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James Joyce Quarterly 44.2 (2007) 325-343

Current JJ Checklist (99)
William S. Brockman
Pennsylvania State University

Special thanks to Kazuhiro Doki for the issues of Joycean Japan, and thanks also to K. P. S. Jochum, Bob Spoo, and Wolfgang Wicht. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail to

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D 2: Deming's Bibliography of James Joyce Studies, 2d ed.

S-C: Slocum and Cahoon's Bibliography of James Joyce, 1882-1941.

CC: Current JJ Checklist.

JJ Works

"After the Hell-Fire Sermon at Belvedere College"; "Stephen Dedalus Calls on the Dean of Studies at the Jesuit University College"; "Gogarty at the Martello Tower"; "James Joyce Leaves the Martello Tower." A Traveller's Companion to Dublin. Ed. Thomas Pakenham and Valerie Pakenham. New York and Northampton: Interlink Books, 2003. 116-17; 169-70; 234-38; 238-39. ISBN 1-56656-491-3. [Originally published as Dublin: A Traveller's Companion (London: Constable, 1988). Excerpts from P, U, and text of JJ's let. to Starkey, 15 September 1904.]
Araby. Trans. Amalia Popper. Empoli: Ibiskos, 2002. 119 pp. ISBN 88-86851-58-8. [Preface, John McCourt.]
Dublińczycy. Trans. Zbigniew Batko. Kraków: Znak, 2005. 196 pp. ISBN 83-2400-515-3. [Polish trans. D.]
Portret artysty w wieku młodzieńczym. Trans. Jerzy Jarniewicz. Kraków: Znak, 2005. 361 pp. ISBN 83-2400-620-6. [Polish trans. P.]
"Ulysses: Episode 13: Nausícaa = Fragmento do 13°. episódio: Nausícaa." Irish Studies in Brazil. Ed. Munira H. Mutran and Laura P. Z. Izarra. Pesquisa e Crítica, 1. São Paulo: Associação Editorial Humanitas, 2005. 243-46. ISBN 85-98292-86-9. [Portuguese trans.] [End Page 325]

Secondary Sources

"Beckett on the Joyces." Beckett Remembering, Remembering Beckett: A Centenary Celebration. Ed. James Knowlson and Elizabeth Knowlson. New York: Arcade Pub., 2006. 44-51. ISBN 1-55970-772-0. [Excerpts from previously published interviews with Beckett.]
Bailey, Charles Russell. A Ruptured Vision: The Symbiotic Relationship between Literary Modernism and Cinema. M.A. thesis Clemson Univ., 2006. 71 pp. [MAI 45, ii (April 2007): 569. Stein, Faulkner, Buñuel, JJ.]
Basto, Inês Lace Pinto. "Alguém mais belo do que eu: Alberto Caeiro, Leopold Bloom, o Portugal de Pessoa, a irlanda de Joyce e outras Brancas de Neve." Revista crítica de ciências sociais no. 74 (2006): 41-48.
Beáta, Bobok. "Mr. Ulysses Bloom száz éve." Könyvtári levelező/lap 16, v (May 2004): 26-28.
Beckman, Richard. Joyce's Rare View: The Nature of Things in Finnegans Wake. Florida James Joyce Series. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2007. x, 236 pp. ISBN 0-813-03059-5.
Bindervoet, Erik, and Robbert-Jan Henkes. Finnegancyclopedie. Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep, 2005. 255 pp. ISBN 90-253-0319-6. [Includes CD-ROM with the text of the Dutch trans. of FW, annotations, errata from the printed ed., and recorded readings of selected passages.]
Boddy, Kasia. "Cultivating Peripheral Vision: Ralph Ellison, James Joyce and the Fight of the Century." Literature Compass 1, i (2004). <>. [Jack Johnson's fight against Jim Jeffries.]
Boes, Tobias Florian. The Syncopated Self: Crises of Historical Experience in the Modernist "Bildungsroman." Ph.D. diss. Yale Univ., 2006 [DAI-A 67, xii (June 2007): 248. Lord Jim, P, Magic Mountain, Glass Bead Game.]
Bohan, Patrick. "National Poets and Joyce." Back to the Present, Forward to the Past: Irish Writing and History since 1798. Ed. Patricia A. Lynch, Joachim Fischer, and Brian Coates. Costerus, n.s., 162. Vol. II. Amsterdam: New York, 2006. 189-201. ISBN 90-420-2038-5.
Boitani, Piero. "Liturgico. James Joyce, Ulisse, 1922." Il romanzo, volume quinto: lezioni. Ed. Franco Moretti, Pier Vincenzo Mengaldo, and Ernesto Franco. Turin: Einaudi, 2003. 439-51. ISBN 88-06-15294-7.
Boland, John M. Joyce's Dubliners as a Model of Defamiliarization. M.A. thesis California State Univ., Long...


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