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  • Joyce Studies Annual Ten Year Index by Subject

alcohol

  • Carpentier, Martha C. “‘We have been abandoned here’: Catholicism and the Priesthood in Joyce’s ‘The Sisters’ and Graham Greene’s The Power and the Glory.” Joyce Studies Annual 22 (2014): 119–42.

  • Gordon, John. “Noble Rot.” Joyce Studies Annual 23 (2015): 178–85.

  • Rich, Lauren. “A Table for One: Hunger and Unhomeliness in Joyce’s Public Eateries.” Joyce Studies Annual 18 (2010): 71–98.

  • Sharkey, Rodney X. “Patriarchal Dissolution in Finnegans Wake: Reading Joyce’s ‘porterpeace.’” Joyce Studies Annual 24 (2016): 110–29.

  • Shovlin, Frank. “‘Endless Stories About the Distillery’: Joyce, Death, and Whiskey.” Joyce Studies Annual 15 (2007): 134–58.

animals

  • Ayo, Denise A. “Scratching at Scabs: The Garryowens of Ireland.” Joyce Studies Annual 18 (2010): 153–72.

  • Ulin, Julieann. “‘Famished Ghosts’: Famine Memory in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Joyce Studies Annual 19 (2011): 20–63.

art

  • Lavers, Michael. “‘To No End Gathered’: Poetry and Urination in Joyce’s Ulysses.” Joyce Studies Annual 21 (2013): 297–306.

  • Leonard, Garry. “Soul Survivor: Stephen Dedalus as the Priest of the Eternal Imagination.” Joyce Studies Annual 23 (2015): 3–27.

  • Opest, Michael. “Epiphanic Ulysses: Joyce’s Trail of Breadcrumbs.” Joyce Studies Annual 24 (2016): 154–74.

  • Quirici, Marion. “Degeneration, Decadence, and Joyce’s Modernist Aesthetics.” Joyce Studies Annual 24 (2016): 84–109.

  • Sharkey, Rodney X.. “Patriarchal Dissolution in Finnegans Wake: Reading Joyce’s ‘porterpeace.’” Joyce Studies Annual 24 (2016): 110–29. [End Page 275]

biography

  • Lernout, Geert. “Finishing a Book Without Title: The Final Years of ‘Work in Progress.’” Joyce Studies Annual 21 (2013): 3–32.

  • O’Connor, Elizabeth Foley. “Review of Janine Utell’s James Joyce and the Revolt of Love: Marriage, Adultery, Desire.” Joyce Studies Annual 19 (2011): 213–22.

  • Sigler, Amanda. “Joyce’s Ellmann: The Beginnings of James Joyce.” Joyce Studies Annual 18 (2010): 3–70.

bodily functions

  • Fairhall, James. “Nature, Existential Shame, and Transcendence: An Eco-critical Approach to Ulysses.” Joyce Studies Annual 20 (2012): 66–95.

  • Haffey, Hailey. “Speak, Suck, Bite … Kiss: Mother–Son Love in Joyce.” Joyce Studies Annual 24 (2016): 206–30.

  • King, Ethan. “‘All that the hand says when you touch’: Intercorporeal Ethics in Joyce’s Ulysses.” Joyce Studies Annual 23 (2015): 55–72.

  • Lavers, Michael. “‘To No End Gathered’: Poetry and Urination in Joyce’s Ulysses.” Joyce Studies Annual 21 (2013): 297–306.

  • Quirici, Marion. “Degeneration, Decadence, and Joyce’s Modern Disability Aesthetics.” Joyce Studies Annual 24 (2016): 84–109.

  • Sayers, William. “The Russian General, Gargantua, and Writing of ‘Wit’s Waste.’” Joyce Studies Annual 16 (2008): 146–62.

death

  • Benjamin, Roy. “Room in the Kirkeyaard: Either/Or and the Heinousness of Choice in Finnegans Wake.” Joyce Studies Annual 22 (2014): 215–35.

  • Lamson, Brandon. “Orpheus Descending: Images of Psychic Descent in ‘Hades’ and ‘Circe.’” Joyce Studies Annual 18 (2010): 254–61.

  • Renggli, Gabriel. “A Wakean Whodunit: Death and Authority in Finnegans Wake.” Joyce Studies Annual 22 (2014): 3–24.

  • Shovlin, Frank. “‘Endless Stories About the Distillery’: Joyce, Death, and Whiskey.” Joyce Studies Annual 15 (2007): 134–58.

  • Steinberg, Faith. “Joyce Illustrates Finnegans Wake and HCE Goes Tomb-Hopping.” Joyce Studies Annual 18 (2010): 248–53.

  • Ulin, Julieann. “‘Famished Ghosts’: Famine Memory in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Joyce Studies Annual 19 (2011): 20–63. [End Page 276]

  • Valante, Joseph. “Stephen’s ‘Allwombing Tomb’: Mourning and the Incorporation of the Mother in Ulysses.” Joyce Studies Annual 20 (2012): 5–28.

disability

  • Cormier, Andre. “‘Our eyes demand their turn. Let them be seen!’: The Transcendental Blind Stripling.” Joyce Studies Annual 16 (2008): 203–25.

  • Nemecek, Angela Lea. “Reading the Disabled Woman: Gerty MacDowell and the Stigmaphilic Space of ‘Nausicaa.’” Joyce Studies Annual 18 (2010): 173–202.

  • Quirici, Marion. “Degeneration, Decadence and Joyce’s Modernist Disability Aesthetics.” Joyce Studies Annual 24 (2016): 84–109.

dublin

  • D’Arcy, Anne Marie. “‘Vartryville’: Dublin’s Water Supply and Joyce’s Sublation of Local Government.” Joyce Studies Annual 21 (2013): 252–93.

  • Gerber, Richard J. “Clocks and Time in ‘Araby.’” Joyce Studies Annual 22 (2014): 274–77.

  • Rich, Lauren. “A Table for One: Hunger and Unhomeliness in Joyce’s Public Eateries.” Joyce Studies Annual 18 (2010): 71–98.

  • Weng, Julie McCormick. “From ‘Dear Dirty Dublin’ to ‘Hibernian Metroplois’: A Vision...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1538-4241
Print ISSN
1049-0809
Pages
pp. 275-292
Launched on MUSE
2017-03-15
Open Access
No
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