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Current JJ Checklist (105)

Thanks this time to Edward Burns, Michael Cunningham, Elisabetta D'Erme, Rafael I. García-León, Vincent Golden, K. P. S. Jochum, Ilaria Natali, Andreas Weigel, and Erik Zitser. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail to The Checklists are cumulated online in The James Joyce Checklist <>.

William S. Brockman
Pennsylvania State University

JJ Works

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. London: Collector's Library, 2005. 303 pp. ISBN 1-904919-54-5. [Peter Harness, "Afterword," 295-302.]
Ulysses. Ed. Hans Walter Gabler, Wolfhard Steppe, and Claus Melchior. London: Bodley Head, 2008. 657 pp. ISBN 978-0-099-51119-9. [Michael Groden, "Afterword." Reissue; lacks Gabler's note on the text from the earlier Bodley Head edition.]
"Who Is Sylvia?" L'Odéonie no. 1 (September 2008): 18.

Secondary Sources

Akca, Catherine. "Religion and Identity in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Epiphany 1, i (Fall 2008): 51-61. <[]=17&path[]=17>.
Alfano, Giancarlo. "Ulisse al sepolcro. Per un'analisi comparativa di due Odissee del Novecento." mediAzioni no. 1 (2005). <>. [Ulysses and Stefano D'Arrigo's Horcynus Orca.]
Altizer, Thomas J. J. "An Absolutely New Space." Literature & Theology 21, iv (December 2007): 347-61. [Transfigurations of space in Dante, Milton, Blake, and JJ, especially FW.] [End Page 113]
Angelella, Lisa. Alimentary Modernism. Ph.D. diss. University of Iowa, 2009. 263 pp. [DAI-A 70, v (November 2009). "The phenomenological presentation of particular sensual encounters with food in the work of Ernest Hemingway, Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and Willa Cather."]
Armand, Louis. Techné : James Joyce, Hypertext & Technology. 2nd ed. Acta Universitatis Carolinae: Philologica: Monographia, 139. Prague Studies in English: Monograph 1. Prague: Univerzita Karlova v Praze Nakladatelství Karolinum, 2007. 234 pp. ISBN 978-80-246-1382-6.
Azérad, Hugo. "Parisian Literary Fields: James Joyce and Pierre Reverdy's Theory of the Image." Modern Language Review 103, iii (July 2008): 666-81.
Balsamo, Gian. "Mourning to Death: Love, Altruism, and Stephen Dedalus's Poetry of Grief." Literature & Theology 21, iv (December 2007): 417-36.
Barchas, Janine. "Mapping Northanger Abbey: or, Why Austen's Bath of 1803 Resembles Joyce's Dublin of 1904." Review of English Studies 60, no. 245 (June 2009): 431-59.
Berry, Robert. Ulysses "seen." Throwaway Horse, 2009. <>. [Graphic adaptation. With "Readers' Guide" by Mike Barsanti.]
(BEVIS, Matthew. The Art of Eloquence: Byron, Dickens, Tennyson, Joyce. 2007.) [Rev.: Matthew Creasy, Review of English Studies 59, no. 241 (September 2008): 639-41.]
Bloom, Emily C. "'The Protestant Thing to Do': Anglo-Irish Performance in James Joyce's Dubliners and Samuel Beckett's All That Fall." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 51, i (Spring 2009): 1-16.
Bowen, Elizabeth. "James Joyce." People, Places, Things: Essays. Ed. Allan Hepburn. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2008. 239-47. ISBN 978-0-7486-3569-6. [Reprinted from The Bell (1941).]
Bowers, Paul. "'Charley, you're my darwing!' Sexual Selection in the Joycean Nursery." Journal of Modern Literature 32, iv (Summer 2009): 34-42. ["Mime of Mick, Nick and the Maggies."]
Boxall, Peter. "From Joyce to Beckett: From National to Global." Since Beckett: Contemporary Writing in the Wake of Modernism. London: Continuum, 2009. 135-47. ISBN 0-8264-9167-7.
Boysen, Benjamin. "Music, Epiphanies, and the Language of Love: James Joyce's Chamber Music." Interlitteraria no. 12 (2007): 310-31.
Boysen, Benjamin. "The Self and the Other: On James Joyce's 'A Painful Case' and 'The Dead.'" Orbis Litterarum 62, v (October 2007): 394-418. [End Page 114]
Brick, Martin R. What's the Point to Eschatology? Multiple Religions and Terminality in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Ph.D. diss. Marquette University, 2009. 201 pp...