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Attridge, Derek and Marjorie Howes, ed. Semicolonial Joyce. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

 

Boheemen-Saaf, Christine van and Colleen Lamos, ed. Masculinities in Joyce: Postcolonial Constructions (European Joyce Studies 10). Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2001.

 

Crispi, Luca and Sam Slote, ed. How Joyce Wrote Finnegans Wake: A Chapter-by-chapter Genetic Guide. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 2007.

 

Friedman, Alan Warren and Charles Rossman, ed. De-familiarizing Readings: Essays from the Austin Joyce Conference (European Joyce Studies 18). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009.

 

Kimball, Jean. Joyce and the Early Freudians: A Synchronic Dialogue of Texts. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2003. 

 

McCourt, John. The Years of Bloom: James Joyce in Trieste 1904-1920. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2000.

 

Wicht, Wolfgang. Utopianism in James Joyce’s Ulysses. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 2000.

 

Startup, Frank. James Joyce: A Beginner's Guide. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2001.

 

Begnal, Michael, ed. Joyce and the City: The Significance of Place. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2002.

 

Gibson, Andrew. Joyce's Revenge: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in Ulysses. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.

 

Gillespie, Michael Patrick, ed. James Joyce and the Fabrication of an Irish Identity: European Joyce Studies 11. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2001.

 

Schwarze, Tracey Teets. Joyce and the Victorians. Ganesville: UP of Florida, 2002.

 

Spurr, David. Joyce and the Scene of Modernity. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2002.

 

Sword, Helen. Ghostwriting Modernism. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2002.

 

Norburn, Roger. A James Joyce Chronology. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

 

Norris, Margot. Suspicious Readings of Joyce's Dubliners. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003.

 

Norris, Margot. “Ulysses for Beginners.” Joyce Studies 2004 Series No.14. Dublin: The National Library of Ireland, 2004.

 

Attridge, Derek, ed. JAMES JOYCE'S Ulysses: A Casebook. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

 

Emig, Rainer, ed. Ulysses: James Joyce (New Casebooks). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

 

Frawley, Oona, ed. A New & Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s Dubliners. Dublin: Lilliput, 2004.

 

Rabaté, Jean-Michel, ed. Palgrave Advances in James Joyce Studies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

 

Sherry, Vincent. Joyce: Ulysses. 2nd Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

 

Thurston, Luke. James Joyce and the Problem of Psychoanalysis. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004.

 

Lernout, Geert and Wim Van Mielro, ed.The Reception of James Joyce in Europe. 2 Vols. Series Editor. Elinor Shaffer. London and New York: Thoemmes Continuum, 2004.

 

Strathern, Paul. James Joyce in 90 Minutes. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2005.

 

Castle, Gregory. Reading the Modernist Bildungsroman. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2006.

 

Gibson, Andrew and Len Platt, ed. Joyce, Ireland, Britain. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2006.

 

Thacker, Andrew, ed. New Casebooks JAMES JOYCE: Dubliners. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

 

【DVD】James Joyce's Dublin: the Ulysses Tour. Artsmagic, 2007.

 

Attridge, Derek. How to Read Joyce. London: Granta Books, 2007.

 

Owens, Cóilín. James Joyce’s Painful Case. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008.

 

Pierce, David. Reading Joyce. Harlow: Pearson Longman, 2008. 

 

Akebrand, Josef. Analysis of James Joyce's "A Painful Case." Frankfurt: GRIN Verlag, 2008.

 

Kiberd, Declan. Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living. London: Faber and Faber, 2009.

 

Sheehan, Sean. Joyce's Ulysses. London: Continuum, 2009.

 

McCourt, John, ed. James Joyce in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009.

Derek Attridge and Marjorie Howes / Semicolonial Joyce (2000)

JJBN: ATTRIDGE & HOWES-2000: Attridge, Derek and Marjorie Howes. Eds. Semicolonial Joyce. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 2 July 2011)


CONTENTS


List of contributors
Acknowledgments
Note on references to Joyce's works

Introduction
MARJORIE HOWES and DEREK ATTRIDGE
1 Dead ends: Joyce's finest moments
SEAMUS DEANE
2 Disappearing Dublin: Ulysses, postcoloniality, and the politics of space
ENDA DUFFY
3 "Goodbye Ireland I'm going to Gort": geography, scale, and narrating the nation
MARJORIE HOWES
4 State of the art: Joyce and postcolonialism
EMER NOLAN
5 "Neither fish nor flesh"; or how "Cyclops" stages the double-bind of Irish manhood
JOSEPH VALENTE
6 Counterparts: Dubliners, masculinity, and temperance nationalism
DAVID LLOYD
7 "Have you no homes to go to?": Joyce and the politics of paralysis
LUKE GIBBONS
8 Don't cry for me Argentina: "Eveline" and the seductions of emigration
KATHERINE MULLIN
9 "Kilt by kelt shell kithagain with kinagain": Joyce and Scotland
WILLY MALEY
10 Phoenician genealogies and oriental geographies: Joyce, language, and race
ELIZABETH BUTLER CULLINGFORD
11 Authenticity and identity: catching the Irish spirit
VINCENT J. CHENG

 

Index

ABOUT THE BOOK


James Joyce's fiction constantly engages with an Ireland whose present and past is marked by the long struggle to achieve full independence from England. Semicolonial Joyce is the first collection of essays to address the importance of Ireland's colonial situation in understanding Joyce's work. The volume brings together leading commentators from Ireland, Britain and the United States, presenting a range of voices rather than a single position on a topic which has had a major impact on Joyce criticism in recent years. Contributors explore Joyce's ambivalent and shifting response to Irish nationalism and reconsider his writing in the context of the history of Western colonialism. The essays both draw on and question the achievements of postcolonial theory, and provide fresh insights into Joyce's resourceful engagement with political issues that remain highly topical today. This book represents a major contribution to Joycean and postcolonial studies. 

John McCourt / The Years of Bloom: James Joyce in Trieste 1904-1920 (2000)

JJBN: MCCOURT-2000

McCourt, John. The Years of Bloom: James Joyce in Trieste 1904-1920. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2000. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 1 August 2013)

 
CONTENTS


List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations
Introduction
PART ONE: Heading east
PART TWO: A portrait of "tarry easty"
PART THREE: Was ist eine Nation?
PART FOUR: La nostra bella Trieste
PART FIVE: Success in the shadow of war
Notes
Bibliography
Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

Since the publication of Richard Ellmann’s James Joyce in 1959, Joyce has received remarkably little biographical attention. Scholars have chipped away at various aspects of Ellmann’s impressive edifice but have failed to construct anything that might stand alongside it. The Years of Bloom is arguably the most important work of Joyce biography since Ellmann. Based on extensive scrutiny of previously unused Italian sources and informed by the author’s intimate knowledge of the culture and dialect of Trieste, The Years of Bloom documents a fertile period in Joyce’s life.
    While living in Trieste, Joyce wrote most of the stories in Dubliners, turned Stephen Hero into A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and began Ulysses. Echoes and influences of Trieste are rife throughout Ulysses and Finnegans Wake. Though Trieste had become a sleepy backwater by the time Ellmann visited there in the 1950s, McCourt shows that the city was a teeming imperial port, intensely cosmopolitan and polyglot, during the approximately twelve years Joyce lived there in the waning years of the Habsburg Empire.  It was there that Joyce experienced the various cultures of central Europe and the eastern Mediterranean. He met many Jews, who collectively provided much of the material for the character of Leopold Bloom. He encountered continental socialism, Italian Irredentism, Futurism, and various other political and artistic forces whose subtle influences McCourt traces with literary grace and scholarly rigour. The Years of Bloom, a rare landmark in the crowded terrain of Joyce studies, will instantly take its place as a standard work.

Wolfgang Wicht / Utopianism in James Joyce’s Ulysses (2000)

JJBN: WICHT-2000: Wicht, Wolfgang. Utopianism in James Joyce’s Ulysses. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 2000. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 20 March 2014)

 

CONTENTS


Introduction: Modes of Idealization

 

1  The Utopian Mind

     The historical paradigm

     The suspect image: More’s Utopia, a foil to Ulysses

     Ideological inscriptions in More criticism

     Utopia and ideology: the post-Marxian paradigm

     Utopian ‘geometry’ and the thinking of differences

2  Bloomusalem the Golden

     The fantastic space of the Bloomusalem episode

     Authorial frames of reference

     Implicit utopian contexts

     Explicit intertextuality

     The heterotopian counter-site

3  The Promise of a Golden Past

     Irish and Joycean nationalism

     The politics of memory

     The Irish question and the Irish Literary Revival

     Nostalgic reconstructions, oral and written

     Representatives of national legitimation

     Joyce’s un-com-promising position

4  Messianic Prophets

     Moses

     Moses: Joycean representation

     Circumlocutory Mosaic images

     Elijah

     Jesus

     Disrupting the mystifications

5  Individual Desires

 

Conclusion: The Cracked Mirror of Utopia

Bibliography

Index 

ジャック・デリダ『ユリシーズ グラモフォンージョイスに寄せるふたこと』合田正人・中真生訳(2001)

JJBN: DERRIDA-2001: デリダ、ジャック『ユリシーズ グラモフォン ジョイスに寄せるふたこと』合田正人・中真生訳、法政大学出版、2001年. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI, on 15 February 2012)

 

目次


廻り合せ

 

ジョイスに寄せるふたこと
ユリシーズ グラモフォン
 ――ジョイスが「然り」と言うのを聞くこと

 

訳 注
訳者解説 

Christine van Boheemen-Saaf and Colleen Lamos, eds. / Masculinities in Joyce: Postcolonial Constructions (European Joyce Studies 10) (2001)

JJBN: BOHHEMEN-SAAF&LAMOS-2001: Boheemen-Saaf, Christine van and Colleen Lamos, eds. Masculinities in Joyce: Postcolonial Constructions (European Joyce Studies 10). Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2001. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 18 May 2015)

 

CONTENTS


Bibliographical Note

Joycean Masculinities: An Introduction

     Chr. Van Boheemen and Colleen Lamos

Masculinity Games in “After the Race”

     Margot Norris

Standing the Empire: Drinking, Masculinity, and Modernity in “Counterparts”

     Paul Lin

Duffy’s Subjectivation: The Psychic Life of “A Painful Case”

     Colleen Lamos

“As If a Man Were Author of Himself: Literature, Mourning and Masculinity in “The Dead”.

     Richard Brown

Narrative Authority in Joyce’s Portrait and Flaubert’s Novembre

     Elizabeth Brunazzi

“Do You Call That a Man?”: The Culture of Anxious Masculinity in Ulysses

     Tracey Teets Schwartze

Ulysses and the End of Gender

    Vicki Mahaffey

“Twenty Pockets Arent Enough for Their Lies”: Pocketed Objects as Props of Bloom’s Masculinity in Ulysses.

     Karen Lawrence

Dealing in Shame: Gender in Joyce’s “Circe”

     Sheldon Brivic

The Haunted Inkbottle: Shem’s Shit-Script and Anal Eroticism in Finnegans Wake

     Michael Heumann

Postcolonial Masculinity and Gender Trauma

     Christine van Boheemen-Saaf

Contributors

Michael Patrick Gillespie, ed. / James Joyce and the Fabrication of an Irish Identity: European Joyce Studies 11 (2001)

JJBN: GILLESPIE-2001: Gillespie, Michael Patrick, ed. James Joyce and the Fabrication of an Irish Identity: European Joyce Studies 11. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2001. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 2 December 2014)

 

CONTENTS


Bibliographical Note

 

James Joyce and the Fabrication of an Irish Identity: An Introduction

Michael Patrick Gillespie

“Terrible Queer Creatures”: Joyce, Cosmopolitanism, and the Inauthentic Irishman

Vincent J. Cheng

Holding on to the Here and the Now: Juxtaposition and Identity in Modernity and in Joyce

Garry Leonard 

Unmastered Subjects: Identity as Fabrication in Joseph Strick’s A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man and Ulysses

Maria Pramaggiore 

Poetry, Prayer and Identity in Finnegans Wake

Colleen Jaurretche

“A quaking sod : Hybridity, Identity and Wandering Irishness”

John Rickard

Sexual Figures and Historical Repression in “The Dead”

Margot Backus

Vocation, Vacation, Perversion: Stephen Dedalus and Homosexual Panic

Kevin Dettmar

Pig Dialectics: Women’s Bodies as Performed Dialectical Images in the Circe Episode of Ulysses

Joan Jastrebski

Teaching Joyce’s Multiple Identities

Lauren Onkey 

 

Contributors

Frank Startup / James Joyce: A Beginner's Guide (2001)

JJBN: STARTUP-2001: Startup, Frank. James Joyce: A Beginner's Guide. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2001. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 15 October 2011)

 

CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION

How to use this Book

Begin reading the author

How to approach unfamiliar or difficult texts

Using biographical material

Vocabulary

Summary

 

CHAPTER 1: WHY READ JOYCE TODAY?

Too obscure for the ordinary reader?

Importance and influence

Dazzling array of styles

Summary

 

CHAPTER 2: BIOGRAPHY

Decline in family fortunes

Joyce's sexual drive

Death of mother

Nora Barnacle

Life a Struggle

The writing of Ulysses

Declining health

 

CHAPTER 3: HOW TO APPROACH JOYCE'S WORK

Reading Dubliners

Reading Portrait of the Artist

Reading Ulysses

Summary

 

CHAPTER 4: MAJOR WORKS I: DUBLINERS

Background to Dubliners

The theme of paralysis

Organisation of Dubliners

Epiphanies

The author's voice

Irony

'The Dead'

Summary

 

CHAPTER 5: MAJOR WORKS II: A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN

Background to Portrait

Autobiography

Why Stephen Dedalus?

Structure

Stephen and his parents

Stephen and women

Stephen and authority

The author's voice

Summary

 

CHAPTER 6: MAJOR WORKS III: ULYSSES

Background to Ulysses

First reading

Structure: the Homeric parallel

A comic epic

Stephen Dedalus

Leopold Bloom

Contrasting figures

Complementing each other

The episodes of Ulysses

Stream of consciousness

Following threads

For a first reading

Summary

 

CHAPTER 7: CONTEMPORARY CRITICAL APPROACHES

An elaborate joke

Initial reactions to Dubliners and Portrait

Initial reactions to Ulysses

Outrage and insight

Gibert reveals the structure

Budgen's insights into character

Practical and new criticism

Poetry as a means of redemption

Further critical studies

Summary

 

CHAPTER 8: MODERN CRITICAL APPROACHES

Theory

Joyce and feminist criticism

The women in Dubliners

Joyce and psychoanalytical criticism

Analysis of Portrait

Summary

 

CHAPTER 9: WHERE NEXT?

The books

Biography

Criticism

Sources and backgrounds

Other media

Summary

 

GLOSSARY

CHRONOLOGY OF MAJOR WORKS

FURTHER READING

INDEX

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


JAMES JOYCE - A Beginner's Guide introduces you to the life and works of one of the most unique and powerful minds of the twentieth century. Focusing on three major works Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Ulysses, explore the background, themes, images and techniques that unite them.

Frank Startup's lively text offers a guide to:

- plot, setting and character

- approaching the works

- how Joyce's works were viewed then and now

- why you should read Joyce 

辻弘子『『ダブリン市民』と聖書のイメージ』(2001)

JJBN: TSUJI-2001: 辻弘子『『ダブリン市民』と聖書のイメージ』音羽書房鶴見書店、2001年. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 4 February 2015)

 

目次


第一章 「姉妹」         “The Sisters”

第二章 「アラビー」       “Araby”

第三章 「エヴリン」       “Eveline”

第四章 「下宿屋」        “The Boarding House”

第五章 「小さな雲」       “A Little Cloud”

第六章 「土」         “Clay”

第七章 「痛ましい事件」  “A Painful Case” 

第八章 「母親」            “A Mother”

第九章 「死者たち」       “The Dead”

結 び 『ダブリン市民』    Dubliners

あとがき

索 引

Michael Begnal / Joyce and the City (2002)

JJBN: Begnal-2002: Michael Begnal. Ed. Joyce and the City: Significance of Place. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2002. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 13 August 2011) 

 

CONTENTS


Contributors

Abbreviations

Introduction

 

PART ONE  Internal Spaces

1. James Joyce's Four-Gated City of Modernisms

  Heyward Ehrlich

2. Joyce on Location: Place Names in Joyce's Fiction

  Martha Fodaski Black

3. Gender and Interiority

  Catherine Whitley

4. An Uncomfortable Fit: Joyce's Women in Dublin and Trieste

  Deirdre Flynn

5. The Sense of Place in Joyce and Heaney

  Christopher Malone

 

PART TWO  Dear Dirty Dublin

6. Dublin Boy and Man in "The Sisters"

  Stanley Sultan

7. A Pedagogical Note on "The Dead" of Dubliners

  Vivian Valvano Lynch

8. Political Memorials in the City of "The Dead"

  Michael Murphy

9. "The Dead": Joyce's Epitaph for Dublin

  Desmond Harding

 

PART THREE  The Chambers of Words

10. But on the Other Hand

  The Language of Exile and the Exile of Language in Ulysses

  Ignacio López-Vicuña

11. Hosty's Ballad in Finnegans Wake: The Galway Connection

  Michael Begnal

12. Tambour, the "Revolution of the Word," and the Parisian Reception of Finnegans Wake

  Mark Morrisson

13. Eternest cittas, heil!: A Genetic Approach

  Jean-Michel Rabaté

 

Works Cited

Index

Andrew Gibson / Joyce's Revenge: History, Pollitics, and Aesthetics in Ulysses (2002)

JJBN: Gibson-2002: Gibson, Andrew. Joyce's Revenge: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in Ulysses. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 23 July 2013)

 

CONTENTS


Acknowledgments
Contents
Introduction
Chapter One - Patiens Ingemiscit: Stephen Dedalus, Ireland, and History
Chapter Two - Only a Foreigner Would Do: Leopold Bloom, Ireland, and Jews
Chapter Three - Gentle Will is Being Roughly Handled: 'scylla And Charybdis'
Chapter Four - A Look Around: 'Wandering Rocks'
Chapter Five - History, All That: 'sirens', 'Cyclops'
Chapter Six - Waking Up in Ireland: 'Nausicaa'
Chapter Seven - An Irish Bull in an English Chinashop: 'Oxen of the Sun'
Chapter Eight - Strangers in My House, Bad Manners to Them!: 'Circe'
Chapter Nine - Mingle Mangle Or Gallimaufry: 'Eumaeus'
Chapter Ten - An Aberration of The Light of Reason: 'Ithaca'
Chapter Eleven - The End of All Resistance: 'Penelope'
Bibliography

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


The Ireland of Ulysses was still a part of Britain. This book is the first comprehensive, historical study of Joyce's great novel in the context of Anglo-Irish political and cultural relations in the period 1880-1920. The first forty years of Joyce's life also witnessed the emergence of what historians now call English cultural nationalism. This formation was perceptible in a wide range of different discourses. Ulysses engages with many of them. In doing so, it resists, transforms and works to transcend the effects of British rule in Ireland. The novel was written in the years leading up to Irish independence. It is powered by both a will to freedom and a will to justice. But the two do not always coincide, and Joyce does not place his art in the service of any extant political cause. His struggle for independence has its own distinctive mode. The result is a unique work of liberation--and revenge.
This eminently learned but lucidly written book transforms our understanding of Joyce's Ulysses. It does so by placing the novel firmly in the historical context of Anglo-Irish political and cultural relations in the period 1880-1920. Gibson argues that Ulysses is a great work of liberation that also takes a complex form of revenge on the colonizer's culture. 

Tracey Teets Schwarze / Joyce and the Victorians (2002)

JJBN: SCHWARZE-2002: Schwarze, Tracey Teets. Joyce and the Victorians. Ganesville: UP of Florida, 2002. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 24 Feb 2014)

 

CONTENTS


Foreword by Zack Bowen

Acknowledgments

Abbreviations

Introduction: Dilemmas of Discourse

 

“Not a Strong Swimmer”: Submersions pf Dedalus

 1. Colonial Pathology and the Ideology of Irishness in Victorian and Edwardian Dublin

 2. “Religious of Unbelief”: Spiritual Orthodoxies and Romantic Dissent

 

Caught in the Currents: Victorian Manliness, Public Morality, and Leopold Bloom

 3. “Do you call that a man?”: The Discourse of Anxious Masculinity in Ulysses

 4. Urban Spectatorship, Victorian Vice, and the Discourse of Social Reform

 

Fracturing the Discursive Feminine: Joyce and the “Woman Question”

 5. Deconstructing the Discourse of Domesticity

 6. Female Complaints: “Mad” women, Malady, and Resistance in Joyce’s Dublin

 7. New Women, Male Press, and Gender in the Public Eye

 

Afterword: Lost in the Labyrinth 

Notes

Bibliography

Index    

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


"Not since Cheryl Herr's Joyce's Anatomy of Culture has a critic shown such wide ranging command of the contrasting elements of Joyce's cultural context." —Michael Patrick Gillespie, Marquette University 


Joyce and the Victorians excavates the heretofore largely unexplored territory of the late Victorian and Edwardian cultural contexts of Dubliners, Portrait, Ulysses, and Finnegans Wake. Ideologies and icons suffused turn-of-the-century Ireland and, Schwarze argues, Joyce replicated contemporary behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes in his work as carefully as he re-created the pubs and landmarks of his native Dublin. Schwarze also asserts that even as they expose and manifest the social forces at work on the individual, Joyce's short stories and novels also grapple with a fundamental modernist paradox: whether modern consciousness can effectively resist the ideological force of the culture that produces it.

  Examining discourses on "Irishness," spiritualism, middle-class masculinity, social reform, domesticity, hysteria, and the Woman Question, Schwarze argues that Joyce's characters continually reinscribe themselves with prevailing attitudes and influences and are never fully able to overcome the powerful influence of traditional Victorian authorities and ideologies. Instead, Joyce's narratives create only the potential for such supercession. They explore the pervasive influence of ideological structures on subjectivity and illuminate the fissures contained within the social discourse itself. 

  Schwarze does not defend Joyce as the last Victorian; she re-creates the late-Victorian and Edwardian ethos that underlies Joyce's fiction and suggests that Joyce himself, much like his characters, was simultaneously bound by and critical of the ideologies of his age. 

 

Tracy Teets Schwarze is assistant professor of English at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Virginia.

Robert Nicholson / The Ulysses Guide: Tours Through Joyce's Dublin (2002)

JJBN: NICHOLSON-2002: Nicholson, Robert. The Ulysses Guide: Tours Through Joyce's Dublin. Dublin: New Island, 2002.  (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 29 May 2014) 

 

CONTENTS


Acknowledgements

List of Illustrations

Introduction

Ulysses: The Episodes

Tour 1: Telemachus, Nestor

Tour 2: Nausikaa. Proteus, Hades, Wandering Rocks

Tour 3: Calypso, Ithaca, Penelope, Wandering Rocks

Tour 4: Circe, Eumaeus, (Ithaca), Lotuseaters, Wandering Rocks, Oxen of the Sun

Tour 5: Wandering Rocks, Sirens

Tour 6: Aeolus, Laestrygonians, Scylla and Charybdis, Wandering Rocks

Tour 7: Wandering Rocks―The Viceregal Cavalcade

Tour 8: Wandering Rocks, Cyclops

Notes

Appendix I: The Movements of Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus on 16 June 1904

Appendix II: Ulysses: The Corrected Text

Appendix III: Joyce's Schema and the Episode Titles

Bibliography

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


RECREATE THE ORIGINAL BLOOMSDAY

Follow the 18 episodes of Ulysses in thier original locations with this essential companion for Joyce lovers.

 

Retrace the footsteps of Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom on eight tours through the legendary Dublin of Ulysses, with detailed text relating to landmarks, and assorted tales and anecdotes. 

 

Including maps, comprehensive direcitions, summaries of each episode, and photographs throughout, as well as practical information on opening hours and bus routes, this is an invaluable handbook for student and casual reader alike.

 

Helen Sword / Ghostwriting Modernism (2002)

JJBN: SWORD-2002: Sword, Helen. Ghostwriting Modernism. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2002.  (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 29 May 2014) 

 

CONTENTS


                Preface

                INTRODUCTION: GHOSTWRITING 

Chapter 1  NECTOBIBLIOGRAPHY

                Books in the Spirit World

                Ghosts in the Library

Chapter 2  THE UNDEATH OF THE AUTHOR

                 Apophrades

                 Spirit Mediums and Dead White Men

Chapter 3  NECROBARDOLATRY

                 Specters of Shakespeare

                 Joyce, Dowden, and the Father’s Spirit

Chapter 4  METAPHORICAL MEDIUMSHIP

                Low Haunts, High Art

                Doing Eliot in Different Voices

Chapter 5  MODERNIST HAUNTLOGY

                Yeats, Mediums, and the Desolate Places

                H.D.’s Cryptopoetics

Chapter 6  GHOSTWRITING POSTOMODERNISM

                Plath, Merrill, and the Poetics of Ouija

                The Haunting of Ted Hughes

 

                 EPILOGUE: GHOSTWRITING

                 Notes

                 Bibliography

                 Index

David Spurr / Joyce and the Scene of Modernity (2002)

JJBN:SPURR-2002: Spurr, David. Joyce and the Scene of Modernity. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2002. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 17 June 2014) 

 

CONTENTS


Lists of Illustrations

Forewird by Zack Bowen

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations

Introduction: Alterreflects

1. Colonial Spaces in Joyce's Dublin

2. The Comedy of Intolerance in Proust and Joyce

3. Anthropologies of Modernism: Joyce, Eliot, Levy-Bruhl

4. Joyce, Hamlet, Mallartme

5. Scene of Reading

6. Fatal Signatures: Forgery and Colonization in Finnegans Wake

7. Writing in the Wake of Empire

Notes

References

Index 

Margot Norris / Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s Dubliners (2003)

JJBN: NORRIS-2003: Norris, Margot. Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s Dubliners. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 22 September 2012)

 

CONTENTS


   List of Abbreviations
   Introduction

1    The Gnomon of the Book: “The Sisters”
2    A Walk on the Wild(e) Side: “An Encounter”
3    Blind Street and Seeing houses: “Araby”
4    the Perils of “Eveline”
5    Masculinity Games in “After the Race”
6    Gambling with Gambles in “Two Gallants”
7    Narrative Bread Pudding: “The Boarding House”
8    Men Under a Cloud in “A Little Cloud”
9    Farrington, the Scrivener, Revisited: “Counterparts”
10  Narration Under the Blindfold in “Clay”
11  Shocking the Reader in “A Painful Case”
12  Genres in Dispute: “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”
13  Critical Judgment and Gender Prejudice in “A Mother”
14  Setting Critical Accounts Aright in “Grace”
15  The Politics of Gender and Art in “The Dead”
   Notes
   Works Cited
   Index

   Acknowledgments


NOTES


The Decentered Universe of Finnegans Wake: A Structuralist Analysis(1976)の著者マーゴ・ノリスによる包括的な『ダブリナーズ』論。そのタイトルにあるように、「深読み」であるように感じられる箇所がなくはない。しかし注目すべきは、ノリスの「ナイーヴな」読み方である。例えば、「痛ましい事件」を論じる際、ダフィがシニコー夫人の情熱的な振る舞いに驚き拒絶する箇所について、ノリスは“Indeed, it is we as readers who are very much surprised by Mr. Duffy’s surprise” (160)と述べる。確かに言われてみればその通り、という指摘であると同時に、テキストを虚心坦懐に読んでいるノリスの誠実さの現われである。さらに、テキストを丹念に読みつつ、先行研究と自説の接点を詳細に且つ、簡潔にまとめているノリスの手さばきに驚かずにはいられない。近年ノリスは、『ユリシーズ』を先入観や背景知識なしに読むことの意義と、『ユリシーズ』を教えることの意義を考察した“Ulysses for Beginners.”(2004)で着目されている。いずれこちらも『ユリシーズ』を論じる上では「古典」になるだろう。(K)

Jean Kimball / Joyce and the Early Freudians: A Synchronic Dialogue of Texts (2003)

JJBN: KIMBALL-2003: Kimball, Jean. Joyce and the Early Freudians: A Synchronic Dialogue of Texts. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2003. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 28 March 2015)

 

CONTENTS


  List of Figures

  Foreword

  Preface

  List of Abbreviations 

1. Introduction: Growing Up Together

2. Freud's Leonardo: Childhood and Beyond

3. Freud's Hamlet and Stephen's: Play-Within-a-Play

4. Psychoanalytic Contexts for "The Mother"

5. The "Viennese View" Beyond Oedipus: Rank's Incest Motif

6. Ghost Stories in Ulysses: The Psychic Origins of Bloom

7. Freudian Contexts Chez Bloom: From the Journals

8. Oedipus and Ulysses: The Ongoing Dialogue

Notes

Bibliography

Index

米本義孝『言葉の芸術家ジェイムズ・ジョイス『ダブリンの人びと』研究』(2003)

JJBN: YONEMOTO-2003: 米本義孝『言葉の芸術家ジェイムズ・ジョイス 『ダブリンの人びと』研究』 研究社、2003年.  (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 30 July 2011)

 

目次


はしがき
 凡例
 各短編に言及する本書のページ

第Ⅰ部
 第一章 形式が内容を決定する 「対応」を中心にして
 第二章 文体は変化する
 第三章 リアリズム読みは面白い 「小さな雲」を中心にして
 第四章 言葉づかいの諸相
 第五章 『ダブリンの人びと』と音楽 音楽が人物を決定する
 第六章 中継ぎ作品としての「二人の伊達男」と「小さな雲」
 第七章 「死者たち」と〈グッドナイト〉

第Ⅱ部
 第八章 「アラビー」 語り手の問題を中心にして
 第九章 「イーヴリン」
 第十章 「レースのあとで」
 第十一章 「二人の伊達男」 作者の意図と読み手の評価
 第十二章 「下宿屋」
 第十三章 「土」
 第十四章 「痛ましい事故」とその卑俗でない文体
 第十五章 「委員会の蔦の日」とその劇的手法

第Ⅲ部
 第十六章 『ダブリンの人びと』の決定版

 参考文献
 注 
 あとがき


NOTES

Dublinersの翻訳者の一人である米本義孝氏の『ダブリンの人びと』研究である。日本で唯一Dublinersを徹底的に論じた本書は、ジョイスの小説家としての出発点だけでなく、文学研究とは何かということをも明らかにしている。米本氏の読解は、『ダブリンの人びと』の翻訳にも見られるように、リアリズムに特化しすぎているきらいはある。私個人としては、ジョイスは初期から既に作品の中に様々な「象徴」を描き込んでいたように思う。しかし、「精読」を中心に据えて作品の細部を読み込んでゆく米本氏の姿勢は、JoyceというLiterary Giantに接する際の心構えをいつでも私たちに提示してくれていると言えるだろう。また、『ユリシーズ』に初めて触れる人には、小田基編、米本義孝注釈 『読解「ユリシーズ」』(研究社出版、一九九六年〉がおすすめである。(K)

Attridge, Derek, ed. / JAMES JOYCE’S Ulysses: A Casebook (2004)

JJBN: ATTRIDGE-2004: Attridge, Derek, ed. JAMES JOYCE’S Ulysses: A Casebook. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 30 September 2012) 

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction

  DEREK ATTRIDGE
The Arranger
  HUGH KENNER
Book of Many Turns
  FRITZ SENN
Art and Life, Nature and Culture, Ulysses
  CHERYL HERR
The Ghosts of Ulysses
  MAUD ELLMANN
The Female body, Technology, and Memory in “Penelope”
  EWA ZIAREK
Reading Ulysses: Agency, Ideology, and the Novel
  MARK A. WOLLAEGER
Ulysses, Narrative, and History
  EMER NOLAN
The Decomposing Form of Joyce’s Ulysses
  HENRY STATEN
Against Ulysses
  LEO BERSANI
International Error: The Paradox of Editing Joyce’s Ulysses
  VICKI MAHAFFEY
Conversations with Joyce(1934)
  FRANK BUDGEN

 

Appendix
 The Schema of Ulysses
Suggested Reading

 

NOTES


アトリッジ氏編による『ユリシーズ』研究のための入門書である。すべての論考が既に単行本に収録されているものではあるが(例えばケナーのものはJames Joyce's "Ulysses"(1980)に、エルマンのものは"The Language of Joyce"(1992)に収録されている)、アトリッジ氏のイントロは相変わらず鋭く、冴え渡っているし、こうして一覧したときに、現在の研究動向が窺えるのもありがたい。個人的にはモード・エルマンの『ユリシーズ』と亡霊についての論に強く関心を引かれた。フロイトとラカンなどを援用しながらも、理論に偏ることなく、貨幣やモリーの過去の男たちに「亡霊」を読み取ってゆく手さばきはさすがであると思った。近日発売される『亡霊のイギリス文学――豊饒なる空間』(富士川義之・結城英雄編:国文社)にあるように、亡霊のモチーフで文学を読むことは伝統的手法でありながら、まだまだ追究する余地のあるジャンルであろう。(K)

Jean-Michel Rabaté, ed. / Palgrave Advances in James Joyce Studies (2004)

JJBN: RABATE-2004: Rabaté, Jean-Michel, ed. Palgrave Advances in James Joyce Studies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 21 June 2014).

 

CONTENTS


notes on contributors

chronology

list of abbreviations

 

introduction: the whole of joyce

     jean-michel rabaté

1. joyce's modernisms

     ronald bush

2. james joyce and popular culture

     garry leonard

3. topics and geographies

     eric bulson

4. joyce’s politics: race, nation, and transnationalism

     joseph valente

5. joyce, genre and the authority of form

     marian eide

6. joyce and gender

     vicki mahaffey

7. joyce, language and languages

     laurent milesi

8. joyce and science

     sam slote

9. dialogical and intertextual joyce

     r. brandon kershner

10. joyce, history and the philosophy of history

     margot norris

11. genetic joyce: textual studies and the reader

     michael groden

12. classics of joyce criticism

     jean-michel rabaté 

 

selected bibliography

index

 
ABOUT THE BOOK

Palgrave Advances in James Joyce Studies, edited by Jean-Michel Rabaté, is a comprehensive guide to new critical approaches to James Joyce studies. The concept of this collection of essays written by renowned Joyce specialists is threefold: each contribution deals with an exciting theme and develops and original problematic; each theme is chosen so as to deal with the entire spectrum of Joyce's works; and each essay contains an update on recent scholarship. The aim is to help students read all the works and write competently about them. Joyce's oeuvre can be grasped as a whole, from the easier short stories to the opaque pages of Finnegans Wake. Joyce's books form an organic corpus, from early unpublished texts to the later experiments. This book situates Joyce in his times, from the neo-Thomism that dominated Catholic institutions in Ireland to an international modernism looking toward the future of a unified Europe, and also in a posterity marked by globalization and cosmopolitanism that has chosen him as the most important writer of the twentieth-century.
 
 
'This volume will be a distinctive presence among the hundreds of books on Joyce, opening up new ways of thinking about Joyce's work and career and offering valuable insights into the state of Joyce criticism at the start of the twenty-first century. By treating Joyce's oeuvre as a whole, rather than devoting separate chapters to each of the major works, the contributors - an admirable mix of established critics and new voices - are able to span a number of important topics that pertain to the whole range of his writing.'  - Professor Derek Attridge, Department of English, University of York

Roger Norburn /A James Joyce Chronology (2004)

JJBN: NORBURN-2004: Norburn, Roger. A James Joyce Chronology. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.(Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 15 May 2015)

 

CONTENTS

 

General Editor’s Preface
Introduction and Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
Chronology
Monetary Equivalents
The Structure of ‘Dubliners’ and Other Order of the Stories
‘Ulysses’: the Homeric Names and Order of the Episodes
A Who’s Who in the Joyce Chronology
Bibliography
Index of Works by James Joyce
General Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


Joyce's life and writings continue to attract huge interest and controversy. For much of his life, he had to struggle against poverty, ill health (enduring many operations on his eyes) and problems associated with the publishing of his books or extracts from them. This chronology travels from his early years in Dublin (from which he permanently exiled himself in 1912) to his years on the continent, principally Trieste, Zurich (where he died in 1941) and Paris, and deals not only with his four major prose works, but also his poetry, one extant play, his journalism, lecturers and articles. It draws upon many sources including the latest research, includes helpful sections on people of importance in Joyce's life and is fully indexed. This is an invaluable reference tool for students, scholars and all those interested in this key twentieth-century writer.

 

Roger Norburn is a retired WEA Tutor/ Organizer. He led groups of adult students to the Ireland of W. B. Yeats and the Dublin of James Joyce, and tutored weekend schools on Joyce.

結城英雄 『ジョイスを読む―二十世紀最大の言葉の魔術師』(2004)

JJBN: YUKI-2004: 結城英雄『ジョイスを読む ――二十世紀最大の言葉の魔術師』集英社新書、2004年. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 30 May 2011)

 

 

目次


はじめに

 

第一章・・・・・・ ジョイスの生涯
  (一)ダブリンの時代(一八八二-一九〇二)
   少年時代/時代背景/思春期/ダブリンの市民/

   大学時代/アイルランド文芸復興運動
  (二)ダブリン脱出(一九〇二-一九〇四)
   パリでの修業/転機の一九〇四年
  (三)『ダブリンの市民』と『若い芸術家の肖像』の時代(一九〇四-一九一四)
   トリエステ/創作
  (四)『ユリシーズ』の時代(一九一四-一九二二)
   チューリヒ/パリ/出版/猥褻
  (五)『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』の時代(一九二二-一九三九)
   着想
  (六)晩年(一九三九-一九四一)と死後
   晩年/死後

 

第二章・・・・・・ 作品解説
  (一)『ダブリンの市民』
   物語/

   物語のパターン――「イーヴリン」と「すこしの雲」/

   宗教の支配――「姉妹」/

   植民地支配――「二人の伊達男」と「対応」/

   文芸復興運動――「蔦の日の委員会室」と「母」/

   ジョイスの意図/断片と空白/

   「死者たち」をめぐって/短編小説の系譜
  (二)『若い芸術家の肖像』
   物語/神話との対応/三つの網/亡命の陥穽/

   民族の良心の想像と性の解放/実験的な手法
  (三)『ユリシーズ』
   物語/スティーヴン・ディーダラスと二人の主人/

   レオポルド・ブルームとユダヤ人問題/

   モリーと不義/『オデュッセイア』との対応/

   内的独白(意識の流れ)の手法/

   『ダロウェイ夫人』との比較/文体の実験/

   ジャンルの問題/『ユリシーズ』とダブリン
  (四)『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』
   主題/物語/言語革命/構成原理/夢の世界/

   挿話/言葉遊び/性と政治

 

第三章・・・・・・ ジョイスの文学的評価
  (一)ジョイスに対する初期の反応
   イギリスの差別/アイルランドの拒絶/

   国際的な作家/ジョイスの時代
  (二)猥褻裁判
   検閲と猥褻性/

   猥褻裁判(一)――一九二一年/

   猥褻裁判(二)――一九三三年/

   猥褻裁判の行方
  (三)名声の確立
   ジョイス産業/国際学会/

   〈ブルームズデイ〉百年祭

 

おわりに

 

年譜
主要参考文献
人名リスト

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


現代文学の最高峰ジェイムズ・ジョイス。難解というイメージを覆す「楽しむ」入門書


二十世紀西欧を代表するアイルランドの作家ジェイムズ・ジョイスは、現代文学の前衛として、新しい文体を創り出し、小説形式の革新を図って表現の可能性を追求した。ジョイス以後の作家はみな彼の影響を受けていると言ってもいいだろう。貧困、重い眼病と深酒、娘の狂気などに苦しみながら、大陸を放浪しつつも常にダブリンを舞台に、精力的に小説を書き続けた。そこに描かれた宗教、植民地支配、民族主義、ユダヤ人問題、文芸、愛と性などは、なお今日の問題として重要である。本書では、ジョイスの生涯と主要四作品、猥褻裁判を含めた文学的評価を簡潔に紹介し解説する。「難解」といったイメージを覆す、なにより「ジョイスを楽しむ」入門書。

 

結城 英雄(ゆうき ひでお)一九四八年、群馬県生まれ。東京大学大学院修士課程修了。法政大学文学部 教授。英文学者。日本ジェイムズ・ジョイス協会常任委員。ジョイスを知ることで味わう喜びを一人でも多く共有してほしいと精力的に活動し、『ジェイムズ・ジョイス事典』(共訳、松柏社)やジョイス『ダブリンの市民』(岩波文庫)の翻訳、『アルビオンの彼方で』(共著、研究社出版)『「ユリシーズ」の謎を歩く』(サントリー学芸賞受賞、集英社)などの著作がある。


NOTES


ジョイスについて知りたければ、まずこの本。「楽しむ」入門書、という表現はまさに適切だと思われる。本書以前にジョイスの「全体像」を明らかにしている本は日本において存在していなかった。その意味でも結城氏が日本のジョイス研究に与えた功績は大きい。ジョイスの実人生を概観し、さらに、主要作品4つのあらすじを見ることができる。とりわけ、『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』のあらすじは、言語の深い深い森であるFWの導入としては最適である。同著者の『「ユリシーズ」の謎を解く』(集英社、一九九九年〉もまた、優れた入門書である。(K)

浅井学『ジョイスのからくり細工『ユリシーズ』と『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』の研究』(2004)

JJBN: ASAI-2004: 浅井学 『ジョイスのからくり細工 『ユリシーズ』と『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』の研究』 あぽろん社、2004年. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 31 July 2012)

 

目  次


はじめに

 

Ⅰ 風呂に浸かるブルーム
Ⅱ 寝取られ亭主のおなら
Ⅲ 理髪師と「市民」
Ⅳ ブルームの王様遊び
Ⅴ 『ユリシーズ』における牛の病
Ⅵ 寝取られ亭主の強弓
Ⅶ ジョイスと原子核破壊実験

 

あとがき


NOTES 


本書は、『ユリシーズ』と『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』という壮大な「テキストの仕掛け」=「からくり」を鮮やかに読み解いてゆく。例えば、1章ではブルームをflow-erとして読むことの意義が、5章ではジョイスの歴史意識が口蹄疫/失言病として現れていることが論じられている。注では、筆者が先行研究や草稿を実に丁寧に調べ上げていることが伝わってくるが、こちらはむしろわたしたち研究者への目配せという感じで、本書の最も優れた点は、その語りがテキストの「からくり」を解くために、論点を絞ってゆく際の手さばきではないだろうか。これによって、本書は文学好きの一般読書であっても楽しんで読むことのできる「親切心」に溢れたものとなっている。

もちろん、研究者にとって必須の書であるし(本書第1章は『ユリシーズ』第5挿話、第2章は第11挿話、第3章は第12挿話、第4章は第15挿話、第5章は第2&16挿話、第6章は第17挿話を主として論じている)、論点をフォーカスするのが苦手な若き研究者(私のことです)にとっても大いに参考になるはずだ。(K) 

米本義孝編注 / 『読解「ユリシーズ」(下)』 (2004)

JJBN: YONEMOTO-2004: 米本義孝編注 『読解「ユリシーズ」(下)』 研究社、2004年. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 5 November 2011)

 

目次


はしがき
地  図

序 章 本書への手引き
   1 作品と作者
   2 『ユリシーズ』について
   3 文体と意識の流れ
   4 主要な人物
   5 本書の利用法と凡例
   6 辞書類とその略語
第1章 うら若き乙女と中年男の出会い――第13挿話より
   1 夢見る乙女
   2 ある出会い
   3 ふたりの世界
   4 浜辺でまどろむブルーム
第2章 幻想の世界――第15挿話より
   1 身内の幻影
   2 奇想天外な主人公の半生
第3章 帰宅と睡眠――第17挿話より
   1 帰宅
   2 睡眠直前
第4章 句読点のない平易な文体――第18挿話より
参考文献

 

NOTES


テキストに註をつけてゆくこと――それが外国語文学研究の根底にあるものであるとすれば、本書はなくなりつつあるその伝統を踏襲している。『ユリシーズ』のある部分を取り出し、丁寧な註をつけてゆくという地道な作業を、上巻に続き米本氏は丁寧に行っている。 学部の卒業論文で『ユリシーズ』を扱う人には、是非一度手にとっていただきたい本である。(K) 

Margot Norris / Ulysses for Beginners (2004)

JJBN: NORRIS-2004

Margot Norris. “Ulysses for Beginners.” Joyce Studies 2004 Series No.14. Dublin: The National Library of Ireland, 2004. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 14 Oct 2014)

 

CONTENTS

I. Intoroduction

II. Ulysses at the Mivies

III. The Novice Reader of Ulysses

IV. The Hypothetical Virgin Reader

 

Vincent Sherry / Joyce: Ulysses (2004)

JJBN: SHERRY-2004: Sherry, Vincent. Joyce: Ulysses. 2nd Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 16 October 2011)

 

CONTENTS 


   Preface
   Note to the second edition
   Abbreviations
   Chronology

 

1  Introduction
   1 Landmark: the ruined monument
   2 Ireland and Europe: from the 1890s to the 1920s
   3 Novel voices


2  Epic subjects
   4 Telemachia
   5 The odyssey
   6 Nostos
   7 “Wandering Rocks” and the art of gratuity

 

3  Lapsarian languages
   8 Stephen Zero
   9 Word incarnate, word carnival
  10 Graphic lies

   P(ost) S(criptum) U(lysses)

 

   Appendix: the schema
   Further reading

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


Joyce Ulysses
In this engaging introduction, Vincent Sherry combines a close reading of Ulysses with new critical arguments. Besides providing a useful guide to the episodic sequence of Joyce’s novel, he freshly addresses the major issues in Ulysses criticism. He shows hoe Joyce’s modernist epic remodels Homer’s Odyssey, and he examines and explains Joyce’s extraordinary verbal experiments, reading anew the most challenging language of the text. He also reclaims the landmark status of Joyce’s monumental novel, situating it in the relevant contexts of literary tradition and political history. this book is essential reading for all students of Joyce, whether they are approaching Ulysses for the first time or returning to the text.

 

・This second edition of this widely used volume, is now available to a new generation of students
・Takes into account historical contexts to shed light on the text
・Includes fully updated guide to further reading
・Provides Joyce’s linguistic richness with clear, concise interpretations 

Luke Thurston / James Joyce and the Problem of Psychoanalysis (2004)

JJBN: THURSTON-2004: Thurston, Luke. James Joyce and the Problem of Psychoanalysis. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 27 November 2011)


CONTENTS


Acknowledgements
A note on texts and translations
List of abbreviations

 

  Prologue: Groundhog Day
PART I  ON TRADUCTION
1  An encounter
2  Freud’s Mousetrap
3  The pleasures of mistranslation

 

PART II  UNSPEAKABLE JOYCE
4  How am I to sign myself?
5  Egomen and women
6  God’s real name
 Conclusion: mememormee

 

Notes
Bibliography
Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Paperback Re-issue
From its very beginning, psychoanalysis sought to incorporate the aesthetic into its domain, translating it as vagrant symptom or sublimated desire. Despite Joyce’s deliberate attempt in his writing to resist this powerful hermeneutic, his work has been confronted by a long translation of psychoanalytic readings. Luke Thurston argues that this very antagonism holds the key to how psychoanalytic thinking can still open up new avenues in Joycean criticism and literary theory. In particular, Thurston shows that Jacques Lacan’e encounter with Joyce forms part of an effort to think beyond the ‘application’ of theory: instead of merely diagnosing Joyce’s writing or claiming to have deciphered its riddles, Lacan seeks to understand how it can entail an unreadable signature, a unique act of social transgression that defies translation into discourse. Thurston imaginatively builds on Lacan’s notion of Joyce’s irreducible literary act to illuminate Joyce’s place in a wide-ranging literary genealogy that includes Shakespeare, Hogg, Stevenson and Wilde. This study should be essential reading for all students of Joyce, literary theory and psychoanalysis.    

Rainer Emig, ed / Ulysses: James Joyce (New Casebooks) (2004)

JJBN: EMIG-2004: Emig, Rainer, ed. Ulysses: James Joyce (New Casebooks). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 27 November 2011)

 

CONTENTS


Acknowledgements
General Editors' Preface
Introduction: Ulysses' Small Universes: RAINER EMIG

 

1. James Joyce: The Limits of Modernism and the Realms of the Literary Text
    RICHARD LEHAN
2. 'Proteus' and Prose: Paternity or Workmanship?
    MICHEL MURPHY
3. The Disappointed Bridge: Textual Hauntings in Joyce’s Ulysses
    JEFFREY A. WEINSTOCK
4. Nobody at Home: Bloom’s Outlandish Retreat in the 'Cyclops' Episode of Ulysses
    ADAM WOODRUFF
5. 'The void awaits surely all them that weave the wind': 'Penelope' and 'Sirens' in Ulysses
    MICHEL STAINER
6. Wasted Words: The Body Language of Joyce's 'Nausicaa'
    CLARA D. McLEAN
7. Cribs in the Countinghouse: Plagiarism, Proliferation, and Labour in 'Oxen of the Sun'
    MARK OSTEEN
8. 'Circe': Joyce's Argumentum ad Feminam
    EWA PLONOWSKA ZIAREK
9. 'Circe' and the Uncanny, or Joyce from Freud to Marx
    MICHAEL BRUCE McDONALD
10. Molly Alone: Questioning Community and Closure in the 'Nostos'
    ENDA DUFFY
Further Reading
Notes on Contributors
Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


This collection of critical essays on James Joyce's modernist masterpiece presents an overview of the most recent critical positions and introduces a number of new voices to the lively area of Joyce scholarship. Together, the essays comprehensively address the entire text of Ulysses from the stances of structuralism and poststructuralism, Marxism, psychoanalysis, gender and postcolonial studies, and present many views that challenge established thinking on Joyce and modernist literature. Framed by an introduction that assesses particularity and universal schemes in Joyce's novel, this essential volume will provide stimulating critical support for students and teachers alike. 

Oona Frawley, ed. / A New & Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s Dubliners (2004)

JJBN: FRAWLEY-2004 : Frawley, Oona, ed. A New & Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s Dubliners. Dublin: Lilliput, 2004. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 28 June 2014)

 

CONTENTS


NOTE ON THE TEXT

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

CONTRIBUTORS

INTRODUCTION: Platitudes, Truisms, and Joyce, the Man with the New Guitar

 

RECONTEXTUALIZING DUBLINERS

1.   T. P. DOLAN  Is the Best English Spoken in Lower Drumcondra?

2.   JOSEPH BRADY  Dublin at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century

3.   MICHAEL HOLMES and ALAN ROUGHLEY  From Dubliners to Europeans? Political Change and Political Paralysis

4.   SUSAN BAZARGAN  Epiphany as Scene of Performance

5.   SENATOR DAVID NORRIS  The Humours of Dublin – Comedy in the Stories of James Joyce

6.   CHRISTINE O’NEILL  Entitled to Translate

 

RECONSIDERATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL STORIES

7.   WANDA BALZANO  ‘Eveline’, or the Veils of Cleaning

8.   PAUL DEVINE  Fact or Fiction: Material Evidence in Dubliners

9.   FRITZ SENN  Clouded Friendship: A Note on ‘A Little Cloud’

10.  PATRICK BIXBY  Perversion and the Press: Victorian Self-Fashioning in ‘A Painful Case’

11.  GREG C. WINSTON  Militarism and ‘The Dead’

 

THEMATIC EXAMINATIONS

12.  JAMES PRIBEK, SJ  Dubliners’ Priests

13.  PETER VAN DE KAMP  Whodunnit?

14.  KEITH WILLIAMS  Short Cuts of the Hibernian Metropolis: Cinematic Strategies in Dubliners

15.  R. BRANDON KERSHNER  Family Resemblances in Dubliners

16.  NEIL MURPHY  James Joyce’s Dubliners and Modernist Doubt: The Making of a Tradition

17.  SPURGEON THOMPSON  Recovering Dubliners from Postcolonial Theory

18.  RUTH FREHNER  Textile Dubliners

19.  EUGENE O’BRIEN  ‘You can never know women’: Framing Female Identity in Dubliners

 

ENDPIECE

20.  JOHN MCCOURT  The News From Home

 

NOTES   

Lernout, Geert and Wim Van Mielro, eds. / The Reception of James Joyce in Europe (2004)

▼JJBN: LERNOUT&MIELRO-2004: Lernout, Geert and Wim Van Mielro, eds.The Reception of James Joyce in Europe. 2 Vols. London and New York: Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 4 December 2011)


CONTENTS


Series Editor's Preface; Elinor Shaffer

Acknowledgements

List of Contributors

Abbreviations

Timeline: The European Reception of James Joyce; Wim Van Mielro

 

Volume I: Germany, Northern and East Central Europe

Introduction; Geert Lernout

1.  James Joyce in German-speaking Countries: The Early Reception, 1919-1945; Robert Weninger

2.  The Institutionalization of Joyce: James Joyce in (West) Germany, Austria and Switzerland, 1945 to the Present; Robert Weninger, 

3.  The Disintegration of Stalinist Cultural Dogmatism: James Joyce in East Germany, 1945 to the Present; Wolfgang Wicht

4.  Late Arrivals: James Joyce in Iceland; Astradur Eysteinsson

5.  The Reception of James Joyce in Norway; Bjorn Tysdahl

6.  The Reception of James Joyce in Denmark; Jacob Greve and Steen Klitgard Povlsen

7.  Blooms in the North: The Translations of Ulysses in Finland and Sweden; H.K. Riikonen

8.  Diluted Joyce: Good Old Hollands and Water; Onno Kosters and Ron Hoffman

9.  An Excessive, Catholic Heretic from a Nation in Danger: James Joyce in Flemish Literature; Geert Buelens

10.  The Reception of James Joyce in Slovenia; Ales Pogacnik and Tomo Virk

11.  The Reception of James Joyce in Croatia; Sonja Basic

12.  The Czech and Slovak Reception of James Joyce; Bohuslav Manek

13.  'Le sens du pousser':  On the Spiral of Joyce's Reception in Romania; Adrian Otoiu

14.  Inter-war Romania: Misinterpreting Joyce and Beyond; Arleen Ionescu; 

15.  The Reception of James Joyce in Poland; Jolanta Wawrzycka

16.  The Impact of Joyce's 'Ulysses' on Polish Literature Between the Wars; Thomas Anessi; 

17.  The Reception of James Joyce in Bulgaria; Kalina Filipova

18.  The Reception of James Joyce in the Soviet Union; Emily Tall

Bibliography

Index


Volume II: Italy, France and Mediterranean Europe

Contents

List of Abbreviations

19.  Joyce Reception in Trieste: The Shade of Joyce; Eric Bulson

20.  The Triestine Joyce; John McCourt

21.  James Joyce among the Italian Writers; Serenella Zanotti

22.  'Apres mot, le deluge' 1: Critical Response to Joyce in France; Sam Slote

23.  'Apres mot, le deluge' 2:  Literary and Theoretical Responses to Joyce in France; Sam Slote

24.  French Joyce: Portrait an of Oeuvre; Patrick O'Neill

25.  A Survey of the Spanish Critical Responses to James Joyce; Alberto Lazaro

26.  Joycean Aesthetics in Spanish Literature; Marisol Morales Ladron

27.  The Reception of James Joyce in Catalonia; Teresa Iribarren

28.  Hellenize it: James Joyce in Greece; Miltos Pechlivanos and Jina Politi

29.  James Joyce's Influence on Writers in Irish; Frank Sewell, University of Ulster

Bibliography

Index

 

ABOUT THE  BOOK


The intellectual scope and cultural impact of British writers cannot be assessed without reference to their 'European fortune'. This collection of 29 essays, prepared by an international team of scholars, critics and translators, records the ways in which James Joyce's work has been received, translated and published in different areas of Europe. Joyce is now widely considered one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century. The impact of his work has been significant not only in the English-speaking world, but also in many European literatures. The essay in Volume One of this collection explores the reception of Joyce in Germany, Russia, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Volume Two explores the reception of Joyce in Italy, France, Spain, Greece and Ireland. 

Paul Strathern / James Joyce in 90 Minutes (2005)

JJBN: STRATHERN-2005: Strathern, Paul. James Joyce in 90 Minutes. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2005. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 4 December 2011)

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction
James Joyce’s Life and Works
Afterword
From James Joyce’s Writings
James Joyce’s Chief Works
Chronology of James Joyce’s Life and Times
Recommended Reading
Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

Joyce’s transcendental work of modernism, Ulysses, smashed the realistic conventions of the nature bourgeois novel into a flood of styles. Here was an entirely new realism that built upon Freud’s psychology, Picasso’s art, Einstein’s physics, Stravinsky’s music, Wittgenstein’s philosophy—all reflecting the entirely new ways in which humanity was coming to regard itself and the world around it. Joyce’s “stream of consciousness” provoked outrage, but it was the art of the future. The twentieth century had found its voice.

 

In James Joyce in 90 minutes, Paul Strathern offers a concise, expert account of Joyce’s life and ideas, and explains their influence on literature and on man’s struggle to understand his place in the world. The book also includes selections from Joyce’s writings; a list of his chief works; a chronology of Joyce’s life and times; and recommended reading for those who wish to push further.

 

NOTES


「90分でわかる」シリーズの作者、ポール・ストラザーンによるジョイスの「超」入門書。(私は同シリーズを翻訳されているものはほとんどすべて読んだが、特にサルトルとアインシュタインがおすすめである)学術向きではないが、作家の生涯と作品を手っ取り早く知るには(英語で書かれた中では)間違いなく最も手軽な本である。ストラザーンは、ジョイス作品の中から引用を交えつつ、ユーモアたっぷりにその人生と作品を解説する(自伝的要素はエルマンに依拠している)。ヘインズをアングロ・アイリッシュと書いてあったり(62)、ジョイスをどの程度まで読み込んでいるかには大いに疑問があるのだが、彼の語り口の手際の良さにすらすらと読めてしまうこと請け合いである。(K)

Andrew Gibson and Len Platt, eds. / Joyce, Ireland, Britain (2006)

JJBN: GIBSON&PLATT-2006: Gibson, Andrew and Len Platt, eds. Joyce, Ireland, Britain. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2006.  (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 22 February 2014)

 

CONTENTS


Foreword by Sebatian D. G. Knowles

List of Abbreviations

Introduction

  ANDREW GIBSON AND LEN PLATT

 

I. Joyce and English Culture

 1. Joyce’s Englishman: “That Het’rogeneous Thing” from Stephen’s Blake and Dowland to Defoe’s “True-Born Englishman”

  RICHARD BROWN

 2. “My Native Land, Goodnight”: Joyce and Byron

  STEVEN MORRISON

 3. English Vice and Irish Vigilance: The Nationality of Obscenity in Ulysses

  KATHRINE MULLIN

 

II. British-Irish Politics

 4. “That Stubborn Irish Thing”: A Portrait of the Artist in History: Chapter 1

  ANDREW GIBSON

 5. Parnellism and the Politics of Memory: Revisiting “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”

  ANN FOGARTY

 6. Joyce, the Library Episode, and the Institutions of Revivalism

  CLARE HUTTON

 7. Irish Audiences and English Readers: The Cultural Politics of Shane Leslie’s Ulysses Reviews 

  JOHN NASH

 

III. Joyce, the Local, and the Global

 8. “No Such Race”: The Wake and Aryanism

  LEN PLATT

 9. The Greater Ireland Beyond the Sea: James Joyce, Exile, and Irish Emigration

  WIM VAN MIERLO

10. The Universalization of Finnegans Wake and the Real HCE

  FINN FORDHAM

11. Nation without Borders: Joyce, Cosmopolitanism, and the inauthentic Irishman

  VINCENT J. CHENG

 

List of Contributors

Index 

Andrew Thacker, ed. / New Casebooks JAMES JOYCE: Dubliners (2006)

JJBN: THACKER-2006: Thacker, Andrew, ed. New Casebooks JAMES JOYCE: Dubliners. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.  (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 29 May 2014)

 

CONTENTS


Acknowledgements

General Editors’ Preface

Introduction: ANDREW THACKER

 

 1.  A Beginning: Signification, Story, and Discourse in Joyce’s ‘The Sisters’

      THOMAS F. STANLEY

 2.  Silences in Dubliners

      JEAN-MICHEL RABATÉ

 3.  Through a Cracked Looking-Glass: Desire and Frustration in Dubliners

      SUZETTE A. HENKE

 4.  Narration Under a Blindfold: Reading Joyce’s ‘Clay’

      MARGOT NORRIS

 5.  No Cheer for the ‘Gratefully Oppressed’: Ideology in Joyce’s Dubliners

      TREVOR L. WILLIAMS 

6.  ‘An Encounter’ Boys’ Magazine and the Pseudo-Literary

      R. B. KERSHENER

7.  Uncanny Returns in ‘The Dead’

      ROBERT SPOO

8.  ‘Araby’: The Exoticised and Orientalised Other

      VINCENT J. CHENG

9.  The Dubliners Epiphany: (Mis)Reading the Book of Ourselves

      KEVIN J. H. DETTMAR

10.  ‘Have you no homes to go to?’: James Joyce and the Politics of Paralysis

      LUKE GIBBONS

 

Further Reading

Notes on Contributors

Index  

Gregory Castle / Reading the Modernist Bildungsroman (2006)

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CONTENTS


Acknowledgments

Introduction: The Pathways to Inner Culture

 

1.  Modernity, Modernism, and the Idea of Buildung

    Modernity and the rise of Bildung

    The Production of the Subject

    The Dialects of Modernism

2.  Pedagogy and Power in the Modernist Bildungsroman: Hardy and Lawrence

    Wished Out of the World: Hardy’s Jude the Obscure

    Realizing the Self: Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers

3.  Bildung and the “Bonds of Dominion”: Wilde and Joyce

    Aesthetics and “Self-Culture” in Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray

    Colonial Bildung in Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

4.  Bildung for Women: Joyce and Woolf

    “Buildung supra Buildung”: The Subject of Empire in Joyce’s “Nausicaa”

    “What a lark! What a plunge!”: Woolf’s Critique of Bildung

 

Conclusion: The Jenus Face of Modernism

Notes

Works Cited

Index

James Joyce's Dublin: the Ulysses Tour (2007)

JJBN: ARTSMAGIC-2007: James Joyce's Dublin: the Ulysses Tour. Artsmagic, 2007. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 10 March 2015) 

 

ABOUT THE DVD


First published in 1922, 'Ulysses' was the peace of work that made the name of its author, James Joyce. Its publication was seen to expand the domain of permissible subjects in fiction.

 

a remarkable ambitious novel, a labyrinthine work of great humor and technical accomplishment, it once was denounced as obscene, occasionally was accused of being unreadable and is now generally acclaimed as being the greatest book of the 20th Century.

 

Although he spent most of his adult life outside of Ireland, Joyce's fictional universe was firmly rooted in Dublin, providing him with both setting and subject matte.

 

In 'James Joyce's Dublin: The Ulysses Tour,' Robert Nicholson, curator of the James Joyce Museum, Sandycove, conducts us through Joyce's world, with great enthusiasm and an irreverent sensibility that Joyce would surely have relished. whilst allowing himself a couple of very Irish digs at the great man, he shares his administration for the writer with us, together with his love of the novel and the city that gave birth to it, in a manner that is entirely captivating. 

Derek Attridge / How to Read Joyce (2007)

JJBN: ATTRIDGE-2007: Attridge, Derek. How to Read Joyce. London: Granta Books, 2007. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 10 October 2011)

 

CONTENTS


Series Editor’s Foreword
A Note on Joyce’s Texts
Introduction

 

 1  Dubliners: A Style of Scrupulous Meaness
 2  A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man I: The Child
 3  A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man II: The Artist
 4  Ulysses I: Stephen Dedalus
 5  Ulysses II: Leopold Bloom
 6  Ulysses III: Musical Words
 7  Ulysses IV: The Play’s the Thing 
 8  Ulysses V: Molly Bloom at Home
 9  Finnegans Wake I: The Parents
10  Finnegans Wake II: The Children
  
    Notes
    Chronology
    Suggestions for Further Reading
    Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


‘Bethicket me for a stump of beech if I have the poultriest notions what the farest he all means’
FINNEGANS WAKE, James Joyce

 

James Joyce is known most widely as a difficult writer, even if he is no longer condemned as an obscene one. Yet many readers – and not just in colleges and universities – have discovered his books to be funny, moving, illuminating, and packed with memorable moments.

 

There are some simple ways to overcome the initial intimidation that Joyce’s style can cause. In this book, Derek Attridge shows how even the shortest passage of Joyce’s writing can yield its humour and insights without the need for immense learning or lengthy training. Moving through all of Joyce’s major books, from the deceptive clarity of Dubliners to the apparent craziness of Finnegans Wake, he demonstrates that they are all, in their different ways, a pleasure to read – even if we have to make some adjustments to our understanding of what ‘reading’ is. 

Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, eds. / How Joyce Wrote Finnegans Wake: A Chapter-by-chapter Genetic Guide (2007)

JJBN: CRISPI&SLOTE-2007: Crispi, Luca and Sam Slote, eds. How Joyce Wrote Finnegans Wake: A Chapter-by-chapter Genetic Guide. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 2007. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 9 January 2015)

 

CONTENTS


Preface

     MICHAEL GRODEN

Acknowledgments

Editions and Abbreviations

Sigla


Introduction

     LUCA CRISPI, SAM SLOTE, AND DIRK VAN HULLE

The Beginning: Chapter I.1

     GEERT LERNOUT

“The March of a Maker”: Chapters I.2-4

     BILL CADBURY

The Letter and the Groaning: Chapter I.5

     MIKIO FUSE

Genetic Primer: Chapter I.6

     R. J. SCHORK

Cain—Ham—(Shem)—Esau—Jim the Penman: Chapter I.7

     INGEBORG LANDUYT

Making Herself Tidal: Chapter I.8

     PATRICK A. MCCARTHY

Blanks for When Words Gone: Chapter II.1

     SAM SLOTE

Storiella as She Was Wryt: Chapter II.2

     LUCA CRISPI

Male Maturity or the Public Rise & Private Decline of HC Earwicker: Chapter II.3

     DAVID HAYMAN

A Chapter in Composition: Chapter II.4

     JED DEPPMAN

Shaun the Post: Chapters III.1-2

     WIM VAN MIERLO

The Fourfold Root of Yawn’s Unreason: Chapter III.3

     JEAN-MICHEL RABATÉ

Wondrous Devices in the Dark: Chapter III.4

     DANIEL FERRER

The Lost Word: Book IV

     DIRK VAN HULLE

The End”; “Zee End”: Chapter I.1

 

     FINN FORDHAM

Appendix 1: Draft Sections and Subsections

Appendix 2: Publication History of Work in Progress/Finnegans Wake

Contributors

 

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


“An important contribution to genetic textual scholarship, the study of the process of a writer’s production. . . . To enable us to grasp [Joyce’s] process in its very becoming, as this book does, is a huge achievement.”  —Terence Killeen, The Irish Times


In this landmark study of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, Luca Crispi and Sam Slote have brought together fourteen other leading Joyce experts to explore the genesis of one of the twentieth century’s most intriguing works of fiction. By investigating a work through its earlier drafts, genetic criticism grounds speculative interpretations in a historical, material context and opens up a broader horizon for critical and textual interpretation.


“The most complete and accurate account to date of the competition of James Joyce’s greatest work.”  —Roland McHugh, author of Annotations to Finnegans Wake


“Insightful and relevant, this volume significantly advances the explorations of earlier studies. It is the first comprehensive genetic discussion of Finnegans Wake chapter by chapter, and anyone seriously interested in Joyce and the Wake will benefit from reading it.”  —A. Nicholas Fargnoli, Molloy College 


“A major step forward in the critical history of the book that is Joyce’s most challenging work and one of the twentieth century’s most significant artistic productions.”  —Derek Attridge, University of York


Luca Crispi is lecturer in Joyce and modernism at the Research Centre for James Joyce Studies, School of English and Drama, University College, Dublin. He has prepared material bibliographies, catalogs, and exhibitions at the University at Buffalo, the National Library of Ireland, and elsewhere. 

Sam Slote is lecturer in James Joyce studies and critical theory at Trinity College, Dublin and is the author of The Silence in Progress of Dante, Mallarmé, and Joyce and the coeditor of Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce and Genitricksling Joyce.

David Pierce / Reading Joyce (2008)

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CONTENTS

List of illustrations

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations

 

 1  Introduction

     Opening remarks・Difficulty and delay・Snapshots of Joyce・Home, sweet home

 2  1904: Joyce’s point of departure

     Colonial contexts・At 22・Stephen Daedalus・Myths and reality・Defiance and displacement

 3  The unfinished sentence of ‘The Sisters’

     Unfinished sentence・Ritual and folklore・Humour

 4  Saying goodbye in ‘Eveline’

     Emigration・The language of ‘Eveline’ 

 5  Blinds and railings in ‘Araby’ and ‘Two Gallant’

     ‘Araby’・‘Two Gallants’

 6  Teaching Dubliners

     Handouts・Student responses・Writing and politics・Series・All the living and the dead

 7  On A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man 

     Title, epigraph, orientation・Once upon a time・The interior space・In the beginning was the word・The subject in language・Joyce among the Jesuits

 8  Approaching Ulysses 

     On reading Ulysses for the first time・Structure・Getting help・Thalatta! Thalatta! – an epiphany・Homer・Boul’ Mich’, Paris・Wild Geese・Anti-clericalism 

 9  Leopold Bloom at home and at work

     7 Eccles Street・Gesabo・A regulated world・The Freeman’s Journal

10 Student responses to Molly Bloom 

     A female gorilla or a slapper?・The German Emperor・A literary bombshell・Breathless・The novel to end all novels 

11 Figuring out Finnegans Wake

     An unknown cargo・Preliminary notes・The Earwickers of Sidlesham・The paradigmatic ear・Closing moments

 

Afterword

Select bibliography

Index 

Cóilín Owens / James Joyce’s Painful Case (2008)

JJBN: OWENS-2008: Owens, Cóilín. James Joyce’s Painful Case. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 21 Sepember 2011)

 

CONTENTS


List of Figures
Foreword
Preface and Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations
1. Introduction: “obvious remarks”
2. The Dublin-Trieste Cradle: Delivery
3. Love, Marriage, and Moral Adjudication: “That high unconsortable one”
4. A Spoiled Priest: Wordsworth’s Presence
5. Richard Wagner and Arthur Schopenhauer
6. Schopenhauer’s Continental Progeny
7. Conclusion: An Occasion of Grace
Notes
Bibliography
Index

 


NOTES


『ダブリナーズ』において、私が一作をあげるとすれば「痛ましい事件」をあげたいと思う。この作品は、ジョイスについて知らない人であっても物語として充分に楽しむことができるように思えるからだ。その意味で「痛ましい事件」は19世紀的な短編小説であり、男女の恋愛というメロドラマ的要素もある。しかしそれはジョイスが望んだ芸術形式ではなかった。ジョイスは芸術のあるべき姿を静的なものであると述べたことがあるが、これが意味するのは、物語性ではなくひとつの場面を登場人物の印象と意識を織り交ぜて描写することに、彼が力点をおいていたということである。Owensは「痛ましい事件」で一冊の本を書き上げた。4章のタイトルでもあるSpoiled Priestとしてダフィを見なすという主張こそ、本作で彼が最も強調する点である(108-43)。さらにこの点をニーチェではなくショーペンハウエルに接続したことに彼のオリジナリティがあると言えよう。いずれにせよ、今後「痛ましい事件」を論じる者にとって必須の文献であることは間違いない。(K)

Josef Akebrand / Analysis of James Joyce's "A Painful Case" (2008)

JJBN: AKEBRAND-2008Akebrand, Josef. Analysis of James Joyce's "A Painful Case." Frankfurt: GRIN Verlag, 2008.

 (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 14 February 2008)

 

Contents

I. Introduction

 

II. Analysis

- Language and Perspective

- Literary Elements

- Setting

- Characters

- Intentions of the Author

- Conclusion

 

III. Literature

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Frankfurt (Main) (Institut für England- und Amerikastudien), course: Einführung in die Literaturwissenschaft, 7 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Though James Joyce's talent for words was not fully appreciated in his day, yet he was known for being a gifted writer with excellent narrative abilities. Literature experts agree that these skills were mainly shaped during the creation of "Dubliners", a volume of more comprehensible short stories published in 1914. The genius of this collection revolving round the ill-fated lower middle class life in early 20th century Dublin is the lively description of the individual characters contained therein. Joyce accomplished these detailed characterizations by mainly using actual friends and acquaintances as well as enemies as models for his characters. In "A Painful Case", the "most sophisticated and complex 'Dubliners' story" (Adam Sexton), it is apparent that James Joyce himself serves as a blueprint for the main character of the story, James Duffy. Accordingly, this written work contends that "A Painful Case" is in reality a glimpse at Joyce's own personal life, and more particularly at the relationship to his future wife Nora Barnacle.

ヒュー・ケナー『機械という名の詩神―メカニック・ミューズ』(2009)

JJBN: KENNER-2009

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

 

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

 

CONTENTS

 

Etaoin Shrdluの思い出に

第1章 エリオットは観察する

第2章 パウンドはタイプを打つ

第3章 ジョイスは書写する

第4章 ベケットは思考する

エピローグ

 

補遺―科学、アクセル、地口

 

解題

索引

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

...時代のテクノロジーの産物である機械が、モダニズム期の文学をつくりだしたおいうのがケナーの主な主張であり、本書では、機械的システムと文学テクスト内に創出される世界とのアナロジーが鮮やかな形で示されている。(解題より)

北村富治『ユリシーズ注解』(2009)

JJBN: KITAMURA-2009: 北村富治『ユリシーズ註解』洋泉社、2009年. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI Dec 30 2009)

 

目次

 

第1挿話 テレマコス

第2挿話 ネストール

第3挿話 プロテウス

第4挿話 カリュプソー

第5挿話 食連人たち

第6挿話 ハーデース

第7挿話 アイオロス

第8挿話 ライトリュゴネス族

第10挿話 さまよう岩々

あとがき

参考文献

道木一弘『物・語りの「ユリシーズ」-ナラトロジカル・アプローチ』(2009)

JJBN: DOKI-2009: 道木一弘『物・語りの「ユリシーズ」-ナラトロジカル・アプローチ』(南雲堂)2009年. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 20 April 2011)

 

目次


序章 物語から物・語りへ
第1章 語りの形式と語り手
第2章 スティーヴン-永遠の「息子」と語りの欠落
第3章 ブルーム-寝取られヒーローと語りの予弁法
第4章 ゴースト・ナレーション-「ハデス」
第5章 「作者の死」と揶揄する語り手-「スキュレとカリュブディス」
第6章 断片化とマイナーキャラクターの声-「さまよえる岩」
第7章 オノマトペと語る「物」たち-「セイレン」
第8章 処女のストッキングとしての語り-「ナウシカア」
第9章 「客観的語り」の主観性について-「イタケ」
第10章 モリー-語りのトリニティー
終章 「物・語り」の世界

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

『ユリシーズ』は物語ではなく「物・語り」である。
通常、「物」は自ら言葉を発することがなく、一方的に「語られる」存在である。
植民地支配によって本来の言葉と文化を奪われた人々、政治的・宗教的迫害によって故郷を追われた人々、父権制社会の下で「声」を失った女性たち、帝国主義戦争で倒れた無名の兵士たち。
彼らは自らについて語ることができない「物」として生きた。
ジョイスが二十歳そこそこで捨てた故郷アイルランドは、そのような人々の声なき声に満ちていたのである。


モダニズムの代表作を精緻に読み解く気鋭の論考。

 

NOTES

 

それまで中立的・客観的な語りと思われてきた文体が、いかにして社会的弱者の声を退けてきたか。ユリシーズは章ごとに文体を変え、語りのしくみそのものに注意を喚起する。そして一見中立にみえる語りの端々に、それまでは「物」として語られるままであった不在者たちの声を響かせ、「語りの暴力」をあばこうとする。不在者の声は彼ら自身の「語り」というにはあまりにもかすかだが、聴こうという想いがあれば必ずや聞こえてくる。ただし、その声を聞き取ることができるのは、私たち読者をおいてほかにいない。その点において、ユリシーズとはまさに、テクストそのものが読者の積極的な介入を誘うように書かれているといえる。

 

本書はユリシーズが促す「読者の介入」の仕方を丹念に手ほどきしてくれる「読み」のガイドでもある。ナラトロジーに依拠しつつも、先行研究への言及を最小限にとどめることで難解な学術書という印象を与えることがないため、ジョイス作品初心者にも読みやすいと感じた。ユリシーズを少しかじってみたものの、そのおもしろさがいまいち掴みきれない、読み手としてどのようにアプローチしてよいかわからない、という方にぜひおすすめしたい。(H)

Sean Sheehan / Joyce’s Ulysses (2009)

JJBN: SHEEHAN-2009: Sheehan, Sean. Joyce’s Ulysses. London: Continuum, 2009. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 10 June 2012)

 

CONTENTS


1. Contexts
2. Language, Style and Form
3. Reading Ulysses
4. Critical Reception and Publishing History
5. Adaptation, Interpretation and Influence
6. Guide to Further Reading
Notes
Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


'In the canon of twentieth-century literature, Joyce’s work is unignorable, but daunting to many. this fresh, lively, lucid introduction to Ulysses is admirably aware of the critical literature, particularly recent postcolonial and historical approaches, and is equipped with a helpful apparatus for beginners.'

(Andrew Gibson, Research Professor of Modern Literature and Theory, Royal Holloway, University of London, and former Segal Professor of Irish Literature at Northwestern University, USA)

 

Ulysses remains less widely read than most texts boasting such a canonical status, largely due to misunderstanding about how to read it, and this guide provides an easy to follow remedy. By showing how Joyce reacted to the historical and cultural context in which he was situated, the radical nature of his use of language is laid bare in a chapter-by-chapter analysis of Ulysses. this approach enables the student reader to read and enjoy the novel’s plurality of styles and to understand the terms of critical debate surrounding the nature and significance of Joyce’s novel.


Sean Sheehan has taught in London and is now a full-time writer. He has written a number of guides, including ones to Gerard Manley Hopkins and Tony Harrison (both Greenwich Exchange).

John McCourt, ed / James Joyce in Context (2009)

JJBN: MCCOURT-2009: McCourt, John, ed. James Joyce in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 4 July 2014)

 

CONTENTS

Notes on contributors

Preface

List of abbreviations

 

PART I  LIFE AND WORKS

 1  Composition and publishing history of the major works: an overview

     Stacey Herbert

 2  Biography

     Finn Fordham

 3  Letters

     William S. Brockman

 

PART II  THEORY AND CRITICAL RECEPTION

 4  Genre, place and value: Joyce's reception, 1904-1941

     John Nash

 5  Post-war Joyce

     Joseph Brooker

 6  Structuralism, deconstruction, post-structuralism

     Sam Slote

 7  Gender and sexuality

     Marian Eide

 8  Psychoanalysis

     Luke Thurston

 9  Post-colonialism

     Gregory Castle

10  Genetic Joyce criticism

     Dirk Van Hulle

11  Translation

     Jolanta Wawrzycka

12  Joyce and world literature

     Eric Bulson

13  Twenty-first-century critical contexts

     Sean Latham

 

PART III  HISTORICAL AND CUTURAL CONTEXTS

14  Being in Joyce's world

     Cheryl Temple Herr

15  Dublin

     L.M. Cullen

16  Nineteenth-century lyric nationalism

     Matthew Campbell

17  The Irish Revival

     Clare Hutton

18  The English literary tradition

     Patrick Parrinder

19  Paris

      Jean-Michel Rabate

20  Trieste

      John McCourt

21  Greek and Roman themes

     Brian Arkins

22  Medicine

     Vike Martina Plock

23  Modernisms

     Michael Levenson

24  Music

     Timothy Martin

25  Irish and European politics: nationalism, socialism, empire

     Brian G. Caraher

26  Newspapers and popular culture

     R. Brandon Kershner

27  Language and languages

     Tim Conley

28  Philosophy

     Fran O'Rourke

29  Religion

     Geert Lernout

30  Science

     Mark S. Morrisson

31  Cinema

     Maria DiBattista

32  Sex 

     Christine Froula

 

Further reading

Index

Alan Warren Friedman and Charles Rossman, eds. / De-familiarizing Readings: Essays from the Austin Joyce Conference (European Joyce Studies 18) (2009)

JJBN: FRIEDMAN&ROSSMAN-2009: Friedman, Alan Warren and Charles Rossman, eds. De-familiarizing Readings: Essays from the Austin Joyce Conference (European Joyce Studies 18). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 15 May 2015)

 

CONTENTS


Bibliographical Note 

Introduction  

     Alan W. Friedman and Charles Rossman

Dubliners:

(De)pressing the Reader: Journalism and Joyce’s “A Painful Case”

     Adam Putz

“Guttapercha Things”: Contraception, Desire, and Miscommunication in “the Dead” 

     Tara Prescott

Joyce in Blackface: Goloshes, Gollywoggs and Christy Minstrels in “The Dead” 

     Susan J. Adams 

A Portrait of the Artist as A Young Man:

Dating Stephen's Diary: When Does A Portrait of the Artist End? 

     David G. Wright

Ulysses:

Is Bella Cohen Jewish? What's in a Name? 

     Austin Briggs 

Stephen Dedalus's Anti-Semitic Ballad: A Sabotaged Climax in Joyce's Ulysses 

     Margot Norris

Finnegans Wake:

The Shakespearean Demiurge in Joyce's Forge 

     Stephen Whittaker

Playing the Square Circle: Musical Form and Polyphony in the Wake 

     Alan Shockley

Notes on Contributors 

 

ABOUT THE BOOK


Unlike many recent Joyce studies, De-familiarizing Readings eschews the theoretical and ideological and instead plants itself on firmer ground. Its eight outstanding Joyce scholars share a love of the "stuff" of texts, contexts, and intertexts: data and dates, food and clothing, letters and journals, literary allusions, and other quotidian desiderata. Their inductive approaches - whether to Dubliners, Portrait of the Artist, Ulysses, or Finnegans Wake - are thoroughly researched, argued with meticulous, even nit-picking, precision, and offer the pleasurable reading experience of forensic analysis. And in the end they provide the satisfaction of reaching persuasive conclusions that seem both striking and inevitable.

Declan Kiberd / Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living (2009)

JJBN: KIBERD-2009: Kiberd, Declan. Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living. London: Faber and Faber, 2009. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 30 September 2011)


→小林広直〔書評〕 D・カイバード『『ユリシーズ』と我ら』(坂内太訳)(『図書新聞』2012年4月7日)

 

CONTENTS


Acknowledgements ix
Note on the Text xi

 

How Ulysses Didn’t Change Our Lives
How It Might Still Do So
Paralysis, Self-Help and Revival 

 

 

1 Waking          10 Wandering
2 Learning        11 Singing
3 Thinking        12 Drinking
4 Walking         13 Ogling
5 Praying         14 Birthing
6 Dying            15 Dreaming
7 Reporting      16 Parenting
8 Eating           17 Teaching
9 Reading        18 Loving
  
Ordinary People’s Odysseys
Old Testaments and New
Depression and After: Dante’s Comedy
Shakespeare, Hamlet and Company
Conclusion: The Long Day Fades 

 

Notes
Index 

 

ABOUT THE BOOK 

 

This great modernist masterpiece, which for

many readers seems so intimidating, is a bookthat can teach us how to live better lives.


Declan Kiberd shows that Ulysses, far from being the epitome of elitism, was always intended as a book for the common people. It was rooted in their experience and offers a humane vision of a decent life under the dreadful pressures of the modern world. Leopold Bloom, the book’s hero, shows the young Stephen Dedalus how he can grow and mature as an artist and as a tolerant, adult human being. Bloom has learned to live with contradictions, with anxiety and sexual jealousy, and with the rudeness and racism of the people he encounters in the streets of Dublin. Apparently banal, he embodies an intensely ordinary kind of wisdom, and in this way offers us a model for living well.

 

Ulysses continues to be one of the central books of the twentieth century and this is an audacious new take on it, designed to remove it from the claustrophobic atmosphere of the Joyce Industry and restore it to its shocking, democratic origins. Kiberd has written a moving and controversial book, free of literary-critical jargon and specialist concerns. With it he confirms his position as one of Ireland’s leading public intellectuals.


  ‘The most exciting book I know on the most exciting novel ever written. Declan Kiberd’s brilliantly informed and highly entertaining advocacy liberates Joyce’s greatest book from the dungeon of unreadable masterpieces and restores it to being what its maker intended: a treasury of joys, a guide to enlightened living. Ulysses, finally, is a book about a friendship between a sometimes difficult young genius and a man made wise by life. No novel ever had a more understanding friend than Declan Kiberd.’

Joseph O’Connor, author of Redemption Falls and Star of the Sea

 

‘A feast. This book will reach and move many ordinary and extraordinary readers.’
Enda O’Brien


NOTES 


Inventing Ireland (1996)やThe Irish Writer and the World(2005)といった優れた「研究書」を数多く出しているカイバード氏の本書の狙いは、『ユリシーズ』を「専門家」から「一般の読者(The Common Reader)」のもとに返すことである。聖書やシェイクスピアのように、『ユリシーズ』は「ふつう」の人々が幾つもの教訓を引き出すことができる本であるという「宣言」から本書は始まる。その後「目覚める」から「愛する」に到る『ユリシーズ』18の挿話が、カイバード氏の切れ味鋭い分析によって次々と描かれてゆく。文体こそクリアであるが、彼のレトリックには所々でいくつかのジャンプが見られる。それは論理的瑕疵というよりは、むしろ心地よい飛翔であり、読者をぐいぐい引っ張ってゆくような力強いものだ。