Table of Contents: 47.2 (Winter 2010) by jjqblog
May 10, 2011, 9:50 AM
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*The current issue of JJQ, 47.2 (Winter 2010) is available for ordering, featuring articles by Norbert Lennartz, Jill Shashaty, Tim Conley, Geert Lernout, Frank Shovlin, and Bill Brockman’s Current JJ Checklist (109). The front cover for this issue features an inscribed suit, written with a Chinese brush and ink, which was created by the artist Robert Amos, who has been reading Finnegans Wake for thirty-five years. Copies of the current issue are available to subscribers.

The table of contents for the recent issue is listed below:


“The Ache of Modernism”: James Joyce’s Pomes Penyeach and Their Literary Context

~ Norbert Lennartz

Reading Dubliners Parabolically

~ Jill Shashaty

“Whole Only Holes Tied Together”: Joyce and the Paradox of Summary

~ Tim Conley

Joyce World-Wide Intertext

~ Geert Lernout

Who Was Father Conroy? James Joyce, William Rooney, and “The Priest of Adergool”

~ Frank Shovlin



~ William S. Brockman



“A faded 1860 print of Heenan boxing Sayers” (Ulysses 10.831-32)

~ William Sayers



Spain, Galicia, and the “Atlantic” Joyce

~ Gayle Rogers



Joyce, Medicine, and Modernity, by Vike Martina Plock

~ Martin Bock

Bloomsday 100: Essays on “Ulysses,” edited by Morris Beja and Anne Fogarty

~ Victor Luftig

Joyce Through Lacan and Zizek: Explorations, by Shelly Brivic

~ Luke Thurston

The Art of Scandal: Modernism, Libel Law, and the Roman a Clef, by Sean Latham

~ Gregory Castle

I Do I Undo I Redo: The Textual Genesis of Modernist Selves in Hopkins, Yeats, Conrad, Forster, Joyce, and Woolf, by Finn Fordham

~ Edmund Lloyd Epstein

Die Joyce-Rezeption in der Deutschsprachigen Erzahlliteratur Nach 1945, by Maren Jager

~ Wilhelm Fuger



~ Michael O’Sullivan




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