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Table of Contents 49.1 (Fall 2011) by jjqblog
August 22, 2013, 10:55 AM
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Issue 49.1 (Fall 2011) is available for ordering.  The issue features articles from Philip Keel Geheber, Jaya Savige, Stephanie Boland, Judith Paltin, and Bill Brockman’s Current JJ Checklist (116).  It also includes an entertainment from Simon Loekle.  The front cover is  a photo of the opening reception of the 18th Irregular Miami J’yce Conference, which was held on the fifth-floor terrace on the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Coral Gables, Florida.

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

PERSPECTIVES
“It’s All True?”: A Report on “‘Outside his jurisfiction’: Interrogating James Joyce’s Non-Fiction,” University of York, 23-25 March 2012
Philip Keel Geheber

The Post-Copyright “Cowpoyride”: A Report on the XXIII International James Joyce Symposium, Dublin, 10-16 June 2012
Jaya Savige

“Putting Truth and Untruth Together”: The 2012 Zurich James Joyce Foundation Workshop, 6-11 August 2012
Stephanie Boland

“A beautiful pure sweet mellow English tenor”: “Joyce and England” at the 18th Irregular Miami J’yce Birthday Conference, 31 January-2 February 2013
Judith Paltin

A Note on the Frank Budgen Papers at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Stephanie Boland

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ARTICLES
The Reverend Stephen Dedalus, S.J.: Sacramental Structure in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Kevin Farrell

Of Sirens Silent and Loud: The Language Wars of Joyce and Kafka
Maria Kager

Corpse-Chewers: The Vampire in Ulysses
William Orem

A Cripped Erotic: Gender and Disability in James Joyce’s “Nausicaa”
Dominika Bednarska

ALP’s Polyvocal Testimony in III.3: A Collaborative Interpretation
Kimberly J. Devlin and Mingming Zhang

The Fourth Gospel in Finnegans Wake: Joyce’s Middle Way and “the point of eschatology”
Roy Benjamin

CURRENT JJ CHECKLIST (116)
William S. Brockman

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NOTES
Publishing the Unpublished Correspondence
Kevin J. H. Dettmar, Willliam S. Brockman, and Robert Spoo

Closing Time: “ten minutes to ten” and the End of Childhood in Joyce’s “Araby”
Steven Doloff

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ENTERTAINMENTS
Beer Barrel Polter!
Simon Loekle

“Stem and Stone” and “The Writer in Exile”
Charlotte Pomerantz

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REVIEW ESSAY
Manliness Doubly Bound: From Parnell to Joyce
John Paul Riquelme

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REVIEWS
The Nets of Modernism: Henry James, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and Sigmund Freud, by Maud Ellmann
Douglas Mao

A Little Circle of Kindred Minds: Joyce in Paris, by Conor Fennell
David Pierce

European Joyce Studies 19: James Joyce and the Nineteenth-Century French Novel, edited by Finn Fordham and Rita Sakr
Sherry Burgus Little

The House of “Ulysses”: A Novel, by Julián Ríos, translated by Nick Caistor
Katarzyna Bazarnik

Riverrun to Livvy: Lots of Fun Reading the First Page of James Joyce’s “Finnegans Wake,” by Bill Cole Cliett
Jim LeBlanc

The Shadow of James Joyce: Chapelizod & Environs, by Motoko Fujita
Heather Ryan Kelley

Religious Experience and the Modernist Novel, by Pericles Lewis
Jeffrey Drouin

Prosaic Desires: Modernist Knowledge, Boredom, Laughter, and Anticipation, by Sara Crangle
Jessica Burstein

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LETTERS
Terence Killeen

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