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  • Current JJ Checklist (104)
  • William S. Brockman

Thanks this time to Martha Campbell, Seokmoo Choi, Jeff Edmunds, K. P. S. Jochum, Andreas Weigel, and Wolfgang Wicht. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail touxb5@psu.edu. The Checklists are cumulated online in The James Joyce Checklist: < http://research.hrc.utexas.edu/jamesjoycechecklist/ >.

JJ Works

“Dorme, agora.” Colóquio Letras no. 165 (September-December): 74. [Portuguese trans. of CM XXXIV.]

Yuvavenna nilaykka oru kalakarante chayacitram. Trans. Jon Markka Cakkalaykkal. Kottayam, Kerala State, India: DC Books, 2005. 260 pp. ISBN 81-26409-56-8. [Malayalam translation of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.]

Secondary Sources

ALTSCHULER, E. L. “Brain Contusion/Sudden Cardiopulmonary Arrest Syndrome in ‘A Painful Case’ from James Joyce’s Dubliners.” South African Medical Journal 98, vi (June): 442. < http://www.samj.org.za/index.php/samj/article/viewFile/1481/1154 >.

ARKINS, Brian. “Greek Literature: Homer and Lyric Poetry.” Hellenising Ireland: Greek and Roman Themes in Modern Irish Literature. Newbridge: Goldsmith, 2005. 126–42. [“Appropriation” of Homer in Ulysses.]

ARMAND, Louis. “Spectres of Sovereignty.” After History. Ed. Martin Procházka. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2006. 193–212. ISBN 80-7308-127-X. [On the “tundish” scene in A Portrait.]

ASHTON, Cat. Journeys to Death and Enlightenment: Reclaiming the Immrama for the Modern Reader. M.A. diss. York University, 2007. 189 pp. [MAI 47, iv (August 2009). “Medieval Irish stories of otherworld sea voyages” and Ulysses.] [End Page 557]

ATTRIDGE, Derek. “Finnegans Wake.” 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. Ed. Peter Boxall. New York: Universe, 2006. 407. ISBN 0-7893-1370-7.

BARLEBEN, Dale Irwin. Manufacturing Guilt: The Trials and Traumas of the British Moderns. Ph.D. diss. University of Toronto, 2008. 235 pp. [DAI-A 69, vi (December 2008). Wilde, Conrad, Ford, and Joyce.]

BARON, Scarlett. “Flaubert, Joyce: Vision, Photography, Cinema.” Modern Fiction Studies 54, iv (Winter 2008): 689–714.

BASSNETT, Susan. “Influence and Intertextuality: A Reappraisal.” Forum for Modern Language Studies 43, ii (2007): 134–46. [In part, on JJ and Svevo.]

BECKER, L. D. F. The Memory of Text—the Text of Memory: A Study of Selected Works by James Joyce. Ph.D. diss. Leeds, 2007. [Index to Theses 57–191.]

BECKETT, Samuel. The Letters of Samuel Beckett: Volume I, 1929–1940. Ed. Martha Dow Fehsenfeld, Lois More Overbeck, George Craig, and Dan Gunn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. xcix, 782 pp. ISBN 0-521-86793-2. [Includes three letters to JJ: 23 March 1929, 26 April 1929, and 13 January 1940; and numerous references to JJ throughout.]

(BECKMAN, Richard. Joyce’s Rare View: The Nature of Things in Finnegans Wake. 2007.) [Rev.: Massimo Bacigalupo, Modern Language Review 104, i (January 2009): 186–87.]

BENDER, Abby Sara. Out of Egypt and into Bondage: Exodus in the Irish National Imagination. Ph.D. diss. Princeton University, 2006. 253 pp. [DAI-A 67, ii (Aug 2006). [“How Joyce’s Ulysses, through a critique and revision of earlier nationalist uses of the rhetoric of Exodus, reveals a nation born in the wilderness.”]

BENET, Juan. “James Joyce, una separación.” Una biografía literaria. Valladolid: cuatro. ediciones, 2007. 39–61. ISBN 978-84-934176-5-9.

(BEVIS, Matthew. The Art of Eloquence: Byron, Dickens, Tennyson, Joyce. 2007.) [Revs.: John Harvey, Essays in Criticism 59, i (January 2009): 83–90; Peter Robinson, “A Proper Caution,” Cambridge Quarterly 37, iii (2008): 366–73.]

(BLASCHKE, Bernd. Der homo oeconomicus und sein Kredit bei Musil, Joyce, Svevo, Unamuno und Céline. 2004.) [Revs.: Eric Achermann, Arbitrium 24, i (2006): 116–29; Wolfgang Wicht, Historical Materialism 16, i (2008): 216–24.]

BOLLER, F. “James Joyce and Neurology.” European Journal of Neurology 12, supplement 2 (September 2005): 294–95. [End Page 558]

BONGIOVANNI, Lynne A. “‘Turbaned faces going by’: James Joyce and Irish Orientalism.” Ariel 38, iv (October 2007): 25–49.

BOXALL, Peter. “From Joyce to Beckett: From National to Global.” Beckett and Ethics. Ed. Russell Smith. Continuum Literary Studies Series. London: Continuum, 2008. 147–62. ISBN 0-8264-9836-1.

BROWN, K. James Joyce, Music and Memory. Ph.D. diss. Trinity College Dublin, 2007. [Index to Theses 56–15688.]

BUTCHER, Carolyn...

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ISSN
1938-6036
Print ISSN
0021-4183
Pages
pp. 557-573
Launched on MUSE
2009-08-05
Open Access
No
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