Table of Contents 49.3-4 (Spring-Summer 2012) by jjqblog
July 3, 2014, 3:51 PM
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Issue 49.3-4 (Spring-Summer 2012) is available for ordering.  The double issue includes a feature section on Dubliners with articles from Michael Timins, David Ben-Merre, Gerald Doherty, Jordan Burr, Christopher DeVault, as well as  articles from Jed Deppman, Vike Martina Plock, Gerald L. Bruns, Shan-Yun Huang, and Bill Brockman’s Current JJ Checklist (118).  It also includes an entertainment from Simon Loekle.  The front cover is a 15 x 11-inch collage entitled ‘Portrait’ by Heather Ryan Kelley created in 2012.

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


“Ça se voit aussi à Paris”: A Report on “Optical Errors,” The 2013 James Joyce Colloquium, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France, 8 June 2013
Victoria Lévêque

“Problems with Authority”: The Second International Flann O’Brien Conference, University of Rome III, 19–21 June 2013
Adam Winstanley

“Joycencore rearrived/or lots of fun again”: The Seventeenth Annual Trieste Joyce School, Trieste, Italy, 30 June–6 July 2013
Ágota Márton

“Dolce Far Molto”: The Seventeenth Annual Trieste Joyce School, Trieste, Italy, 30 June–6 July 2013
Stella Tan

“Reading newspaper, eating meals, pleasure, etcetera” (FW 127.20-22): The 2013 Zurich James Joyce Foundation Workshop, Zurich, Switzerland, 4-10 August, 2013
Tamara Radak



“The Sisters”: Their Disease
Michael Timins

Eveline Ever After
David Ben-Merre

“There must be reparation”: A Sacrificial Reading of “The Boarding House”
Gerald Doherty

“Counterparts,” the Iliad, and the Genesis of Joyce’s Mythic Method
Jordan Burr

“The Memory of Parnell”: Juridical and Ethical Testimony in “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”
Christopher DeVault



James Joyce: From Hero to Author of the Bildungsroman
Jed Deppman

“Object Lessons”: Bloom and His Things
Vike Martina Plock

What’s in a Mirror: James Joyce’s Phenomenology of Perception
Gerald L. Bruns

“Wandering Temporalities”: Rethinking Imagined Communities Through “Wandering Rocks”
Shan-Yun Huang


William S. Brockman



Detecting the Man in the Macintosh: James Joyce and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
David J. Hart

Acrostics in Joyce’s Poetry
Tristan Power



The Unnamable!
Simon Loekle

Dublin Over
David Ben-Merre

Finnegans Tweet
Frank Levy



Text (Not Manuscript) Transcriptions: Stepping-Stones to The Dublin “Ulysses” Papers
Hans Walter Gabler

Lighting-Up Time for Nighttown
Ronan Crowley



“Strandentwining Cable”: Joyce, Flaubert, and Intertextuality, by Scarlett Baron
Valérie Bénéjam

The German Joyce, by Robert K. Weninger
Patrick O’Neill

James Joyce: Texts and Contexts, by Len Platt
Terence Brown

Noch Mehr Über Joyce: Streiflichter (Still More on Joyce: Highlights), by Fritz Senn, edited by Sabine Baumann
Wilhelm Füger

Borges and Joyce: An Infinite Conversation, by Patricia Novillo-Corvalán
Lucia Boldrini

“Finnegans Wake,” The Final Chapter: The Illnesstraited Colossick Idition, by James Joyce, illustrated by Tim Ahern
Shelly Brivic

Hypermedia Joyce, edited by Louis Armand and David Vichnar
Mike Frangos

Zones of Re-Membering: Time, Memory, and (Un)Consciousness, by Don Gifford, edited by Donald E. Morse
Oona Frawley

Architecture and Modern Literature, by David Spurr
Rita Sakr

Shakespeare and the Irish Writer, edited by Janet Clare and Stephen O’Neill
David J. Baker

Moving Through Modernity: Space and Geography in Modernism, by Andrew Thacker
Enda Duffy

The Ends of Ireland: Criticism, History, Subjectivity, by Conor Carville
Catherine E. Paul

Fictions of Autonomy: Modernism from Wilde to de Man, by Andrew Goldstone
Edward P. Comentale

Museum Trouble: Edwardian Fictions and the Emergence of Modernism, by Ruth Hoberman
Marcia K. Farrell


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