Volume 41, Number 4





Book Reviews



Raising the Wind
Sean Latham, Editor



Why Public Performances of James Joyce’s Works Are Not a Thing of the Past
Robert Spoo

Beer and Roaming in Prague: A Report on the Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Irish Literature, Charles University, 24-28 July 2005
Mark A. Wollaeger



Solar Patriot: Oliver St. John Gogarty in Ulysses
John Noel Turner and Marc A. Mamigonian

Catechistics, or, Where Was Moses When the Candle Went Out?: Q, A, and Hospitality in “Ithaca”
Tony Thwaites

The Ass and the Four: Oppositional Figures for the Reader in Finnegans Wake
Anne L. Cavender

Unfacts and Evidencegivers: Rumor, Population, and History in Finnegans Wake
Janine M. Utell

Joyce, Lyotard, and Art as Damnation
Sheldon Brivic

Selling “Work in Progress”
Stephen John Dilks

Joyce’s Merrimanic Heroine: Molly vs. Bloom in Midnight Court
James A. W. Heffernan

“What the Thunder Says”: Primitivism, Vico, Molly Bloom
Robert Hurd

William S. Brockman



A Soporific Note on the Harp in Joyce’s “Two Gallants”
Steven Doloff

The Source of Hell: Professor Pokorny of Vienna in Ulysses
Pól Ó Dochartaigh

A Brief Commentary on “The Source of Hell: Professor Pokorny of Vienna in Ulysses
Fritz Senn

Who Is “He”?
Sienna Parulis-Cook


Talking of Dreams
Gerald Dawe

Corrigenda: For “Stately plump...” to “yes I will Yes” read:
Ross G. Arthur

“Buck Up!”
Simon Loekle



Introducing Modernism
Jesse Matz


Joyce’s Revenge: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in “Ulysses” by Andrew Gibson
James Fairhall

James Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”: A Casebook, edited by Mark A. Wollaeger
R. Brandon Kershner

James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: A Casebook, edited by Derek Attridge
Moshe Gold

Joyce Studies in Italy 7: The Benstock Library as a Mirror of Joyce, edited by Rosa Maria Bosinelli and Franca Ruggieri
Laura Pelaschiar

European Joyce Studies 15: Cultural Studies of James Joyce, edited by R. Brandon Kershner
Adrian Peever

“Joyce in Art,” curated by Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes and Patrick T. Murphy
Anthony Downey

Ireland’s Others: Ethnicity and Gender in Contemporary Irish Literature and Culture, by Elizabeth Butler Cullingford
John McCourt

Exile, Emigration, and Irish Writing, by Patrick Ward
Sean P. Murphy

Modernism, Ireland, and the Erotics of Memory, by Nicholas Andrew Miller
Enda Duffy

Violence and Modernism: Ibsen, Joyce, and Woolf, by William A. Johnsen
Lee A. Jacobus

Proust, Mann, Joyce in the Modernist Context, by Gerald Gillespie
Cyraina Johnson-Roullier

Physiology and the Literary Imagination: Romantic to Modern, by John Gordon
Hermione de Almeida

Wyndham Lewis and Expressionism, by Sheila Watson
Tyrus Miller


Sandra Tropp, Dan Dervin, Sheldon Brivic, the International James Joyce Foundation



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