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This section includes a selective bibliography of books and articles published on Joyce-related subjects in the last five years (~1995-2001), with the exception of a recent 2004 addition.



"That James Joyce is indeed a black Irishman, wreaking a vengeance, even wilder than the I.R.A.'s, on the English language from within, invading the territory of its sanitary ego-presumptions with a flood of impure, dark languages flowing from the damned up sources of collective speech, savagely drowning the ego of the traditional speaker and depositing the property of words in everybody, in the total human community of those who speak and have spoken and shall speak." Carlos Fuentes, American Review (1975)


BOOKS

Armstrong, Alison, and John Digby. The Joyce of Cooking: Food & Drink from James Joyce's Dublin. Talman Company, 1999.

Bell, Robert H. Jocoserious Joyce : The Fate of Folly in Ulysses.University Press of Florida, 1996.

Blamires, Harry. The New Bloomsday Book (3rd Edition). London: Routledge Press, 1996.

Burgess, Anthony. Re Joyce (Or: "Here Comes Everybody"). New York: W.W. Norton, 2000.

Burkdall, Thomas L. Joycean Frames : Film and the Fiction of James Joyce.New York: Galrland Publishing, 2000.

Campbell, Joseph and Henry Morton Robinson. A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake. Buccaneer Books, 1996.

Fairhall, James. James Joyce and the Question of History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Fargnoli, A. Nicholas and Michael Patrick Gillespie. James Joyce A to Z : The Essential Reference to the Life and Work. London: Oxford University Press, 1996.

Froula, Christine. Modernism's Body: Sex, Culture, and Joyce. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.

Gillespie, Michael, and Paula Gillespie. Recent Criticism of James Joyce's Ulysses : An Analytical Review (Studies in English and American Literature, Linguistics, and Culture). Camden House, 2000.

Hartshorn, Peter. James Joyce and Trieste.Greenwood Publishing, 1997.

Hodgart, Matthew J.C. and Ruth Bauerle. Joyce's Grand Operoar: Opera in Finnegans Wake. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1996.

Jackson, John Wyse, and Peter Costello. John Stanislaus Joyce : The Voluminous Life and Genius of James Joyce's Father. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998.

Jenkins, William D. The Adventures of the Detected Detective: Sherlock Holmes in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Greenwood, 1997.

Joyce, James. "The Lost 'Eumaeus' Notebook : James Joyce, Autograph Manuscript of the Eumaeus Episode of 'Ulysses' : Lot 197 in the Sale of English Literature, History, Children's and Illustrated Books and Drawings." London: Sotheby's, 2001.

Kelly, Joseph. Our Joyce : From Outcast to Icon. Austin: University of Texas, 1998.

Kershner, R.B., and Zack Bowen, eds. Joyce and Popular Culture. University Press of Florida, 1996.

Kimball, Jean. Odyssey of the Psyche : Jungian Patterns in Joyce's Ulysses. Southern Illinois Uni. Press, 1997.

McBride, Margaret. Ulysses and the Metamorphosis of Stephen Dedalus. Pennsylvania: Bucknell Uni. Press, 2001.

McCourt, John. James Joyce: A Passionate Exile. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2001.

Mood, John. Joyce's Ulysses for Everyone, or How To Skip Reading It The First Time. Bloomington: AuthorHouse, 2004.

Negrotti, Rosanna. "Joyce's Dublin : An Illustrated Commentary." London: Caxton Editions, 2001.

Norris, Margot, ed. A Companion to James Joyce's Ulysses : Biographical and Historical Contexts, Critical History, and Essays from Five Contemporary Critical Perspectives. New York: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1999.

O’Brien, Edna. James Joyce. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999.

Reizbaum, Marilyn. James Joyce’s Judaic Other. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1999.

Schork, R.J. and Zack Bowen, eds. Joyce and Hagiography : Saints Above! University Press of Florida, 2000.

Schwaber, Paul. The Cast of Characters: A Reading of Ulysses. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.

Staley, Thomas F. and Willard Potts, eds. Joyce and the Two Irelands. Austin: University of Texas, 2001.

Trilling, Lionel. "The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent : Selected Essays. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2000.

Tindall, William York. A Reader's Guide to Finnegans Wake. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1996.

Tymoczko, Maria. The Irish Ulysses. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1997.

Valente, Joseph. Quare Joyce. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1998.





"The measure of a work of art is from how deep a life does it spring." Joyce (O’Brien, 108)


ARTICLES/REVIEWS

Banville, John. "The Years of Bloom: James Joyce in Trieste, 1904-1920." The New York Review of Books 48, no 2 (Feb. 8, 2001): 37-9.

Cannon Harris, Susan. “Invasive Procedures: Imperial Medicine and Population Control in Ulysses and The Satanic Verses.” James Joyce Quarterly 35, no 2 (1998): 373-401.

Eide, Marian. “The Woman of the Ballyhoura Hills: James Joyce and the Politics of Creativity.” Twentieth Century Literature 44, no 4 (1998): 377-394.

Ford, Mark. "Institutions of Modernism." The Times Literary Supplement 5034, (Sept. 24 1999): 26.

Freshbach, Sidney. "Joyce's Iritis and the Irritated Text." American Book Review 18 (Oct./Nov. 1996): 28.

Friedman, Alan Warren. "Party Pieces in Joyce's Dubliners." James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 3 (1999): 471-485.

Hughes-Kersnowski, Alice. "James Joyce; Aristotle's Trickster." American Journal of Semiotics 14, no 1-4 (1997): 48.

Jackson Rice, Thomas, Dasenbrock, Reed Way, and Ray Mines. "Joyce, Chaos, and Complexity Source." James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 2 (1999): 289-293.

Jaurretche, Colleen, and Mary Lowe-Evans. "The Sensual Philosophy: Joyce and the Aesthetics of Mysticism." James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 2 (1999): 293-297.

Kidd, John. "Ulysses." The New York Review of Books 44 (Sept. 25 1997): 54.

McDonald, Ronan, and Kathleen Ferris. “James Joyce and the Burden of Disease.” Times Literary Supplement 4890 (1996): 12.

Mines, Ray, and Reed Way Dasenbrock. “Nought nowhere was never reached”: Mathematics in Ulysses.” James Joyce Quarterly 35, no 1 (1997): 25-37.

Newman, Robert and Kevin J.H. Dettmar. "Centuries' Ends, Narrative Means." James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 3 (1999): 695.

O'Connor, P.D. "Joyce, Race, and Empire." Choice 33 (Jan. 1996): 790.

Platt, Len. "Corresponding with the Greeks: An Overview of Ulysses as an Irish Epic." James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 3 (1999): 507-525.

Purdy, Strother B. "Is There a Multiverse in Finnegans Wake, and Does That Make It a Religious Book?" James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 3 (1999): 587-603.

Reilly, Seamus. “Rehearing "Distant Music" in "The Dead." James Joyce Quarterly 35, no 1 (1997): 149-152.

Rogers, Michael. "James Joyce A to Z." Library Journal 120 (June 15 1995): 60.

Scroggins, Mark and Marilyn Reizbaum. "Ireland and Israel, Joyce and the Jews: - James Joyce's Judaic Other." Studies in American Jewish Literature 19 (2000): 74-82.

Smurthwaite, John. "A Joycean Map." James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 3 (1999): 664-667.

Spoo, Robert, and Timothy Martin. “James Joyce and the Language of History: Dedalus's Nightmare.” JEGP. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 96, no 1 (1997): 146-147.

Vanderham, Paul and Charles Howard. "James Joyce and Censorship: The Trials of Ulysses." The American Journal of Legal History 43, no 1 (1999): 91.

Wexler, Joyce Piell, and Andrew Gibson. "Who Paid for Modernism?: Art, Money, and the Fiction of Conrad, Joyce, and Lawrence." James Joyce Quarterly 36, no 2 (1999): 320-324.

Yeates, Amanda L. “Historical Joyce/Hysterical Joyce.” James Joyce quarterly 35, no 1 (1997): 13-16.

Zois, Joelle. "James Joyce and Censorship." The New York Times Book Review 103, no 17 (Apr. 26 1998): 23.




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