1. A Life with Joyce
  2. Thomas F. Staley
  3. pp. 3-11
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  1. Litigating the Right to Be a Scholar
  2. Robert Spoo
  3. pp. 12-21
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  1. Fresh Evidence and Further Complications: Correcting the Text of the Random House 1934 Edition of Ulysses
  2. Alistair McCleery, William S. Brockman, Ian Gunn
  3. pp. 37-77
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  1. He’s Got Bette Davis Eyes: James Joyce and Melodrama
  2. Garry Leonard
  3. pp. 78-104
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  1. "Odd Jobs": James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and the Scandal Fragment
  2. Margot Gayle Backus
  3. pp. 105-145
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  1. The Russian General, Gargantua, and Writing of “Wit’s Waste”
  2. William Sayers
  3. pp. 146-162
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  1. 1904: A Space Odyssey
  2. Sam Slote
  3. pp. 163-171
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  1. Irish Nationalism’s Sacrificial Homosociality in Ulysses
  2. Michael Patrick Lapointe
  3. pp. 172-202
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  1. “Our eyes demand their turn. Let them be seen!”: The Transcendental Blind Stripling
  2. Andre Cormier
  3. pp. 203-225
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  1. Sketches of James Joyce Going Blind
  2. Carl Köhler
  3. pp. 229-231
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  1. The Finnegans Wake Diagram and Giordano Bruno
  2. Carla Baricz
  3. pp. 235-242
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  1. “Sounding strangely in my ears”: Foregrounded Words and Joyce’s Revision of “The Sisters”
  2. Frank Kerins
  3. pp. 243-248
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  1. Sworn and Forlorn: Chateaubriand’s Atala and Joyce’s “Eveline”
  2. Steven Doloff
  3. pp. 249-254
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  1. Preface
  2. Philip Sicker, Moshe Gold
  3. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 255-258
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