Volume 44, Number 3





Book Reviews



Raising the Wind
Sean Latham, Editor



“Phoenix Rising”: A Report on the 2007 Dublin James Joyce Summer School, 8-14 July 2007
Scarlett Baron

“Joyce in Austin”: A Report on the 2007 North American Joyce Conference, University
of Texas at Austin, 13-17 June 2007
Catherine S. Kalish

“Lots of Fun at Finnegans Wake”: The Eleventh Annual Trieste Joyce School, 1-7 July 2007
Erika Mihálycsa

“Varieties of Irishness”: A Report on the International Association for the Study of
Irish Literatures Conference, University College Dublin, 16-20 June 2007
Amanda Tucker

“Austin of the Sun”: A Report on the 2007 North American Joyce Conference, 13-17 June 2007
Tom Keegan



An Emendation to the Joycean Canon: The Last Hurrah for “Politics and Cattle Disease”
Terence Matthews

Possible Worlds Theory and the Fantasy Universe of Finnegans Wake
Margot Norris

Ulysses on Web 2.0: Towards a Hypermedia Parallax Engine
Mark C. Marino

Getting Past No in “Scylla and Charybdis”
John Gordon

Win a Dream Date with James Joyce
Tim Conley

William S. Brockman



Stephen’s Wavespeech
Sidney Feshbach

The Overnight Temperature in “Ithaca”
Peter Haye


Turn Now On!
Simon Loekl



Copyrights and “Design-Around” Scholarship
Robert Spoo


“Wake” Rites: The Ancient Irish Rituals of “Finnegans Wake,” by George Cinclair Gibson
Lee Jacobus

“Ulysses” (New Casebooks Series), edited by Rainer Emig
Scott W. Klein

Joyce on the Threshold, edited by Anne Fogarty and Timothy Martin
Anne L. Cavender

European Joyce Studies 12: Joyce’s “Wandering Rocks,” edited by Andrew Gibson and Steven Morrison
John Marx

The Joyce We Knew: Memoirs of Joyce, edited by Ulick O’Connor
Ruth Frehner

Politics and the Irish Working Class, 1830-1945, edited by Fintan Lane and Donal Ó Drisceoil
Len Platt

Paradoxy of Modernism, by Robert Scholes
Ann Ardis

Tender Consciousness: Sentimental Sensibility in the Emerging Artist—Sterne, Yeats, Joyce, and Proust, by Laura Jane Ress
Jay Dickson

Utopian Generations: The Political Horizon of Twentieth-Century Literature, by Nicholas Brown
William Kupinse

European Connections: Re-Reading Pío Baroja and English Literature, by Katharine Murphy
Corinna del Greco Lobner

Romantic Poetry and the Fragmentary Imperative: Schlegel, Byron, Joyce, Blanchot, by Christopher A. Strathman
Ben P. Robertson



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