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桶谷秀昭 『ジェイムズ・ジョイス〈新装版〉』(1964) 紀伊國屋書店、1980年

 

鈴木幸夫編『ジョイスからジョイスへ―ジェイムズ・ジョイス研究集成』東京堂出版、1982年

 

丸谷才一   『6月16日の花火』岩波書店、1986年

 

大澤正佳 『ジョイスのための長い通夜』青土社、1988年

 

大島一彦 『ジエイムズ・ジヨイスとD・H・ロレンス』旺史社、1988年

 

宮田恭子 『ジョイスの都市-トリエステとチューリッヒ』小沢書店、1989年

 

Gottfried, Roy K. The Art of Joyce's Syntax. Athens: The University of Georgian Press, 1980.

 

Kenner, Hugh. Ulysses. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1980.

 

Bidwell, Bruce and Linda Heffer. The Joycean Way: A Topographic Guide to 'Dubliners' and 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.' Dublin: Wolfhound, 1981.

 

Costello, Peter. Leopold Bloom: A Biography. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1981.

 

French, Marilyn. The Book as World: James Joyce's Ulysses. London: Abacus, 1982.

 

Hayman, David. Ulysses: The Mechanics of Meaning. Rev. ed. London: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1982.

 

Ellmann, Richard. James Joyce. Rev. ed. New York: University Press, 1982. 

 

Riquelme, John Paul. Teller and Tale in Joyce’s Fiction: Oscillating Perspectives. Baltimore: The John Hopkins UP, 1983.

 

Blamires, Harry. York Notes on James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Harlow: Longman, York Press, 1984.

 

Patrick Parrinder. James Joyce. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1984. 

 

Loss, Archie K. Joyce's Visible Art: The Work of Joyce and the Visual Arts, 1904-1922. Michigan: UMI Research Press, 1984.

 

Benstock, Bernard. James Joyce. New York: Frederick Unger Publishing Co., 1985.

 

Bernard, Benstock, ed. Critical Essays on James Joyce. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1985.

 

Torchiana, Donald T. Backgrounds for Joyce’s Dubliners. Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1986.

 

Schwarz, Daniel R. Reading Joyce's Ulysses. London: Macmillan, 1987.

 

Kenner, Hugh. The Mechanic Muse. New York: Oxford University Press, 1987. 

 

Gifford, Don. Ulysses Annotated: Notes for James Joyce's “Ulysses.” With Robert J. Seidman. 2nd edn. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988.

 

Gillespie, Michael Patrick. Reading the Book of Himself: Narrative Strategies in the Works of James Joyce. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 1989.

 

Nadel, Ira. B. Joyce and the Jews: Culture and Texts. London: Macmillan Press, 1989.

Hugh Kenner / Ulysses (1980)

JJBN: KENNER-1980: Kenner, Hugh. Ulysses. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1980. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 13 August 2013)

 

CONTENTS


     Scheme of References

 1  Preliminary 

 2  ‘O, an Impossible Person!’

 3  Uses of Homer

 4  Immediate Experience

 5  The Hidden Hero

 6  Stephen’s Day

 7  The Arranger

 8  The Aesthetic of Delay

 9  Oceansong

10  Maelstrom, Reflux

11  Metempsychosis

12  Death and Resurrection

13  Lists, Myths

14  The Gift of a Book

      APPENDICES

 1  The Date of Stephen’s Flight

 2  Bloom’s Chest

 3  The Circle and the Three Nines

Critical Sequels

Bibliography

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


There is no book like Ulysses, and no book about Ulysses like this one. In the years since it was published in 1922, Joyce’s masterpiece, at first banned amid cries of outrage, has emerged by common consent as the indispensable imaginative work of the century. Nothing in English since Paradise Lost has so altered our sense of man, of man’s world, and of literature itself. 

  Meanwhile all manner of ancillary works have proliferated: defenses, attacks, beginners’ guides, expositions of symbolic content, annotations, efforts to relate Ulysses to its author’s life or to the traditional novel. Mr Kenner’s book is none of these. It concentrates on the way Joyce himself teaches us to read Ulysses as he taught himself to write it: moving from the simple to the forms compatible with the world of Picasso and Einstein, but anticipating every complex proxedure with easy examples furnished early. Ulysses is a book that cannot be read, only reread, and each rereading somewhat alters our sense both of Ulysses and of the act of reading.

  Throughout, Mr Kenner emphasis the factuality on which Joyce expended such pains. He has new things to say on a wide variety of topics, including the Homeric parallels, the slow erosion of novelistic stereotype by minute information, the role of styles in the book’s latter half, the enigma of its ending.

 

Hugh Kenner’s many books include Dublin’s Joyce (1956) and Joyce’s Voices (1978). He is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of the Humanities at The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.


Each volume in the Unwin Critical Library deals with a single work of literature. The aim of the series is to offer interpretation and information at a high level of reliability and interest.


The most illuminating book yet written about Joyce’s novel . . . no one has seen more than Kenner, or has described what he has seen with greater love and enthusiasm.

The Times Literary Supplement

 

All in all a stimulating performance, and much more than a guide for beginners.

Library Journal

 

a significant contribution to Ulysses studies at least equal in importance to the books on the subject by Ellman, Kain, Adams and Budgen.

Choice, USA


Kenner hears the book wonderfully well . . . and sees it to, often seeing down through the clamour of words to a moving, all but unrecorded scene remote and deep in the silence behind.

The Times Higher Education Supplement

Roy K. Gottfried / The Art of Joyce's Syntax in Ulysses (1980)

JJBN: GOTTFRIED-1980: Gottfried, Roy K. The Art of Joyce's Syntax in Ulysses. Athens: The University of Georgian Press, 1980. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 15 November 2011)

 

CONTENTS

 

1 Joycean Syntax as Appropriate Order

2 Syntax: Principles and Contexts of Dialectic

3 Order as Patterns

4 Potential Order as Entelechy

5 Appropriate Freedom and Variety

6 Appropriate Order as Controlled Meaning

 Notes

 Bibliography

 Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

Asked by an artist friend whether his day-long struggle to write two sentences of Ulysses was due to his search for the mot juste, James Joyce replied, "No, I have the words already. What I am seeking is the perfect order of words in the sentence. There is an order in every way appropriate."

 

In the first book-length study of the syntax of Ulysses, Roy K. Gottfried analyzes the appropriateness―the art―in the novel's rich variety of sentence patterns. Underlying the varieties of style that the reader encounters from chapter to chapter and even from character to character, there is, the author shows, a single unifying strategy. The syntax of Ulysses is shown to be a consistent manipulation of word-order, recognizable in a variety of different applications and ranging in intensity from rigid adherence to that order to nearly asyntactic freedom. 

 

The ultimate appropriateness of Joyce's syntax lies in its relation to his novel's meaning. Making the first thorough application yet of Joyce's dualism, the author demonstrates the close relation between the syntax and the tention in the novel between order and freedom. In close analyses of sentences ranging from the most conventional in grammar and syntax to the most dislocated, he unfolds the novel's dialectic, proving that, at least for Joyce, style is substance. 

 

Roy K. Gottfried is assistant professor of English at Vanderbilt University. 

桶谷秀昭 『ジェイムズ・ジョイス〈新装版〉』(1980)

JJBN: OKETANI-1980: 桶谷秀昭 『ジェイムズ・ジョイス〈新装版〉』(1964) 紀伊國屋書店、1980年。(Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 6 August 2011) *

 

目次


第一章 ジョイス像についての覚書
第二章 思想の形成
(一)環境
(二)魂の暗い誕生
(三)イプセンとの出会い
(四)芸術家
第三章 亡命者
(一)教会・祖国・家庭
(二)脱出
(三)亡命生活の変遷
第四章 作品の展開
(一)『ダブリン市民』の方法
(二)『死者』の位置
(三)『若き日の芸術家の肖像』
(四)『亡命者』
(五)『ユリシーズ』の情念
第五章 パーネルの亡霊
――ジョイスのナショナリズム構造

 

ジョイス年譜
あとがき

Bidwell & Heffer / The Joycean Way: A Topographic Guide to 'Dubliners' and 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man' (1981)

JJBN: Bidwell & Heffer-1981: Bidwell, Bruce and Linda Heffer. The Joycean Way: A Topographic Guide to 'Dubliners' and 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.' Dublin: Wolfhound, 1981. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 30 Sep. 2011)  

 

*ギフォードの注釈書、Ian Gunn, Clive HartによるJames Joyce's Dublin: A Topographical Guide to the Dublin of Ulyssesと合わせてダブリンの地理を理解する上で必携の書である。特筆すべきはひとつの地図に『ダブリナーズ』の各短編と『肖像』におけるイベントを合わせて書き込んでいるころである。ひとつの短編に限って登場人物の動きをたどるものは多くあるが、この点において本書は他の地理的ガイドと一線を画している。ジョイスの作品はすべてダブリンを舞台としているわけであり、間テクスト的な読みの可能性を期待させる作りとなっている。

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction

Note on the maps

 

PART I: A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN

   Preface

CHAPTER 1 THE CIRCULAR TRACK

   Martello Terrace, Bray

   Clongowes Wood College

   Blackrock

CHAPTER 2 THE GLOOMY FOGGY CITY

   The Bare Cheerless House

   Belvedere College

   Cork City

   The Labyrinth

CHAPTER 3 WELCOME, O LIFE!

   The Rising Ground above the River

   The Ancient Kingdom of the Danes

   Morning Walk across the City

   South of the Liffey

   Diary

 

PART II: DUBLINERS

   Preface to Part II

CHAPTER 4 NORTH RICHMOND STREET BEING BLIND

   North Richmond Street

   The Sisters

   Araby

   An Encounter

   Eveline

CHAPTER 5 FIFTY-SIX WHISKEYS

   Two Gallants

   A Little Cloud

   Counterparts

   Grace

CHAPTER 6 SNOW IS GENERAL

   A Mother

   The Dead

   Ivy Day

   The Boarding House

CHAPTER 7 WHERE THE CORK SCREW WAS

   Clay

   After the Race

   A Painful Case

Joyce's Principal Residences

Glossary and Index of Place Names in A Portrait and Dubliners

Bibliography

Peter Costello / Leopold Bloom: A Biography (1981)

JJBN: 1981-COSTELLO: Costello, Peter. Leopold Bloom: A Biography. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1981.

 

CONTENTS

 

. . . Finiche! Only a radiograph of a yestern scene

1 Childhood and Youth

2 Into the World

3 Molly and Marriage

4 At the City Arms

5 the Wandering Years

6 Bloom of the Freeman

7 the Pattern of Life

. . . Intermezzo: Molly and Bloom

8 Death 

9 Rudy Redux

10 Troubles

11 Bloom and the New Ireland

12 Gibraltar

13 The Last of Simon Dedalus

14 All Change Here

15 Closing Time

. . . At the End of the Day

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Traces the life of the fictitious main character of Joyce's Ulysses and project what his life would have been like after the day covered by the novel.

Marilyn French / The Book as World: James Joyce's Ulysses (1982)

JJBN: FRENCH-1982: French, Marilyn. The Book as World: James Joyce's Ulysses. London: Abacus, 1982. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 21 June 2014)

 

CONTENTS


Introduction

[1] The Reader amd the Journey

[2] The World as Book

[3] The Rock of Ithaca

[4] The City

[5] The World

[6] The Universe

[7] Coda

 Conclusion

 Notes

 Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


This book offers a fresh interpretation of what is perhaps one of the most controversial novels of the twentieth century. Based on a careful stylistic examination of the novel, this reading will force a thorough reconsideration of current critical thinking about Joyce's work.

 

Marilyn French has taught English literature at Hofstra College, Harvard University, and the College of the Holy Cross, and is the author of The Woman's Room and The Bleeding Heart, publushed by Sphere Books.  

鈴木幸夫 / 『ジョイスからジョイスへ―ジェイムズ・ジョイス研究集成』(1982)

JJBN:SUZUKI-1982: 鈴木幸夫編『ジョイスからジョイスへ―ジェイムズ・ジョイス研究集成』東京堂出版、1982年(Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 6 September 2011)


ジョイス関連のアンソロジーが日本語で編まれることは少ないが、本書ほど包括的なものは未だないのではないだろうか。作品論はジョイスの主要作品からエッセイに至るまで網羅しており、日本における受容にも多少触れられている点で日本語文献としての強みを発揮している。1980年代にまとめられたことを意識した上で読めば、ジョイス批評への糸口として重宝するだろう。

 

目次


序 鈴木幸夫

 

I 主題と方法

心理主義文学の系譜 鈴木幸夫

『ユリシーズ』と時代精神 臼井善隆

エピファニーの美学 森常治

意識の流れ 野中涼

ダブリンの意味 吉津成久

アリスのジョイス語入門 柳瀬尚紀

ジョイスのダブリン 田中純蔵

 

II 作品論

汚いダブリンの愛しい人びと―『ダブリンの人びと』 鳥海久義

『若き日の芸術家の肖像』 紺野耕一

『ユリシーズ』の曖昧性 清水重夫

『フィネガン徹夜祭』―ALPをたどって 鈴木幸夫

『追放人』 金美齢

詩集 虎岩正純

評論 野中涼

ジョイスの手紙―ポーラ・ローマ・トリエステ時代 照屋佳男

『ジャコモ・ジョイス』―自虐的愛の悦楽 北沢滋久

絵本『猫と悪魔』 神宮輝夫

 

III 影響

ジョイスとスターン 沢村灌

ジョイスとウルフ 内藤理恵子

ジョイスとベケット 藤井かよ

ジョイスとマードック 井内雄四郎

ジョイスとオーウェル 奥山康治

ジョイス移入の私道 鈴木幸夫

 

あとがき―モダニズムの文学 野中涼

年譜 清水重夫

文献抄 鈴木幸夫・清水重夫

索引

David Hayman / Ulysses: The Mechanics of Meaning (1982)

JJBN: HAYMAN-1982: Hayman, David. Ulysses: The Mechanics of Meaning. London: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1982. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 1 November 2011)


"I use the term 'arranger' to designate a figure or a presense that can be identified neither with the author nor with his narrators, but that identified with the author nor with his narrators, but that excercises an increasing degree of overt control over increasingly challenging materials." (84)

 

CONTENTS


Preface

Preface to the 1970 edition

 

I. Backgrounds

II. Dublin, June 16, 1904

III. Two Characters and A City-Scape

IV. Adjuncts to Meaning

V. Form and Surface

Conclusion

Ten Years After Thoughts

 

Appendix I: Plot Summary

Appendix II: Joyce's Schema

Appendix: Chronology

 

Notes 

Bibliography

Index

Richard Ellmann / James Joyce (1st ed, 1959. Rev ed, 1982)

JJBN: ELLMANN-1982

Ellmann, Richard. James Joyce. Rev. ed. New York: University Press, 1982. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 10 Sep. 2011)

 

CONTENTS

 

I Introduction

 

Part One Dublin
   II  The Family Before Joyce
   III 1882-1894
   IV 1894-1898
   V  1898-1900
   VI 1900-1902
   VII  1902
   VIII 1902-1903
   IX  1903-1904
   X 1904


Part Two POLA, ROME, TRIESTE
    XI 1904-1905
    XII      1905
    XIII     1905-1906
    XIV     1906-1907
    XV      The Background of 'The Dead'
    XVI     1907-1909
    XVII    1909
    XVIII   The Growth of Imagination
    XIX    1909- 1911
    XX     1912
    XXI    1913-1914
    XXII The Background of Ulysses
    XXIII  1914-1915
 
Part Three ZURICH
    XXIV 1915-1916
    XXV 1916-1918
    XXVI 1918
    XXVII 1918-1919
    XXVIII 1919-1920


Part Four Paris
    XXIX 1920
    XXX 1921-1922
    XXXI 1922-1923
    XXXII 1923-1926
    XXXIII 1926-1929
    XXXIV 1929-1932
    XXXV 1932-1935 
    XXXVI 1936-1939
 
Part Five RETURN TO ZURICH  
    XXXVII 1939-1941

John Paul Riquelme / Teller and Tale in Joyce’s Fiction: Oscillating Perspectives (1983)

JJBN: RIQUELME-1983: Riquelme, John Paul. Teller and Tale in Joyce’s Fiction: Oscillating Perspectives. Baltimore: The John Hopkins UP, 1983. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 12 June 2014)

 

CONTENTS


Acknowledgments

Conventions of Reference

Brief Argument

 

One.  TWISTS OF THE TELLE’S TALE

          Finnegans Wake

      The Teller in the Tale

      The Spirit behind the Letter

      Beginnings and Endings/Composition and Decomposition (I.1 and IV)

      A Purloined Homeric Correspondence

      Homeric Self-Portraiture: Repetitions and Origins

Two.  THE PREPOSTEROUS SHAPE OF PORTRAITURE

           A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

      Oscillating Perspective

      Dislocations in Style and Story

      Journal and Epigraph: Beginning and Homeward Glance

      Preludes

      Between the Acts

      The Villanelle and the Source of Writing

      Masking and Unmasking/Weaving and Unweaving

Three.  PRECURSORS OF PORTRAITURE/PRELUDES FOR MYTH

             Stephen Hero and Dubliners

      Features of infancy

      Portals of Discovery

      Elements of s Scrupulously Mean Enigma

      The Prelude: Memories of Boyhood

      Metaphors of the Narration/Metaphors in the Narration: “Eveline”

      Painful Cases

      The Postlude: Within and beyond Public Life

      Toward Mythic Artifice

Four.  STYLES OF MYTHIC WANDERING

           Ulysses

      The Myth of Joyce’s Impersonal Narration

     “Circe”: The Play of Consciousness

     The Initial Style: “Telemachus” – “Hades” – Rock of Ithaca

     The Various Styles: “Aeolus” – “Circe” – Wanderings

     Ultimate Styles: “Eumaeus” – “Penelope” – Ends and Beginnings

 

Post Scriptum.  Superhuman, Mirror-resembling Dreams

Appendix 1  The Parts and the Structural Rhythm of A Portrait

Appendix 2  The Structure of Allusion in “Circe”

Notes

Index  

Harry Blamires / York Notes on James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1984)

JJBN: BLAMIRES-1984

Blamires, Harry. York Notes on James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Harlow: Longman, York Press, 1984. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 18 December 2011) 

 

CONTENTS


Part 1: Introduction
  James Joyce
  Historical and cultural background
  A note on the text
Part 2: Summaries
  A general summary
  Detailed summaries
Part 3: Commentary
  The author’s point of view
  Narrative method
  Style
  Symbolism
  Epiphanies
  A study of Stephen
  Other characters
Part 4: Hints for study
  Topics to select for detailed study
  Selected quotations
  Working on the text
  The book as a whole: its structure
  Specimen questions and model answers
Part 5: Suggestions for further reading
The author of these notes 

Patrick Parrinder / James Joyce (1984)

JJBN: PARRINDER-1984: Patrick Parrinder. James Joyce. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1984. (Uploaded  by MINAMITANI on 5 Jun, 2013)

 

CONTENTS


 Preface and acknowledgements

 References to Joyce's works

 

 1 Introduction: Joyce and the grotesque

 

PART I

 2 The student

    University College―The old master in Christiania―Chamber Music―A modern Daedalus

 3 Dubliners

    Joyce and the short story―Signs of paralysis― Visions of the outcast

 4 A Portrait of the Artist and Exiles

    The portrait and the artsit―Voice, memory, and discontinuity―Phases of an identity―Giacomo  Joyce and Exiles 

 

PART II

Ulysses: list of episodes

   5 A Dublin Peer Gynt

   6 Stephen in Ulysses: the loveliest mummer

   7 Bloom and Molly: the bourgeois utopians

   8 The styles of Ulysses

   9 The ultimate symbol

 

PARTIII

 Finnegans Wake: list of chapters

  10 The nightmare of history

   Work in Progress―The interpretation of fables and dreams

  11 Reading the Wake

 

PART IV

  12 Recourse

 

Notes

Guide to further reading

Index

 

Loss. K. Archie / Joyce's Visible Art (1984)

JJBN: LOSS-1984: Loss, Archie K. Joyce's Visible Art: The Work of Joyce and the Visual Arts, 1904-1922. Michigan: UMI Research Press, 1984. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI, 23 Aug 2014)

 

CONTENTS

 

List of Illustrations

Acknowledgements

1 Introduction; Joyce and the Visual Arts

2 The Iconography of the Earlier Work

3 Ulysses, Cublism, and Other Movements in Modern Art

Illustrations

Notes

Bibliography 

Index

 

Bernard Benstock / James Joyce (1985)

JJBN: BENSTOCK-1985: Benstock, Bernard. James Joyce. New York: Frederick Unger Publishing Co., 1985. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 24 April 2011)

 

CONTENTS


Chronology
Legend

 

 1. In the Beginning
 2. The Road to Dubliners
 3. The Book of Himself
 4. A Drama in Exile
 5. The Dublin Odyssey
 6. Between a Sleep and a Wake
 7. In Lieu of an Ending
Bibliography
Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


  A welcome new overview of Joyce’s work – here is the Irish writer assessed from the standpoint of the 1980s, as his stature and influence in today’s world are examined afresh by a distinguished specialist.
  Through analyses that cut to the core of the Joyce canon (including the poems), the reader is introduced to the intricacies, unique style, and fundamental aspects of narrative distinguishing each of the major works. A separate chapter on Exiles, a play often relegated to a position of less importance, clearly demonstrates its true significance. Discussions of the formidable masterworks, Ulysses and Finnegans Wake, are especially lucid and thorough.
  This new study is a fully up-to-date assessment of Joyce’s work, and an important addition to Joyce criticism.

 
BERNARD BENSTOCK is past president of the James Joyce Foundation and the author and editor of several books on Joyce and other subjects, as well as a contributor to Ungar’s Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century. He is Professor of Comparative Literature and Chairman, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Comparative Literature, The University of Tulsa.

Bernard Benstock, ed. / Critical Essays on James Joyce (1985)

JJBN: BENSTOCK,ed-1985: Benstock, Bernard, ed. Critical Essays on James Joyce. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1985.

(Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 3 April 2016)

 

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION: "Assimilating James Joyce"

Bernard Benstock

EARLY ASSESSMENTS

Ezra Pound, "Dubliners and Mr James Joyce"

H. G. Wells, "James Joyce''

T. S. Eliot, "Ulysses, Order, and Myth"

Edmund Wilson, "The Dream of H. C. Earwicker"

COTERIE AND PIONEERS

Samuel Beckett, ''Dante ... Bruno. Vico .. Joyce" 

Stuart Gilbert, "The Rhythm of Ulysses

Frank Budgen, "Joyce's Chapters of Going Forth by Day" 

MAINSTREAM

Richard M. Kain, "Talking about Injustice: James Joyce in the Modern World"

Richard Ellmann, "The Backgrounds of 'The Dead'"

Hugh Kenner, "The Cubist Portrait"

Clive Hart, "The Elephant in the Belly: Exegesis of Finnegans Wake"

Fritz Senn, “Book of Many Turns"

Robert Boyle, S.J., "Miracle in Black Ink: A Glance at Joyce's Use of His Eucharistic Image"

Bernard Benstock, " 'The Dead': A Cold Coming"

NOUVELLES CRITIQUES

David Hayman, "Nodality and the Infra-Structure of Finnegans Wake"

Thomas F. Staley, "A Beginning: Signification, Story, and Discourse in Joyce's 'The Sisters' "

Wolfgang Iser, "Doing Things in Style: An Interpretation of 'The Oxen of the Sun' in James Joyce's Ulysses"

Margot C. Norris, "The Consequence of Deconstruction: A Technical Perspective of Joyce's Finnegans Wake"

Shari Benstock, ''Nightletters: Woman's Writing in the Wake"

INDEX

Donald T. Torchiana / Backgrounds for Joyce's Dubliners (1986)

JJBN: TORCHIANA-1986: Torchiana, Donald T. Backgrounds for Joyce’s Dubliners. Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1986. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 16 September 2011)

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgments

Introduction: James Joyce's Method in Dubliners


1  "The Sisters": the Three Fates and the Opening of Dubliners

2  "An Encounter": Joyce's History of Irish Failure in Roman, Saxon, and Scandinavian Dublin

3  "Araby": the Self-Discovery of a Double Agent

4  "Eveline": Eveline and the Blessed Margaret Mary Alacoque

5  "After the Race": Our Friends the French, the Races of Castlebar, and Dun Laoghaire

6  "Two Gallants": a Walk through the Ascendancy

7  "The Boarding House": the Sacrament of Marriage, the Annunciation, and the Bells of St George's

8  "A Little Cloud": the Prisoner of Love

9  "Counterparts": Hell and the Road to Beggar's Bush

10 "Clay": Maria, Samhain, and the Girls Next Door in Drumcondra

11 "A Painful Case": the View from Isolde's Chapel, Tower, and Fort

12 "Ivy Day in the Committee Room": Fanning the Phoenix Flame, or the Lament of the Fianna

13 "A Mother": Ourselves Alone

14 "Grace": Drink, Religion, and Business as Usual

15 "The Dead": I Follow St Patrick

 

Conclusions: Joyce, Dublin, Dubliners, and After

Index

丸谷才一『6月16日の花火』(1986)

JJBN: MARUYA-1986: 丸谷才一『6月16日の花火』岩波書店、1986年 (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 10 September 2011)

 

目次

 

I

神話とスキャンダル

夜の町

 

II

若いダイダロスの悩み

通夜へゆく道

西の国の伊達男たち

 

III

『ジアコモ・ジョイス』のための素描

 

初出一覧

あとがき

Daniel R. Schwarz / Reading Joyce's Ulysses (1987)

JJBN: SCHWARZ-1987: Schwarz, R. Daniel. Reading Joyce's Ulysses. London: Macmillan, 1987. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 18 July 2014)

  

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgements

Introduction: "O, Rocks. . . . Tell Us in Plain Words" 

 1 Joyce as "Lord and Giver" of Language: Form and Metaphor in Ulysses

 2 Joyce's Concept of a Hero

 3 The Odessey of Reading Ulysses

 4 The Movement from Lyrical to Epical and Dramtic Form: the Opening of Ulysses

 5 Joyce's Irish Jew: Bloom

 6 The Concept of Artistic Paternity in "Scylla and Charybdis"

 7 The Adventure of Reading: the Styles of the Odyssey and the Odessey of Styles

 8 "Circe" as the Climax of Joyce's Humanistic Vision

 9 Metaphoricity in "Eumaeues" and "Ithaca"

10 "Penelope"": Molly as Metaphor

Appendix

Selected Bibliography

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

In this major study of Ulysses, Daniel R. Schwarz not only presents a powerful and original reading of Joyce's great epic novel, but discusses it in terms of a dialogue between recent and more traditional literary theory. He takes full account of Gabler's 'Ulysses': A Critical and Synoptic Edition. Focusing on what he calls the odyssean reader, Schwarz demonstrates how the experience of reading Ulysses involves both responding to traditional plot and character as well as to the novel's stylistic experiments. Schwarz show how the novel creates a reader who must make subtle and deliberate discriminations in his odyssean journey through the novel. After three splendid general chapters which address, respectively, how Joyce's art signifies, Joyce's concept of the hero, and the role of the reader, Schwarz provides an episode-by-episode analysis.

 

Daniel R. Schwarz is Professor of English at Cornell University. He is he author of The Humanistic Heritage: Critical Theories of teh English Novel from James to Hillis Miller, Conrad: 'Almayer's Folly' to 'Under Western Eyes,' Conrad: the Later Fiction, and Disraeli's Fiction. His essays on critical theory and on Victorian and twentieth century British literature frequently appear in collections and important journals. 

Hugh Kenner / The Mechanic Muse (1987)

JJBN: KENNER-1987

Kenner, Hugh. The Mechanic Muse. New York: Oxford University Press, 1987. 

 

邦訳:ヒュー・ケナー『機械という名の詩神―メカニック・ミューズ』松本朗訳、上智大学出版、2009年

 

CONTENS

 

In Memoriam Etaoin Shrdlu

Eliot Observing

Pound Typing

Joyce Scrivening

Beckett Thinking

Epilogue

Appendix: Science, Axel, and Punning

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

With his customary wit and erudition, one of America's most celebrated and distinguished critics examines the response of literary Modernism to environmental changes caused by technology. Focusing on Eliot, Pound, Joyce, and Beckett, Hugh Kenner explores how inventions as various as the linotype, the typewriter, and the computer altered the way these writers viewed and depicted the world. 

 

"splendid exploration of the relation between the mechanization of society and the literary imagination ... Immensely readable." Washington Times Magazine

 

Hugh Kenner is Professor of English at The Johns Hopkins University and author of many books, including A Colder Eye: The Modern Irish Writers, The Pound Era, and The Invisible Poet: T.S. Eliot.

 

Don Gifford / Ulysses Annotated: Notes for James Joyce's “Ulysses.” With Robert J. Seidman. 2nd edn. (1988)

JJBN: GIFFORD-1988

Gifford, Don. Ulysses Annotated: Notes for James Joyce's “Ulysses.” With Robert J. Seidman. 2nd edn. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 15 June 2012)

 

CONTENTS

 

PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION         
PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEGMENTS (1974)  
THE NOTES AND THEIR USE                 
INTRODUCTION                               

 

NOTES FOR JOYCE’S Ulysses

      PART I.   The Telemachiad
EPISODE  1.  Telemachus
EPISODE  2.  Nestor
EPISODE  3.  Proteus

 

    PART II.    The Wanderings of Ulysses
EPISODE  4.  Calypso
EPISODE  5.  Lotus-Eaters
EPISODE  6.  Hades
EPISODE  7.  Aeolus
EPISODE  8.  Lestrygonians
EPISODE  9.  Scylla and Charybdis
EPISODE 10.  The Wandering Rocks
EPISODE 11.  Sirens
EPISODE 12.  Cyclops
EPISODE 13.  Nausicaa
EPISODE 14.  Oxen of the Sun
EPISODE 15.  Circe

 

    PART III.    The Homecoming
EPISODE 16.  Eumaeus
EPISODE 17.  Ithaca
EPISODE 18.  Penelope

 

APPENDIX:  Rhetorical Figures in Aeolus
INDEX

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

Comments on the first edition:
"A truly useful book in its explanation of puns, jokes, foreign phrases, and a myriad of other items including many helpful glosses on terms belongings to the vernacular of Dublin. For this last item alone the book is valuable because it documents much of the popular but fading idiom of the Dublin of 1904." ―Jay Fox, Modern Fiction Studies

 

"[Ulysses Annotated] teaches more than how to read a particular novel; it teaches us more profoundly how to read anything. This, I think, is the book’s main virtue. It teaches us readers how to transform the brute fact of our world."―Robert N. Ross, Western Humanities Review

 

"A good place to look first." ―Hugh Kenner

 

Here substantially revised and expanded, Don Gifford’s annotations to Joyce’s great modern classic comprise a specialized encyclopedia that will inform any reading of Ulysses. Annotations in this edition are keyed both to the reading text of the new critical edition of Ulysses published in 1984 and to the standard 1961 Random House edition and the current Modern Library and Vintage texts. Gifford has incorporated over 1,000 additions and corrections to the first edition. The introduction and headnotes to sections provide general geographical, biographical, and historical background. The annotations gloss place names, define slang terms, give capsule histories of institutions and political and cultural movements and figures, supply bits of local and Irish legend and lore, explain religious nomenclature and practices, trace literary allusions and references to other cultures. the suggestive potential of mirror details was enormously aspect of his literary method. The annotations in this volume illuminate details which are not in the public realm for most of us.

 

Don Gifford was Emeritus Professor of English at Williams College at his death in 2000.

大澤正佳『ジョイスのための長い通夜』(1988)

JJBN: OSAWA-1988

大澤正佳 『ジョイスのための長い通夜』 青土社、1988年.

 

目次 

 

序 『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』への誘い

 


ジョイスのアルカィデア
「アポファニプスの夜祭」への序章
歌手と道化 ジョイス詩抄
底なき坑への鍵
ジョイス随想1 
翻訳のにがい味 
かろやかに歩むバック・マリガン

 


「進行中の作業」のための覚書
水の言葉
夢言語のチャップリン的身振り
ジョイス語のドラウマ
三聖唱の怨念
『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』の一夜
ジョイス随想2
ジョイスとビートルズ
ライト・ヴァースとしてのブルーム
肝を食った男のSOS

 

両断された過去 アイルランド文学*
トンネルで酒浸り アイルランド文学**
ターラへゆく道 亡命者ジョイス
ワイルド・ブース・ジョイス オスカー・ワイルド
狂気の森の二人 ジョナサン・スウィフト
緑色のパスポート サミュエル・ベケット
ジョイスに倣って翔んだ詩人 シェイマス・ヒーニー
「恐ろしい美」は生まれたか アイルランド演劇
ジョイス随想3
ジョイスのダブリン
トリエステのジョイス
吉田健一さんと『フィネガンのお通夜』

 


遠くの音楽 オーブリー・ビアズリー
大いなる神のミュージカル リヒャルト・ワーグナー
凍りついた音楽 ズヴェーヴォと『ジアコモ・ジョイス』
コナンの夢 シャーロック・ホームズ
遅れて来た男の話 ルイス・キャロル
ウィンダム・ルイス・キャロルとジョイス
かくてこのわれらが追放ののち T・S・エリオット
シェム・ジョイスとショーン・エリオット
スワンの途を求めて マルセル・プルースト
ブアジョイス・バージェス序曲 アントニー・バージェス
ジョイス随想4
ザ・ノラ・バーナクル
ジョイスがラヴレターを書くとき
さあ きみの調べを

 

ジョイスの生涯と作品
あとがき、あるいは通夜のあと
初出一覧

大島一彦 『ジエイムズ・ジヨイスとD・H・ロレンス』(1988)

JJBN: OSHIMA-1988

大島一彦 『ジエイムズ・ジヨイスとD・H・ロレンス』 旺史社、1988年

 

*ジョイスの『若き日の藝術家の肖像』とロレンスの『息子と恋人』の比較を通して、両者の「精神的肖像画」(5)を描き出している。本書は、ジョイスとロレンスが持っていた芸術家としての「矜恃」を巧みに描き出していると言っていいだろう。実人生、宗教観、芸術観、性意識、そして最後には倫理観に至るまで、ジョイスとロレンスを徹底的に比較し、論の最後ではT・S・エリオットを経由することで、20世紀初頭というモダニズム期の問題を突き止めようとしている。

 

目次


ジエイムズ・ジヨイスとD・H・ロレンス
アアネスト・ヘミングウエイ
ヴアアジニア・ウルフ――『波』を廻つて――
ヘミングウエイとセザンヌ
シヤアウツド・アンダアソン
あとがき

 

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宮田恭子『ジョイスの都市-トリエステとチューリッヒ』(1989)

JJBN: MIYATA-1989

宮田恭子 『ジョイスと都市-トリエステとチューリッヒ』 小沢書店、1989年 

 

*将来の妻となるノラとともにダブリンを発ちパリへ向かった1904年以来、ジョイスは様々な都市を放浪した。故郷ダブリンを常に舞台とするジョイスの作品も、そのほとんどは海外生活の中で書かれたものだ。本書はジョイスが住んだ二つの都市、トリエステとチューリッヒに著者が滞在した経験をもとに、執筆時にジョイスが住んでいた地理・環境が作品の着想に影響を与えているのではないかという、科学的に立証はできなくとも魅力的な読みをしている(それがいささかロマンチックにすぎる解釈につながっているかもしれない)。本書が単なる旅行記に収まらないのは、各小題で扱う場所をジョイス作品の読解の上で有効な項目と結びつけているところにある。しかし、細部にわたり記述された美しい都市の風景にたち現れる著者の「旅行者」としての視点には、作品と伝記的事実への深い理解はもとより「愛」が感じられ、読後には異国の旅を心から楽しんだ末に帰途についているかのような印象を受ける。

 

CONTENTS

 

まえがき

 

トリエステ

トリエステ湾-海の風景

テレジアーノ-海の町の交友

聖ミケーレ通り-ジァコモの女

多民族都市-多宗教・多言語

ヴェルディ広場-歌劇

ヴェンディ・セッテンブレ並木通り-映画

ドナト・ブラマンテ通り-フロイト

 

チューリッヒ

リマトとジール-川の風景

ベルヴュー広場-カフェ、レストランのボヘミアンたち

シュピーゲル小路-ダダイズムの誕生

ゼックセロイテン広場-春の祭典

ブルクヘルツリ、キュスナハト-ユング

フルンタン-永眠の地

 

  註

  参考文献

  あとがき

  人名(作品名)索引

 

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Michael Patrick Gillespie / Reading the Book of Himself (1989)

JJBN: GILLESPIE-1989

Gillespie, Michael Patrick. Reading the Book of Himself: Narrative Strategies in the Works of James Joyce. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 1989. 

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgements

Abreviations

I Introduction

II Aesthetic Evolution: The Shapoing Forces behind Dubliners

III Stephens Hero: From the Nineteenth Century to Modernism

IV The Intellectual Heritage of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

V Et ignotas animum dimittit in artes: The Creation of the Reader in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

VI Exiles: The Development of Multiple Characterizations

VII The Shift in Stylistic Imperatives

VIII Ulysses: From Respondent to Creator

IX Ulysses: Narrative Metamorphoses

X The Commodius Recirculation of Finnegans Wake  

Appendixes

 A. Free Indirect Discourse

 B. A Chronology of the Initial COmposition and Revision

 C. The Headings of Aeolus

Notes 

Bibliography

Index

 

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Ira B. Nadel / Joyce and the Jews: Culture and Texts (1989)

JJBN: NADEL-1989

Nadel, Ira. B. Joyce and the Jews: Culture and Texts. London: Macmillan Press, 1989. 

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations

 

Introduction: 'Aleph, Alepha'

 

1 The Joycean Exodus

 

2 Joycem Jews and History

Jewish Historu and Joyce's Art

Race

Anti-Semitism

Zionism

 

3 Joyce and Jewish Typology

Moses and Messianism

The Talmud and Textual Typology

Joyce's Rabbinic Texts

Joyce and Hebrew

 

4 Joyce and the Idea of the Jew

Identity

Joyce and the Mystique of the Jewish Woman

 

5 Joyce's Jewish Cities

Dublin

Trieste

Rome

Zurich

Paris

 

Conclusion: "The Greatest Jew of All'

 

Notes

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

Joyce and the Jews is the first systematic study of the identity and causes of James Joyce's association with Jews. Using biographical and historical information, as well as Joyce's texts and critical theory, the book argues that the margiality of exclusion experienced by European Jews transformed them into  a crucial analogu of Joyce's life. The book also shows taht the essential Judaism of Joyce is textual: in his Kanguage Joyce enacts the principles and texhniques of Rabbinical hermeneutics and Judaic Textuality. As Jews knew and Joyce learned, the world was their promised land, and the text their homeland.

 

Preceeding Joyce's encounter with text was his exodus from ireland which initiated which an identity with the disclocated Jew. As the book documents, it is no coincidence that Joyce's career and attitude towards text relates to his increasing affinity with Jews whose lives often merged with his own.

 

Ira B. Nadel is Professor of English at the University of British Columbia. He is the author of Biography: Fiction, Fact and Form and editor  (with Shirley Newman) of Gertrude Stein and the Making of Literature and (with Peter Buitehuis) of George Orwell: A Reassessement. 

 

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