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小島基洋『ジョイス探検』ミネルヴァ書房、2010年

 

Kershner, R. Brandon. The Culture of Joyce's Ulysses. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.  

 

宮田恭子『ルチア・ジョイスを求めてージョイス文学の背景』みすず書房、2011年

 

金井嘉彦『ユリシーズの詩学』東信堂、2011年

  

Bénéjam, Valérie and John Bishop. eds. Making Space in the Works of James Joyce. New York: Routledge, 2011.

 

Boscagli, Maurizia and Enda Duffy, eds. Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism. New York: Rodopi B. V, 2011.

 

Bowker, Gordon. James Joyce: A Biography. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2011.

 

Norris, Margot. Virgin and Veteran Readings of Ulysses. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

 

木之内敏久『ジョイスと視覚芸術―モダニズムの認識論的展開』英宝社、2012年

 

ジェイムズ・ジョイス 『ジェイムズ・ジョイス全評論』 吉川信訳、筑摩書房、2012年

 

Joyce, James. The Cats of Copenhagen. Illustration by Casey Sorrow. New York: Scribner, 2012.  

 

Mahaffey, Vicki, ed. Collaborative Dubliners: Joyce in Dialogue. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse UP, 2012.

 

Shovlin, Frank. Journey Westward: Joyce, Dubliners and the Literary Revival. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2012.

 

ウラジ-ミル・ナボコフ 『ナボコフの文学講義』(上)(下) 野島秀勝訳、河出文庫、2013年

 

中尾真理『ジョイスを訪ねて ダブリン・ロンドン滞在記』彩流社、2013年

 

Gibson, Andrew. The Strong Spirit: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in the Writings of James Joyce. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. 

 

中山徹『ジョイスの反美学―モダニズム批判としての「ユリシーズ」』彩流社、2014年

 

北村富治『「ユリシーズ」大全』慧文社、2014年

 

ジェイムズ・ジョイス『スティーヴン・ヒーロー:「若い芸術家の肖像」の初稿断片』永原和夫訳、松柏社、2014年 

 

Latham, Sean, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Ulysses. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014.

 

Birmingham, Kevin. The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses. New York: Penguin, 2014.

 

Morris, Tomas, ed. Dubliners 100: 15 New Stories Inspired by the Original. Dublin: Trampress, 2014.

 

Brazeau, Robert and Derek Gladwin, ed. Eco-Joyce: The Environmental Imagination of James Joyce. Cork: Cork UP, 2014. 

 

Lanigan, Liam. James Joyce, Urban Planning, and Irish Modernism. New York: MacMillan, 2014.

 

Crispy, Luca. Joyce's Creative Process and the Construction of Characters in Ulysses: Becoming the Blooms. Oxford: Oxford, UP, 2015.

 

Rabaté, Jean-Michel, ed. 1922: Literature, Culture, Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge, 2015.

 

夏目博明『ジョイスをめぐる冒険』水声社、2015年 

 

宮田恭子『ジョイスとめぐるオペラ劇場』水声社、2015年

 

金井嘉彦・吉川信編著『ジョイスの罠―「ダブリナーズに嵌る方法」』言叢社、2016年

 

金井嘉彦・道木一弘編著『ジョイスの迷宮―若き芸術家の肖像」に嵌る方法』言叢社、2016年

 

柳瀬尚紀『ユリシーズ航海記―「ユリシーズ」を読むための本』河出書房新社、2017年

 

Eds. Culleton, Claire A and Ellen Schneible. Rethinking Joyce's Dubliners. Palgrave macmillan: Cham, 2017.

 

Ed. Matchett, Rio. The Agenbite: A James Joyce Web Zine 2 (2017).  

小島基洋『ジョイス探検』(2010)

JJBN: KOJIMA-2010

小島基洋 『ジョイス探検』 ミネルヴァ書房、2010年. 

 

目次

 

はしがき
第一章 妻の恋人あるいは空虚のヴィジョン
     ――『ダブリンの人々』最終短編「死者たち」
    〔事前調査〕「おお、死せる者たちよ!」
    〔探 検〕 ゴースト――ダブリンの幻
断 章 ノラの恋人あるいは空虚のヴィジョン
第二章 英雄たちの飛翔と堕落
     ――『若き芸術家の肖像』
    〔事前調査〕 ダイダロス
    〔探 検〕 ダンティの劇場――緑色のブラシは島流しにされて
第三章 愛しき母の忌まわしき幻想
     ――『ユリシーズ』第一挿話「テレマコス」
    〔事前調査〕 「ファーガスと共に行くのは誰だ」
    〔探 検〕 愛の苦々しい不思議、あるいは愛の食人鬼聖餐式
第四章 浴槽に咲く一輪の花々
     ――『ユリシーズ』第五挿話「食蓮人」
    〔事前調査〕 ナルキッソス
    〔探 検〕 ミュラの悲恋――蓮の花に没薬の香りを
第五章 幻想を見る息子と共に息子の幻想を見ること
     ――『ユリシーズ』第十五挿話「キルケ」
    〔事前調査〕 キルケ   
    〔探 検〕 魔女キルケの〈羊頭狗肉〉、あるいは〈羊足人肉〉と狗
第六章 午前三時十八分、永遠の終わり
     ――『ユリシーズ』第十八挿話「ペネロペイア」
    〔事前調査〕 ペネロペイア
    〔探 検〕 ∞を8つに刻むジョイス
あとがき

 

NOTES

 

本書では、『ダブリンの人々』の「死者たち」、『若き芸術家の肖像』、『ユリシーズ』(第1、5、15、18挿話)が分析されている。小島氏はどの章も、作品の「あらすじ」を紹介したのちに、「事前調査」と題した導入部から分析を始める。例えば「死者たち」の章であれば、「おお、生ける死者たちよ!」("Oh, Ye Dead!")の歌を紹介し、それが作品理解の中核にあることを解きほぐしてゆく。全章に渡って、小島氏の論は、まるで推理小説のように「謎解き」=「探検」が展開する。とりわけ秀逸なのは、第3章の「テレマコス」についての分析である。マリガンが歌うW・B・イエイツの「ファーガソンと共に行くのは誰だ」の歌詞にある「愛の苦々しい不思議」(love’s bitter mystery)が、「食屍鬼」(ghoul)としてのスティーヴンの母のイメージを生み出していると小島氏は言う。その謎を、小島氏は「良心の呵責」(agenbite of inwit)と「死体を噛む者」(chewer of corpses)の語源に遡って解いてゆく。

 

ジョイスが愛読していたスキートの『英語語源辞典』のbitterの項には、最初期の用例として、『良心の呵責』(Ayenbite of Inwyt)という中世の道徳書が掲げられており、bitterはbite(噛む)に由来することから、「死体(肉体)を何度も噛む者(chewer of corpses)」とスティーヴンの「良心の呵責」は密接に結びついていると言うのだ(小島 77-105)。確かに本書全体を貫く「探検」という手法のために、それが「深読み」にすぎないという誹りは免れないであろうし、残念ながらジョイス作品の全体像を伝えているとは言えない(そのような研究書自体存在するのかという問題もある)。小島氏のさらなる研究を、私個人としては待ちたいと思うが、ジョイスにおける言葉と物語の多層性を伝えているという点で、また先に書いたように「謎解き」の手法によって、本書はジョイス研究家ならずとも楽しめる本だと言えよう。なお、Joycean Japan 22(86-87)に田多良俊樹氏の書評が掲載されているのでそちらも参照されたい。(K)

R. Brandon Kershner / The Culture of Joyce's Ulysses (2010)

JJBN: Kershner-2010

Kershner, R. Brandon. The Culture of Joyce's Ulysses. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. (Uploaded by HIRASHIGE on 15 July 2013)

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgments

Joyce Citations

 

One   Introduction: Dialogics and Popular Culture in Joyce's Novel

         Popular Reading and Popular Fiction; Dialogism and Genre

         Problems of Allusion

         Popular Culture and High Modernism

         Topics and Arguments

Two   Odyssean Culture and Its Discontents

         Enlightenment, Myth, and Domination

         Ulysses and the Modern World

         Ideas of Mass Culture

Three   Authorial Interchanges

         Joyce and Stephen Phillips

         Phillips's Ulysses

         Joyce and Marie Corelli

         Corelli, Modernism, Feminism

Four   Riddling the Reader to Write Back

         The Reader's Challenge

         Riddles in Ulysses

         The Secret Passage

Five   Newspapers and Periodicals: Endless Dialogue

         Joyce and Newspapers

         Newspapers in Ulysses

         The Historical Context

         Newspapers and the Structureing of Experience

         Consuming Newspapers

Six   Tit-Bits, Answers, and Beaufoy's Mysterious Postcard

         The Light Weeklies

         Tit-Bits

         Answers

         Beaufoy and the New Literacy

Seven   The World's Strongest Man: Joyce or Sandow?

         The Career of Eugen Sandow

         Sandow, Inc.

         Sandow and the Modern

         Advertising and the Novel

         Joyce, Inc.

         Artist and Ad-Man

Eight   Ulysses and the Orient

         The Dream of the Orient

         Joyce's Arabian Nights

         Oriental Erotics

         The Oriental Irish and Moore's Lalla Rookh

         Othering the Self and Others

Nine   The Appearance of Rudy: Children's Clothing and the History of Photography

         Clothing as Social Semiotics in Joyce

         Children's Clothing in Ulysses

         Children's Outfits

         Memorial Photography

 

Notes

Works Cited

Index

宮田恭子『ルチア・ジョイスを求めてーージョイス文学の背景』(2011)

JJBN: MIYATA-2011

宮田恭子『ルチア・ジョイスを求めてーージョイス文学の背景』みすず書房、2011年

 

目次

 

1 ルチア・ジョイス

誕生・成長期――パリ生活――病気の進行――病気と生い立ちの背景――装飾大文字

 

2 バッファロー大学の「ジョイス・コレクション」

 

3 ルチア・ジョイスの肖像画

ジョイス一族の肖像画――ローランサンによるルチアの肖像画――肖像画探し――幻の肖像画

 

4 “リズムと色彩”

マーガレット・モリス校――画家ジョン・ダンカン・ファーガソン――“リズム”――雑誌「カイエ リズムと色彩」

 

5 音楽と絵画

カンディンスキー――クレー

 

6 ジョイスの作品と音楽

歌――演奏法的な技法、響き、ライトモチーフ――ポリフォニー

 

7 ルチアと音楽、そしてバレエ・リュス

 

8 ルチアの絵

  絵の修業――装飾頭字の制作

 

9 ジョイスの作品と『ケルズの書』

  『ケルズの書』――『ユリシーズ』――『フィネガンズ・ウェイク』

 

10 ルチアの装飾文字と『ケルズの書』

『一個一ペニーのりんご』――『ミック、ニック、マギーたちのマイム』――『チョーサー A・B・C』

 

11 ファーガソンのケルト的デザイン

 

12 終章

参考文献

あとがき

Maurizia Boscagli and Enda Duffy, eds. / Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism (2011)

JJBN:BOSCAGLI & DUFFY-2011

Boscagli, Maurizia and Enda Duffy, eds. Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism. New York: Rodopi B. V, 2011. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 11 May, 2014)

 

CONTENTS

 

Bibliographical Note

Introduction: Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism Enda Duffy and Maurizia Boscagli

Arcadian Ithaca Douglas Mao

Memorial Dublin Ellen Carol Jones

The Communist Flâeur, or, Joyce's Boredom Patrick McGee

Spectacle Reconsidered: Joycean Synaesthetics and the Dialectic of the Mutoscope Maurizia Boscagli 

Benjamin, Joyce and the Disappearance of the Dead Graham MacPhee

The Happy Ring House Enda Duffy

Joyce, Benjamin and the Futurity of Fiction Heyward Ehrlich

"That Bantry Jobber:" William Martin Murphy and the Critique of Progress and Productivity in Ulysses

 Scott Kaufman

The Vertical Flâeur: Narratorial Tradecraft in the Colonial Metropolis Paul K. Saint-Amour

 


ABOUT THE BOOK

 

Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism offers for the first time a sustained exploration of parallels between the fiction of James Joyce and the cultural criticism of Walter Benjamin. Benjamin is perhaps modernism's most eloquent theorist, Joyce its finest writer of fiction; both haunted the same Paris streets at the height of the modernist moment, and both developed accounts of the flaneur's encounter with the city, with commodity culture and with others, that were revolutionary in their day and continue to set the agendas for culture and cultural critique. To place some of the work of each side by side is to make evident their affinities: the skills of each as new cartographers of the urban, the interest of each in ethnicity, nationalism, and exile, the way in which the 'Profane illumination' celebrated by Benjamin meets the 'Epiphany' of Joyce's A Portrait, as each rethought the epistemology of insight in the modernist moment. This collection explores these parallels between two of the greatest modernists, casting the aesthetic strategies of Joyce in the light of the aesthetic critique of Benjamin, opening up the politics of the one in the light of those of the other, and discerning the parallels between Joyce's version of a modern urban world in which self and society effect an uneasy rapprochement and Benjamin's modernist scenarios in which the aura might still linger. This collection discovers extraordinary parallels between the two writers who, writing in Paris, offered new accounts of urban selfhood and survival to the world.

金井嘉彦『ユリシーズの詩学』(2011)

JJBN: KANAI-2011

金井嘉彦『ユリシーズの詩学』東信堂、2011年.  (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 11 May 2011)

 

目次

 

第 I 部 序論

第1章 『ユリシーズ』の詩学

 

第 II 部 文体の詩学

第2章 『ユリシーズ』におけるスタイルの変化と歴史的パターン

第3章 マッキントッシュの男と謎の詩学

第4章 「ロータス・イーターズ」においてヘンリーフラワーズが花開かせるもの

第5章 両義的な街

 

第 III 部 カーニヴァルの詩学

第6章 『ユリシーズ』におけるカーニヴァル的救済

第7章 「ブリーブン」と「ストゥーム」に向けての物語(一)―第十一章「セイレーン」の分析から―

第8章 「ブリーブン」と「ストゥーム」に向けての物語(二)

第9章 カーニヴァル的なるものモリー

 

第 IV 部 映画の詩学

第10章 『若き日の芸術家の肖像』と映画

第11章 『ユリシーズ』と映画

第12章 『ユリシーズ』とモンタージュ

 

注/初出一覧/主要参考文献/あとがき/索引

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

『ユリシーズ』「再読」するために

多岐を極める文体と形式、そして膨大な情報の氾濫―一見混沌として読者の理解を阻むかに見えるこの作品の底を、一貫して流れる強烈な意思とは何か。『ユリシーズ』各章の精細な分析を通じて、テクストに書き込まれた「意味の方向性」を丹念にたどり、『ユリシーズ』が目指す地点を読み解く、意欲あふれる労作。

Valérie Bénéjam and John Bishop / Making Space in the Works of James Joyce (2011)

JJBN: BÉNÉJAM AND BISHOP-2011

Bénéjam, Valérie and John Bishop, eds. Making Space in the Works of James Joyce. New York: Routledge, 2011.

 

CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

List of Abbreviations

I

ntroduction: Making Space

Valérie Bénéjam

1. Space Wake: An Archaeology

John Bishop

2. Optical Space in Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

André Topia

3. The Acoustic Space of Ulysses

Valérie Bénéjam

4. Text and the City: Joyce, Dublin and Colonial Modernity.

Luke Gibbons

5. Gabriel’s Re-Mapping of Dublin: The Fabricated Cityscape of "The Dead"

Liam Lanigan

6. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Urban Planner: Plumbing Consciousness in Joyce’s Dublin.

Michael Rubenstein

7. Disorienting Dublin

Eric Bulson

8. The Habitus of Language(s) in Finnegans Wake

Laurent Milesi

9. Joyce the Post

David Spurr

10. Mapping the ‘Call from Afar’: The Echo of Motifs in James Joyce’s Literary Landscape

Katherine O’Callaghan

11.The Thomistic Representation of Dublin in Ulysses

Sam Slote

12. Writing Space

Daniel Ferrer 

 

List of Contributions

Bibliography

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

James Joyce’s preoccupation with space—be it urban, geographic, stellar, geometrical or optical—is a central and idiosyncratic feature of his work. In Making Space in the Works of James Joyce, some of the most esteemed scholars in Joyce studies have come together to evaluate the perception and mental construction of space, as it is evoked through Joyce’s writing. The aim is to bring together several recent trends of literary research and criticism to bear on the notion of space in its most concrete sense. The essays move dialectically out of an immediate focus on the phenomenological and intra-psychic, into broader and wider meditations on the social, urban and collective. As Joyce’s formal experiments appear the response to the difficulty of enunciating truly the experience of lived space, this eventually leads us to textual and linguistic space. The final contribution evokes the space with which Joyce worked daily, that of his manuscripts—or what he called "paperspace." With essays addressing all of Joyce's major works, this volume is a critical contribution to our understanding of modernism, as well as of the relationship between space, language, and literature.

Margot Norris / Virgin and Veteran Readings of Ulysses (2011)

JJBN: NORRIS-2011
Norris, Margot. Virgin and Veteran Readings of Ulysses. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. (Uploaded by KOBAYASHI on 7 April 2012)

  

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgments
Introduction: Virgin Reading, Possible Worlds Theory, and the Odyssean Intertext of Ulysses

 

Part I    Stephen Dedalus

One     The Conflicts of Stephen Dedalus: From the “Telemachiad” to “Aeolus”
Two     The Stakes of Stephen’s Gambit in “Scylla and Charybdis”
Three   The Larger World of “Wandering Rocks”: The Case of Father Conmee

 

Part II   Leopold Bloom
Four     The Blooms: Secrets and Suspense in “Calypso” and “Lotus Eaters”
Five     Jewish in Dublin: Bloom’s Encounters on the Way to “Cyclops”
Six       An Anatomy of Anti-Semitism: The “Cyclops” Episode
Seven   The (Im)possible Worlds of “Oxen of the Sun”
Eight    “Circe”: Stephen’s and Bloom’s Catharsis
Nine     The Text as Salvation Army: Abjection and Perception in “Eumaeus”
Ten      Stephen Dedalus’s Anti-Semitic Ballad: A Sabotaged Climax in “Ithaca”

 

Part III   Molly Bloom
Eleven   Molly Bloom before “Penelope”
Twelve  The Worlds of “Penelope”

 

Notes
Bibliography
Index

 

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

“The concept behind Norris’s Virgin and Veteran Readings of Ulysses is brilliant and disturbingly original, even fearless. Her approach and execution are thoroughly and profoundly grounded in narrative theory, while also yielding specific and practical insights into the world (and ‘possible worlds’) of Bloom, Molly, and Stephen – and into the formal world of the novel, using the experience of a ‘virgin’ reader to illuminate that of the ‘veteran’ reader. Her dedication speaks of her debt ‘to the wonderful community of Joyce scholars,’ but in fact with this volume she adds to the debt they all owe to Norris.”

– Morris Beja, author of James Joyce: A Literary Life and former president of the International James Joyce Foundation

 

Virgin and Veteran Readings of Ulysses is a brilliant example of how to read Joyce as well as the most consistently engaging book on Ulysses that I have read in many years. I believe its radically original focus on the extent and limits of the ‘virgin’ reader’s knowledge at any point in the text will influence a generation of scholars and teachers. Anyone writing on Ulysses, or working with students who are learning how to read Ulysses, would do well to keep it close at hand.” 
– Patrick A. McCarthy, professor of English, University of Miami and editor of the James Joyce Literary Supplement  

Imagine reading a classic novel like James Joyce’s Ulysses as though for the first time. Such an exercise, especially when informed by contemporary narrative theory, makes possible a different reading experience of the work, one with a renewed focus on plot and a surprising amount of suspense. Veteran Joyce scholar Margot Norris offers an innovative study of the processes of reading Ulysses as narrative and focuses on the unexplored implications, subplots, subtexts, hidden narratives, and narratology in one of the twentieth century’s most influential novels. It is a striking and essential contribution to literary criticism that will change the readings and understandings of Joyce’s most important work.

Margot Norris is Chancellor’s Professor Emerita at the University of California, Irvine and a former president of the International James Joyce Foundation. Her books on the works of James Joyce include The Decentered Universe of Finnegans Wake, Joyce’s Web, Suspicious Readings of Joyce’s Dubliners, and she has also edited A Companion to James Joyce’s Ulysses and the Norton Critical Edition of Joyce’s Dubliners.   

Gordon Bowker / James Joyce: A Biography (2011)

JJBN: BOWKER-2011

Bowker, Gordon. James Joyce: A Biography. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2011. (Uploaded by MINAMITANI on 11 September 2011)

  

CONTENTS

 

List of Illustrations

Acknowledgements

Epiphanies

Preface

 

1 Past Imperfect, 1800-1882

2 The Dawn of Consciousness, 1882-1888

3 Willingly To School, 1888-1893

4 Belvedere: In the Arms of the Jesuits, 1893-1898

5 Cultivating 'the Enigma of a Manner', 1898-1899

6 Making a Reputation, 1900-1902

7 An Uncertain Future, 1902

8 'Sinister genius', 1902-1903

9 A Death in the Family, 1903-1904

10 Nora, 1904

11 Birds of Passage, 1904-1905

12 At a Crossroads, 1905-1906

13 The Conception of Ulysses, 1906-1907

14 Going Freelance in Trieste, 1907-1909

15 The Exile's Return,1909-1910

16 Portrait of the Artsist in Retrospect,1910-1912

17 A Portrait Completed; A Masterpiece Begun, 1912-15

18 The Exile in Exile,1915-1917

19 The Coming Forth by Day of Leopold Bloom,1917-1918

20 Earthly Trials, 1918

21 Settling Scores and Moving On, 1918-1920

22 Ulysses: Inside the Dismal Labyrinth 

23 An Eventful Labour, 1921-1922

24 Ulysses: Birth and Afterbirth, 1922-1924

25 A Conspiracy of Concealment, 1924-1926

26 Fending Off the Pirates and Envisioning the Invisible, 1927-1928

27 A French Connection, 1929

28 'Always somthing new on the Robiac front', 1930

29 A Very English Wedding, 1931

30 Death, Birth and Madness, 1932-1933

31 Ulysses Unbound, 1934-1936

32 The ABC of Blind Love and Ruination, 1936-1938

33 A Puzzle for a Puzzled World, 1939

34 'Going downhill fast', 1940

35 Death in Exile, 1940-

 

 Notes

 Bibliography

 Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

James Joyce was one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century, but he was not immediately recognised as such; rather he lived in exile in the cosmopolitan Europe of the 1920s in a bid to escape the suffocating atmosphere and parochial prejudices of his native Dublin. His life follows the classic 'flight into exile' path taken by so many creative writers. Educated at various Jesuit schools, while at University College, Dublin, he began to experiment with writing, including the first draft of the semi-autobiographical A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. His relationship with Nora Barnacle, a country girl from Galway working as a chambermaid in Dublin, has long aroused curious fascination, not least since - scandalously for the time - they lived together for twenty-seven years before they married in 1931.

 

Joyce's unstinting dedication to authorship picks him out as a writer in the romantic tradition. He battled poverty and financial dependency for much of his adult life, as well as near-blindness from 1917 and the grief of his daughter Lucia's mental illness. He suffered, too, the slings and arrows of uncomprehending critics. Ulysses, now widely regarded as the most innovative and influential of modernist texts, immediately ran into trouble with the censors in both Britain and America after it was published in Paris in 1922. His final novel, Finnegans Wake, was controversial in a different way. Some thought it showed the genius list inside a labyrinth of wordage, others considered it a brilliant excursion into the poetry of dreams. 

 

Drawing on considerable new material that has only recently come to light, Gordon Bowker's biography goes beyond the exterior life to explore the inner landscape of an extraordinary writer who continues to influence and fascinate, over a century after his birth.

 

ジェイムズ・ジョイス 『ジェイムズ・ジョイス全評論』 吉川信訳 (2012)

JJBN: JOYCE-2012

ジェイムズ・ジョイス『ジェイムズ・ジョイス全評論』吉川信訳、筑摩書房、2012年. *日本翻訳家協会特別賞受賞作品

 

目 次

 

序 


1 外見を信じるなかれ
2 (暴力)
3 言語の学
4 王立ヒルベニア・アカデミーの「この人を見よ(エッケ・ホモ)」
5 劇と人生
6 イプセンの新しい劇
7 喧噪の時代
8 ジェイムズ・クラレンス・マンガン
9 ジョージ・メレディス
10 あるアイルランド詩人
11 アイルランドの今日と明日
12 心地好い哲学
13 思考の厳密さへの努力
14 植民地の詩集
15 カティリナ
16 アイルランドの魂
17 モーター・ダービー
18 (ろくでなし)
19 アリストテレスの教育観
20 帝国の建設
21 新しいフィクション(『アーガ・ミルザ王子の冒険』)
22 新しいフィクション
23 歴史への一瞥
24 アーノルド・グレイブス氏の新作
25 フランスの宗教小説
26 ふぞろいな詩
27 軽んじられた詩人
28 メイソン氏の小説
29 ブルーノ哲学
30 ヒューマニズム
31 シェイクスピア解題
32 (ボーラスと息子)
33 美学
34 ザ・ホーリー・オフィス
35 アイルランド、聖人と賢者の島
36 ジェイムズ・クラレンス・マンガン(2)
37 (アイルランド文芸復興運動)
38 フィニアニズム――最後のフィニアン
39 自治運動は成年に達す
40 裁かれるアイルランド
41 オスカー・ワイルド――「サロメ」の詩人
42 バーナード・ショーの検閲との闘い――『ブランコ・ポスネットの正体』
43 「自治」の彗星
44 英文学におけるリアリズムとアイディアリズム(ダニエル・デフォー/ウィリアム・ブレイク)
45 文芸におけるルネサンスの世界的影響力
46 チャールズ・ディケンズ生誕百年
47 パーネルの影
48 諸部族の町――アイルランドの港におけるイタリアの記憶
49 アランの漁夫の蜃気楼――戦時のイギリスの安全弁
50 政治と口蹄疫
51 火口からのガス
52 ある奇妙な歴史
53 ドゥーリーの分別
54 イギリス俳優劇団のためのプログラム解説
55 パウンドに関する手紙
56 ハーディに関する手紙
57 スヴェーヴォに関する手紙
58 禁制の作家から禁制の歌手へ
59 広告書き
60 イプセンの『幽霊』に附すエピローグ
61 作家に存する道義上の権利に関するジェイムズ・ジョイス氏からの提言

 

訳者あとがき

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

ジョイスによるジョイス
20世紀を代表する小説家の批評家としての貌。
14歳から55歳までの61篇、初の全訳。 

 

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木之内敏久『ジョイスと視覚芸術―モダニズムの認識論的展開(2012)

JJBS:KINOUCHI-2012

木之内敏久『ジョイスと視覚芸術―モダニズムの認識論的展開』英宝社、2012年. 

 

目次

 

序論 モダニズムとは何か

 第1章 モダニズム期に起こった変容

本論第一部 ジョイスと認識

 第2章 時間。空間の変容―新たな認識系の獲得―

 第3章 形象・神話・記憶

 第4章 構造性と思考

本論第二部 ジョイスと美学

 第4章 美学への接近―空間芸術と時間芸術―

 第5章 美学への接近―空間芸術と時間芸術―

 第6章 ジョイスとデ・キリコ 1 ―表象―

 第7章 ジョイスとデ・キリコ 2 ―表象の奥に―

結論

 第8章 ジョイス芸術と美・認識論

補論 ジョイス、貨幣、モダン

あとがき

引用文献一覧

索引

 

*(各節のタイトルは省略して転記しています) 

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Vicki Mahaffey, ed. / Collaborative Dubliners: Joyce in Dialogue (2012)

JJBN: VICKI-2012
Mahaffey, Vicki, ed. Collaborative Dubliners: Joyce in Dialogue. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse UP, 2012. 

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowlegments

Contributors

Abbreviations

Introduction

    VICKI MAHAFFEY AND JILL SHASHATY

 1. Silence and Fractals in “The Sisters”

    MICHAEL GRODEN AND VICKI MAHAFFEY

 2. “An Encounter”: James Joyce’s Humiliation Nation

    MARGOT GAYLE BACKUS AND JOSEPH VALENTE

 3. Lighted Squares: Framing “Araby”

    KATHRYN CONRAD AND MARK OSTEEN

 4. “Eveline” at Home: Reflections on Language and Context

    DEREK ATTRIDGE AND ANNE FOGARTY

 5. “After the Race” and the Problem of Belonging

    MICHAEL PATRICK GILLESPIE AND DAVID WEIR

 6. En Garde: “Two Gallants”

    MARILYN REIZBAUM AND MAUD ELLMANN

 7. “The Instinct of the Celibate”: Boarding and Borderlines in “The Boarding House”

    RICHARD BROWN AND GREGORY CASTLE

 8. The Small Light in “A Little Cloud”

    MARIAN EIDE AND VICKI MAHAFFEY

 9. “Counterparts”

    JAMES HANSEN AND JEAN-MICHEL RABATÉ

10. Working with Clay

    GABRIELLE CAREY AND BARBARA LONNQUIST

11. Reopening “A Painful Case”

    PAUL K. SAINT-AMOUR AND KAREN R. LAWRENCE

12. “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”

    JENNIFER LEVINE AND ANDREW GIBSON

13. The Politics of Maternity and Daughterhood in “A Mother”

    KIMBERLY J. DEVLIN AND CAROL LOEBS SHLOSS

14. “Grace”: Spirited Discourses

    R. BRANDON KERSHNER AND MARY LOWE-EVANS

15. Dead Again

    MARGOT NORRIS AND VINCENT P. PECORA

Works Cited

Index 

 

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Frank Shovlin / Journey Westward: Joyce, Dubliners and the Literary Revival (2012)

JJBN: SHOVLIN-2012
Shovlin, Frank. Journey Westward: Joyce, Dubliners and the Literary Revival. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2012. 

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations

 

Introduction: 'The journey westward'

1  'Endless stories about the distillery': Joyce and Whiskey

2  'Their friends, the French': Joyce, Jacobitism and the Revival

3  'He would put in allusions': The Uses and Abuses of Revivalism

Conclusion: Protestant Power and Plates of Peas

 

Select Bibliography

Index

 

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James Joyce / The Cats of Copenhagen (2012)

JJBN: JOYCE&SORROW-2012

Joyce, James. The Cats of Copenhagen. Illustration by Casey Sorrow. New York: Scribner, 2012.  

 

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

The Cats of Copenhagen was first written for James Joyce's most beloved audience, his only grandson, Stephen James Joyce, and sent in a letter dated September 5, 1936. Cats were clearly a common currency between Joyce and his grandson. In early August 1936, Joyce sent Stephen "a little cat filled with sweets"―a kind of Trojan cat meant to outwit grown-ups. A few weeks later, Joyce penned a letter from Copenhagen that begins "Alas! I cannot send you a Copenhagen cat because there are no cats in Copenhagen." The letter reveals the modernist master at his most playful, yet Joyce's Copenhagen has a ken, anti-authoritarian quality that transcends the mere whimsy of a children's story. Only recently rediscovered, this marks the inaugural U. S. publication of The Cats of Copenhagen, a treasure for readers of all ages. A rare addition to Joyce's known body of work, it is a joy to see this exquisite story in print at last.  

 

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ウラジーミル・ナボコフ『ナボコフの文学講義』野島秀勝訳 (2013)

JJBN: NABOKOV-2013

ウラジ-ミル・ナボコフ 『ナボコフの文学講義』(上)(下) 野島秀勝訳、河出文庫、2013年 *原著 Lectures on Literature (1980)

 

目次

 

(上)
編者フレッドソン・バワーズによる前書き
ジョン・アップダイクによる序文
良き読者と良き作家
ジェイン・オースティン 『マンスフィールド荘園』
チャールズ・ディケンズ 『荒涼館』
ギュスターヴ・フロベール 『ボヴァリー夫人』
付録
解説 池澤夏樹

 

(下)
ロバート・ルイス・スティーヴンソン 「ジキル博士とハイド氏の不思議な事件」
マルセル・プルースト 『スワンの家のほうへ』
フランツ・カフカ 「変身」
ジェイムズ・ジョイス 『ユリシーズ』
文学芸術と常識
結び
訳者あとがき
新装版訳者あとがき
解説 沼野允義

 

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Andrew Gibson / The Strong Spirit: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in the Writings of James Joyce 1898-1915 (2013)

JJBN: GIBSON-2013

Gibson, Andrew. The Strong Spirit: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in the Writings of James Joyce. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. 

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction

1: Resurgence: Early Writings from the Local Government Act to the Land Act, 1898-1903

2: Where We Stand: Dubliners and the Anatomy of Irish Culture 1904-6

3: One of His Explosives: Stephen Hero and the Years of Paralysis, 1904-6

4: Desolating Certainties: The `Triestine Writings' and the Return of the Liberals 1906-12

5: Inside the Labyrinth: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man 1907-14

6: The Impossibility of Union: Exiles, 1912-15

Endpiece

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

 ●Considers a full range of Joyce's early work and Joyce criticism

 ●Based on expert knowledge of the historical contexts most immediately relevant to and indicated by Joyce's writings 1898-1915

 ●Includes a wide range of historical, literary, intellectual, and critical references.

 ●Provides precise historical contexualization of ideas and themes relative to the development of the young Joyce

 

Scholarly accounts of Joyce's early work have traditionally resorted to two historical keys to try to unlock it: a concept of the Dublin and Ireland in which he grew to adulthood as stagnant and backward, and an emphasis on 1904, the year of the supposedly crucial break in which Joyce quit Ireland for continental Europe and could begin his great modernist literary project. But modernist or no, Joyce's works are always about Ireland, and he remained vitally in touch with Irish historical developments throughout his life. This study aims to be the first comprehensive historicisation of Joyce's writings 1898-1915 in relation to the distinct phases and shifting currents of British-Irish history during the period. At the turn of the century, when a concept of `national resurgence' is much in the Irish air, in his earliest essays, Joyce meditates on art as an anti-colonial and emancipatory project that addresses questions of freedom and justice in its own distinctive way. His early essays produce a compelling declaration of a principle of autonomy at a specific historical moment in a colonial culture. However, successive historical events - the crises surrounding the Land Act, the United Irish League and Devolution, the election of 1906, the Third Home Rule Bill crisis - call the emancipatory project ever more sharply into question. Thus `the strong spirit' which Joyce had initially thought might transcend and even conquer the effects of history becomes indissolubly wedded to radical historical scepticism. Through Dubliners, Stephen Hero, the `Triestine Writings' and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man to Exiles, Joyce responds to his predicament by examining recent Irish history and the place of the intellectual and artist within it in a variety of extremely subtle and complex or, in Joycean terms, `labyrinthine' forms of writing.

 

Readership: Students and scholars of Irish literature; students and scholars of modern literature.

 

Andrew Gibson, Research Professor of Modern Literature and Theory, Royal Holloway, University of London
Andrew Gibson was educated at Lord Williams's Grammar School, Thame and St. John's College, Oxford. He has held positions at the University of Hong Kong (1973-76), University of London, and Northwestern University and is currently Research Professor of Modern Literature and Theory at Royal Holloway, University of London.

 

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中尾真理 『ジョイスを訪ねて ダブリン・ロンドン英文学紀行』(2013)

JJBN: NAKAO-2013

中尾真理『ジョイスを訪ねて ダブリン・ロンドン滞在記』彩流社、2013年. 

 

目次

 

序にかえて(二〇一〇年六月一六日)

二〇〇七年九月ダブリン・ロンドン文学研修報告書

 

第一部 ダブリン

日本からダブリンへ 空飛ぶ船(エア・リンガス)の乗客 空港から市内へ

グレシャム・ホテル ダブリン――雨 ピアース駅(旧ウェストランド・ロウ駅)

ダブリン――六月 海の星教会とマーテロ塔 ダブリンを車でめぐる

パディ・ディグナムの葬送行列 グラスネヴィン墓地 フェニックス・パーク

ホース岬のシャクナゲ トリニティ・カレッジ(TCD)

ユニバーシティ・コレッジ(UCD)

ダブリンを歩く―スティーヴンの通学路

ダブリンとジョイス ダブリン空港へ

 

第二部 ロンドン

パディントンと言えば 閑話休題

ポートベロの骨董市 オールド・ロンドン・ブリッジ

ロンドン橋が落っこちる(ロンドン橋の唄) ミレニアム橋のたもとで

グローブ座から落っこちる ケンジントン・ガーデンズ

都心にある芝生 公園を横切る

「イズリントン発、オックスフォード・ストリート経由、七三番バス」

ヴィクトリア・アルバート博物館 V&A

細密画肖像画(ミニチュア・ポートレイト) 模刻室(カースト・コーツ Cast Courts)

 

第三部 カーライルの家

ロンドンを地下鉄で歩く 漱石のロンドン

懐かしきイギリスのロースト・ビーフ! テイト美術館

ミルバンクのローストビーフ カーライルの家

チェイン・ロウの二四番地

 

あとがき

ダブリン市内地図

ダブリン周辺地図

参考文献

 

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Sean Latham, ed. / The Cambridge Companion to Ulysses (2014)

JJBN: Latham-2014

Latham, Sean, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Ulysses. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014. 

 

CONTENTS

Notes on Contributors

Preface: Why Read Ulysses?

Acknowledgments

James Joyce Chronology

Abbreviations

 

PART I.  MAKING ULYSSES

 1. Writing Ulysses   Michael Groden

 2. Reception History   Joseph Brooker

 3. Afterlife   Jonathan Goldman

PART II. THE STORY OF ULYSSES

 4. Beginnings   Scarlett Baron

 5. Character, Plot, Myth   Margot Norris

 6. Setting: Dublin 1904/1922   Enda Duffy

 7. Endings   Maud Ellmann

PART III. READING ULYSSES

 8. City Circuits: “Aeolus” and “Wandering Rocks”   Michael Rubenstein

 9. Memory: “Sirens”   Marjorie Howes

10. Interruption: “Cyclops” and “Nausicaa”   Sean Latham

11. Difficulty: “Oxen of the Sun” and “Circe”   Cheryl Herr

PART IV. CONTEMPORARY THEORY AND CRITICISM

12. Intertextuality   R. Brandon Kershner

13. Bodies   Vike Martina Plock

14. Symbols and Things   Paul K. Saint-Amour

 

Abbreviated Schema for Ulysses

Further Reading

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

Few books in the English language seem to demand a companion more insistently than James Joyce's Ulysses, a work that at once entices and terrifies readers with its interwoven promises of pleasure, scandal, difficulty, and mastery. This volume offers fourteen concise and accessible essays by accomplished scholars that explore this masterpiece of world literature. Several essays examine specific aspects of Ulysses, ranging from its plot and characters to the questions it raises about the strangeness of the world and the density of human cultures. Others address how Joyce created this novel, why it became famous, and how it continues to shape both popular and literary culture. Like any good companion, this volume invites the reader to engage in an ongoing conversation about the novel and its lasting ability to entice, rankle, absorb, and enthrall.

 

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中山徹『ジョイスの反美学―モダニズム批判としての「ユリシーズ」』(2014)

JJBN: NAKAYAMA-2014

中山徹『ジョイスの反美学―モダニズム批判としての「ユリシーズ」』彩流社、2014年. 

 

目次

 

序 

第一章 美学、カルチャー、モダニティ

第二章 複製技術時代の優生学

第三章 社会衛生学の主体

第四章 数学的に崇高な生殖

第五章 ピグマリオニズム、あるいは関心という病

第六章 テクストのアナモルフォーズ

第七章 ノイズ、未来派、ファシズム

第八章 ジョイスにおける物質性と文学性

第九章 モダニズムの崇高な対象

 

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

「T・S・エリオットとは対極に立ち、美学と政治(優生学、ファシズム、ナショナリズムなど)の結託を白日の下に晒す―ジジェク翻訳者による、新しく、圧倒的な『ユリシーズ』論」

 

「美学とそれが発生させる不満(ジレンマ)は、歴史的文脈あるいは言説をふまえなければ見えてこないにもかかわらずその文脈や言説に書き込まれているわけではないある種の不在の「問い」であり、ジョイスの「反美学」はそれに対する「答え」である。」(「跋」より)

 

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Thomas Morris, ed. / Dubliners 100(2014)

JJBN: MORRIS-2014

Morris, Tomas, ed. Dubliners 100: 15 New Stories Inspired by the Original. Dublin: Trampress, 2014. 

 

CONTENTS

 

Strange Traffic: An Introduction Sorts // Thomas Morris 

The Sisters // Patrick McCabe

An Encounter // Mary Morrissy 

Araby // John Boyne

Eveline // Donal Ryan

After the Race // Andrew Fox

Two Gallants Evelyn Conlon

The Boarding House // OOna Frawley 

A Little Cloud // John Kelly

Counterparts // Belinda McKeon

Clay // Michele Forbes

A Painful Case // Paul Murray 

Ivy Day in the Committee Room // Eimear McBride

A Mother // Elske Rahill

Grace // Sam Coll

The Dead // Peter Murphy

About the Authors //

 

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北村富治/『「ユリシーズ」大全』(2014)

JJBN: KITAMURA-2014

北村富治『「ユリシーズ」大全』慧文社、2014年.

 

目次

 

テレマコス

ネストール

プロテウス

カリュプソー

食蓮人たち

ハーデース

アイオロス

ライストリュゴネス族

スキュレとカリュブディス

さまよう岩々

セイレーン

キュクロプス

ナウスカア

太陽神の午

キルケ

エウマイオス

イタケ

ペネロペイア

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

ジョイス『ユリシーズ』に魅かれた著者は、50有余年の歳月をかけてダブリンを歩き、ジョイスが描いた世界を確かめてきた。英文学研究とダブリン踏査、そして世界中のジョイス学者との交流によって完成された『ユリシーズ』完全註解本。欧文タイトル:Ulysses Encyclopedia

 

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Kevin Birmingham / The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses (2014)

JJBN: BIRMINGHAM-2014

Birmingham, Kevin. The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses. New York: Penguin, 2014.

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CONTENTS

Introduction 

Part I

1. Nighttown 

2. Nora Barnacle 

3. The Vortex 

4. Trieste 

5. Smithy of Souls 

6. Little Modernisms 

7. The Medici of Modernism 

8. Zurich 

Part II

9. Power and Postage 

10. The Woolfs 

11. Brutal Madness 

12. Shakespeare and Company 

13. Hell in New York 

14. The Ghost of Comstock 

15. Elijah Is Coming 

16. The People of the State of New York v. Margaret Anderson

and Jane Heap 

17. Circe Burning 

Part III 

18. The Bible of the Outcasts 

19. The Booklegger 

20. The King’s Chimney 

21. The Pharmacopeia 

22. Glamour of the Clandestine 

23. Modern Classics 

24. Treponema 

25. Search and Seizure 

26. The United States of America v. One Book Called “Ulysses” 

27. The Tables of the Law 

Epilogue 

Acknowledgments 

Notes 

Selected Bibliography 

Index 

 

ジェイムズ・ジョイス『スティーヴン・ヒーロー「若い芸術家の肖像」の初稿断片』永原和夫 訳(2014)

JJBN: NAGAHARA-2014

ジェイムズ・ジョイス『スティーヴン・ヒーロー:「若い芸術家の肖像」の初稿断片』永原和夫訳、松柏社、2014年. 

 

CONTENTS

 

訳者はしがき

新板のはしがき

初版の序

編集ノート

 

スティーヴン・ヒーロー

 スティーヴン・ヒーロー

 追加原稿

 注

 

付録

 エピファニーズ

 ジェイムズ・クラーレンス・マンガン 

 審美理論

 芸術家の肖像

 

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Robert Brazeau and Derek Gladwin, ed. Eco-Joyce: The Environmental Imagination of James Joyce (2014)

JJBN: BRAZEAU & GLADWIN-2014

Brazeau, Robert and Derek Gladwin, ed. Eco-Joyce: The Environmental Imagination of James Joyce. Cork: Cork UP, 2014. 

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgement

Contributors

Foreword Anne Fogarty

Introduction: James Joyce and Ecocriticism Robert Brazeau and Derek Gladwin

 

I NATURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN

JOYCE'S FICTION

 

James Joyce, Climate Change and the Threat to our 'Natural Substance' Fiona Becket

Joyce and the Everynight Cheryl Temple Herr

Joyce, Ecofeminism and the River as Woman Bonnie Kime Scott

Word and World: The Ecology of the Pun in Finnegans Wake Erin Walsh

The Tree Wedding and the (Eco)Politics of Irish Forestry in 'Cyclops': History, Language and the Viconian Politics of the Forest Yi-Peng Lai

 

II JOYCE AND THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT

 

Negative Ecocritical Visions in 'Wandering Rocks' Margot Norris

Joyce Beyond the Pale Brandon Kershner

'Aquacities of Thought and Language': The Political Ecology of Water in Ulysses Greg Winston

'Clacking Along the Concrete Pavement': Economic Isolation and the Bricolage of Place in James Joyce's Dubliners Christine Cusick

Joyce the Travel Writer: Space, Place and the Environment in James Joyce's Nonfiction Derek Gladwin

 

III JOYCE, SOMATIC ECOLOGY AND THE BODY

 

'Can excrement be art . . . if not, why not?' Joyce's Aesthetic Theory and the Flux of Consciousness Eugene O'Brien

Environment and Embodiment in Joyce's 'The Dead' Robert Brazeau

'Sunflawered' Humanity in Finnegans Wake: Nature, Existential Shame and Transcendence James Fairhall

Ineluctable Modality of the Visible: 'Nature' and Spectacle in 'Proteus' Garry Leonard

 

Notes and References

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

This collection introduces and examines the overarching ecological consciousness evinced in the writings of James Joyce. Reading Joyce with a keen attention to the manner in which the natural and built environment functions as context, horizon, threat, or site of liberation in Joyce's writing offers an engaging and fruitful way into the dense, demanding, and usually encyclopedic formation of knowledge that comprises Joyce's literary legacy.

 

Scholars working within Irish studies draw on a wide variety of critical outlooks, including cultural studies, post-colonial studies, transnational studies, gender studies and, of course, modernist studies; this book will help that community become better acquainted with how ecocriticism elucidates the work of Irish writers, and will encourage further research in this direction. Even writers like Joyce, who are usually regarded as primarily urban, exhibit a strong ecological dimension in their work, and there are many other Irish writers who have produced work that directly engages issues in ecology and environmental studies. Eco-Joyce covers a multitude of disciplines in an attempt to serve as a point of entry into Joyce and ecocriticism, of course, but it will also suggest ways in which Irish studies and modernist studies could gain energy from this relatively new and vital approach.

 

Robert Brazeau and Derek Gladwin are both at Department of English and Film Studies University of Alberta, Canada.

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Liam Lanigan / James Joyce, Urban Planning, and Irish Modernism (2014)

JJBN: LANIGAN-2014

Lanigan, Liam. James Joyce, Urban Planning, and Irish Modernism. New York: MacMillan, 2014.

 

CONTENTS

 

Acknowledgement

List of Abbreviations

 

  1. Urbanizing the Revival: Urban Planning, Irish Modernism, and Dublin
  2. A Drama in Muslin and the Formation of an Irish Urban Modernism
  3. ‘A Space-embracing Somewhere, Beyond Surmise, Beyond Geography’: Visions of the City in the Irish Revival
  4. ‘A More Spacious Age’: Reimagining the City in Dubliners
  5. A Portrait of the City
  6. ‘If My Memory Serves Me’: the Subject, Memory, and Democratic Planning in ‘Wandering Rocks’
  7. ‘A Necessary Evil’: Planning and the Marginal Space of Nighttown in ‘Circe’
  8. Epilogue: Writing Dublin after Joyce

 

Notes

Works Cited

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

"James Joyce, Urban Planning, and Irish Modernism makes a worthy contribution to scholarship on the city of Dublin as central to 'local,' nationalist, and internationalist dimensions of Irish modernist production. Lanigan's examination of the theory and practice of urban planning in the production of Irish literary culture (material, narratological, and conceptual) fills a significant gap in Joyce studies, modernist studies, and studies of modern Irish literature." - Desmond Harding, Central Michigan University, USA

 

Irish writing in the modernist era is often regarded as a largely rural affair, engaging with eh city in fleeting, often disparaging ways, with Joycecast as a defiant exception. James Joyce, Urban Planning, and Irish Modernism shows an urban modernist ration, responsive to the particular political, social, and cultural conditions of Dublin, emerged in Ireland at the time. Examining how Irish writing participated in a broader cultural response to the challenges of urbanization, best exemplified by the urban planning movement, this book explores how Irish literature sought to reimagine and re-appropriate city synonymous with poverty and colonial misrule, and to reconcile the ruralist rhetoric of revivalism and nationalism with the necessity for a capital city in an emergent state. The book examines how Joyce's works define the city in terms of the tension between individual, subjective impressions of what the city might be made to mean, and architectonic process of urban control.

 

James Joyce, Urban Planning and Irish Modernism is effectively divided into two parts, with the first focusing upon Irish Modernist fiction before Joyce, and the second examining Joyce and his aftermath. … this is an assured and incisive intervention in both Joycean and Irish studies scholarship, offering a unique insight into the hitherto obscured intersections of Irish literature and Irish planning.” (Stephen O’Neill, Notes and Queries, Vol. 63 (3), September, 2016)

 

“This study provides a useful historic reminder of architectural modes and issues and recalls the first professional manifestation of town planning in Ireland … . this is an essential … addition to the burgeoning analysis of the birth pangs of Irish town planning.” (Fergal MacCabe, Pleanáil, Issue 21, 2015-2016)

 

Liam Lanigan is an IRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University College Cork, Ireland. He has previously taught at NUI Maynooth, the University of Kaposva'r, Hungary, and University College Dublin.

夏目博明『ジョイスをめぐる冒険』(2015)

JJBN: NATSUME-2015

夏目博明『ジョイスをめぐる冒険』水声社, 2015年. 

 

CONTENTS

 

序論 ジョイス・インダストリーの流れのなかで

 

第一章『ユリシーズ』を読む

一 分立の調べ

二 ブルーム受難の構図ーーテクスト世界からの脅威

三 内的アリュージョンーーテクスト形成の原理

四 《ナウシカア》をめぐる全体と部分

五 海辺の娘ガーティ

六 《イタケ》の語りを語る語り

七 『ユリシーズ』批評の未来

 

第二章 ジョイスと批評理論

一 ジェイムズ・ジョイスにおける「主体」の問題

二 ディコンストラクション批評ーーデリダのジョイス、ジョイスのデリダ

三 『ユリシーズ』のなかの読者

四 『ユリシーズ批評史』(1)ーーモリーの出自

五 『ユリシーズ批評史』(2)ーーモリー像の変遷

六 ふしだらな女が精神分析を受けるとーージョイスとジェンダー

七 一九〇四年ダブリン物語ーーモリーをめぐる物語

八 モダニズムという制度

九 『フィネガンズ・ウェイクの謎々』

 

第三章 ジョイスとアイルランド

一 ヒベルニアとしてのアイルランドーガーティと市民

二 「姉妹」におけるタイトルと語り

三 「レースの後で」の時代と背景

四 死者が近づく夜ーーケルト文化から読む「土」(クレイ)

五 ジョイスのダブリンー歴史的事実

六 レオポルド・ブルームの経済事情

 

解題 結城英雄+吉川信+山田久美子

 

初出一覧

あとがき 夏目康子

 

本書序論より

 

『ユリシーズ』に何が起こったのか。『ユリシーズ』をめぐる歴史は、ひとつの知が生まれ、歴史のなかで生成していくさまを例証している。ただ、この『ユリシーズ』という知の場合、その後歴史のなかで遭遇する自身の運命をすべてあらかじめ自身に刻印しているかのような印象を受ける。『ユリシーズ』をすべてが書き込まれている書と捉えることの正当性を、『ユリシーズ』の歴史は証明していくにちがいない。本書もその歴史を構築する一部になることを夢見ている。(11-12)

 

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宮田恭子『ジョイスとめぐるオペラ劇場』(2015)

JJBN: MIYATA-2015

宮田恭子『ジョイスとめぐるオペラ劇場』水声社, 2015年. 

 

目次

 

まえがき

第1部 ジョイスとオペラ

第2部 ジョイスと個々のオペラ作品

1 モンテヴェルディ『オルフェオ』 葬送の歌

2 モンテヴェルディ『ポッペアの戴冠』 愛欲の見本図

3 モーツァルト『ドン・ジョヴァンニ』 カタログの歌

4 モーツァルト『魔笛』 フリーメイソン

5 ベッリーニ『夢遊病の娘』 「すべては失われ」

6 ベッリーニ『ノルマ』 「清らかな女神」

7 ドニゼッティ『愛の妙薬』 媚薬の効用

8 ドニゼッティ『ランメルモールのルチア』 狂乱の娘

9 フロトー『マルタ』 「夢のように」

10 ヴェルディ『ナブッコ』 祖国愛

11 ヴェルディ『椿姫』 再生への願望

12 ワグナー『トリスタンとイゾルデ』 愛の死

13 プッチーニ『トゥーランドット』 謎かけ花嫁

14 シュトラウス『サロメ』 七つのベールの踊り

テキスト・主要参考文献

あとがき

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Anne Fogarty & Fran O'Rourke. Voices on Joyce. (2015)

JJBN: FOGARTY & O'ROURKE-2015

Fogarty, Anne and Fran O'Rourke. Voices on Joyce. Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2015.

 

CONTENTS

 

Voices on Joyce gathers together interpretations of Joyce's work by scholars in a wide span of disciplines: music, history, literature, philosophy, sport, geography, modern languages, economics, theatre studies and law. The depth and range of James Joyce's relationship with key historical, intellectual and cultural issues in the early twentieth century are explored, including: the growth of Dublin as a city, the advance of Irish separatist nationalism, criminal trials in late nineteenth-century Ireland, the influence of Classical authors such as Aristotle and Ovid, the Irish Literary Revival, the value of operatic music, notions of the aesthetic and of a democratic readership, and the history and social import of Jewish communities and traditions. The twenty essays in this collection draw out the openness and pluralism of Joyce's writing and underscore the need for readings of his work from a large variety of diverging perspectives. The wide ranging voices in this collection are composed by present and former UCD academics, and constitute a unique reckoning with the legacy of Joyce by members of his alma mater.A portrait of Joyce emerges as a writer deeply embedded in Irish intellectual discourses and as a figure of vital on-going importance in the social and cultural debates of twenty-first century Ireland. Photos interleaving the essays by the modernist and photojournalist, Lee Miller, taken in Dublin in 1946, provide vivid images of Joycean locations and of their artistic reimagining.

 

Luca Crispi / Joyce's Creative Process and the Construction of Characters in Ulysses: Becoming the Blooms (2015)

JJBN: CRISPI-2015

Crispy, Luca. Joyce's Creative Process and the Construction of Characters in Ulysses: Becoming the Blooms. Oxford: Oxford, UP, 2015.

 

CONTENTS

 

Abbreviations and Conventions

Manuscripts Collections

Kinds of Manuscripts

Individual Ulysses Manuscripts

Transcriptional Conventions

Joyce's Abbreviations

Quotations and Citations

 

1. Introductory Contexts

 Aims and methodologies

 The genesis of characters at the 'conjunction of vision and technique'

 Constructing impressions of Leopold  and Molly

 Disentangling multiple perspective

 The construction of characters and character trait

 Genetic critical close readings 

2. Boybandsday: 16 June 1904

3. The Genesis of Leopold Bloom: 1866-86

 Before Bloom; meet the parents

 A sketch of Leopold a s young man

4. Marion Tweedy―Becoming Molly: 1870-86

 Molly's beginnings

 Molly's first lover: Lieutenant Harry Mulvey

5. The Courtship of Leopold Bloom and Marion Tweedy: July 1886-October 1888

 Leopold and Molly's first meeting

 Leopold in love

 The romance blossoms

6. Married Life: 1888-93

 'Happy. Happier then'

7. Life Goes On: 1893-1902

 Hard times

 Better days

8. 7 Eccles Street: 17 June 1904

 

Appendix1: A Brief Overview and Glossary of the Kinds of Ulysses

Manuscripts and Documents

Appendix 2: A Census of the Extant Ulysses Manuscripts by Episodes

Appendix 3: Chronological List of Extant Ulysses Manuscripts and Typescripts

Appendix 4: A Chronological List of Ulysses in Proofs: June 1921 to January 1922 (Paris)

Bibliography

Index

 

ABOUT THE BOOK(Review)

 

Luca Crispi's meticulously researched and superbly presented study is important both for the light it throws on Joyce's creative methods and, more generally, for its challenge to many of our assumptions about the way fictional characters are brought into being. Crispi asks what the surviving manuscripts of Ulysses can tell us about the evolution of Leopold and Molly Bloom as the novel developed, and discovers a surprisingly fluid process of revision, accretion and transferral of characteristics. The result is a penetrating account of one of the most astonishing feats of literary creativity of the twentieth century. (Derek Attridge)

 

Joyce's Creative Process marks a turning point in the James Joyce studies because it modifies the pedagogy concerning Ulysses, a novel regularly taught in undergraduate classes. Tackling a term as central and apparently easy to grasp as "character," Crispi demonstrates that no reading of Ulysses can avoid grappling with the genesis of the text or tapping its evolutionary archive, here synthesized with rare clarity. One cannot deny the centrality of characterization ―the fictional representation of human beings when they become beings of paper―in the study of narratives. By making us revise our assumptions about the main characters of Ulysses, this book revolutionizes the study of James Joyce as a whole. (Jean-Michel Rabaté, Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania)

 

This is the book in which genetic criticism of modernist writing properly comes of age, demonstrating that it can not only extend our knowledge of the mutations a text undergoes and our sense of its open-endedness, but also genuinely and subtly illuminate the myriad intricate movements of the creative process, and indeed transform interpretations. Crispi's learning is formidable, his archival research dedicated, authoritative and immensely assiduous, and his responsiveness to textual detail impeccable. The result is a magisterial contribution, both to Joyce scholarship, and to the study of modernist literature in general. (Andrew Gibson, Research Professor in Modern Literature and Theory, Royal Holloway, University of London)

 

The scholarship ... is extraordinary in its detail, resulting in a nuanced illumination of the complexity of the characters [in Ulysses]. (Margot Norris)

 

Jean-Michel Rabate, ed. / 1922: iterature, Culture, Politics (2015)

JJBN: RABATÉ-2015

Rabaté, Jean-Michel, ed. 1922: Literature, Culture, Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge, 2015.

 

CONTENTS

 

Notes on Contributors

Chronology for 1922

Editor's Introduction― Jean-Michel Rabaté

 

1. Uncanny Semblables and Serendipitous Publications: T. S. Eliot's the Criterion, and The Waste Land and James Joyce's UlyssesGabrielle Mclntire

 

2. Rilke's Duino Elegies and Sonnets to Orphetis―Judith Ryan

 

3. Odd Encounters: From Marcel Proust's Sodome et Gomorrhe to Albert Cohen's "Projections ou Après-Minuit à Genève"―André Benhaim

 

4. Castle Logic: Hints in Kafka's Novel―Paul North

 

5. "In or about 1922": Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield, and Modern Fiction―Angeliki Spiropoulou

 

6. Anglophones in Paris: Gertrude Stein and the Aesthetics of

Collaboration―Genevieve Abravanel

 

7. Circa 1922: Art, Technolog)', and the Activated Beholder―Christine Poggi

 

8. Dada, Futurism, and Raymond Roussel―Jonathan P. Eburne

 

9. The Beginning and the End: The Formalist Paradigm in Literary Study―Alastair Renfrew

 

10. Hispanic Watershed: 1922 in Latin America―Michelle Clayton

 

11. Restoration Dramas: Hofmannsthal's The Great World Theater of Salzburg and Cocteau's Antigone―Matt Wilson Smith

 

12. Postwar New Feminisms: May Sinclair and Colette―Elizabeth A. Mosimann

 

13. Duree et simultaneite and Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: Time

and Logic in 1922―Gregg Lambert

 

14. Marxism in Revolution: Georg Lukács's History and Class Consciousness and Karl Korsch's Marxism and Philosophy―Adam Takacs

 

15. Principles of Relativity: Whitehead versus Russel―Steven Meyer

 

16. Modernist Political Theologies: Carl Schmitt's Political Theology (1922) and Walter Benjamins "Critique of Violence" (1921)―Tracy McNiilty

 

17. Frazer's The Golden Bough and Malinowski's Argonauts of the Western Pacific. Anthropology in 1922―Marc Manganaro

Index

 

 

金井嘉彦・吉川信編著『ジョイスの罠―「ダブリナーズに嵌る方法」』(2016)

JJBN: KANAI&KIKKAWA-2016

金井嘉彦・吉川信編著『ジョイスの罠―「ダブリナーズに嵌る方法」』言叢社、2016年

 

目次

 

序 はじまりのジョイス 吉川 信

第一章 「姉妹たち」 金井嘉彦

第二章 「遭遇」 小島基洋

第三章 「アラビー」 桃尾美佳

第四章 「エヴリン」 奥原 宇

第五章 「レースの後」 滝沢 玄

第六章 「二人の伊達男」 丹治竜郎

第七章 「下宿屋」 田多良俊樹

第八章 「小さな雲」 横内一雄

第九章 「複写」 南谷奉良

第十章 「土」 坂井竜太郎

第十一章 「痛ましい事件」 小林広直

第十二章 「蔦の日の委員会室」 戸田 勉

第十三章 「母親」 平繁佳織

第十四章 「恩寵」 木ノ内敏久

第十五章 「死者たち」(一) 中嶋英樹

第十六章 「死者たち」(二) 河原真也

第十七章 「死者たち」(三) 吉川 信

あとがき 金井嘉彦

引用・参考文献一覧

 

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金井嘉彦・道木一弘編著『ジョイスの迷宮―若き日の芸術家の肖像」に嵌る方法』(2016)

JJBN:KANAI&DOKI-2016

金井嘉彦・道木一弘編著『ジョイスの迷宮―若き日の芸術家の肖像」に嵌る方法』言叢社、2016年

 

目次

 

ジャパニーズ・ジェイムズ・ジョイス・スタディーズ発刊の辞(金井嘉彦)

まえがき(道木一弘)

『肖像』―構成とあらすじ、登場人物相関図(小林広直・南谷奉良・金井嘉彦)

 

本編

第一章 おねしょと住所―流動し、往復する生の地図(南谷奉良)

第二章 『若き日の芸術家の肖像』における音響空間(平繁佳織)

第三章 自伝性と虚構性の再考―『若き日の芸術家の肖像』におけるずれた時間軸

    の狭間から(田中恵理)

第四章 〈我仕えず〉、ゆえに我あり―間違いだらけの説教と狡猾なスティーヴン

    /ジョイスの戦略(小林広直)

第五章 盲者の視覚―『若き日の芸術家の肖像』における語りと視覚(横内一雄)

第六章 アクィナス美学論の〈応用〉に見る神学モダニスト的転回(金井嘉彦)

第七章 ヴィラネル再考―ジョイスとイェイツの間テキスト性について(道木一

    弘)

第八章 象徴の狡知―『若き日の芸術家の肖像』あるいはショイス版「実践理性批

    判」(中山 徹)

第九章 スティーヴンでは書けたはずがなかろう―ヒュー・ケナー『肖像』論にお

    ける作者ジョイスとスティーヴンの関係性(下楠昌哉)

第十章 スティーヴンと「蝙蝠の国」―『若き日の芸術家の肖像』における「アイ

    ルランド性」(田村 章)

附編 

『肖像』を読むための二一項(執筆者全員による)

フォトエッセイ(本編各章末に収録)

あとがき(金井嘉彦)

執筆者紹介、引用・参考文献一覧、索引

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

暗がりのなかで手探りすることばがある。「原=肖像」から『スティーヴン・ヒアロー』を経て『肖像』へと至る10年の歳月は、ジョイスがジョイスになるためにくぐり抜けなくてはならない迷宮だった。光と空を、出口を求めて暗がりのなかで紡がれた言葉を、10人の研究者がいま読み解く。

柳瀬尚紀『ユリシーズ航海記―「ユリシーズ」を読むための本』(2017)

JJBN: YANASE-2017

柳瀬尚紀『ユリシーズ航海記―「ユリシーズ」を読むための本』河出書房新社、2017年

 

CONTENTS

 

I〈出航の巻〉ジョイス・翻訳・ことば

ジョイス=パリの一九二二年
『ユリシーズ』と『荒地』―奇跡の年一九二二年

ユリシーズ=翻訳


II〈嬉遊の巻〉ユリシーズはこんなに面白い!

スティーヴンの目覚め
わあ、ごっつごつ!

泡立ちの歌「二酒」

ユリシーズの朝の歌―音盤猫素義エンジョイスI

ブルーム登場

背景 ジェイムズ・ジョイス様

ユリシーズ発札幌競馬場行き

第十一章について

こりしょう=凝り章――音盤猫素義エンジョイスII

連桁ブラインド――音盤猫素義エンジョイスIII

カスティーリャの麗しき薔薇――音盤猫素義エンジョイスIV

わが「発犬伝」

 

III〈発見の巻〉ジェイムズ・ジョイスの謎を解く(全)

序章――「当り前」からジョイスを読む
1章――なんだか「犬」が匂う

2章――まず、〈俺〉とジョウの会話を解いてみる

3章――次に、バーニー・キアナンでのやりとりを

4章――〈俺〉の正体

5章――〈俺〉じゃなくちゃ書けないこと

6章――最後の謎を解く

あとがき


IV〈帰還の巻〉

ユリシーズ13‐18 試訳と構想

断章――十三章・十四章・十六章・十八章
第十七章[イタケー]

第十五章[キルケー](遺稿)

初出一覧

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

天才翻訳家が遺した『ユリシーズ』に関する文章を集成。第12章の発犬伝をはじめ、音楽、競馬、試訳など、ジョイスフルな一冊。

 

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Claire A. Culleton & Ellen Scheible,eds. / Rethinking Joyce's Dubliners (2017)

JJBN: CULLETON & SCHEIBLE-2017

Eds. Culleton, Claire A and Ellen Schneible. Rethinking Joyce's Dubliners. Palgrave macmillan: Cham, 2017. 

 

CONTENTS

 

1. Introduction. Rethinking Dubliners.

A Case for What Happens in Joyce's Stories by Claire A. Culleton and Ellen Scheible

2. "The Thin End of the Wedge": How Things Start in Dubliners by Claire A. Culleton

3. "No There There": Place, Absence, and Negativity in "A Painful Case'" by Margot Norris

4. A "Sensation of Freedom" and the Rejection of Possibility in Dubliners

by Jim LeBlanc

5. "Scudding in towards Dublin": Joyce Studies and the Online Mapping Dubliners Project by Jasmine Mulliken

6. Joyce's Mirror Stages and "The Dead" by Ellen Scheible

7. Joyce's Blinders: an Urban Ecocritical Study of Dubliners and More by Joseph P. Kelly

8. Counterpart's Clashing Cultures: Navigating Among Print, Printing, and Oral Narratives in Turn of the Century Dublin by Miriam O'Kane Mara

9. Intermental Epiphanies: Rethinking Dubliners with Cognitive Psychology by Martin Brick

10. From "spiritual paralysis" to "spiritual liberation": Joyce's Samaritan "Grace" by Jack Dudley

11. Men in Slow Motion: Male Gesture in "Two Gallants" by Enda Duffy.

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

This collection of essays is a critical reexamination of Joyce’s famed book of short stories, Dubliners. Despite the multifaceted critical attention Dubliners has received since its publication more than a century ago, many readers and teachers of the stories still rely on and embrace old, outdated readings that invoke metaphors of paralysis and stagnation to understand the book. Challenging these canonical notions about mobility, paralysis, identity, and gender in Joyce’s work, the ten essays here suggest that Dubliners is full of incredible movement. By embracing this paradigm shift, current and future scholars can open themselves up to the possibility of seeing that movement, maybe even noticing it for the first time, can yield surprisingly fresh twenty-first-century readings. 

 

Rio Matchett, ed. / The Agenbite: A James Joyce Web Zine 2 (2017)

JJBN: MATCHETT-2017

Ed. Matchett, Rio. The Agenbite: A James Joyce Web Zine 2 (2017).  

 

CONTENTS

 

1. Editor's Note / Rio Matchett

2. A Fabliaux Carnival: Anticipating Bloomsday / Michael Sullivan

3. "And Now a Word from James Joyce" / Dan Lesier

4. Joyce in the Age of Trump / Alyssa FIndlay

5. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Cuck / Cody Jarman

6. On Recreating Finnegans Wake in Audio / Graziano Galati 

7. Joyce the Chef / Seamus May

8. looking for dubliner in a country that would not reJoyce /paolo rodriguez

9. A 21st Century Molly Blooms: Excerpt from from Joyride to Jupider / Nuala O'Connor 

10. The Consciousness Effect / Elton Uliana

11. Review: David Norris Reads from Finnegans Wake / Rio Matchett

 

https://issuu.com/theagenbite/docs/agenbite2_final/14