45.2 Table of Contents

Volume 45, Number 2

Raising the Wind

Sean Latham


“Too full for words”: A Reflection on the XXIst International James Joyce Symposium in Tours, France, 15-20 June 2008 ~ Jasmine Lellock

Jetes et Tours en L’air: A Report on the XXIst International James Joyce Symposium, Tours, France, 15-20 June 2008 ~ Eleni Loukopoulou

“Vigo Goes Viconian”: A Report on the Nineteenth Conference of the Spanish James Joyce Society, Vigo, Spain 11-12 April 2008 ~ Vanessa Silva Fernandez



“The Esthetic Instinct in Action”: Charles Darwin and Mental Science in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Sandra Tropp

“The Index Nothing Affirmeth”: The Semiotic Formation of a Literary Mandate in James Joyce’s “The Sister” Murray McArthur

The Jew’s Text: “Shem The Penman” and “Shaun The Post” Maren Linett

Madam Blavatsky and Theosophy in Finnegans Wake: An Annotated List Len Platt

“Scribbled Words”: The Usage of the Ulysses Notebooks in “Proteus” and “Aeolus” Eli Z. Lassman

William S. Brockman



Padraic Colum’s “James Joyce as a Young Man”
James P. Sullivan

“They Like it Because No-one Can Hear”: A Derridean Reading of Joyce’s Floral Language in “Lotus Easters” Hsin-yu Hung



Cerf’s Up!
Simon Loekle



Reading the Modernist Bildungsroman by Gregory Castle John Paul Riquelme

Joyce and Company by David Pierce Victor Lutig

Ulyssean Close-Ups by Fritz Senn Valerie Benejam

Joyce und Menippos: “A Portrait of the Artist as an Old Dog” by Dieter Fuchs Geert Lernout

Dirt for Art’s Sake: Books on the Trial from “Madam Bovary” to “Lolita” by Elisabeth Ladenson Gregg Mayer

Relations: Ethics and the Modernist Subject in James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” Virginia Woolf’s “The Waves,” and Djuna Barnes’s “Nightwood” by AnnKatrin Jonsson Erin Hollis

The Religion of Art: Modernist Theme in British Literature, 1885-1925 by Karl E. Beckson Christopher Whalen

The Cambridge Companion to the Irish Novel by John Wilson Foster Emer Nolan

The Rhetoric of Modernist Fiction by Morton Levitt John McIntyre

The Scallop of Saint James: An Old Pilgrim’s Hoard. Reading Joyce from the Peripheries edited by Susana Dominguez Pena, Margarita Estevez Saa, and Anne MacCarthy Alberto Lazaro

James Joyce’s Dublin: A Topographical Guide to the Dublin of “Ulysses,” compiled by Ian Gunn and Clive Hart, with Harald Beck and A Joycean Scrapbook from the National Library of Ireland by Katherine McSharry Robert Nicholson

Alan Grant



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