Volume 52.3-4 - James Joyce Quarterly

Volume 52.3-4


The Energy of Modernity: The 2016 Boston Joyce Forum, Boston College, 12 November 2016
Fabrizio Ciccione


“Knowing Damn All About Banking Business”: Reopening James Joyce’s “Notes on Business and Commerce”
Matthew Hayward

“On Lifting the Lid of the Desk”: The Empty Spaces and Certain Circumstances of “A Painful Case”
Tim Cook

The “unfettered freedom” of “flying bats”: The Inoperative Community in James Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Pilar Villar-Argáiz

“Unfallen but About to Fall”: The Influence of Byron’s “Cain” on Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Elizabeth Fredericks

The “Indecent Postures” of Island Cricket: James Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” and Joseph O’Neill’s “Netherland”
Maria McGarrity

Private Property, Public Interest: Bloom’s Ecological Fantasy in “Ithaca”
William J. Kupinse

A Bloom Without a Flower, or How to Read “Lotus Eaters”
Anna M. Finn

Sifted Science: James Joyce’s Reference to George Albert Wentworth and George Anthony Hill’s “A Textbook of Physics
Yi Jean Chow


William S. Brockman


The Picture Odyssey of Ben Bloom Elijah
Jonathan Morse

An Early Manuscript of “Tutto è Sciolto”
David Spurr

Spectral Grandfather
Andrew Borson


Penelope Says
Robert Berry


Joyce Smithy: A Curated Review of Joyce in Visual Art, Music, and Performance
Ollie Evans, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, and Derek Pyle


Modernism and Homer: The Odysseys of H.D., James Joyce, Osip Mandelstam, and Ezra Pound, by Leah Culligan Flack
Kent Emerson

Virgil and Joyce: Nationalism and Imperialism in the “Aeneid andUlysses,” by Randall J. Pogorzelski
R. J. Schork

Israelites in Erin: Exodus, Revolution, & the Irish Revival, by Abby Bender
Marilyn Reizbaum

Irish Cosmopolitanism: Location and Dislocation in James Joyce, Elizabeth Bowen, and Samuel Beckett, by Nels Pearson
Allan Hepburn

Writing Modern Ireland, edited by Catherine E. Paul
Martha C. Carpentier

Romanian Joyce: From Hostility to Hospitality, by Arleen Ionescu
Ágota Márton

Finnegans Wake Libro Terzo, Capitoli 1 e 2 (Finnegans Wake III, 1-2), by James Joyce, translated and edited by Enrico Terrinoni and Fabio Pedone 
Franca Ruggieri



Marc A Mamigonian and John Turner