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William S. Brockman
Pennsylvania State University

Thanks this time to Edward Burns, Michael Cunningham, Elisabetta D'Erme, Rafael I. García-León, Vincent Golden, K. P. S. Jochum, Ilaria Natali, Andreas Weigel, and Erik Zitser. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail to uxb5@psu.edu. The Checklists are cumulated online in The James Joyce Checklist <http://research.hrc.utexas.edu/jamesjoycechecklist/>.


A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. London: Collector's Library, 2005. 303 pp. ISBN 1-904919-54-5. [Peter Harness, "Afterword," 295-302.]

Ulysses. Ed. Hans Walter Gabler, Wolfhard Steppe, and Claus Melchior. London: Bodley Head, 2008. 657 pp. ISBN 978-0-099-51119-9. [Michael Groden, "Afterword." Reissue; lacks Gabler's note on the text from the earlier Bodley Head edition.]

"Who Is Sylvia?" L'Odéonie no. 1 (September 2008): 18.


AKCA, Catherine. "Religion and Identity in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Epiphany 1, i (Fall 2008): 51-61. <http://www.ius.edu.ba:8080/epiphany/index.php?journal=epiphany&page=article&op=view&path[]=17&path[]=17>.

ALFANO, Giancarlo. "Ulisse al sepolcro. Per un'analisi comparativa di due Odissee del Novecento." mediAzioni no. 1 (2005). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/articoli/alfano.htm>. [Ulysses and Stefano D'Arrigo's Horcynus Orca.]

ALTIZER, Thomas J. J. "An Absolutely New Space." Literature & Theology 21, iv (December 2007): 347-61. [Transfigurations of space in Dante, Milton, Blake, and JJ, especially FW.]

ANGELELLA, Lisa. Alimentary Modernism. Ph.D. diss. University of Iowa, 2009. 263 pp. [DAI-A 70, v (November 2009). "The phenomenological presentation of particular sensual encounters with food in the work of Ernest Hemingway, Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and Willa Cather."]

ARMAND, Louis. Techné: James Joyce, Hypertext & Technology. 2nd ed. Acta Universitatis Carolinae: Philologica: Monographia, 139. Prague Studies in English: Monograph 1. Prague: Univerzita Karlova v Praze Nakladatelství Karolinum, 2007. 234 pp. ISBN 978-80-246-1382-6.

AZÉRAD, Hugo. "Parisian Literary Fields: James Joyce and Pierre Reverdy's Theory of the Image." Modern Language Review 103, iii (July 2008): 666-81.

BALSAMO, Gian. "Mourning to Death: Love, Altruism, and Stephen Dedalus's Poetry of Grief." Literature & Theology 21, iv (December 2007): 417-36.

BARCHAS, Janine. "Mapping Northanger Abbey: or, Why Austen's Bath of 1803 Resembles Joyce's Dublin of 1904." Review of English Studies 60, no. 245 (June 2009): 431-59.

BERRY, Robert. Ulysses "seen." Throwaway Horse, 2009. <http://www.ulyssesseen.com/>. [Graphic adaptation. With "Readers' Guide" by Mike Barsanti.]

(BEVIS, Matthew. The Art of Eloquence: Byron, Dickens, Tennyson, Joyce. 2007.) [Rev.: Matthew Creasy, Review of English Studies 59, no. 241 (September 2008): 639-41.]

BLOOM, Emily C. "'The Protestant Thing to Do': Anglo-Irish Performance in James Joyce's Dubliners and Samuel Beckett's All That Fall." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 51, i (Spring 2009): 1-16.

BOWEN, Elizabeth. "James Joyce." People, Places, Things: Essays. Ed. Allan Hepburn. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2008. 239-47. ISBN 978-0-7486-3569-6. [Reprinted from The Bell (1941).]

BOWERS, Paul. "'Charley, you're my darwing!' Sexual Selection in the Joycean Nursery." Journal of Modern Literature 32, iv (Summer 2009): 34-42. ["Mime of Mick, Nick and the Maggies."]

BOXALL, Peter. "From Joyce to Beckett: From National to Global." Since Beckett: Contemporary Writing in the Wake of Modernism. London: Continuum, 2009. 135-47. ISBN 0-8264-9167-7.

BOYSEN, Benjamin. "Music, Epiphanies, and the Language of Love: James Joyce's Chamber Music." Interlitteraria no. 12 (2007): 310-31.

BOYSEN, Benjamin. "The Self and the Other: On James Joyce's 'A Painful Case' and 'The Dead.'" Orbis Litterarum 62, v (October 2007): 394-418.

BRICK, Martin R. What's the Point to Eschatology? Multiple Religions and Terminality in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Ph.D. diss. Marquette University, 2009. 201 pp. [DAI-A 70, v (November 2009).]

(BROWN, Richard. A Companion to James Joyce. 2008.) [Rev.: J. M. Utell, Choice 46, iii (November 2008): 46-1327.]

CAESAR, Michael. "Eco and Joyce." New Essays on Umberto Eco. Ed. Peter Bondanella. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 141-56. ISBN 0-521-85209-9.

CAIRNEY, Christopher Thomas. "Austrian Images in the Works of James Joyce." Austria and Austrians: Images in World Literature. Ed. Wolfgang Görtschacher and Holger Klein. Studies in English and Comparative Literature, 18. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2003. 147-58. ISBN 3-86057-318-7.

CANEDA CABRERA, M. Teresa. "'The Loveliness Which Has Not Yet Come Into the World': Translation as a Revisitation of Joyce's (Irish) Modernism." Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive. Ed. Maria McGarrity and Claire A. Culleton. New Directions in Irish and Irish American Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 115-32. ISBN 0-230-61223-7.

CARVILLE, Conor. "Modernism, Nationalism and Postcolonialism: Four Figures from 'The Dead.'" Journal of Irish Studies 23 (2008): 12-23.

CECCONI, Elisabetta. "'Whatdoyoucallhim' (U 73): The Naming System as a Reflector of Social DIS-UNION Between Bloom and the Dubliners." mediAzioni no. 2 (2006). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/dossier/2006cecconi_ita.html>.

CHAN, Leo Tak-Hung. "First Imitate, then Translate: Histories of the Introduction of Stream-of-Consciousness Fiction to China." Meta 49, iii (September 2004): 681-91.

CHENG, Vincent J. "'The Twining Stresses, Two by Two': The Prosody of Joyce's Prose." Modernism/modernity 16, ii (April 2009): 391-99.

CHESSICK, Richard D. "Lucia Joyce, Schizophrenia, Nora Barnacle, Stephen Dedalus, Leopold, Milly, and Molly Bloom, Dreaming, Humphrey Chimpden Earwicker, Isabel, Shaun, Shem, Anna Livia Plurabelle and the River Liffey: James Joyce's Dublin Phantasmagoria." Psychoanalytic Review 95, vi (December 2008): 973-95.

ÇILELI, Meral, and Mustafa Kirca, eds. James Joyce and His Work: Proceedings of the Thirteenth METU British Novelists' Conference, 2005. Ankara: Middle East Technical University, 2006. 133 pp. ISBN 975-429-250-7.

COLLINS, Aidan. "James Joyce and a North Dublin Asylum." Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine 19, i (March 2002): 27-28.

(COSGROVE, Brian. James Joyce's Negations: Irony, Indeterminacy and Nihilism in Ulysses and Other Writings. 2007.) [Revs.: Q. Grigg, Choice 46, ii (October 2008): 46-0737; Irina Ruppo Malone, Irish Theological Quarterly 73, iii-iv (November 2008): 413-15; and Soichiro Onose, Journal of Irish Studies 23 (2008): 77-79.]

COUSINEAU, Thomas J. "Demented vs. Creative Emulation in Murphy." "All Sturm and no Drang": Beckett and Romanticism: Beckett at Reading 2006. Ed. Dirk Van Hulle and Mark Nixon. Samuel Beckett Today/ Aujourd'hui, 18. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007. 355-65. ISBN 90-420-2301-5. [Dante's numerical patterns and treatment of Icarus as influencing JJ and in turn Beckett.]

CREASY, Matthew. "'To vary the timehonoured adage': Ulysses and the Proverb." English 57, no. 217 (2008): 65-81.

CULLETON, Claire A. "The Gaelic Athletic Association, Joyce, and the Primitive Body." Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive. Ed. Maria McGarrity and Claire A. Culleton. New Directions in Irish and Irish American Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 215-34. ISBN 0-230-61223-7.

DALESKI, H. M. "Narratorial Border Crossings in Major Early-Twentieth-Century English Novels." Poetics Today 30, ii (June 2009): 237-55.

DANIUS, Sara. "Joyce's Scissors: Modernism and the Dissolution of the Event." New Literary History 39, iv (Autumn 2008): 989-1016.

DEMPSEY, Peter. "'Ah, poor James!' Death in Joyce's 'The Sisters.'" Essays on Modern Irish Literature. Ed. John Strachan and Alison O'Malley-Younger. Houghton-le-Spring: University of Sunderland Press in assoc. with Business Education Publishers Limited, 2007. 11-24. ISBN 978-1-873757-86-4.

D'ERME, Elisabetta. "Barry McCrae: 'Anche a Joyce piaceva giocare con la sorte.'" Il Piccolo (3 July 2009).

D'ERME, Elisabetta. "Carlos Gamerro: l'Attraverso un ponte fra Joyce e Borges." Il Piccolo (1 July 2009).

D'ERME, Elisabetta. "James Joyce, Danilo Kiš e l'inabo della storia: ne parlerà Mark Thompson, autore anche di un libro sulla prima guerra mondiale." Il Piccolo (30 June 2009).

D'ERME, Elisabetta. Tit-Bits: James Joyce, un'epoca e i suoi media. Piccola Biblioteca Joyciana, 5. Rome: Bulzoni Editore, 2008. 133 pp. ISBN 978-88-7870-315-5. [Rev.: John McCourt, "La Pubblicità interattiva ai tempi di James Joyce," Il Piccolo (`21 November 2008): 11-12.]

D'ERME, Elisabetta. "Una show su Joyce con Donal O'Kelly alla Trieste School." Il Piccolo (28 June 2009).

DEXTER, Gary. "Ulysses (1922)." Why Not Catch-21? The Stories Behind the Titles. London: Frances Lincoln, 2007. 133-36. ISBN 978-0-7112-2925-9.

Discovering James Joyce: The University at Buffalo Collection. Buffalo: The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 2009. [112] pp. ISBN 978-0-922668. [Catalog of the exhibition at the UB Anderson Gallery, 2009. With essays by Michael Basinski, Oscar A. Silverman, Luca Crispi, Michael Groden, and Sam Slote.]

DOLOFF, Steven. "Snowy Revelations: A Possible Inspiration for the Ending of James Joyce's 'The Dead' in Dostoevsky's Notes from the Underground." Notes and Queries 253, iv (December 2008): 483-85.

DONOVAN, Stephen. "In the Papers: Hardy, Joyce, and the Modernist Moment." Authority Matters: Rethinking the Theory and Practice of Authorship. Ed. Stephen Donovan, Danuta Fjellestad and Rolf Lundén. DQR Studies in Literature, 43. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008. 163-92. ISBN 90-420-2483-6.

EARLE, David M. "Decadence, Pornography, Joyce, and the Instability of the Text." Re-Covering Modernism: Pulps, Paperbacks, and the Prejudice of Form. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009. 184-94. ISBN 0-7546-6154-7.

ELLMANN, Maud. "The Music of Joyce's Vernacular Voices." Modernism/ modernity 16, ii (April 2009): 383-90.

EPSTEIN, Edmund Lloyd. A Guide through Finnegans Wake. Florida James Joyce Series. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2009. [xv], 314 pp. ISBN 0-8130-3356-X.

FREEDMAN, Ariela. "Drawing on Modernism in Alison Bechdel's Fun Home." Journal of Modern Literature 32, iv (Summer 2009): 125-40. [Influence of JJ.]

FRIEDMAN, Alan W., and Charles Rossman, eds. De-familiarizing Readings: Essays from the Austin Joyce Conference. European Joyce Studies, 18. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. 112 pp. ISBN 90-420-2570-0. [Contents: Adam Putz, "(De)Pressing the Reader: Journalism and Joyce's 'A Painful Case,'" 9-19; Tara Prescott, "'Guttapercha Things': Contraception, Desire, and Miscommunication in 'The Dead,'" 20-32; Susan J. Adams, "Joyce in Blackface: Goloshes, Gollywoggs and Christy Minstrels in 'The Dead,'" 33-42; David G. Wright, "Dating Stephen's Diary: When Does A Portrait of the Artist End?" 43-53; Austin Briggs, "Is Bella Cohen Jewish? What's in a Name?" 54-64; Margot Norris, "Stephen Dedalus's Anti-Semitic Ballad: A Sabotaged Climax in Joyce's Ulysses," 65-86; Stephen Whittaker, "The Shakespearean Demiurge in Joyce's Forge," 87-100; Alan Shockley, "Playing the Square Circle: Musical Form and Polyphony in the Wake," 101-12.]

GAMERRO, Carlos. Ulises, claves de lectura: instrucciones para perderse en el laberinto más complejo de la literatura universal. Colección Vitral. Buenos Aires: Grupo Editorial Norma, 2008. 495 pp. ISBN 987-545-499-0.

GARCÍA-LEÓN, Rafael I. Joyce…Bruno.…Ulysses." Odisea: Revista de estudios ingleses 9 (2008): 83-92.

GARCÍA-LEÓN, Rafael I. "'Ulythrees': El número tres en el Ulysses de James Joyce." Babel A.F.I.A.L: aspectos de filología inglesa y alemana 15 (2006): 105-19. <http://issuu.com/babelafial/docs/babel_afial_15/106>.

GATTA, Francesca. "Odissee del moderno: Joyce e D'Arrigo. Tavola rotonda con Giancarlo Alfano, Gabriele Frasca e Fabrizio Frasnedi, Sala affrescata del Dipartimento SITLeC, 2 febbraio 2005." mediAzioni no. 1 (2005). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/resoconti/gatta.htm>.

Genetic Joyce Studies no. 8 (2008). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/GJS0.html#Issue8>. [Contents: Ronan Crowley and Luca Crispi, "Proof^finder: Page Proofs"; Ronan Crowley and Luca Crispi, "Proof^finder: Placards"; Ronan Crowley and Luca Crispi, "Proof^finder: Proofs by Episode"; Mikio Fuse and Robbert-Jan Henkes, "Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.5"; Robbert-Jan Henkes, "James Joyce in Africa: An Expedition to the Sources of the Wake"; Robbert-Jan Henkes, "Reading in the Rain: New Sources in the Owldeed (VI.B.5) and Prairies (VI.B.14) Notebooks"; Ilaria Natali, "'This diverting chase of the presumable': Procedures of Rewriting in the Dossier of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man"; Katrin Van Herbruggen, "Finnegans Wake Notebook Timeline."]

Genetic Joyce Studies no. 9 (2009). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/GJS0.html#Issue9>. [Contents: Luca Crispi, "A Commentary on James Joyce's National Library of Ireland 'Early Commonplace Book': 1903–1912 (MS 36,639/02/A)"; Jack Dalton, Mikio Fuse, Robbert-Jan Henkes, and Geert Lernout, "Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.16"; Sarah Davison, "Joyce's Incorporation of Literary Sources in 'Oxen of the Sun,'"; Jeff Drouin, "Early Sources for Joyce and the New Physics: The 'Wandering Rocks' Manuscript, Dora Marsden, and Magazine Culture"; Mikio Fuse, Robbert-Jan Henkes, and Geert Lernout, "Further Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.3"; Robbert-Jan Henkes, "Irish Rivers Nr. X, The Tolka"; Robbert-Jan Henkes and Geert Lernout, "My Life and the Erotic Hounds of Banba: Three New Sources in Notebook Z'ch B.03."]

GENIEVA, E. Iu., and Iu. A. Roznatovskaia. "Russkaia odisseia" Dzheimsa Dzhoisa. Moscow: Rudomino, 2005. 278 pp. ISBN 5-7380-0205-9.

(GIBSON, Andrew and Len Platt. Joyce, Ireland, Britain. 2006.) [Rev.: Patrick A. McCarthy, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 52, iii (2009): 364676.]

GILLESPIE, Gerald. "Nein oder Ja: Kabbalistische Züge in den Romanen von Kafka und Joyce." Franz Kafka und die Weltliteratur. Ed. Manfred Engel and Dieter Lamping. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2006. 263-75. ISBN 3-525-20844-8.

GILLESPIE, Michael Patrick. "The Odyssey of Adam and Paul: A Twenty-First-Century Irish Film." New Hibernia Review 12, i (Spring 2008): 41-53. [Influence of U.]

GÜNEŞ, Ali. "Crisis of Identity in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Dogus University Journal no. 6 (July 2002): 37-49. <http://journal.dogus.edu.tr/13026739/2002/sayi6/M00075.pdf>.

HAI, Yu. "Colorful Travel of Soul: Comparative Analysis of Joyce's 'Araby' and Woolf's 'The Mark on the Wall.'" Yibin xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Yibin University 4, iv (April 2006): 76-78. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

HAN, Li-juan, Jian-wen Zhang, and Shu-yuan Bi. "Emotional Paralysis: Analysis of the Theme of James Joyce's Dubliners." Tangshan xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Tangshan College 19, iv (December 2006): 51-54. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

HARDING, Mike. "James Joyce's Concept of the Underthought: A Reflection on Some Similarities with the Work of Wittgenstein." Existential Analysis 19, i (January 2008): 2-16.

HE, Shu. "A Probe Into the Multiple Opposite-Symbols in 'The Dead.'" Sichuan wai yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Sichuan International Studies University 22, iv (January 2007): 8-12. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

HEFFERNAN, Laura. "Reading Modernism's Cultural Field: Rebecca West's The Strange Necessity and the Aesthetic 'System of Relations.'" Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 27, ii (Fall 2008): 309-25. [West's criticism of JJ and other modernists.]

HELFER, Jean. "Sylvia Beach: 'Ambassadrice des letters.'" L'Odéonie no. 1 (September 2008): 3-17.

INGMAN, Heather. "The Modern Irish Short Story: Moore and Joyce." A History of the Irish Short Story. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 84-112. ISBN 0-521-86724-X.

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 82 (February 2009). [Contents: Maria-Daniella Dick, "Plunging into Dante," (revs. of Lucia Boldrini, Joyce, Dante, and the Poetics of Literary Relations: Language and Meaning in Finnegans Wake, 2001, and Jennifer Margaret Fraser, Rite of Passage in the Narratives of Dante and Joyce, 2002), 1; Scarlett Baron, (rev. of Fritz Senn, Ulyssean Close-ups, 2007), 2; Jane Lewty, (rev. of Louis Armand, JoyceMedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics, 2004), 2; Jim Davies, (rev. of Roy Gottfried, Joyce's Misbelief, 2008), 2; Pieter Bekker, "Claire Illouz," 3; Eunkyung Chun, [End Page 119] "Seoul Joyce Conference," 3; Richard Brown, "Joyce and Turkey," 3; Orhan Pamuk, "With Joyce's Dublin in Mind…" 3; Zeynep Z. Atayurt, (rev. of Meral Çileli and Mustafa Kirca, James Joyce and His Work: Proceedings of the Thirteenth METU British Novelists' Conference, 2005, 2006), 3; Alistair Stead, "Momentous Ulysses," 4; Alistair Stead, "Tell a Graphic Life," 4; Robert Nicholson, "Dublin News," 4.]

James Joyce Broadsheet no. 83 (June 2009). [Contents: John Bishop, "Getting Unravelled in FinnegansWake," (rev. of Finn Fordham, Lots of Fun at Finnegans Wake: Unravelling Universals, 2007), 1; Maria-Daniella Dick, (rev. of Michael O'Sullivan, The Incarnation of Language: Joyce, Proust and a Philosophy of the Flesh, 2008), 2; Matthew Creasy, (rev. of David Spurr, Joyce and the Scene of Modernity, 2002), 2; Alistair Stead, (rev. of Adrian McKinty, The Bloomsday Dead, 2008), 2; Enrico Terrinoni, "In Memoriam: Giorgio Melchiori," 3; Richard Brown, "Dylan, Joyce and Brown," 3; Harald Beck, "'My Excellent Friend Bombados,'" 3; Paul Jones, (rev. of Philip Kitcher, Joyce's Kaleidoscope: An Invitation to Finnegans Wake, 2007), 3; Hsien-yu-Hung, "'Aveh Tiger Roma,'" 4; Robert Nicholson, "Dublin News," 4.]

James Joyce Newestlatter no. 106 (August 2009). [Contents: Angus McFadzean, "'Eire on the Erie,' the North American James Joyce Conference, Buffalo 2009," 2; Eugene Vance, "Di Jin," 6; Wolfgang Wicht, "Jorg Drews," 6-7; Suzette Henke, "Marilyn French," 7; and news of events, recent publications, and the move of the IJJF headquarters to University College Dublin. Includes obituaries of Hugh Leonard, Giorgio Melchiori, Christopher Nolan, and Ralph Siev.]

JANUS, Adrienne. "From 'Ha he hi ho hu. Mummum' to 'Haw! Hell! Haw!' Listening to Laughter in Joyce and Beckett." Journal of Modern Literature 32, iii (Spring 2009): 144-66.

JAUCHEN, Michael O. "Prostitution, Incest, and Venereal Disease in Ulysses' 'Nausicaa.'" New Hibernia Review 12, iv (Winter 2008): 84-100.

JAVADI, Iman. "The English Reception of Dante's De vulgari eloquentia." Forum for Modern Language Studies 44, iii (1 July 2008): 295-306. [Reception by Gray, Coleridge, Pound, Ker, Richards, Eliot, Beckett, and JJ.]

(JONES, Ellen Carol, and Morris Beja. Twenty-First Joyce. 2004.) [Rev.: Gregory Castle, Modern Fiction Studies 53, i (Spring 2007): 163-73.]

KENNER, Hugh. Joyce's Voices. Rochester: Dalkey Archive Press, 2007. viii, 120 pp. ISBN 1-56478-428-2. [Reissue of 1978 edition.]

KIBERD, Declan. Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living. London: Faber and Faber, 2009. xi, 399 pp. ISBN 0-571-24254-5. [Rev.: James Ley, "Life in Bloom," Australian Literary Review (2 September 2009): 17.]

(KIMBALL, Jean. Joyce and the Early Freudians: A Synchronic Dialogue of Texts. 2003.) [Rev.: Keith Williams, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature = Revue canadienne de littérature comparée 35, iii (2009): 249-52.]

(KITCHER, Philip. Joyce's Kaleidoscope: An Invitation to Finnegans Wake. 2007.) [Rev.: John Gordon, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 52, i (2009): 115-18.]

KO, Charles. "Subliminal Consciousness." Review of English Studies 59, no. 242 (November 2008): 740-65. <http://www.res.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/59/242/740>. ["Circe," telepathy, and F. W. H. Myers.]

LANCIA, Kathleen St. Peters. "The Ethnographic Roots of Joyce's Modernism: Exhibiting Ireland's Primitives in the National Museum and the 'Nestor' Episode." Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive. Ed. Maria McGarrity and Claire A. Culleton. New Directions in Irish and Irish American Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 79-92. ISBN 0-230-61223-7.

LECUYER, M. Dante's Literary Influence in Dubliners: James Joyce's Modernist Allegory of Paralysis. M.A. thesis Iowa State University, 2009. 81 pp. [MAI 47, v (October 2009).]

LEHAN, Richard. "Spatial Form." Literary Modernism and Beyond: The Extended Vision and the Realms of the Text. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009. 145-58. ISBN 0-8071-3388-4.

LEICK, Karen. "Popular Modernism: Little Magazines and the American Daily Press." PMLA 123, i (January 2008): 125-39. [Reception of JJ and Gertrude Stein.]

LEVERETTE, Marc. "Mutatis Mutandis: Writing (After Derrida [After McLuhan {After Joyce}])." Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 4, iv (December 2007): 343-62.

LEWTY, Jane. "'What They Had Heard Said Written': Joyce, Pound, and the Cross-Correspondence of Radio." Broadcasting Modernism. Ed. Debra Rae Cohen, Michael Coyle, and Jane Lewty. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2009. 199-220. ISBN 0-8130-3349-7.

LI, Jie. "On the Epiphany of James Joyce in the Stories on Childhood from Dubliners." Shaoyang xue yuan xue bao. She hui ke xue = Journal of Shaoyang University (Social Science) 6, i (February 2007): 120-23. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LIU, Dan. "Nationality, Language and Religion: Three Key Words in the Portrait of a Young Artist." Hubei da xue xue bao = Journal of Hubei University. Philosophy and Social Sciences 34, iv (July 2007): 69-72. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LIU, Xiao-ping, and Fei He. "A Brief Analysis of Epiphany in 'Araby.'" Hefei xue yuan xue bao. She hui ke xue ban = Journal of Hefei University (Social Sciences) 24, ii (March 2007): 74-79. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LIU, Xiao-yan, and Song-lin Wang. "On the Images of 'Araby' and Their Symbolic Meaning." Jiangxi jiao yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Jiangxi Institute of Education (Social Sciences) 27, iv (August 2006): 95-97. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

LOEFFLER, Toby H. " 'Erin go bragh': 'Banal Nationalism' and the Joycean Performance of Irish Nationhood." Journal of Narrative Theory 39, i (Winter 2009): 29-56.

LOVE, Harold. "L'Estrange, Joyce and the Dictates of Typography." Roger L'Estrange and the Making of Restoration Culture. Ed. Anne Dunan-Page and Beth Lynch. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate, 2008. 167-79. ISBN 0-7546-5800-7.

(LOWE-EVANS, Mary. Catholic Nostalgia in Joyce and Company. 2008.) [Rev.: Christopher DeVault, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 52, iii (2009): 372-75.]

LYNCH, Brendan. "Remembering James Joyce." Parsons Bookshop: At the Heart of Bohemian Dublin, 1949-1989. Dublin: Liffey Press, 2006. 54-65. ISBN 1-9057-8514-3. [Bloomsday 1954.]

MALETI, Margherita. "Rejoyce in Peace: A Study of Finnegans Wake III.4." mediAzioni no. 1 (2005). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/english/articoli/maleti_english.htm>.

MALEY, Willy. "Better Dead, Then Read: Joyce, Yeats, and the Tolling of Parnell's Death Knell." Essays on Modern Irish Literature. Ed. John Strachan and Alison O'Malley-Younger. Houghton-le-Spring: University of Sunderland Press in assoc. with Business Education Publishers Limited, 2007. 1-10. ISBN 978-1-873757-86-4.

MANENTI, Guglielmo. Ulisse: illustrazioni liberamente tratte dall' Ulisse di James Joyce. n.p.: Extempora, 2009. 26 pp. [Free adaptation of Ulysses in graphic novel form.]

MARICHALAR, Antonio. "James Joyce in His Labyrinth." PMLA 124, iii (May 2009): 926-38. [English translation of "James Joyce en su labertino" (1924).]

MARSHALL, Jim. "Philosophy as Literature." Educational Philosophy and Theory 40, iii (2008): 383-93. ["Araby," with reference to Kleiman and Lewis's Philosophy: An Introduction through Literature (1992).]

McCOURT, John. "Queering the Revivalist's Pitch: Joycean Engagements with Primitivism." Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive. Ed. Maria McGarrity and Claire A. Culleton. New Directions in Irish and Irish American Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 17-39. ISBN 0-230-61223-7.

McGARRITY, Maria. "Primitive Emancipation: Religion, Sexuality, and Freedom in Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Ulysses." Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive. Ed. Maria McGarrity and Claire A. Culleton. New Directions in Irish and Irish American Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 133-149. ISBN 0-230-61223-7.

MESSAGE, Vincent. "Les deux rois et les deux labyrinthes: J. L. Borges, J. Joyce et l'idée d'efficacité romanesque." Littérature no. 153 (March 2009): 3-18.

MEYERS, Jeffrey. "Joyce and Herrick." Notes on Contemporary Literature 38, ii (March 2008): 2-4.

MOI, Ruben. "Irlands litterære nasjonaldag." Bokvennen 17, ii (2005): 32-34.

NATALI, Ilaria. "That submerged doughdoughty doubleface": Pomes Penyeach di James Joyce: Uno studio genetico del "volto nascosto" di Joyce. Sequenze, 4. Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 2008. 188 pp. ISBN 978-884672133-4.

NES, Otto. "To drømmedikt: Finnegans Wake og Draumkvedet: finnes det slektskap mellom James Joyces språklig-litterære vulkanutbrudd og visjonsballaden Draumkvedet?" Bokvennen 18, ii (2006): 32-36.

NORRIS, Margot. "Joyce's Noises." Modernism/modernity 16, ii (April 2009): 377-82.

O'BRIEN, Eugene. "The Language of Empire and the Empire of Language: Joyce and the Return of the Postcolonial Repressed." Enemies of Empire: New Perspectives on Imperialism, Literature and Historiography. Ed. Eóin Flannery and Angus Mitchell. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2007. 160-72. ISBN 1-84682-002-2.

ODACI, Serdar. "Ulysses ve Tutunamayanlar'da bilinç akl l tekni i." Turkish Studies 4, i (Winter 2009): 605-84. <http://www.turkishstudies.net/eng/sayi14.asp>.

OLSON, Liesl. "Joyce and the Realism of the Ordinary." Modernism and the Ordinary. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. 33-55. ISBN 0-19-536812-6.

O'NEILL, Christine. "'But you could not have a green rose': Presenting Blooms in Hungary." mediAzioni no. 2 (2006). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/2006oneill_eng.html>.

(O'NEILL, Patrick. Polyglot Joyce: Fictions of Translation. 2005.) [Rev.: Tim Conley, English Studies in Canada 32, iv (2006): 249-52.]

(O'SULLIVAN, Michael. The Incarnation of Language: Joyce, Proust and a Philosophy of the Flesh. 2008.) [Rev.: Suzanne Dow, French Studies 63, i (January 2009): 105-06.]

(OWENS, Cóilín. James Joyce's Painful Case. 2008.) [Rev.: Mary Lowe-Evans, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 52, iv (2009): 497-99.]

PAULSEN, Svein. "'Should I stay or should I go?' tekst, trafficking og incest hos James Joyce." Bøygen 17, i (2005): 19-25.

PECHAR, Jiri. "Proust a Joyce: um ní mezi asem a bez asím." Svet literatury no. 36 (2007): 156-60.

PENG, Zhen-zhu. "Ulysses and Gender." Anhui shi fan da xue xue bao. Ren wen she hui ke xue ban = Journal of Anhui Normal University (Hum. & Soc. Sci.) 34, i (January 2006): 58-61. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

PENG, Zhen-zhu. "Women in Dubliners." Xi hua da xue xue bao. Zhe xue she hui ke xue ban = Journal of Xihua University (Philosophy & Social Sciences) 1, i (February 2006): 73-75. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

(PIERCE, David. Reading Joyce. 2008.) [Revs.: John Gordon, English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 52, iii (2009): 367-71; R. R. Joly, Choice 45, xi (July 2008): 45-6032.]

PUCHIANU, Carmen Elisabeth. "Traditionalismus versus Modernismus am Beispiel von Thomas Mann und James Joyce." Germanistische Beiträge 17/18 (2003/2004): 105-21. <http://magazines.ulbsibiu.ro/gb/Beitraege1718.pdf>.

PUGLIATTI, Paola. "1882 – 1941: The Lives of James Joyce." mediAzioni no. 2 (2006). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/dossier/2006pugliatti_ita.html>.

RAMEY, James. "Synechdoche and Literary Parasitism in Borges and Joyce." Comparative Literature 61, ii (Spring 2009): 142-59.

RICHARDSON, Brian. "A Theory of Narrative Beginnings and the Beginnings of 'The Dead' and Molloy." Narrative Beginnings: Theories and Practices. Ed. Brian Richardson. Frontiers of Narrative. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008. 113-26. ISBN 0-8032-3974-2.

RIIKONEN, H. K. "Outcast From Life's Feast: Some Topoi of Loneliness in Scandinavian and Finnish Literature." Wai guo wen xue yan jiu = Foreign Literature Studies, v (2007): 22-37. [In part on P and "A Painful Case."]

RUGGIERI, Franca. "Time, History and Myth Before Ulysses." mediAzioni no. 2 (2006). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/dossier/2006ruggieri_ita.html>.

SARIÇIÇEK, Mümtaz. "Ulysses ve Tutunamayanlar'in kar ila tirmali Incelemesi." Turkish Studies 4, i (Winter 2009): 529-60. <http://www.turkishstudies.net/eng/sayi14.asp>.

SAUNDERS, Max. "Burgess, Joyce and Ford: Modernity, Sexuality and Confession." Anthony Burgess and Modernity. Ed. Alan Roughley. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press; distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2008. 190-206. ISBN 0-7190-7886-5.

SERIOT, John S. "James Joyce in the Class-Room." Språk og språkundervisning, iv (2006): 2-5.

SHANAHAN, Fergus, and Eamonn M. M. Quigley. "James Joyce and Gastroenterology." Clinical Medicine 8, vi (December 2008): 632-33.

SHARKEY, Rodney. "From Hardware to Software, or 'Rocks, Cocks, Creation, Defecation, and Death': Reading Joyce and Beckett in the Fourth Dimension." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 51, i (Spring 2009): 28-40.

SHOCKLEY, Alan. "Sound and Shape: Ulysses's Siren Songs." Music in the Words: Musical Form and Counterpoint in the Twentieth Century Novel. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009. 45-74. ISBN 0-7546-6199-7.

SHOCKLEY, Alan. "The Wake and Its Music." Music in the Words: Musical Form and Counterpoint in the Twentieth Century Novel. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009. 117-36. ISBN 0-7546-6199-7.

SIPE, A. W. Richard. "Child Abuse in the Old Sod: James Joyce." The Serpent and the Dove: Celibacy in Literature and Life. Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality. Westport: Praeger, 2007. 137-46. ISBN 0-313-34725-5. ["The Sisters."]

SMIDT, Kristian. "James Joyce og Norge: 'I'm not half norawain for nothing!'" Bokvennen 17, i (2005): 36-43.

SULTAN, Stanley. "Esoteric Autobiography in Ulysses." Interpreting Modernist Writers: Macro History, Personal History, and Manuscript History. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 2008. 143-69. ISBN 0-7734-5108-0. [Morton P. Levitt, "Preface," iii-vi.]

SÜNER, Ahmet. "Ireland, Literature, and Truth: Heideggerian Themes in 'The Dead.'" Anglia 127, i (2009): 22-40.

SZCZESZAK-BREWER, Agata. "Teleology Without a Telos? Constitutive Absence in Leopold Bloom's Pilgrimage." Mobilities 2, iii (November 2007): 347-62.

TAYLOR, Andrea, Brendan Donovan, Zoltan Foley-Fisher, and Carol Strohecker. "Time, Voice, and Joyce." SRMC '04: Proceedings of the First ACM Workshop on Story Representation, Mechanism & Context: October 15, 2004, New York, NY, USA. New York: ACM Press, 2004. 67-70. ISBN 1-58113-931-4. ["A design for recapitulating walks through Dublin's City Centre by characters in James Joyce's Ulysses."]

TOKER, Leona. "Narrative Enthymeme: The Examples of Laurence Sterne and James Joyce." Partial Answers 4, ii (June 2006).

VALENTE, Joseph, and Margot Backus. "'An Iridescence Difficult to Account For': Sexual Initiation in Joyce's Fiction of Development." ELH 76, ii (Summer 2009): 523-45.

VAN HULLE, Dirk. "Hesitancy in Joyce's and Beckett's Manuscripts." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 51, i (Spring 2009): 17-27.

VENTURA, L. "Ritratto dell'artista malato: Patografia reumatologica di James Joyce (1882-1941)." Reumatismo 60, ii (2008): 150-58.

VICKERY, John B. "Familial Disintegration: James Joyce's Dubliners and F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'Babylon Revisited.'" The Prose Elegy: An Exploration of Modern American and British Fiction. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009. 58-64. ISBN 0-8071-3392-2.

VOUTTA, Antje. "Figurationen des Unwiederholbaren: literarische Annäherungen an Geburt und Frühe Kindheit." Wiederholen: Literarische Funktionen und Verfahren. Ed. Roger Lüdeke and Inka Mülder-Bach. Münchener komparatistische Studien, 7. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2006. 173-94. ISBN 3-89244-873-6. [David Copperfield, P, Belyj's Koltik Letajew, Wolf's Kindheitmuster, Eugenides's Middlesex.]

WALLACE, John. "James Joyce and the Art of Everyday Living." Irish Medical Times (9 September 2009). <http://www.imt.ie/lifestyle/2009/09/james_joyce_and_the_art_of_eve.html>.

WARNOCK, Keith. "Auditing Bloom, Editing Joyce: Accounting and Accountability in Ulysses." Accounting, Business & Financial History 18, i (March 2008): 81-95.

(WEINSTEIN, Arnold. Recovering Your Story: Proust, Joyce, Woolf, Faulkner, Morrison. 2006.) [Rev.: Beth Rigel Daugherty, Woolf Studies Annual 13 (2007): 238-44.]

WEXLER, Joyce. "The German Detour from Ulysses to Magic Realism." Modern Language Quarterly 70, ii (June 2009): 245-68.

WICHT, Wolfgang. "At the Frontiers of Narrative: James Joyce's Ulysses." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 57, ii (2009): 153-75.

WOOD, Lorraine W. The Language of Music: Paradigms of Performance in Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Vernon Lee, James Joyce, and Virginia Woolf. Ph.D. diss. University of Utah, 2009. 252 pp. [DAI-A 70, iv (October 2009).]

XIA, Fang. "A Study on Modernism Features in Dubliners." Linyi shi fan xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Linyi Teachers' College 28, v (October 2006): 106-09. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

YANG, Jian. "Joyce's Views of the Canon." Wai guo wen xue yan jiu = Foreign Literature Studies, vi (2006): 86-93. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

YEAGER, Stephen. "James Joyce." 501 Great Writers. Ed. Julian Patrick. London: Apple, 2009. 282-85. ISBN 978-1-84543-310-9.

YU, Chen-yi. "A Reflection of Two Writing Techniques in A Portrait by James Joyce." Ningbo jiao yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Ningbo Institute of Education 9, ii (April 2007): 35-38. [In Chinese with English abstract.]

ZANOTTI, Serenella. "The Translator's Visibility: The Italian Translations of Finnegans Wake." mediAzioni no. 2 (2006). <http://www.mediazionionline.it/english/dossier/2006zanotti_eng.html>.

ZHANG, Liping. "A Comparison of Interior Monologue in Virginia Woolf's Stream of Consciousness Novels and in James Joyce's Works." Yu wen xue kan Yuwenxuekan, ii (2006): 24-26.

ZHU, Wang. "On the Socialization of the Hero of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Jie fang jun wai yu xue yuan xue bao = Journal of PLA Foreign Languages University 30, iv (July 2007): 100-04. [In Chinese with English abstract.]


Lucia's Chapters of Coming Forth By Day. Dir. Sharon Fogarty. Produced by Mabou Mines. Performed at the Kilkenny Arts Festival 7-11 August 2009. <http://www.maboumines.org/productions/lucias-chapters-coming-forth-day.


GEKOSKI, Rick. "Lost, Stolen or Shredded: Has Anybody Seen a Copy of Et Tu Healy?" 25 August 2009. 15 min. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00m68s7>. [Radio broadcast by BBC Radio 4.]


BECHDEL, Alison. Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. 232 pp. ISBN 0-618-47794-2. [Graphic novel with significant references to JJ's work.]

HART, Henry. "Richard Ellmann's Oxford Blues." Sewanee Review 117, ii (Spring 2009): 268-91.

"Mullingar-Born Academic Brings Joyce to iPhone!" Westmeath Examiner (11 August 2009).


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