Volume 44, Number 2





Book Reviews



Raising the Wind
Sean Latham, Editor



Reading Joyce Again for the First Time: A Report on the XXth International James Joyce Symposium, Budapest and Szombathely, 11-17 June 2006
Andre Cormier



Joyce at Work on “Cyclops”: Toward a Biography of Ulysses
Michael Groden

“Love at a Distance (Bloomism)”: The Chance Encounter and the Democratization of Modernist Style
Michael Sayeau

Fluid Boarders and Naughty Girls: Music, Domesticity, and Nation in Joyce’s Boarding Houses
Julieann Veronica Ulin

Bloomsday, 5664: Casing the Promised Land, the Torah, and Ulysses
Lily Corwin

Lure of the Fallen Seraphim: Sovereignty and Sacrifice in James Joyce and Georges Bataille
Mark Singleton

William S. Brockman



Collector of Prepuces: Foreskins in Ulysses
Geert Lernout

Atty Dillon and the Ladies’ Letterwriter
John Smurthwaite

Joyce’s Love Letters
Matthew Bevis


Protean Supplement!
Simon Loekle

Bonum Arduum
Corinna del Greco Lobner

Ted Richer



Annotations to “Finnegans Wake,” third edition, by Roland McHugh
Tim Conley

Modernism and the Culture of Celebrity, by Aaron Jaffe
Allan Hepburn

Imagined Cities: Urban Experience and the Language of the Novel, by Robert Alter,
Writing the City: Urban Visions and Literary Modernism, by Desmond Harding
David Spurr

Joyce’s Critics: Transitions in Reading and Culture, by Joseph Brooker
Kevin J. H. Dettmar

Joyce and the G-Men: J. Edgar Hoover’s Manipulation of Modernism, by Claire A. Culleton
R. Brandon Kershner

Bloom’s Major Literary Characters: Leopold Bloom, edited by Harold Bloom, A James Joyce Chronology, by Roger Norburn, James Joyce in 90 Minutes, by Paul Strathern, New Casebooks: “Dubliners,” edited by Andrew Thacker
Oona Frawley

Textual Awareness: A Genetic Study of Late Manuscripts by Joyce, Proust, and Mann, by Dirk Van Hulle
Daniel Ferrer

Polyglot Joyce: Fictions of Translations, by Patrick O’Neill
Jack van der Weide

The Modern Novel: A Short Introduction, by Jesse Matz
Patrick Collier

Beyond Borders: I.A.S.I.L. Essays on Modern Irish Writing, edited by Neil Sammells
Walter Corbella



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