Volume 51, Number 2-3, Winter-Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Perspectives

“Holy cow! A Dazibao!”: A Remembrance of Simon Loekle

pp. 281-283
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A World Without Cicci: Rosa Maria Bollettieri Bosinelli, 1940–2016

pp. 284-287
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An Untiring Scholar and a Generous Spirit: Remembering Joseph A. Kestner

pp. 288-291
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Shakespearean Joyce/Joycean Shakespeare: A Review of the IX James Joyce Italian Foundation Conference in Rome, 2–3 February 2016

pp. 292-296
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Articles

Exiles in the Grey Area

pp. 297-316
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Trouble in Paradise: Violence and the Phoenix Park in Finnegans Wake

pp. 317-331
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Joyce’s Panarchy: Time, Ecological Resilience, and Finnegans Wake

pp. 333-352
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Curating the Colony: Museums in Ulysses

pp. 353-370
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“Eat it and get all pigsticky”: The Spinozist Body and Contagious Metaphor in “Circe”

pp. 371-393
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Free Indirect Style in Joyce’s Book Reviews

pp. 395-417
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“And words. They are not in my dictionary”: A Lexicographical Study of James Joyce and the Oxford English Dictionary

pp. 419-436
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An Immodest Proposal: The Politics of the Portmanteau in Ulysses

pp. 437-454
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New Light on Lyric XXXVI in Joyce’s Chamber Music: The Influences of Paul Gregan and James Clarence Mangan

pp. 455-472
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Current JJ Checklist

Current JJ Checklist (123)

pp. 473-488
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Notes

Revisiting Molly’s Lovers

pp. 489-493
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Limping in Edenville

pp. 493-497
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Entertainments

Gumshoe Joyce!

p. 499
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The Bloomiad: A Mock Heroic Epic in Eighteen Stanzas

pp. 501-508
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Reviews

Scandal Work: James Joyce, the New Journalism, and the Home Rule Newspaper Wars by Margot Gayle Backus (review)

pp. 509-513
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James Joyce in the Nineteenth Century ed. by John Nash (review)

pp. 513-516
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Derrida and Joyce: Texts and Contexts ed. by Andrew J. Mitchell, Sam Slote (review)

pp. 516-520
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A Tale of a Pub: Re-Reading the “Cyclops” Episode of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” in the Context of Irish Cultural Nationalism by Marianna Gula (review)

pp. 520-525
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Zelfportret van de kunstenaar als jonge man by James Joyce, and: They Were Like Poetry by Elisabeth Tonnard (review)

pp. 525-529
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Rereading the New Criticism ed. by Miranda B. Hickman, John D. McIntyre (review)

pp. 529-532
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The Problem with Pleasure: Modernism and Its Discontents by Laura Frost (review)

pp. 532-535
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The Contemporary Novel and the City: Re-Conceiving National and Narrative Form by Stuti Khanna (review)

pp. 535-537
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Is There Hiberno-English on Them? Hiberno-English in Modern Irish Literature: The Use of Dialect in Joyce, O’Brien, Shaw and Friel by Gisela Zingg (review)

pp. 538-540
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Ricorso, Act III of “Finnegans Wake,” an Operoar composed and conducted by Martin Pearlman (review)

pp. 540-543
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Contributors

pp. 545-547
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