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From: James Joyce Quarterly
Volume 46, Number 2, Winter 2009
pp. 341-359 | 10.1353/jjq.0.0152

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Thanks this time to Marco Camerani, Kazuhiro Doki, Vincent Golden, Susan Graf, K. P. S. Jochum, Eric Novotny, Friedhelm Rathjen, Federico Sabatini, Emily Sharpe, and Andreas Weigel. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail to uxb5@psu.edu. The Checklists are cumulated online in The James Joyce Checklist : < http://research.hrc.utexas.edu/jamesjoycechecklist/ >.

JJ Works

The Dead. Ed. Thomas Fasano. Claremont: Coyote Canyon Press, 2008. 70 pp. ISBN 0-9796607-9-3.

Dubliners. Clayton, DE: Prestwick House, 2006. 191 pp. ISBN 1-58049-165-0. [“An unabridged republication with slight emendations of Dubliners, published in 1914.” With notes, “reading pointers,” glossary, and vocabulary.]

Secondary Sources

AITKEN, Robert, and Marilyn Aitken. “United States of America against One Book Entitled Ulysses by James Joyce.” Law Makers, Law Breakers, and Uncommon Trials. Chicago: American Bar Association, 2007. 337–49. ISBN 1-59031-880-3.

ALLEN, Nicholas. “Irregular Joyce.” Modernism, Ireland and Civil War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 20–41. ISBN 0-521-48995-4.

ATKINS, G. Douglas. “Priests of Eternal Imagination: Literature and Religion—The Instance of James Joyce and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” Literary Paths to Religious Understanding: Essays on Dryden, Pope, Keats, George Eliot, Joyce, T. S. Eliot, and E. B. White. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 79–107. ISBN 0230-62147-3.

AZARI, Ehsan. Lacan and the Destiny of Literature: Desire, Jouissance and the Sinthome in Shakespeare, Donne, Joyce and Ashbery. Continuum Literary Studies. London: Continuum, 2008. [ix], 205 pp. ISBN 1-8470-6379-9.

BALLIN, Malcolm. “The Bloomsday Periodical: What Could Leopold Bloom Have Been Reading?” Irish Pages 3, i (Spring/Summer 2005): 241–51.

BARAZON, Tatjana. “Des livres dans la tête: la bibliothèque imaginaire chez Bradbury, Canetti et Joyce.” Conserveries mémorielles 5 (2008). < http://cm.revues.org/129 >.

BATTLES, Jan. “Budget Ulysses to Flood Market: James Joyce’s Grandson Agrees Deal for New Edition with Small Publisher before Copyright Runs Out.” Sunday Times (9 August 2009): 6. [Forthcoming Wordsworth Edition.]

(BEAULIEU, Victor-Lévy. James Joyce, l’Irlande, le Québec, les mots: essai hilare. 2006.) [Revs.: Mark Harris, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 33, i (Spring 2007): 102–03; Sherry Simon, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 33, i (Spring 2007): 99–102.]

(BECKMAN, Richard. Joyce’s Rare View: The Nature of Things in Finnegans Wake. 2007.) [Rev.: Bradley D. Clissold, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 33, ii (Fall 2007): 72.]

(BEGNAL, Michael H. Joyce and the City: The Significance of Place. 2002.) [Rev.: Robert Brazeau, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 30, ii (Fall 2004): 74–75.]

BEJA, Morris, and Anne Fogarty, eds. Bloomsday 100: Essays on Ulysses. Florida James Joyce Series. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2009. xii, 256 pp. ISBN 0-8130-3402-7. [Contents: Anne Fogarty, “Introduction,” 1–11; David Spurr, “Joyce’s Debris,” 15–30; John Gordon, “‘Mkgnao!’ ‘Mrkgnao!’ ‘Mrkgrnao!’ The Pussens Perplex,” 31–40; Austin Briggs, “Why Leopold Bloom Menstruates,” 41–61; Richard P. Lynch, “Mixing Memory and Desire: Narrative Strategies and the Past in Ulysses,” 65–76; Tracey Teets Schwarze, “Inventing Identity in Ulysses: ‘Kitty’ O’Shea, Memoir, and Molly Bloom,” 77–95; Greg Winston, “Barracks and Brothels: Militarism and Prostitution in Ulysses,” 96–114; Anthony Paraskeva, “‘In the Beginning Was the Gest’: Theater, Cinema, and the Language of Gesture in ‘Circe,’” 117–34; Katherine O’Callaghan, “Reading Music, Performing Text: Interpreting the Song of the Sirens,” 135–49; Timothy Martin, “Joyce, Ulysses, Melodrama,” 150–60; Yu-Chen Lin, “Modernity and Its Discontents: Fashion and ‘My Girl’s a Yorkshire Girl,’” 163–77; Gerald Gillespie, “Schopenhauer’s Shadow, or Stephen as Philosophic Superman,” 178–89; Robert Weninger, “Days of Our Lives: The One-Day Novel as Homage à Joyce,” 190–210; Michael Patrick Gillespie, “Past Its Sell-by Date: When to Stop Reading Joyce Criticism,” 213–27; Margot Norris, “Secrets, Narratology, and Implicature: A Virgin Reading of ‘Calypso,’” 228–39.]

BENDELLI, Giuliana. “La presenza di James Joyce nelle riviste italiane tra le due guerre.” Chi stramalediva gli inglesi: La diffusione della letteratura inglese e americana in Italia tra le due guerre. Ed. Arturo Cattaneo. Scienze linguistiche e letterature straniere, Contributi...



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