1. Edmund L. Epstein
  2. Mose Gold
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. Stephen’s “Allwombing Tomb”: Mourning, Paternity, and the Incorporation of the Mother in Ulysses
  2. Joseph Valente
  3. pp. 5-28
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  1. Ulysses in the Marketplace: 1932
  2. Luca Crispi
  3. pp. 29-65
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  1. Nature, Existential Shame, and Transcendence: An Ecocritical Approach to Ulysses
  2. James Fairhall
  3. pp. 66-95
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  1. “Where’s that bleeding awfur?”: The Oxen Coda in Translation, Authorized (Mis)readers
  2. Erika Mihálycsa
  3. pp. 96-130
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  1. Orwell’s Joyce and Coming Up for Air
  2. Martha C. Carpentier
  3. pp. 131-153
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  1. “A Tame Bird Escaped from Captivity”: Leaving Ireland in George Moore’s The Lake and Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  2. Paul Jones
  3. pp. 154-173
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  1. Cowboys and Indians: Joyce’s “An Encounter” and the Failed Heroics of Young Ireland
  2. Bonnie Roos
  3. pp. 174-207
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  1. Nuvoletta and the “Dantellising Peaches”: Dante, Femininity, and the Poetic Intertexts of Issy in Finnegans Wake
  2. James Robinson
  3. pp. 208-241
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  1. Northmen … Norman … Noman: Conquest and Effacement in Finnegans Wake
  2. Roy Benjamin
  3. pp. 242-260
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  1. Parodic Romance: Joyce, Byron, and Sir Tristan in Finnegans Wake II.4
  2. Elaine Wood
  3. pp. 263-272
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  1. Joyce on “L’Arabie”
  2. Richard J. Gerber
  3. pp. 273-276
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  1. Joyce’s Reception in Romania, 1935–1965
  2. Arleen Ionescu
  3. pp. 277-285
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  1. Preface
  2. Philip Sicker
  3. pp. ix-xiii
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 287-289
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