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From: James Joyce Quarterly
Volume 47, Number 4, Summer 2010
pp. 631-642 | 10.1353/jjq.2010.0017

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Our gratitude goes first to Fritz Senn for encouraging a visit to the Zurich James Joyce Foundation and its extraordinary library. Thanks for other contributions to Tim Ahern, Vincent Golden, K. P. S. Jochum, Heather Kelley, Erika Mihálycsa, Federico Sabatini, Dan Schiff, and Andreas Weigel, and a special note of appreciation to Jim LeBlanc for spotting the Pasadena Star-News story that reported Joyceans to be “the punk rockers of academe.” 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/.

William S. Brockman  

William S. Brockman has been the Paterno Family Librarian for Literature at Penn State since 2001 and Bibliographer of JJQ since 1991. His essay entitled “Letters” appeared in James Joyce in Context in 2009.

JJ Works

Finnegans Wake, the Final Chapter: The Illnesstraited Colossick Idition. Littleton: AFIPR, 2010. [237] pp. ISBN 0-9702241-2-5. [Illustrated by Tim Ahern.]
James Joyce, scrivere pericolosamente: riflessioni su vita, arte, letteratura. Ed. Federico Sabatini. Trans. Federico Sabatini. Filigrana, 49. Rome: Minimum Fax, 2011. [168] pp. ISBN 978-88-7521-329-9.
Ulysses. Lexington: 1st Edition Media, 2009. 440 pp. ISBN 97814450571609. [“Original version.”]
Ulysses. Blacksburg: Wilder Publications, 2009. 554 pp. ISBN 978-1-60459-865-0. [Also available digitally for the Nook reader via bn.com.]

Secondary Sources

Abiko Annual with James Joyce Finnegans Wake Studies no. 26 (2007). [Contents: Tatsuo Hamada, “Forward Excuse to My Readers,” 6–8; James Joyce, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 5 (Page 104–124) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 9–34; James Joyce, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 6 (Page 126–168) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 35–88; Tatsuo Hamada, “Reading Finnegans Wake (excerpts),” 89–99; Tatsuo Hamada, “Autobiography of Joan Peternel,” 100–09; Joan Peternel, “Ulysses Goes to Finnegans Wake,” 110–16; Joan Peternel, “‘Thots’ on the ‘Patholic’ Wake,” 117–23; Tatsuo Hamada, “Joan Peternel and Finnegans Wake,” 124–34; Tatsuo Hamada, “Tim Horvath and Finnegans Wake,” 134–43; Tim Horvath, “The Copy-Editor’s Wake,” 144–49.]
Abiko Annual with James Joyce Finnegans Wake Studies no. 27 (2008). [Contents: Tatsuo Hamada, “Reading FW Is Translating It,” 6–7; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 2 (Page 30–47) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 8–29; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 3 (Page 48–74) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 30–62; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part I, Chapter 4 (Page 75–103) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 63–98; Tatsuo Hamada, “Japanese Translation of Part IV, (Page 593–619) of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Tatsuo Hamada,” 99–131; Tatsuo Hamada, “Dwight Brooks and Finnegans Wake,” 132–41.]
ANDERSON, John P. Joyce’s Finnegans Wake: The Curse of Kabbalah, Volume 3. Boca Raton: Universal Publishers, 2009. 365 pp. ISBN 1-59942-858-X.
BAZARNIK, Katarzyna. “Liberature: On the Origin of (Literary) Species.” Vlak 2 (May 2011): 290–97. [U and FW as new phenomena.]
BÉKÉS, Pál. A Lesson in Aspiration: Two Neglected Blooms in the Hungarian Woods = Nyelvlecke: két elfeledett Virágh a magyar pagonyból. Trans. Stephen Humphreys. Szombathely: Savaria University Press, 2011. 30, 30 pp. ISBN 978-963-9882-76-8. [Imaginary biography of Rudolph Bloom.]
BÉNÉJAM, Valérie, and John Bishop, eds. Making Space in the Works of James Joyce. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature, 19. New York: Routledge, 2011. xii, 239 pp. ISBN 0-415-997410. [Contents: Valérie Bénéjam, “Introduction: Making Space,” 1–19; John Bishop, “Space in Finnegans Wake: An Archaeology,” 20–37; André Topia, “Optical Space in Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” 38–54; Valérie Bénéjam, “The Acoustic Space of Ulysses,” 55–68; Luke Gibbons, “Text and the City: Joyce, Dublin, and Colonial Modernity,” 69–90; Liam Lanigan, “Gabriel’s Remapping of Dublin: The Fabricated Cityscape of ‘The Dead,’” 91–108; Michael Rubenstein, “A Portrait...



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