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Table of Content 47.3 (Spring 2010) by jjqblog
March 23, 2012, 10:47 AM
Filed under: Table of Contents

Issue 47.3 (Spring 2010) of the JJQ is available for ordering.  The issue features articles from Ronon Crowley, Tony Thwaites, Paul O Mohoney, Irina Rasmussen Goloubeva, Hye Ryoung Kil, Dirk Van Hulle, and Bill Brockman’s JJ Checklist.  The cover features the Brooke’s Soap advertisement featured in The Graphic on 3 January 1891.

The table of contents with links to the article abstracts in Project Muse is listed below.

Perspectives

Influence and Indeterminacy: A Report on the Fourteenth Annual Trieste Joyce School, Trieste, 27 June-
3 July 2010
 ~Elizabeth Bonapfel

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Articles

Fusing the Elements of “Circe”: From Compositional to Textual Repetition ~Ronan Crowley

Mr. Bloom, Inside and Out: Some Topologies of the “Initial Style” of Ulysses ~Tony Thwaites

The Use of “Pishogue” in Ulysses: One of Joyce’s Mistakes? ~Paul O Mahoney

Molly Bloom: A Re-Immersion in the Concrete  ~Irina Rasmussen Goloubeva

Soap Advertisements and Ulysses: The Brooke’s Monkey Brand Ad and the Capital Couple ~Hye Ryoung Kil

Valéry’s Serpent and the Wake‘s Genesis: Toward a Digital Library of James Joyce  ~Dirk Van Hulle

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JJ Checklist

Current JJ Checklist (110) ~William S. Brockman

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Notes

A Footnote on the Russian Reception of Joyce ~Fritz Senn

Dim Starlight on “A Little Cloud” ~Tim Conley

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Entertainments

“Blowin’ in the Wind!”  ~Simon Loekle

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Reviews

Joyce’s “Ulysses”: A Reader’s Guide, by Sean Sheehan ~Greg Winston

Theorists of the Modern Novel: James Joyce, Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf, by Deborah Parsons  ~Eric Bulson

Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive, edited by Maria McGarrity and Claire A. Culleton ~Ariela Freedman

Terror and Irish Modernism: The Gothic Tradition from Burke to Beckett, by Jim Hansen ~Alan Warren Friedman

“James Joyce: A Concert of Music,” with music by George Antheil, Othmar Schoeck, and Mátyás Gyorgy Seiber ~Richard J. Gerber

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Letters

~Damon Franke

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