969), 183pp. CONTENTS: Clive Hart, Preface; John William Corrington, ‘The Sisters’ [13]; Fritz Senn, ‘An Encounter’ [26]; J.S. Atherton, ‘Araby’ [39]; Clive Hart, ‘Eveline’ [48]; Zack Bowen, ‘After the Race’ [53]; A. Walton Litz, ‘Two Gallants’ [62]; Nathan Halper, ‘The Boarding House’ [72]; Robert Boyle, ‘A Little Cloud’ [84]; Robert Scholes, ‘Counterparts’ [93]; Adaline Glasheen, ‘Clay’ [100]; Thomas E. Connolly, ‘A Painful Case’ [107]; M. J. C. Hodgart, ‘Ivy Day in the Committee Room’ [115]; David Hayman, ‘A Mother’ [122]; Richard M. Kain, ‘Grace’ [134]; Bernard Benstock. ‘The Dead’ [153]; Appendix - Supplementary Notes [171]; Contributors [181-83].

Margaret C. Solomon, Eternal Geomater: The Sexual Universe of Finnegans Wake (Southern Illinois UP 1969), xi, 164pp. CONTENTS: Introduction [v]; I. Three Times Is a Charm: The Prankquean [3]; 2. The Game of Colours [21]; 3. The Captain, and the Russian General [3]; 4 The Door [50]; II: The Letter [50]; 5. T [59]; 6. Tree [70]; 7. Tea [77]; 8. The [81]; III. Key Figures [9]; Three, Two, and One [89]; 10. Plain Geometry [103]; 11. The Coach with the Sex Insides [113]; Notes [133]; Index [157].

John Ryan, ed., A Bash in the Tunnel: James Joyce by the Irish (Brighton: Clifton Books 1970), 259pp. Frontis. ‘James Joyce’ by Sean O’Sullivan, RHA [chalk]; [untitled] poem by John Montague; CONTENTS: Introduction [9; see extract]; Brian Nolan [aka Flann O’Brien], ‘A Bash in the Tunnel’ [15; see extract]; Samuel Beckett, ‘Dante ... Bruno ... Vico ... Joyce’ [21; see extract]; W. B. Stanford, ‘The Mysticism that Pleased Him: A Note on the Primary Source of Joyce’s Ulysses’ [35]; Edna O’Brien, ‘Dear Mr. Joyce’ [43; extract]; Patrick Kavanagh, ‘Who Killed James Joyce?’ [49; see extract]; Joseph Hone, ‘A Recollection of James Joyce’ [53; see extract]; Aidan Higgins, ‘Tired Lines: Or Tales My Mother Told Me’ [55]; Niall Montgomery, ‘Joyeux quicum Ulysse ... swissairis dubellay gadelice’ [61]; Ulick O’Connor, ‘Joyce and Gogarty’ [73]; Stanislaus Joyce, ‘The Bud’ [101]; John Jordan, ‘Joyce Without Tears: A Personal Journey’ [135; see extract]; Eoin O’Mahony, ‘Father Conmee and his Associates’ [147]; Patrick Boyle, ‘Drums and guns, and guns and drums. Hurrah! hurrah!’ [157]; Denis Johnston, ‘A Short View of the Progress of Joyceanity’ [163; see extract]; Andrew Cass [John Garvin], ‘Childe Horrid’s pilgrimace’ [169]; Arthur Power, ‘James Joyce: The Internationalist’ [181]; Bernard Share, ‘Downes’s cakeshop and Williams’s Jam’ [189]; bJ. B. Lyons, ‘Doctors and Hospitals’ [193]; F. Harvey, ‘Stephen Hero and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: The Intervention of Style in a Work of the Creative Imagination’ [203]; Monk Gibbon, ‘The Unraised Hat’ [209; see extract]; Thomas McGreevy, ‘The Catholic Element in Work in Progress’ [213]; John Francis Byrne, ‘Diseases of the Ox’ [221]; Benedict Kiely, ‘The Artist on the Giant’s Grave’ [235]; ‘What the Irish Papers Said: The Obituary Memoirs Appearing in the Irish papers of January 1941’ [243]; Notes on Contributors [251]; Index [255].

Robert Deming, ed., James Joyce: The Critical Heritage [2 vols.] (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1970). Vol. 1, CONTENTS: NOTES ON THE TEXT [xiii]; INTRODUCTION [I]. 1. GEORGE RUSSELL (AE) on James Joyce 1902 [32]; 2. AE on Joyce 1902 [33]; 3. STANISLAUS JOYCE on his brother 1903 [33]; 4. Æ [George Russell] on Joyce 1903 [34]; 5. STANISLAUS on Joyce 1904 [35]; 6. AE on Joyce 1905 [35]. Chamber Music (1907): 7 ARTHUR SYMONS on Joyce 1906 [36]; 8. THOMAS KETTLE, review in Freeman’s Journal, 1907 [37]; 9. SYMONS, review in Nation, 1907 [38]; 10. Notice in Bookman (London) 1907 [40]; 11. Opinions of Chamber Music, 1907 [41]; 12 Review in Egoist 19A 43]; 13. ‘M. A.’ review in New Republic 1919 [43]; 14 MORTON D. ZABEL on Chamber Music, 1930 45]; 15. LOUIS GOLDING on Joyce’s poetry, [Nineteenth Century & After] 1933 [49]; 16. ARTHUR SYMONS on Joyce’s poetry, 1933 [52]; 17. ITALO SVEVO on Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist, 1909 [56]. Dubliners (1914): 18. An Irish view of Dubliners, 1908 [by Joseph Hone] [58]; 19. SYMONS on Dubliners, 1914 59]; 20. Review in Times Literary Supplement, 194 [60]; 21. Review in Athenaeum, 1914 [61]; 22. GERALD GOULD on Dubliners, 1914 [62]; 23. Review in Everyman, 1914 [64]; 24. Review in Academy, 1914 [65]; 25. EZRA POUND on Dubliners, 1914 [66]; 26. Review in Irish Book Lover, 1914 [68]; 27. A French view of Dubliners, 1926 [69]; 28. Review of the French translation, 1926 [71]; 29. Another French view of Dubliners, 1926 [72]; 30. Review of the French translation, 1926 [73]; 31. A later opinion of Dubliners, 1930 [75]; 32. Review of the German translation, 1934 [76]. Opinions (1915-16): 33/ POUND to H. L. Meticken 1915 [78]; 34. POUND to Mencken, 1915 [78]; 35. W. B. YEATS to Edmund Gosse 1915 [79]; 36. W. B. YEATS on Joyce 1915 [79]; 37. GEORGE MOORE on Joyce 1916 [80]. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916): 38. Reader’s Report on A Portrait of the Artist 1916 [81]; 39. POUND on A Portrait, 1917 [82]; 40. Review in Everyman, 1917 [85]; 41. H. G. WELLs, review in Nation, 1917 [86]; 42 A. CLUTTON-BR0CK, review in Times Literary Supplement, 1917 [89]; 43 Review in Literary World, 1917 [91]; 44 Review in Manchester Guardian, 1917 [92]; 45. FRANCIS HACKETT, review in New Republic, 1917 [94]; 46 Notice in Nation (NY), 1917 [97]; 47. Review in Freeman’s Journal, 1917 [98]; 48. J. C. SQUIRE, review in New Statesman, 1917 [99]; 49. Review in Irish Book Lover, 1917 [102]; 50. JOHN QUINN, review in Vanity Fair, 1917 [103]; 51. VAN WYCK BROOKS, review in Seven Arts, 1917 [106]; 52. JOHN MACY, review of A Portrait and Dubliners, 1917 [107]; 53. Review in New Age, 1917 [110]. Comments on A Portrait (1917-22): 54. STANISLAUS on A Portrait, 1904 [112]; 55. POUND to John Quinn, 1917 [113]; 56. An Italian comment on A Portrait, 1917 [114]; 57. JANE HEAP on Joyce, 1917 [117]; 58. MARGARET ANDERSON on Joyce, 1917 [118]; 59. A POUND editorial on Joyce and Wyndham Lewis, 1917 [119]; 60. WYNDHAM LEWIS on A Portrait, 1937 [120]; 61. JOHN F. HARRIS on the unconventional 1918 [121]; 62. HART CRANE on Joyce and ethics, 1918 [123]; 63. VIRGINIA WOOLF on modern Novels, 1919 [125]; 64. FLORENT FELS, review of A Portrait, 1920 [127]; 65. FORD MADOX FORD on Joyce, 1922 [128]. Exiles (1918): 66. GEORGE BERNARD SHAW, the Stage Society and Exiles 130]; 67. G.B.S., the Stage Society and Exiles 132]; 68. POUND on Exiles and the modern drama 1916 [133]; 69. Review [by JWG] in Freeman’s Journal, 1918 [135]; 70. A. CLUTTON-BROCK, review in Times Literary Supplement, 1918 [137]; 71. DESMOND MacCARTHY, review in New Statesman, 1918 [140]; 72. PADRAIC COLUM, review in Nation, 1918 [144]; 73. FRANCIS HACKETT, review in New Republic, 1918 [146]; 74. Little Review symposium on Exiles 1919 [148]; 75. A French comment on Exiles 1919 [154]; 76. FRANCIS FERGUSSON on Exiles and Ibsen, 1932 [155]; 77. BERNARD BANDLER on Exiles, 1933 [159]. Some Views from 1918 to 1921: 78. P. BEAUMONT WADSWORTH on Joyce, 1917 [161]; 79. POUND to Mencken 1915 [162]; 80 POUND to John Quinn, 1918 [163]; 81. PADRAIC COLUM on Joyce and Dublin, 1918 [163]; 82. POUND on the early works 1918, 167]; 83. SILVIO BENCO on Joyce and Trieste 1918 [170]; 84 YEATS to John Quinn, 1918 [172]; 85. SCOFIELD THAYER on Joyce’s works, 1918 [173]; 86. POUND to John Quinn, 1920 [176]; 87. EVELYN SCOTT on Joyce and modernity 1920 [177]; 88. J. C. SQUIRE on Joyce, 1921 [181]; 89. ARTHUR POWER on Joyce, 1921 [182]; 90. Joyce and Jazz Prose, 1921 [183]. Ulysses (1922): 91. VALERY LARBAUD, reaction to Ulysses, 1921 [184]; 92. Ulysses and censorship, 1921 [185]; 93. RICHARD ALDINGTON on the influence of Joyce, 1921 [186]; 94 SHAW’s reaction to the Ulysses prospectus, 1921 [189]. Ulysses: Reviews: 95. Review in Daily Express, 1922 [191]; 96. Review in Sporting Times (The Pink ’Un), 1922 [192]; 97. Review in Evening News, 1922 [194]; 98. JOHN M. MURRY, review in Nation & Athenaaeum, 1922 [195]; 99 HOLBROOK JACKSON, review in To-Day, 1922 [198]; 100. Review in Dublin Review, 1922 [200]; 101. Reaction to a review, 1922 [204]; 102. SHANE LESLIE, review in Quarterly Review, 1922 [206]; 103. GEORGE REHM, review in Chicago Tribune, 1922 [212]; 104. SISLEY HUDDLESTON, review in Observer, 1922 [213]; IO5. GEORGE SLOCOMBE, review in Daily Herald, 1922 [217]; 106. ARNOLD BENNETT, review in Outlook, 1922 [219]; 107. JOSEPH COLLINS, review in New York Times, 1922 [222]; 108. EDMUND WILSON, review in New Republic, 1922 [227]; 109. MARY COLUM, review in Freeman, 1922 [231]; 110 GILBERT SELDES, review in Nation, 1922 [235]. Ulysses: Reviews of the American Edition (1934): 111. HORACE GREGORY, review in New York Herald Tribune, 1934 [240]; 112. GILBERT SELDES, review in New York Evening Journal, 1934 [241]; 113. Review in Carnegie Magazine, 1934 [242]; 114. ROBERT CANTWELL, review in New Outlook, 1934 [245]; 115. EDWIN BAIRD, review in Real America, 1934 [245]; 116. Review of the English edition in New Statesman, 1936 [247]; 117. Review of the English edition in Times Literary Supplement, 1937 [250]. Contemporary Critical Opinions: 118. VALÉRY LARBAUD on Joyce, 1922 [252]; 119 POUND on Ulysses and Flaubert, 1922 [263]; 120. T. S. ELIOT on Ulysses and myth, 1923 [268]; 121. JOHN EGLINTON on Joyce’s method, 1922 [271]; 122. C.ECIL MAITLAND on the Catholic tradition, 1922 [272]; 123. ALFRED NOYES on literary Bolshevism, 1922 [274]; 124. FORD MADOX FORD on Ulysses and indecency, 1922 [276]; 125. PAUL CLAUDEL on Ulysses, 1922 [279]; 126. ROBERT McALMON on Joyce and Ulysses 1920-22 [280]; 127. OLIVER ST. JOHN GOGARTY comment on Ulysses, 1922 [282]; 128. GERTRUDE STEIN on Joyce [283]; 129. YEATS to OLIVIA SHAKESPEAR, 1922 [284]; 130. HART CRANE on Ulysses, 1922 [284]; 131. FORD MADOX FORD on Ulysses, 1922 [285]; 132. 1923: GEORGE SLOCOMBE on Joyce, 1923 [286]; 133. ALEISTER CROWLEY on the novel of the mind, 1923 [287]; 134. An interview with VALÉRY LARBAUD, 1923 [289]; 135. YEATs and the Dublin Philosophical Society, 1923 [290]. 1923 Ulysses: 136. An Irish comment on Ulysses, 1923 [292]; 137. An Irish Opinion of Joyce, 1923 [297]; 138. STEPH.BN GWYNN on modern Irish literature, 1923 [299]; 139. ERNEST BOYD on Ireland’s literary renaissance, 1923 [301]. 1924 Ulysses: 140. F. M. FORD on the cadence of Joyce’s prose, 1924 [306]; 141. Comment on YEAT’s discovery of Joyce,1924 [307]; 142. ALEC WAUGH on Joyce’s style, 1924 [308]; 143. FRANKLIN ADAMS, comment on Ulysses, 1924 [309]; 144. JULIEN GREEN comments on Ulysses, 1924 [309]; 145 EDMUND GOS SE to Louis Gillet, 1924 [313]; 146. LOUIS CAZAMIAN on Joyce and Ulysses, 1924 [314]. 1925: 147 ERNEST BOYD on Joyce, 1925 320]; 148. EDMUND WILSON on Joyce as a poet, 1925 [322]; 1925 Ulysses: 149. R. H. PENDER on Ulysses, 1925 [325]; 150. EDWIN MUIR on the meaning of Ulysses, 1925 [327]; 151. A French critique of Louis Gillet, 1925 [335]; 152. German comment on Ulysses by BERNHARD FEHR, 1925 [336]. 1926: 153. RENÉ LALOU on Joyce’s works, 1926 [344]; 154. POUND on’Work in Progress’, 1926 [346]. Pomes Penyeach (1927): 155. GEORGE SLOCOMBE, review in Daily Herald, 1927 [347]; 156. A review in Irish Statesman, 1927 [348]; 157. Review in Nation, 1927 [349]; 158. MARCEL BRION, review in Les Nouvelles littéraires, 1927 [350]; 159. EDMUND WILSON, review in New Republic, 1927 [351]; 160 PADRAIC COLUM, review in New York World, 1928 [352]; 161. ROBERT HILLYER, comment in New Adelphi, 1928 [353]. 1927: 162. YEATS on Joyce in the Irish Senate, 1927 [354]. 1927 Ulysses: 163. ITALO SVEVO, lecture on Joyce at Milan, 1927 [355]; 164. ARMIN KESSER on the German Ulysses, 1927 [357]; 165. WYNDHAM LEWIS on time in Joyce, 1927 [359]; 166. HERBERT GORMAN on Joyce’s form, 1927 [366]; 167. YVAN GOLL on Ulysses, 1927 [368]; 168. Another GOLL comment on Ulysses, 1927 [370]. 1927 ‘Work in Progress’: 169. MARY COLUM on the enigma of ‘Work in Progress’, 1927 [373]; 170. HENRY SEIDEL CANBY, reaction to ‘Work in Progress’, 1927 [374]; 171. ‘AFFABLE HAWK’ [Desmond MacCarthy] dissatisfaction with ‘Work in Progress’, 1927 [375]; 172 WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS on Joyce’s style, 1927 [377]; 173 EUGENE JOLAS et al., answer Wyndham Lewis, 1927 [379]; 174. GERTRUDE STEIN and T. S. ELIOT on Joyce, 1927 [380]; 175. EUGENE JOLAS, memoir of Joyce, 1927 [381]. End Vol. 1.

[ Note: a search-only copy of volume has been digitised by Google and is available in Internet - online. ]

Robert Deming, ed., James Joyce: The Critical Heritage [2 vols.] (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1970). Vol. 2, CONTENTS: Anna Livia Plurabelle [ALP] (1928): 176. Early reaction from STANISLAUS JOYCE, 1924 [387]; 177. PADRAIC COLUM, Preface for Anna Livia Plurabelle, 1928 [388]; 178. SEAN O’FAOLAIN on the language of ALP, 1928 [391]; 179. GERALD GOULD, comment in Observer, 1928 [392]; 180. Review in Times Literary Supplement, 1928 [394]; 181. review in Irish Statesman, 1928 [395]; 182. O’FAOLAIN, reply to review in Irish Statesman, 1929 [396]; 183. EUGÈNE JOLAS, reply to Sean O’Faolain, 1929 [398]; 184. O’FAOLAIN, reply to EUGÈNE Jolas, 1929 [399]; 185. CYRIL CONNOLLY, review in Life and Letters, 1929 [401]; 186. ARNOLD BENNETT, comment in London Evening Standard, 1929 [404]; 187 LEON EDEL on Work in Progress, 1930 [405]; 188. G. W. STONIER, review of ALP and Haveth Childers Everywhere, 1930 [408]; 189. Times Literary Supplement review of ALP and HCE, 1930 [411]; 190. O’FAOLAIN re-reading of ALP, 1930 [413]; 191 PHILIPPE SOUPAULT and the French translation of ALP, 1931 [414]; 192. French comment on ‘Work in Progress’, 1931 [415]; 193 MAX EASTMAN, interview with Joyce about ALP, 1931 [416]. 1928: 194. F. SCOTT FITZGERALD and Joyce, 1928 [420]; 195. ELLEN GLASGOW on the novel, 1928 [421]; 196. DENIS MARION on Joyce, 1928 [422]. 1928 Ulysses: 197. SISLEY HUDDLESTON on Joyce and Sylvia Beach, 1928 [423]; 198. A French comment on Joyce the romancier, 1928 [427]; 199. REBECCA WEST on Joyce, 1928 [430]; 200 CAROLA GIEDION-WELCKER on Ulysses, 1928 [437]; 201. STEFAN ZWEIG on Ulysses, 1928 [444]; 202. GERHARDT HAUPTMANN on Ulysses, 1928 [447]; 203. ERNST R. CURTIUS on Joyce’s works, 1928 [447]; 204. WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS On Ulysses, 1928 [451]. 1928 Work in Progress: 205. JACK LINDSAY on the modern consciousness, 1928 [453]; 206. ROBERT MCALMON on Joyce, transition and ALP, 1928 [454]; 207. H. G. WELLS deserts the standard, 1928 [457]. 1929: 208 JOHN EGLINTON on Joyce’s emancipation, 1929 [459]. 1929 Ulysses: 209. JACK KAHANE, comment on Ulysses, 1929 [460]; 210. WYNDHAM LEWIS to A. Symons on Ulysses, 1929 [461]; 211. ADRIENNE MONNIER on Ulysses and French public, 1929 [462]; 212. ERNST R. CURTIUS on Ulysses, 1929 [466]; 213. JEAN CASSOU, review of French Ulysses, 1929 [470]; 214. ARNOLD BENNETT on the influence of Ulysses, 1929 [473]; 215. MARCEL BRION, review of Ulysses, 1929 [474]; 216 MARC CHADOURNE, comment on Ulysses, 1929 [476]; 217. PAUL SOUDAY, opinion of Ulysses, 1929 [477]; 218. MARCEL THIEBAUT, review of Ulysses, 1929 [478]; 219. BRIAN PENTON, comment on the form of the novel, 1929 [480]; 220. S.ER DAMON on Ulysses and Dublin, 1929 [482]; 221. EDMOND JALOUX on the English novel, 1929 [486]. 1929 Work in Progress: 222. PADRAIC COLUM assisting with ‘Work in Progress’, 1929 [487]; 223. MAX EASTMAN on intelligibility, 1929 [489]; 224. HARRY CROSBY answers Max Eastman, 1929 [490]; 225. C. K. OGDEN on linguistic experiment, 1929 [492]; 226. ARNOLD BENNETT on the oddest novel, 1929 [493]; 227. C. GIEDION-WELCKER on Joyce’s experiment, 1929 [495]; 228 MICHAEL STUART on ‘Work in Progress’, 1929 [500]. Tales Told of Shem & Shaun [TTSS] (August, 1929): 229. Editorial in New York Times, 1929 [503]; 230. MICHAEL STUART on the sublime, 1929 [504]; HAMISH MILES, review in Criterion, 1930 [506]; 232. Review in Saturday Review, 1932 [507]; 233. D. G. BRIDSON, review in New English Weekly, 1933 [508]; 234. E. OLDMEADOW, review in Tablet, 1933 [511]; 235. Unsigned comment on T. S. Eliot and Joyce, 1933 [513]. 1930: 236. FRANK O’CONNOR on Joyce, 1930 [515]; 237. HERBERT READ on classic or romantic, 1930 [518]; 238. HERBERT READ on Joyce’s influence, 1930 [520]; 239. PHILIPPE SOUPAULT on Joyce, 1930, 1943, 1959; 1963 [523]. 1930 Ulysses: 240. AUSTIN CLARKE on Joyce, 1930 [527]; 241 G. K. CHESTERTON on Joyce, 1930 [529]. 1930 Work in Progress: 242. PAUL L. LÉON and Joyce, 1930 [531]; 243. REBECCA WEST on ‘Work in Progress’, 1930 [534]; 244. STUART GILBERT on Joyce’s growth, 1930 [537]. Haveth Childers Everywhere [HCE] (June, 1930): 245. PADRAIC COLUM, review in New Republic, 1930 [542]; 246. MICHAEL PETCH, opinion in Everyman, 1931 [545]. 1931 Ulysses: 247 SISLEY HUDDLESTON on Joyce and Ulysses, 1931 [548]; 248 WYNDHAM LEWIS on Joyce, 1931 [552]; 249. HENRI FLUCHÈRE on Ulysses, 1931 [553]; 250. A FELLOW DUBLINER on Joyce, S. Gilbert and Gogarty, 1931 [556]; 251. HAROLD NICOLSON on the significance of Joyce, 1931 [560]. 1931 ‘Work in Progress’: 252. STUART GILBERT explicates ‘Work in Progress’, 1931 [564]; 253. GEORGE MOORE to Louis Gillet, 1931 [565]; 254. MICHAEL STUART on Joyce’s word creatures, 1931 [567]. 1932: 255 EUGÈNE JOLAS, homage to Joyce, 1932 [570]; 256. ELLIOT PAUL, comment on Joyce, 1932 [572]; 257. DESMOND MacCARTHY on the postwar novel, 1932 [574]; 258. JOHN EGLINTON on the early Joyce, 1932 [577]. 1932 Ulysses: 259. HENRY DANIEL-ROPS on the interior monologue, 1932 [580]; 260. THOMAS WOLFE, comment on Ulysses, 1932 [582]; 261. CARL JUNG, letter to Joyce, 1932 [583]; 262. CARL JUNG on Ulysses, 1932 [584]; 263. L. A. G. STRONG on Joyce, 1932 [586]. 1933: 264. A. LYNER on music and Joyce, 1933 [587]; 265. MIRSKY on bourgeois decadence, 1933 [589]. 1933 Ulysses: 266. EMERIC FISCHER on the interior monologue, 1933 [593]; 267. POUND on Ulysses and Wyndham Lewis, 1933 [596]; 268. ROBERT CANTWELL on Joyce’s influence, 1933 [597]; 269. G. K. CHESTERTON on eccentricity, 1933 [601]. 1933 ‘Work in Progress’: 270. EUGÈNE JOLAS explication, 1933 [603]; 271. RONALD SYMOND on ‘The Mookse and the Gripes’, 1934 [605]. 1934 Mime of Mick, Nick and the Maggies [Mime]: 272. G. W. STONIER, review in New Statesman, 1934 [606]. 1934: 273. MALCOLM COWLEY on religion of art, 1934 [611]; 274. JOHN H. ROBERTS on religion to art, 1934 [612]; 275. A Communist on Joyce, 1934 [616]; 276. FRANK BUDGEN on Joyce, 1934 [618]. 1934 Ulysses: 277. ALEC BROWN on Ulysses and the novel, 1934 [620]; 278 ERNEST BOYD on Joyce’s influence, 1934 [622]; 279. KARL RADEK on Joyce’s realism, 1934 [624]; 280. FRANK SWINNERTON on Joyce and Freud, 1934 [626]. 1934 ‘Work in Progress’: 281. RICHARD THOM on the dream in progress, 1934 [630]; 282. EDITH SITWELL on prose innovations, 1934 [632]. 1935: 283. DOROTHY RICHARDSON on Joyce, 1935 [633]; 284. L. A. G. STRONG on the novel, 1935 [634]; 285. L. A. G. STRONG on Joyce and new fiction, 1935 [636]. 1936: 286. James Joyce and Gertude Stein, 1936 [640]; 287. THOMAS WOLFE on Ulysses, 1936 [642]; 288. JAMES T. FARRELL, reply to Mirsky and Radek, 1936 [643]. Collected Poems (1936): 289. Review in New York Herald Tribune, 1936 [646]; 290. HORACE REYNOLDS, comment in New York Times, 1937 [648]; 291 IRENE HENDRY on Joyce’s poetry, 1938 [650]. 1937: 292. MARY COLUM on Joyce, 1937 [652]. 1938: 293. Æ [George Russell] on Joyce and Ulysses, 1938 653]; 294. A Marxian view of Ulysses, 1938 [654]; 295. EUGÈNE JOLAS, homage and commentary, 1938 [658]. Finnegans Wake (1939): 296 L. A. G. STRONG, review in John O’London’s Weekly, 1939 [661]; 297. PAUL ROSENFELD, review in Saturday Review of Literature, 1939 [663]; 298. LOUISE BOGAN, review in Nation, 1939 [665]; 299. Review in Times Literary Supplement, 1939 [667]; 300. PADRAIC COLUM, review in New York Times, 1939 [669]; 301. OLIVER GOGARTY, review in Observer, 1939 [673]; 302. EDWIN Muir, review in Listener, 1939 [675]; 303. B. IFOR EVANS, review in Manchester Guardian, 1939 [678]; 304. G. W. STONIER, review in New Statesman, 1939 [679]; 305. GEORGES PELORSON, review in Aux Écoutes, 1939 [680]; 306 MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE, review in Time and Tide, 1939 [683]; 307 ALFRED KAZIN, review in New York Herald Tribune, 1939 [685]; 308. MORLEY CALLAGHAN, review in Saturday Night, 1939 [688]; 309. RICHARD ALDINGTON, review in Atlantic Monthly, 1939 [690]; 310. Review in Irish Times, 1939 [691]; 311. HARRY LEVIN, review in New Directions, 1939 [693]; 312.WILLIAM TROY, review in Partisan Review, 1939 [704]; 313. A. GLENDINNING, review in Nineteenth Century, 1939 [708]; 314. Review in Dublin Magazine, 1939 [710]; 315. SALVATORE ROSATI, review in Nuova Antologia, 1939 [713]. Contemporary Critical Comment: 316. SEÁN O’CASEY, letter to Joyce, 1939 [716]; 317. DOROTHY RICHARDSON, Opinion, 1939 [717]; 318. LEON EDEL on Finnegans Wake, 1939 [719]; 319. MARY COLUM on Finnegans Wake, 1939 [721]; 320. MARGARET SCHLAUCH on Joyce’s language, 1939 [722]; 321. LOUIS GILLET on Finnegans Wake, 1940 [724]; 322. WALTER RYBERT on how to read Finnegans Wake, 1940 [731]; 323 JOHN PEALE BISHOP on Finnegans Wake, 1940 [736]. 1941: 324. MAX RYCHNER on Ulysses, 1941 [740]; 325. VAN WYCK BROOKS on Joyce, 1941 [743]. Critical Obituaries: 326. THORNTON WILDER, in Poetry, 1941 [745]; 327. CYRIL CONNOLLY, in New Statesman, 1941 [746]; 328. Notice in New Republic, 1941 [747]; 329. STEPHEN SPENDER, in Listener, 1941 [748]; 330. OLIVER GOGARTY, in Saturday Review of Literature, 1941 [750]; 331. Notice in Times Literary Supplement, 1941 [752]; 332. J. DONALD ADAMS, in New York Times, 1941 [754]; 333. PADRAIC COLUM, reply to Oliver Gogarty, 1941 [755]; 334 FRANK BUDGEN, in Horizon, 1941 [756]; 335. T. S. ELIOT, in Horizon, 1941 [757]. After 1941: 336. PAUL LÉON remembers, 1942 [760]; 337. JAMES STEPHENs remembers, 1946 [762]; 338 OLIVER GOGARTY comments, 1950 [763]; 339. OLIVER GOGARTY corrects memories, 1950 [764]; 340. MARY COLUM corrects Gogarty, 1950 [765]; 341. STANISLAUS JOYCE corrects Gogarty, 1953 [767]; 342. MALCOLM COWLEY recalls Joyce and Sylvia Beach, 1963 [769]; 343. JANET FLANNER recalls Joyce and Sylvia Beach, 1963 [770]; 144. An Irish last word, 1964 [771]. APPENDIX A: Early Editions of the Writings of James Joyce [772]. APPENDIX B: Selected Bibliography [774]. APPENDIX C: Book-length studies published during Joyce’s lifetime and critical studies which have been collected or reprinted and are readily accessible [775]. APPENDIX D: Reviews and early critical studies excluded from this volume [778]. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [785]; INDEX [795]. End Vol. 2.

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Malcolm Brown, The Politics of Irish Literature: From Thomas Davis to W. B. Yeats (Seattle: Washington UP; London: Allen & Unwin 1972). INDEX: Joyce, James: pp.ix, 3, 10, 12, 14, 16, 42, 54, 55 91n, 113, 120, 123, 176, 183, 199, 206, 222, 240, 242, 250, 266n, 276n, 278-79, 318, 324, 331n, 351n, 358, 360, 363, 369, 371; strength and limitations of view of Ireland: p.17; note responsive to comedy of resurgence: p.42; phobia on informers: p.113; meaning of Irish history as “heroticism”: p.279; scorns Lady Gregory: p.318; scorns Union of Heart: p.324; on Gaelic League: p.355; contradictory position on Split: pp.385-86; humanist Parnellism: pp.387-89; “The Dead”: pp.159, 319; Dubliners: pp.11, 57, 350; “Et Tu, Healy”: p.385; “Gas from a Burner”: p.341; Finnegans Wake: pp.7, 115, 263, 313, 330; Italian lecture on Parnell p.387; A Portrait of the Artist: pp.158, 186, 265, 278-79, 305, 314, 324, 385-87, 389; Stephen Hero: p.304; Ulysses: pp.6, 13, 22, 30, 127, 144-45, 173, 194-96, 213, 256, 280-81, 316n, 348n, 359, 382; “Aeolus”: p.97; “Circe”: p.166-67, 283, 386; “Cyclops”: pp.166-67, 207, 281; “Eumaeus”: pp.153, 275, 281, 342, 387; “Proteus”: pp.224-26; “Sirens”: pp.11, 282; “Wandering Rocks”: p.252; Joyce, John Stanislaus: p.28; reaction to Split: pp.339-40; 385-86.

Morris Beja, ed., James Joyce - “Dubliners” and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Casebook (London: Macmillan 1973), 256pp. CONTENTS: [Part 1: Background and Early Responses]; Morris Beja, ‘Introduction [15]; ‘Letters from Joyce (1904-1906) [35]; Selections from Joyce’s Manuscripts: ‘A Portrait of the Artist (1904)’ [41]; ‘Stephen on Epiphany’ [48]; ‘Twelve “Epiphanies”’ [52]; ‘The Pola Notebook (1904)’ [57]; The Early Response to Dubliners: Reviews ‘Times Literary Supplement (1904)’ [60]; ‘Gerald Gould (1914)’ [61]; The Joyce Family: ‘Stanislaus Joyce’s Diary (1903 extracts)’ [64]; James Joyce, ‘There once was a lounger named Stephen (1917)’ [72]; John Stanislaus Joyce, ‘Letter to His Son (1931)’ [73]; The Early Response to A Portrait of the Artist: Comments and Reviews: ‘Edward Garnett (1916?)’ [74]; ‘The Egoist (June 1917)’ [77]; ‘Literary World (March 1917)’ [78]; ‘Irish Book Lover (April-May 1917)’ [79]; [Part 2: Critical Studies]; Harry Levin, ‘The Artist (1941)’ [83]; Brewster Ghiselin, ‘The Unity of Dubliners (1956)’ [100]; Frank O’Connor, ‘Joyce and Dissociated Metaphor (1956)’ [117]; Hugh Kenner, ‘The Portrait in Perspective (1955)’ [124]; Maurice Beebe, ‘Joyce and Aquina: The Theory of Aesthetics (1957)’ [151]; Richard Ellmann, ‘The Backgrounds of “The Dead” (1959)’ [172]; Wayne C. Booth, ‘The Problem of Distance in A Portrait of the Artist (1961)’ [188]; J. I. M. Stewart, ‘Dubliners (1963)’ [202]; Morris Beja, ‘The Wooden Sword: Threatener and Threatened in the World of James Joyce (1964)’ [208]; Anthony Burgess, ‘A Paralysed City (1965)’ [224]; John Gross, ‘The Voyage Out (1970)’ [241]; Select Bibliography [245]; Contributors [249]; Index [251-56].

Clive Hart & David Hayman, eds., James Joyce’s Ulysses: Critical Essays (California UP 1974), 433pp. CONTENTS: Bernard Benstock, ‘Telemachus’; E. L. Epstein, ‘Nestor’; J. Mitchell Morse, ‘Proteus’; Adaline Glasheen, ‘Calypso’; Philip F. Herring, ‘Lotuseaters’; R. M. Adams, ‘Hades’; M. J. C. Hodgart, ‘Aeolus’; Melvin J. Friedman, ‘Lestrygonians’; Robert Kellogg, ‘Scylla and Charybdis’; Clive Hart, ‘Wandering rocks’; Jackson I. Cope, ‘Sirens’; David Hayman, ‘Cyclops’; Fritz Senn, ‘Nausicaa’; J. S. Atherton, ‘The Oxen of the Sun’; Hugh Kenner, ‘Circe’; Gerald L. Bruns, ‘Eumaeus’; A. Walton Litz, ‘Ithaca’; Fr. Robert Boyle, ‘Penelope’.

Michael H. Begnal & Fritz Senn, eds., A Conceptual Guide to Finnegans Wake (Pennsylvania State UP 1974) , 236pp. CONTENTS: Notes on the contributors [vii]; 1. J. Mitchell Morse, ‘Where Terms Begin / I.i. [1]; 2. Roland McHugh, ‘Recipis for the price of a Coffin’ / I.ii-iv [18]; 3. Bernard Benstock, ‘Concerning Lost Historeve’ / I.v [33]; 4. E. L. Epstein, ‘The Turning Point’/ I.vi. [56]; Robert Boyle, ‘Portrait of the Artist as a Balzacian Wilde Ass’ / I.vii-viii [71]; 6. Mathew Hodgart, ‘Music and Mine’ / II.i [83]; 7. Ronald E. Buckalew, ‘Night Lessons on Language / II.ii [93]; 8. Edward A. Kopper, ‘”but where he is eaten”: Earwicker’s Tavern Feast’ / II.iii [116]; 9. Michael H. Begnal, ‘Love that Dares to Speak its Name’ / II.iv [139]; 10. James S. Atherton, ‘Shaun A / III.i. [149]; 11. Hugh B. Staples, ‘Growing Up Absurd in Dublin’ / III.ii-iii [173]; 12. Margaret Solomon, ‘The Porters: A Square Performance of Three Tiers in the Round’ / III.iv; 13. Grace Elkley, ‘Looking Forward to a Brightening Day’ / IV.i [221].

Thomas F. Staley & Bernard Benstock, Approaches to Joyce’s Portrait: 10 Essays (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh 1976), 241pp. CONTENTS: Thomas F. Staley, ‘Strings in the Labyrinth: Sixty Years with Joyce’s Portrait’; Hans Walter Gabler, ‘The Seven Lost Years of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’; Breon Mitchell, ‘A Portrait and the Bildungsroman tradition’; Margaret Church, ‘A Portrait and Giambattista Vico: A Source Study’; Richard M. Kain, ‘Epiphanies of Dublin’; James Naremore, ‘Consciousness and Society in A Portrait of the Artist’; Chester G. Anderson, ‘Baby Tuckoo: Joyce’s “Features of infancy”’; Hugh Kenner, ‘The Cubist Portrait’; Bernard Benstock, ‘A Light from Some Other World: Symbolic Structure in A Portrait of the Artist’; Darcy O’Brien, ‘In Ireland after A Portrait’.

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K. McCrory & J. Unterecker, eds., Yeats, Joyce and Beckett: New Light on Three Modern Irish Writers (Lewisburg: Bucknell UP 1976), 184pp. CONTENTS: Preface [9]; Notes on Contributors [15-16]; Part 1. W. B. Yeats; John Unterecker, ‘The Yeats Landscape’ [photographs]; [21]; Adrienne Gardner, ‘Deirdre: Yeats’s Other Greek Tragedy’ [35]; John Unterecker, ‘Interview with Anne Yeats’ [39]; Austin Clarke, ‘Glimpses of W. B. Yeats’ [46]; Kathleen McGrory, ‘Scholarship Frowned into Littleness?’ [52]; Bibl. of Works Mentioned [67]; Part 2. James Joyce; William York Tindall, ‘The Joyce Landscape’ [photographs]; [73]; Raymond J. Porter, ‘The Cracked Lookingglass’ [87]; Margaret C. Solomon, ‘Striking the Lost Chord: The Motif of “Waiting” in the Sirens Episode of Ulysses’ [92]; Nathan Halper, ‘The Aesthetics of Joyce: James Joyce and His Fingernails’ [105]; Kathleen McGrory, ‘Interview with Carola Giedion-Welcker, June 15, 1973’ [110]; Bernard Benstock, ‘James Joyce Industry: A Reassessment’ [118-32]; Part 3. Samuel Beckett; Kathleen McGrory, ‘The Beckett Landscape’ [photographs]; [135]; Vivian Mercier, ‘Ireland/The World’ [147]; Sighle Kennedy, ‘Spirals of Need: Irish Prototypes in Samuel Beckett’s Fiction’ [153]; Rubin Rabinovitz, ‘The Deterioration of Outside Reality in Samuel Beckett’s Fiction’ [167]; Kathleen McGrory and John Unterecker, ‘Interview with Jack MacGowran’ [172]; John Eichrodt and Kathleen McGrory, ‘Chronological Bibliography of Works by William York Tindall’ [183-84].

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: [Vol. 1]; Chamber Music, Pomes Penyeach, & occasional verse. [Vols. 2-3]; Notes, Criticism, Translations, & Miscellaneous Works. [Vols. 4-6]; Dubliners. [Vols. 7-10]; A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. [Vol. 11]; Exiles. [Vols. 12-27]; Ulysses. [Vols. 28-43]. Finnegans wake Buffalo notebooks. [Vols.44-63]. Finnegans Wake drafts, typescripts, & proofs. [“An attempt to publish in facsimile the entire ‘workshop’ - all extant and available notes, drafts, manuscripts, typescripts and proofs].

Willard Potts, ed., Portraits of the Artist in Exile: Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans (Washington UP 1979), 304pp. CONTENTS: Alessandro Francini Bruni, ‘Joyce Stripped Naked in the Piazza: Recollections of Joyce’; Silvio Benco, ‘James Joyce in Trieste’; August Suter, ‘Some Reminiscences of James Joyce’; Georges Borach, ‘Conversations with James Joyce’; Nino Frank, ‘The Shadow that had Lost its Man’; Philippe Soupalt, ‘James Joyce’; Adolf Hoffmeister, ‘James Joyce: Portrait of Joyce’; Ole Vinding, ‘James Joyce in Copenhagen’; Jan Parandowski, ‘Meeting with Joyce’; Louis Gillet, ‘Farewell to Joyce: The Living Joyce’; Jacques Mercanton, ‘The Hours of James Joyce’; Carola Giedion-Welcker, ‘Meetings with Joyce’; Paul Ruggiero, ‘James Joyce’s last days in Zurich’; Paul Léon, ‘In memory of Joyce’.

George J. Watson, Irish Identity and the Literary Revival: Synge, Yeats, Joyce, and O’ Casey (London: Croom Helm 1979). INDEX [references to Joyce]: Joyce, James: pp.2-7, 13-14, 21, 26, 28-29, 32-33, 41, 50 [n.22], 60, 63, 85, 90, 92, 100, 152-244 passim, 246, 255, 283; “The Day of the Rabblement”: pp.157, 160, 181, 229; “Drama and Life”: pp.159, 161, 165, 179, 196; Dubliners: pp.14, 29, 151, 167-79 passim, 180, 197, 206-07, 232, 242; “After the Race”: pp.175, 178; “Araby”: pp.168, 171, 174-75, 178; “The Boarding House”: pp.169, 174, 178; “Clay”: pp.174, 178; “Counterparts”: pp.177-78; “The Dead”; pp.169-70, 175, 178, 196; “An Encounter”: pp.168-69, 174-75, 178; “Eveline”: pp.168-69, 171-75, 178; “Grace”: p.178; “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”: p.178; “A Little Cloud”: pp.169, 174-78; “A Mother”: pp.157, 178; “A Painful Case”: pp.178, 196; “Two Gallants”: pp.169-71, 173-74; “The Sisters”: pp.167 [n.30], 168, 174, 178; “Fenianism. The Last Fenian”: p.153; Finnegans Wake: p.235; “Gas from a Burner”: pp.155-56; “The Holy Office”: pp.60, 151, 160, 181; “The Home Rule Comet”: p.154; “Ibsen’s New Drama”; pp.164, 166; “Ireland, Island of Saints and Sages”: pp.152-56; 158; “A Portrait of the Artist” (1904): p.229; A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: pp.26, 152-53, 156-57, 179-98 passim, 200-03, 209, 229; “The Soul of Ireland”: p.158 [n.15]; Stephen Hero: pp.155-60, 164-66, 175 [n.43], 177-78, 191, 196; Ulysses: pp.1, 5, 7, 32-33, 92, 100, 155-58, 169-70, 178, 182, 191 [n.55], 193-94, 197-244 passim; “Aeolus”: pp.191, 197, 205, 209, 222, 230, 236; “Calypso”: p.236; “Circe”: pp.199-200, 207, 210-11, 213, 215, 222-23, 230, 236-38, 241-42; “Cyclops”: pp.212-13, 230, 237-38; “Eumaeus”: pp.218, 241; “Hades”: pp.214, 224; “Ithaca”: pp.209, 223-24, 226[n.94], 230, 234 [n.115], 238, 241; “Lestrygonians”: p.236; “Lotus-Eaters”: p.219; “Nausicaa”: p.238; “Nestor”: pp.203-04; “Oxen of the Sun”: pp.212, 219-20, 230, 238; “Penelope”: p.213; “Proteus”: pp.201, 203-04; “Scylla and Charybdis”: pp.202-05, 208, 232; “Sirens”: pp.212, 217, 230, 238. Joyce, Stanislaus: pp.221, 226, 229, 230 [n.106], 231-32.

Colin MacCabe, James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word [1st Edn.] (London; Macmillan 1978), x, 186pp. CONTENTS: Table of Cases; Preface; Introduction: Law and Language. PART 1 - LINGUISTICS AND LEGAL THEORY. The Science of Language; The Language of Legal Faith; The Role of Linguistics in Legal Analysis. PART 2 - LEGAL DISCOURSE: Rhetoric as Jurisprudence: An Introduction to the Politics of Legal Language; Law as Social Discourse I: A Topology of Discourse; Law as Social Discourse II: Legal Discourse; Conclusion: Legal Theory and Legal Practice. Notes and References; Bibliography; Index. [See 2nd revised edn., infra.]

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Colin MacCabe, James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word [2nd Edn., enl.] (London: Palgrave 2003), xxxv, 250pp. CONTENTS: Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; New Introduction; Theoretical Preliminaries; The End of a Meta-Language: From George Eliot to Dubliners; The End of the Story: Stephen Hero and A Portrait; A Radical Separation of the Elements: The Distanciation of the Reader in Ulysses; City of Words; Streets of Dreams: The Voyage of Ulysses; A Political Reading of Finnegans Wake; Joyce’s; Joyce and Chomsky - The Voice of Esau; Joyce and Benjamin; Realism: Balzac and Barthes. Bibliography; Index. [See 1st edn., supra.]

Colin MacCabe, ed., James Joyce: New Perspectives (Brighton: Harvester Wheatsheaf 1982), 198pp. CONTENTS: Fritz Senn, ‘Righting Ulysses’ [3]; MacCabe, ‘An Introduction to Finnegans Wake’ [29; extract]; Jean-Michel Rabaté, ‘Silence in Dubliners’ [45]; Maud Ellmann, ‘Polytropic Man: Paternity, Identity, and Naming in The Odyssey and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ [73]; Raymond Williams, ‘Exiles’ [105]; MacCabe, ‘The Voice of Esau: Stephen in the Library’ [111]; Stephen Heath, ‘Joyce in Language’ [129]; Patrick Parrinder, ‘The Strange Necessity: James Joyce’s Rejection in England (1914-30)’ [151]; Seamus Deane, ‘Joyce and Nationalism’ [168]; Maria Jolas, ‘The Joyce I Knew and the Women around Him’ [184]. Index, 195ff.

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., Joyce’s “Ulysses”: The Larger Perspective (Delaware UP; London: Assoc. UP 1987), 310pp. [contribs. Cheryl Herr, ‘Art, Life, Nature and Culture, Ulysses’ [19]; G; . J. Watson, ‘The Politics of Ulysses’ [39]; Patrick A. McCarthy, ‘Ulysses and the Printed Page’ [59]; Richard M. Kain ‘Fifty Years of Joyce: 1934-1984’ [74]; Karen Lawrence, ‘Paternity, the Legal Fiction’ [89]; John Henry Raleigh, ’Ulysses: Trinitarian and Catholic’ [98]; Michael Patrick Gillespie, ‘Redrawing the Artist as a Young Man’ [123]; James Maddox, ‘Mockery in Ulysses’ [141]; Zack Bowen, ‘Ulysses as a Comic Novel’ [157]; Robert D. Newman, ‘Transformatio Coniunctionis: Alchemy in Ulysses’ [168]; Sheldon Brivic, ‘The Other Ulysses’ [187]; Elliot Gose, ‘The Coincidence of Contraries as Theme and Technique in Ulysses’ [213]; Michael H. Begnal, ‘Art and History: Stephen’s Mirror and Parnell’s Silk Hat’ [233]; Weldon Thornton, ‘Voices and Values in Ulysses’ [244]; Stanley Sultan, ‘The Adventures of Ulysses in Our World’ [271].

Christine van Boheemen, ed., Joyce, Modernity, and Its Mediation [European Joyce Studies, 1; gen. ed. Fritz Senn] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 1989) CONTENTS: Bibl. Note [1i]; van Boheemen, Introduction [3]; Part I: Representation and Its Limits. Ulrich Schneider, ‘Mediatization in “Aeolus” and “Oxen of the Sun” [15]; Jean-Michel Rabate, ‘The Modernity of Exiles’ [23]; Fritz Senn, ‘Anagnostic Probes’ [37]; van Boheemen, ‘“The Language of Flow”: Joyce’s Dispossession of the Feminine in Ulysses’ [63]; Marilyn L. Brownstein, ‘Against Mediation: The Role of the Postmodern in the Phaedrus and Finnegans Wake’ [79. Part II: Contexts. Richard Brown, ‘“Perhaps she had not told him all the story ...”: Observation on the Topic of Adultery in Some Modern Literature’ [99]; Mary Power, ‘Molly Bloom and Mary Anderson: The Inside Story’ [113]; Peter J.de Voogd, ‘James JOyce, Wyndham Lewis, and the Mediatization of Word and Image’ [119]; Marius Buning, ‘History and Modernity in Joyce’s Ulysses’ [17]. Part III: Commentary. Marisa Gatti-Taylor, ‘It Loses Something in Translation: Italian and French Profanity in Joyce’s Ulyses’ [141]; Fritz Senn, ‘Protean Inglossabilities’ [151]; Geert Lernout, ‘The Tertium Comparationis is the Message: Mediation and European Joyce Studies’ [177]; Alan Roughley, ‘The Mediatization of Joyce’ [189]; Jeri Johnson, ‘“Beyond the Veil”: Ulysses, Feminism, and the Figure of Woman’ [201].

Jolanta W. Wawrzycka & Marlena G. Corcoran, eds., Gender in Joyce [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (1997), CONTENTS. Foreword [vii]; Preface [ix]; Margot Norris, ‘Introduction: Joyce’s “Mamfesta”: Mater and Material, Text and Textile’ [1]; Susan Sutliff Brown, ‘The Joyce Brothers in Drag: Fraternal Incest in Ulysses’ [8]; Mark Osteen, ‘Female Property: Women and Gift Exchange in Ulysses’ [29]; Lesley Higgins, ‘“Lovely Seaside Girls” or “Sweet Murderers of Men”? Fatal Women in Ulysses’ [47]; Martha Fodaski Black ‘S/He-Male Voices in Ulysses: Counterpointing the “New Womanly Man”’ [62]; Heyward Ehrlich, ‘Socialism, Gender and Imagery in Dubliners’ [82]; Mary Lowe-Evans, ‘Joyce and the Myth of the Mediatrix’ [191]; Jean Kimball, ‘Eros and Logos in Ulysses: A Jungian Pattern’ [112]; Garry Leonard, ‘The Masquerade of Gender: Mrs. Kearney and the “Moral Umbrella” of Mr. O’Madden Burke’ [133]; Ewa Ziarek, ‘“Circe”: Joyce’s Argumentum ad Feminam’ [150]; Margaret Mills Harper, ‘Fabric and Fame in the Odyssey and “Penelope”’ [170]; Contribs. [189]; index. [191].

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