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  • Current JJ Checklist (139)
  • William S. Brockman

Our thanks to contributors to this number of the "Current Checklist": Sabrina Alonso, Ronan Crowley, Richard Gerber, Lea Pao, Friedhelm Rathjen, and Fritz Senn. The entire retrospective James Joyce Checklist, hosted since 2008 by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin, compiles citations from earlier issues of the JJQ and provides extensive coverage of editions, criticism, and research dating back to Joyce's lifetime. This resource is available at Please send contributions or suggestions to your bibliographer at


Exiles. Ed. Keri Walsh. Oxford World's Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021. li, 127 pp. ISBN 978-0-19-880006-4. [Includes "Ibsen's New Drama" and "The Day of the Rabblement."]
Finnegans Wake by a Thread. Ed. Dirce Waltrick do Amarante. São Paulo: Iluminuras, 2021. ISBN 978-6-555-19077-9. [Abridgement with notes.]


AL-KHAYYAT, Amal, and Yousef Awad. "Alameddine's Appropriation of Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Forum for World Literature Studies 12, i (March 2020): 144-57.
AMARAL, Vitor Alevato do. "Abahia se revém: Considerações sobre a tradução de Finnegans Wake." Revista Da Anpoll 1, no. 50 (Sep-Dec): 152-64. HTTP://DX.DOI.ORG/10.18309/ANP.V1I50.1332.
AMARAL, Vitor Alevato do. "Finnegans Wake is Now 80: Can We Finally Read it?" Ideas: Revista de la Escuela de Lenguas Modernas 6, vi (2020): 1-7.
AMARAL, Vitor Alevato do, Elis Maria Cogo, and Eloisa Dall'Bello. "As nove vidas de um conto: as traduções de 'Os mortos,' de James Joyce, em português brasileiro (1942-2018)." Gragoatá 24, no. 49 (May-August 2019): 483-512. [End Page 355]
AUTIERI, Arianna. "La 'verbal music' di James Joyce in traduzione." Ticontre: Teoria Testo Traduzione no. 11 (2019): 407-29.
AYUK, Athanasius A. "Identity and Dissent in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and D. H. Lawrence's The Rainbow." International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences 6, i (January-February 2021): 163-76.
AZEREDO, Genilda, and Bernardo L. A. Soares. "Eveline e Elvira: subjetividades femininas em diálogo intertextual." Revista Ártemis 29, i (January-June 2020): 316-25.
BEARD, Lauren. The Aesthetics of Nachträglichkeit: Traumatic Temporality and the First World War in Proust, Joyce, and Mann. Ph.D. diss. University of Toronto, 2020. 237 pp.
BILAL, Muhammad, Naseem Ullah Khan, and Syed Qasim Shah. "Freedom and Desire: A Quest for Spiritual Journey in James Joyce's Novel Ulysses/A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Research Journal of Social Sciences & Economics Review 2, i (January-March 2021): 71-78.
BIRGY, Philippe. "The Challenge of Taking Sides: Virtue as Corruption in Joyce's Ulysses." Miranda 21 (2020): 1-21.
BONFIGLIO, Richard. "Semicolonial Masculinity and Synchronic Narration in 'Araby.'" Studies in Modern Fiction 27, i (2020): 153-77.
BOYSEN, Benjamin. "A War in Words: James Joyce's Last Comedy (Finnegans Wake)." The Rhetoric of Topics and Forms. Ed. Gianna Zocco. Collected Papers of the 21st Congress of the ICLA, 4. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2021. 403-13. ISBN 978-3-11-064148-6.
CEPACH, Riccardo. "Every Picture Tells a Story: When Joyce and Svevo Played Bowls." TLS no. 6146 (15 January 2021): 13. [1908 photograph from Trieste. Translated by Carmine Di Biase.]
CHOI, Seokmoo. "Joyce's Representation of Ireland as a Partner in the British Empire." Wenshan Review of Literature and Culture 12, ii (June 2019): 139-63.
COELHO, Daniella Paez, and Vera Lucia Lenz Vianna. "The Condition...


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