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Issue 57.3-4


Smoking with John:John Bishop (1948-2020), Guide, Philosopher, and Friend
Jonathan Goldman
John Bishop Meets The Dead
D.J. Schiff
Zooming Bloomsday 2020240
Richard J. Gerber


An Incident in Hyde Park:Basil Thomson,Roger Casement,and Wakean Coincidence
Mark David Kaufman
The Way Out of Paralysis:Joyce and the Habitual Present Tense
Kathleen Heininge
James Joyce’s“The Dead”and Macrobius’s Saturnalia: The Menippean Encyclopedic Tradition and the Mythical Method
Dieter Fuchs
“There’s enough”: Ulysses and the Long Lyrics of A. R. Ammons
Calista McRae
“Nondescript Specimens”: Herbert Spencer’s Social Theory in Ulysses
Kevin Hart
Mapping and Interpreting Alliteration in Ulysses: A Corpus-Based Study
Gustavo A. Rodríguez Martín
The Re-Enactment of the Word as Words in the Art of James Joyce
Nick De Marco


William S. Brockman


Mr. Beoerly or Mr. Beverley? A Variant Reading of Joyce’s “Drama and Life”
Giles Whiteley


Penelope Says
Robert Berry
Bloomsday and the Religion of James Joyce’s Ulysses
Serena Alagappan


The Celtic Unconscious: Joyce and Scottish Culture, by Richard Barlow
Paul Fagan
Joyceand Geometry, by Ciaran McMorran
Jeremy Colangelo
Amnesia and the Nation: History, Forgetting, and James Joyce, by Vincent J.  Cheng
Jolanta Wawrzycka
James Joyce’s America, by Brian Fox
Joseph Kelly
James Joyce: A Literary Companion, by James F. Broderick
Christine Smedley Friendsin
Exile:Italo Svevo & James Joyce, by Brian Moloney
John McCourt
Modernism, Sex, and Gender, by Celia Marshik and Allison Pease
Pamela L. Caughie
Modernist Fiction and News: Representing Experience in the Early Twentieth Century, by David Rando
Mark S. Morrisson
All on Show: The Circus in Irish Literature and Culture, by Eleanor Lybeck
Luke Gibbons
Publishing Modernist Fiction and Poetry, by Lise Jaillant
Tamara Radak
Modernist Fictionand Vagueness:Philosophy, Form,and Language, by Megan Quigley
Laurent Milesi
Little Boy: A Novel, by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Peter Quadrino