Table of Contents 48.3 (Spring 2011) by jjqblog
January 25, 2013, 12:03 PM
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Issue 48.3 (Spring 2011) is available for ordering.  The issue features articles from Enda Duffy, Leah Culligan Flack, Francis O’Gorman, Shelly Brivic, John McCombe, Brad Bannon  and Bill Brockman’s Current JJ Checklist (114).  It also includes an entertainment from Simon Loekle.  The front cover is is a collection of publicity photos of the actors that appeared in “Ulysses in Nighttown,” an off-Broadway play presented by Rooftop Productions in 1958.

The table of contents with links to articles and abstracts from Project Muse is below.


Bloomsday 2012 at Croton Falls: A Review of “Our First Ever Bloomsday Celebration,” 16 June 2012, The Schoolhouse Theater, Croton Falls, New York
Richard J. Gerber



Ulysses Becomes Electra: Electric Energy in Joyce’s Novel
Enda Duffy

“Cyclops,” Censorship, and Joyce’s Monster Audiences
Leah Culligan Flack

What Is Haunting Dubliners?
Francis O’Gorman

Bitter Milk: Joyce’s Shem Nursed Hysterically
Shelly Brivic

The Stephen Dedalus Blues: Travel Trains, and a Blues Sensibility in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
John McCombe

Joyce, Coleridge, and the Eastern Aesthetic
Brad Bannon


William S. Brockman



Tour Two!
Simon Loekle



A New Historicist Look at Joyce’s “Eveline” and Argentina in the Early 1900s
Laura Barberan Reinares

A Second Emendation to the Joycean Canon: L’Air Majestueux: Joyce and the New Emperor of the Sahara
Terence Matthews



The Culture of Joyce’s “Ulysses,”
by R. Brandon Kershner
Garry Leonard

Proust, Mann, Joyce in the Modernist Context,
by Gerald Gillespie
Daniel Shea

James Joyce and the Revolt of Love: Marriage Adultery, Desire,
by Janine Utell
Jolanta Wawrzycka

Beckett’s Dedalus: Dialogical Engagements with Joyce in Beckett’s Fiction,
by P. J. Murphy
Tyrus Miller

Joyce: A Guide for the Perplexed,
by Peter Mahon
Stan Smith

Literary Modernism and Beyond: The Extended Vision and the Realms of the Text,
by Richard Lehan
Ira Nadel


Ronan Crowley




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