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From: Joyce Studies Annual

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pp. ix-xiii

The Stakes of Stephen's Gambit in "Scylla and Charybdis"

pp. 1-33

Not Quite Honest: Samuel Roth's "Unauthorized" Ulysses and the 1927 International Protest

pp. 34-66

The Metamorphoses of Ulysses

pp. 67-88

Greekly Imperfect: The Homeric Origins of Joyce's "Nausicaa"

pp. 89-108

Translating the Gap: The Hungarian and Romanian "Fillings-in" of Bloom's "I. AM. A. " in "Nausicaa"

pp. 109-124

"Ruby pride of the on the floor naked": Fetishizing the Circus Girl in Joyce's Ulysses

pp. 125-158

Attempting to Teach Finnegans Wake: Reading Strategies and Interpretive Arguments for Newcomers

pp. 159-187

Collideorscape: Finnegans Wake in the Large and in the Small

pp. 188-211

"Knock knock. War's where!": History, Macbeth, and Finnegans Wake

pp. 212-223

The Second Gospel in Finnegans Wake

pp. 224-247

"Pseudostylic Shamiana": James Joyce and James Clarence Mangan

pp. 248-265

The Deification of Corley in "Two Gallants": Reinventing the Neurotic Self

pp. 266-276

"Who is G. C.?": Misprizing Gabriel Conroy in Joyce's "The Dead"

pp. 277-303


pp. 305-307