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From: James Joyce Quarterly
Volume 47, Number 2, Winter 2010
pp. 267-282 | 10.1353/jjq.2011.0008

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Special thanks to Fritz Senn and to Amanda Sigler for supplying us with copies of The Cat and the Devil in the various languages of Switzerland and to Friedhelm Rathjen for his annual account of German goodies. Our gratitude for other contributions goes to Luca Crispi, Margarita Estévez-Saá, Dieter Fuchs, K. P. S. Jochum, Dermot Kelly, Arye Kendi, 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 Checklisthttp://research.hrc.utexas.edu/jamesjoycechecklist/.

JJ Works

The Cat and the Devil. Zurich: Schweizerisches Jugendschriftenwerk, 2010. 31 pp. ISBN 978-3-7269-0561-3. [Illustrated by Roger Blachon. Introduction by Stephen James Joyce.]
Le Chat et le Diable. Trans. Jacques Borel. Zurich: Schweizerisches Jugendschriftenwerk, 2010. 31 pp. ISBN 978-2-07-054879-8. [French translation of The Cat and the Devil. Illustrated by Roger Blachon. Introduction by Stephen James Joyce.]
Il gatto e il Diavolo. Trans. Ottavio Fatica. Zurich: Schweizerisches Jugend-schriftenwerk, 2010. 31 pp. ISBN 978-3-7269-0563-7. [Italian translation of The Cat and the Devil. Illustrated by Roger Blachon. Introduction by Stephen James Joyce.]
Il giat ed il giavel. Trans. Leo Tuor. Zurich: Schweizerisches Jugendschriften- werk, 2010. 31 pp. ISBN 978-3-7269-0560-6. [Romansh translation of The Cat and the Devil. Illustrated by Roger Blachon. Introduction by Stephen James Joyce.]
Die Katze und der Teufel. Trans. Fritz Senn. Zurich: Schweizerisches Jugendschriftenwerk, 2010. 31 pp. ISBN 978-3-7269-0562-0. [German translation of The Cat and the Devil. Illustrated by Roger Blachon. Introduction by Stephen James Joyce.]

Secondary Sources

ARMAND, Louis, and Clare Wallace, eds. Giacomo Joyce: Envoys of the Other. 2nd ed. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2006. [xi], 387 pp. ISBN 80-239-5046-0. [Contents: Louis Armand, "Introduction: Through a Glass Darkly: Reflections on the Other Joyce," 1-19; Fritz Senn, "On Not Coming to Terms with Giacomo Joyce," 20-25; Vicki Mahaffey, "'Giacomo Joyce,'" 26-70; Murray McArthur, "The Image of the Artist: Giacomo Joyce, Ezra Pound and Jacques Derrida," 71-100; Michel Delville, "Epiphanies and Prose Lyrics: James Joyce and the Poetics of the Fragment," 100-130; Kevin Nolan, "Feydeau's Republic," 131-48; Joseph Valente, "(M)othering Himself: Abjection and Cross-Gender Identification in Giacomo Joyce," 149-206; Clare Wallace, "'Ghosts in the Mirror': Perception and the Visual in Giacomo Joyce," 207-27; John McCourt, "Epiphanies of Language, Longing, Liminality in Giacomo Joyce," 228-48; Sheldon Brivic, "The Adultery of Wisdom in Giacomo Joyce," 249-60; M. E. Roughley, "Apology in an Other's Hand: Giacomo Joyce: Who?" 261-76; Renzo Crivelli, "A Portrait of the Artist as an Imaginary Casanova," 277-303; Richard Brown, "Eros and Apposition," 304-14; Louis Armand, "Resistances: Symptom and Desire in Giacomo Joyce," 315-28; Hélène Cixous, "Appendix I: Giacomo Joyce: The Ironic Sobs of Eros," 329-31; Fritz Senn, "Appendix II: Some Further Notes on Giacomo Joyce," 332-37; Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, "Appendix III: Love Me, Love My Ombre, Elle," 338-70; "Selected Bibliography: Works on Giacomo Joyce," 371-77.]
ARAVAMUDAN, Srinivas. "The Adventure Chronotope and the Oriental Xenotrope: Galland, Sheridan, and Joyce Domesticate The Arabian Nights." The Arabian Nights in Historical Context: Between East and West. Ed. Saree Makdisi and Felicity Nussbaum. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. 235-63. ISBN 0-19-955415-7.
(ATKINS, G. Douglas. Literary Paths to Religious Understanding: Essays on Dryden, Pope, Keats, George Eliot, Joyce, T. S. Eliot, and E. B. White. 2009.) [Rev.: N. Birns, Choice 48, i (September 2010): 48-0111.]
BACCOLINI, Raffaella. "'She had become a memory': Women as Memory in James Joyce's Dubliners." mediAzioni no. 6 (2009). <http://mediazioni.sitlec.unibo.it/index.php/no6-anno2009/33-dossierno6-anno2009/68-she-had-become-a-memory-women-as-memory-in-james-joyces-dubliners.html>.
(BEACH, Sylvia. The Letters of Sylvia Beach. 2010.) [Revs.: Kathryn R. Bartelt, Library Journal 135, iii (15 February 2010): 94; David Emblidge, Publishing Research Quarterly 26, iii (September 2010): 216-18; John Greenya, "Literary Dynamo of 1920s Paris," Washington Times (30 July 2010): Books, 6; Kathryn Hughes, "Dear Mr...



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