Volume 44, Number 1





Book Reviews



Raising the Wind
Sean Latham, Editor



Lux upon Lux”: A Report on the 2006 Zurich James Joyce Foundation Workshop, 6-12 August 2006
Scarlett Baron



Defining the Sentimentalist in Ulysses
Jay Dickson

Usurers and Usurpers: Race, Nation, and the Performance of Jewish Mercantilism in Ulysses
Amy Feinstein

Meaning Postponed: Finnegans Wake and The Post Card
Andrew J. Mitchell

“In greater support of his word”: Monument and Museum Discourse in Finnegans Wake
John Pedro Schwartz

The Vicissitudes of Melancholia in Freud and Joyce
Nouri Gana

William S. Brockman



The Provenance of Joyce’s Haka
Richard Corballis

Billy Sunday: A New Source for “Oxen of the Sun”
Peter Gilliver


“Tea, Dub!”
Simon Loekle



The Sameness of Difference: Joyce’s Kaleidoscopic Odyssey(s) throughout Europe
M. Teresa Caneda Cabrera


Joyce and Reality: The Empirical Strikes Back, by John Gordon
Mary Power

Who Reads “Ulysses”?: The Rhetoric of the Joyce Wars and the Common Reader, by Julie Sloan Brannon
Allison Pease

Una Rosa per Joyce/A Rose for Joyce, by Renzo Crivelli
Rosa Maria Bollettieri Bosinelli

James Joyce, Sexuality and Social Purity, by Katherine Mullin
Ellen Carol Jones

James Joyce and German Theory: The Romantic School and All That, by Barbara Laman
Franca Ruggieri

Joyce’s Messianism: Dante, Negative Existence, and the Messianic Self, by Gian Balsamo, Rituals of Literature: Joyce, Dante, Aquinas, and the Tradition of Christian Epics, by Gian Balsamo
Andras Ungar

Ulysses on Montmartre: An Earlier Ulysses in Another Nighttown, A French Shadow Play (1910), Its Translation, and an Essay on Its Relation to James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” edited by Akram Midani and Erwin R. Steinberg
William Sayers

Beckett, Joyce and the Art of the Negative, edited by Colleen Jaurretche
Alan W. Friedman

The Cambridge Companion to Modern Irish Culture, edited by Joe Cleary and Claire Connolly
Greg Winston

Beziehungen und Identitäten: Österreich, Irland und die Schweiz/Connections and Identities: Austria, Ireland and Switzerland, edited by Gisela Holfter, Marieke Krajenbrink, and Edward Moxon-Browne
Friedhelm Rathjen

James Joyce: Oral and Written Discourse as Mirrored in Experimental Narrative Art,
by Willi Erzgräber, translated by Amy Cole
Jim LeBlanc



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