Copyright and the Implications of SOPA for Joyceans in America by jjqblog
January 29, 2012, 8:26 PM
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Maxime D. McKenna’s article “Copyrights Wake: SOPA, James Joyce, and the Future of Intellectual Property” analyzes the almost simultaneous lapsing of European copyright on Joyce’s work with the introduction (and subsequent retraction) of SOPA legislation.  McKenna places this debate in the context of Samuel Roth’s piracy of Ulysses, Stephen James Joyce’s more contemporary opposition to the use of Joyce materials, and Joyce’s own use of other texts in his work.  Here is a link to the article.


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