restricted access   2013

Table of Contents


pp. ix-xiv


Finishing a Book Without Title: The Final Years of “Work in Progress”

pp. 3-32

“A Thankless Occupation”: James Joyce and His Translator Ludmila Savitzky

pp. 33-61

Irish Unionism, North of Ireland Protestantism, and the Home Rule Question in Joyce’s Dubliners

pp. 62-94

Replication and Narration: “Counterparts” as a Replicon of Joycean Narration

pp. 95-113

“The most important thing that can happen to a man”: Fatherhood as a Challenge to Symbolism in “A Little Cloud”

pp. 114-128

The Woman Who Did: Maria’s Maternal Misdirection in “Clay”

pp. 129-150

The Child’s Perspective: Hardy, Joyce, and the Redefinition of Childlike Romantic Sensibilities

pp. 151-171

Depiction, Ontogeny, and Lyric in A Portrait

pp. 172-206

“Met him pike hoses”: Ulysses and the Neurology of Reading

pp. 207-237

The Physics of Voice in Joyce’s “Ithaca”

pp. 238-251

“Vartryville”: Dublin’s Water Supply and Joyce’s Sublation of Local Government

pp. 252-293


“To No End Gathered”: Poetry and Urination in Joyce’s Ulysses

pp. 297-306

Leopold Bloom, Prince of the People

pp. 307-311

Polar Exploration in Finnegans Wake

pp. 312-326


pp. 327-330