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Volume 34, Number 2, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

pp. v-vii

Misperceiving Virginia Woolf

pp. 1-21

E. E. Cummings's Tom: A Ballet and Uncle Tom's Doll-Dance of Modernism

pp. 22-44

Cosmopolitanism at Home: Ireland's Playboys from Celtic Revival to Celtic Tiger

pp. 45-64

"What it is to have been": Bergson and Beckett on Movement, Multiplicity and Representation

pp. 65-75

Bounding the Self: Ethics, Anxiety and Territories of Personhood in Samuel Beckett's Fiction

pp. 76-96

Joyce's Early Aesthetic

pp. 97-120

"Circe" and Surrealism: Joyce and the Avant-Garde

pp. 121-138

A Work Whose Importance Still Escapes Us: Joyce After Surrealism

pp. 139-153

Waking Europa: Joyce, Ferrero and the Metamorphosis of Irish History

pp. 154-177

Paranoid Modernism in Joyce and Kafka

pp. 178-191

James Joyce as Philosopher and Theologian of Time

pp. 192-195

Joyce's Loss of Faith

pp. 196-203

Notes on Contributors

pp. 204-206

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