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Issue 54.3-4

PERSPECTIVES

The Joy of the Joycean World: The James Joyce Spanish Association Conference, Bilbao, Spain, 5-6 April 2018
Macarena Martín Martínez

Some Essays About Aesthetics: The Twenty-Sixth International James Joyce Symposium, Antwerp, Belgium, 11-16 June 2018
Lillian Hingley

ARTICLES

Forgotten Remembrances: The 6 January “Women’s Christmas” (Nollaig na mBan) and the 6 January 1839 “Night of the Big Wind” (Oíche na Gaoithe Móire) in “The Dead”
Mary Burke

Flirting with Function: Femininity and the Sartorial Detail from Freud to Joyce
Michelle Rada

Unspeakable “Circe”: Sexual Perversion and the Lacanian Detour in Ulysses
Frankie Thomas

Mathematics and Heresy in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Sandra Tropp

Ulysses‘s Martha Clifford: The Foreigner Hypothesis
Andrew G. Christensen

How do we read Finnegans Wake in Silence?
Paul Magee

Ad Maiorem Linguae Vasconicae et Jacobi Aloisii Joycei Gloriam: An Interview with Xabier Olarra,Translator of Ulysses into the Basque Language
Olga Fernandez Vicente

JJQ CHECKLIST

William S. Brockman

NOTES

Introduction: “Catholic Church Music in Dublin” by Edward Martyn and “O”
Keri Walsh and Callie Gallo

ENTERTAINMENTS

Penelope Says
Robert Berry

REVIEW ESSAY

“Uptenable from the Orther”: New Editions of Finnegans Wake
Tim Conley

REVIEWS

Joyce & Betrayal, by James Alexander Fraser
Marian Eide

Religion and Aesthetic Experience in Joyce and Yeats, by Tudor Balinisteanu
Garry Leonard

Blasphemous Modernism: The Twentieth-Century Word Made Flesh, by Steve Pinkerton
Geert Lernout

Rethinking Joyce’s “Dubliners,” edited by Claire A. Culleton and Ellen Scheible
Victor Luftig

Joyce’s Ghosts: Ireland, Modernism, and Memory, by Luke Gibbons
Katherine O’Callaghan

Bodies of Modernism: Physical Disability in Transatlantic Modernist Literature, by Maren Tova Linett
Jen Shelton

Cheap Modernism: Expanding Markets, Publishers’ Series, and the Avant-Garde, by Lise Jaillant
Rio Matchett

Ireland and the Problem of Information: Irish Writing, Radio, Late Modernist Writing, by Damien Keane
Susan Mooney

Nabokov’s Favorite Word is Mauve: What the Numbers Reveal about the Classics, Bestsellers, and Our Own Writing, by Ben Blatt
Tom Tanaka

“Ulysses”: A Revised and Expanded Stage Adaptation of Joyce’s Novel, by James Joyce, adapted by Dermot Bolger
Mason Whitehorn Powell

CONTRIBUTORS

ABSTRACTS