Vincent Cheng, Joyce, Race and Empire (Cambridge UP 1995), “Works Cited” [pp.317-24.

Note: Joycean studies herein still to be integrated with Joyce Bibliographies [AZ-Authors / Joyce_JA / “Criticism”, &c.]

Works of James Joyce
  • The Critical Writings of James Joyce, eds. ElIsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann. New York: Viking 1964.
  • Dubliners: Text, Criticism, and Notes, eds. Robert Scholes and A. Walton Litz. New York: Viking 1969.
  • Exiles: A Play in Three Acts. New York: Viking 1951.
  • Finnegans Wake. New York: Viking 1939.
  • A First-Draft Version of “Finnegans Wake”, ed. David Hayman. Austin: University of Texas Press 1963.
  • Letters of James Joyce, II and III, ed. Richard Ellmann. New York: Viking 1966.
  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: Text, Criticism, and Notes, ed. Chester G. Anderson. New York: Viking 1968.
  • Stephen Hero, eds. John J. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon. Norfolk, CT: New Directions 1959.
  • Ulysses, eds. Hans Waiter Gabler et al. New York: Vintage 1986.
Critical Studies
  • Adams, Robert M. ‘A Study in Weakness and Humiliation’, in Baker and Staley, eds., James Joyce’s “Dubliners”: A Critical Handbook. 101-04.
  • Adams, Robert M. Surface and Symbol: The Consistency of James Joyce’s “Ulysses”’ . New York: Oxford University Press 1962.
  • Anderson, Benedict. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, revised edition. London: Verso 1991.
  • Anzaldúa, Gloria. Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute 1987.
  • Atherton, James S. The Books at the Wake. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press 1959.
  • Attridge, Derek, ed. The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1990.
  • Axtell, James. The European and the Indian: Essays in the Ethnohistory of Colonial North America. New York: Oxford University Press 1981.
  • Baker, James R. and Thomas F. Staley, eds. James Joyce’s “Dubliners”: A Critical Handbook. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth 1969.
  • Banton, Michael. Racial Theories. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1987.
  • Bauerle, Ruth. ‘Date Rape, Mate Rape: A Liturgical Interpretation of “The Dead”’, in New Alliances in Joyce Studies, ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Newark: University of Delaware Press 1988. 113-25.
  • Bauerle, Ruth. The James Joyce Songbook. New York: Garland 1982.
  • Beja, Morris, and Shari Benstock, eds. Coping with Joyce: Essays from the Copenhagen Symposium. Columbus: Ohio State University Press 1989.
  • Bhabha, Homi K. ‘Difference, Discrimination, and the Discourse of Colonialism’, in The Politics of Theory, ed. Francis Barker et al. Colchester: University of Essex 1983.
  • Bhabha, Homi K. ‘Dissemi-Nation: Time, Narrative, and the Margins of the Modem Nation’, in Bhabha, ed., Nation and Narration. 291-322.
  • Bhabha, Homi K. ‘Of Mimicry and Man: The Ambivalence of Colonial Discourse’, in October, 28 (Spring 1984), 125-33.
  • Bhabha, Homi K. ‘The Other Question’, in Screen, 24.6 (1983), 18-35.
  • Bhabha, Homi K., ed. Nation and Narration. London: Routledge 1990.
  • Bishop, John. Joyce’s Book of the Dark. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press 1987.
  • Bloom, Harold, ed. James Joyce’s “Dubliners”: Modern Critical Interpretations. New York: Chelsea 1988.
  • Bowen, Zack. ‘After the Race’, in Hart, ed., James Joyce’s “Dubliners”: Critical Essays. 53-61.
  • The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Eleventh Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1911.
  • The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, Fifteenth Edition, Micropaedia Vol. 2 (448: ‘Boyne, Battle of the’). Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. 1992.
  • Bryant, Arthur. The Great Duke. New York: William Morrow 1972.
  • Carlyle, Thomas. The Works of Thomas Carlyle, Vol. 29. London 1989.
  • Chayes, Irene Hendry. ‘Joyce’s Epiphanies’, in “ A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: Text, Criticism, Notes , ed. Chester A. Anderson. New York: Viking Critical Library 1968.
  • Cheng, Vincent J. ‘Empire and Patriarchy in “The Dead”’, in Joyce Studies Annual 1993, ed. Thomas F. Staley. Austin: University of Texas Press 1993. 16-42.
  • Cheng, Vincent J. ‘The General and the Sepoy: Imperialism and Power in Joyce’s Museyroom’, in Patrick McCarthy, ed., Critical Essays on “Finne­gans Wake”. 258-68.
  • Cheng, Vincent J. ‘Le Cid: A Translation in Rhymed Couplets. Newark: University of Delaware Press 1987.
  • Cheng, Vincent J. Shakespeare and Joyce: A Study of “Finnegans Wake”. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press 1984.
  • Cheng, Vincent J. ‘White Horse, Dark Horse: Joyce’s Allhorse of Another Color’, in Joyce Studies Annual 1991, ed. Thornas F. Staley. Austin: University of Texas Press 1991. 101-28.
  • Cheng, Vincent J., and Timothy Martin, eds. Joyce in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1992.
  • Cheyette, Bryan, ‘Jewgreek is greekjew’: The Disturbing Ambivalence of Joyce’s Semitic Discourse in “ Ulysses” , in Joyce Studies Annual 1992, ed. Thomas F. Staley. Austin: University of Texas 1992. 32-56 .
  • Cixous, Hélène and Catherine Clément. The Newly Born Woman, trans. Betsy Wing. Manchester: Manchester University Press 1986.
  • Clifford, James. ‘Four Northwest Coast Museums: Travel Reflections’, in Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display, eds. Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press 1991. 212-54.
  • Clifford, James. ‘Traveling Cultures’, in Cultural Studies, eds. Lawrence Grossberg, Cary Nelson, Paula Treichler. London: Routledge 1991. 96-116.
  • Crenshaw, Kimberle. ‘A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Law and Politics’, in The Politics of Law: A Progressive Critique, revised edition, ed. David Kairys. New York: Pantheon 19 90.
  • Curtis, L. P., Jr. Anglo-Saxons and Celts: A Study of Anti-Irish Prejudice in Victorian England . Bridgeport, CT: University of Bridgeport 1968.
  • Curtis, L. P., Apes and Angels: The Irishman in Victorian Caricature. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press 1971.
  • Dahl, Robert. Modern Political Analysis. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice­Hall 1970.
  • Darwin, Charles. The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex. London: John Murray, 1882.
  • Deane, Seamus. Celtic Revivals: Essays in Modern Irish Literature 188o-198o. London: Faber and Faber 1985.
  • Deane, Seamus. Heroic Styles: The Tradition of an Idea. Derry: Field Day pamphlet no. 4 1984.
  • Deane, Seamus. ‘Introduction’ to Nationalism, Colonialism, and Literature, by Terry Eagleton, Fredric Jameson, and Edward W. Said. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 1990. 3-19.
  • Deane, Seamus. ‘Joyce the Irishman’, in The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce, ed. Derek Attridge. 31-53.
  • Deane, Seamus. ‘“Masked with Matthew Arnold’s Face”: Joyce and Liberalism’, in James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium, eds. Morris Beja, Philip Herring, Maurice Harmon, and David Norris. Urbana: Univeristy of Illinois Press 1986. 9-20.
  • Deane, Seamus. ‘National Character and National Audience: Races, Crowds and Readers’, in Critical Approaches to Anglo-Irish Literature, eds. Michael Allen and Angela Wilcox. Totowa, NJ: Barnes & Noble 1989. 40-52.
  • Derrida, Jacques. Margins of Philosophy, trans. Alan Bass. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1982.
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  • Devlin, Kimberly J. Wandering and Return in “Finnegans Wake”: An Integrative Approach to Joyce’s Fictions. Princeton: Princeton University Press 1991.
  • Doyle, Laura. ‘Races and Chains: The Sexuo-Racial Matrix in “ Ulysses” , in Friedman, ed., Joyce: The Return of the Repressed. 149-89.
  • Eagleton, Terry. ‘Joyce and Mythology’, in Onmium Gatherum: Essays for Richard Ellmann, eds. Susan Dick, Declan Kiberd, Dougald McMillan, and Joseph Ronsley. Gerrards Cross: Cohn Smythe 1989.310-19.
  • Eagleton, Terry. ‘Nationalism: Irony and Commitment’, in Nationalism, Colonialism, and Literature by Eagleton, Fredric Jameson, Edward W. Said (intro. by Seamus Deane). 23-39.
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  • Ellmann, Richard. The Consciousness of Joyce. New York: Oxford University Press 1977.
  • Ellmann, Richard. James Joyce, First Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1959.
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  • Fairhall, James. ‘Big Power Politics and Colonial Economics: The Cordon Bennett Cup Race and “After the Race”, in James Joyce Quarterly , 28.2 (Winter 1991), 387-97.
  • Fanon, Frantz. Black Skin, White Masks, trans. Charles Lam Markmann. New York: Grove Weidenfeld 1967.
  • Fanon, Frantz. The Wretched of the Earth, trans. Constance Farrington. New York: Grove Weidenfeld 1968.
  • Flood, Jeanne A. ‘Joyce and the Maamtrasna Murders’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 28, 4 (Summer 1991), 879-88.
  • Ford, Charles. ‘Dante’s Other Brush: Ulysses and the Irish Revolution’, in James Joyce Quarterly , 29.4 (Summer 1992), 751-61.
  • Forster, E. M. A Passage to India. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World 1952.
  • Foster, R. F. Modern Ireland 1600-1972. London: Penguin 1988.
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  • Freud, Sigmund. The Future of an Illusion, trans. James Strachey. New York: Norton 1961.
  • Freud, Sigmund. Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious, trans. James Strachey. New York: Norton 1989.
  • Friedman, Susan Stanford, ed. Joyce: The Return of the Repressed. Ithaca.: Cornell University Press 1993.
  • Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., ed., Race Writing, and Difference. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1986.
  • Gibbons, Luke. ‘Race Against Time: Racial Discourse and Irish History’, in The Oxford Literary Review , 13: 1-2 (1991): “Neocolonialism” , ed. Robert Young. 95-117.
  • Gifford, Don. Joyce Annotated: Notes for “Dubliners” and “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”. Berkeley: University of California Press 1982.
  • Cifford, Don, and Robert J. Seidman. “ Ulysses” Annotated: Notesfor James Joyce’s “Ulysses”. Revised Edition. Berkeley: University of Califonia Press 1988.
  • Glasheen, Adaline. Third Census of “Finnegans Wake”. Berkeley: University of California Press 19 77.
  • Gramsci, Antonio. Selections from the Prison Notebooks, ed. G. Nowell Smith and Q. Hoare. New York: International Publications 1971.
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  • Hart, Clive, ed. James Joyce’s “Dubliners”: Critical Essays. New York: Viking 1969.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. “Ulysses”, Modernism, and Marxist Criticisrn’, in McCormack and Stead, eds., James Joyce and Modern Literature. 112-25.
  • Herr, Cheryl. Joyce’s Anatomy of Culture. Urbana: University of Illinois Press 1986.
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  • Hume, David. A History of England, New Edition, Vol. 5. London 1796.
  • Hyde, Douglas. ‘The Necessity for De-Anglicising Ireland’, in Language, Lore and Lyrics: Essays and Lectures by Douglas Hyde, ed. Breandan Ó Conaire. Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1986. 153-70.
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