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  Volume 48, Number 2, Winter 2011

Table of Contents


A Sculpture of James Joyce’s Ulysses

pp. 221-222

“Joyce and Religions: A Gradual Reawakening of the Irish Conscience,” Boston College, 21 April 2012

pp. 222-224

In Memoriam, Edmund Epstein

pp. 224-225

A Note on Edmund Epstein

pp. 225-227


Don’t Call Him “Blazes”: Hugh E. Boylan’s Narrative Caricature

pp. 229-249

“A great deal of dullness. Then some dirt. Then more dullness”: Tom “Tennessee” Williams’s 1936 Reading of Ulysses

pp. 251-263

Joyce’s Phoneygraphs: Music, Mediation, and Noise Unleashed

pp. 265-289

Joyce in Transit: The “Double Star” Effect of Ulysses

pp. 291-304

The “united states of Scotia Picta”: Scottish Literature and History in Finnegans Wake

pp. 305-318

Current Checklist

Current JJ Checklist (113)

pp. 319-338


Allusions to “Eveline” in Finnegans Wake I.8

pp. 339-346

Joyce’s “Rib Risible”?

pp. 347-350

“Poor Penelope. Penelope Rich”: Sir Philip Sidney’s Astrophil and Stella as a Prototype for the Rewriting of the Odysseus Myth in Ulysses

pp. 350-356


Stephen Versus Verses!

p. 357


Who’s Afraid of James Joyce? (review)

pp. 359-362

Modernism and Copyright (review)

pp. 362-365

James Joyce (review)

pp. 365-372

Public Works: Infrastructure, Irish Modernism, and the Postcolonial (review)

pp. 372-378

Empire and Pilgrimage in Conrad and Joyce (review)

pp. 378-380

“Ulysses” in Focus: Genetic, Textual, and Personal Views (review)

pp. 380-384


pp. 386-387


pp. 389-391

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