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Month: October 2016

Clever, Very: James Fairhall

“The Irish Bogtrotters” by William Elmes. Image © Trustees of the British Museum As part of our efforts to provide new online content to our readers, the James Joyce Quarterly is proud to introduce our new interview series, “Clever, Very”.... MORE

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JoyceStick: Creating a Virtual Ulysses

With modern technology evolving at a rapid pace, there’s been a lot of interest in how technology will change how we read. While some are predicting the future of reading a text as merely a transition from “real”, printed books... MORE

Raising the Wind 51.4

Transitions: Illustrating the JJQ In the last issue of the James Joyce Quarterly, we bid a heavy-hearted farewell to our long-time cartoonist Simon Loekle. For 22 years, his Dazibao panel ran in each issue of the journal and offered commentary... MORE

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Volume 51.4

Raising the Wind Sean Latham Perspectives The 37th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Open Reading of Irish Poetry and Prose at D. G. Wills Books, La Jolla, California, 17 March 2016 William Swank Articles The Bog of Allen, the Tiber River,... MORE