James Joyce

CONTENTS

Special Prague Symposium Issue (2010-2011)

 

Editorial Note

 

I. 2010 XXIInd Prague International James Joyce Symposium - A Report

 

Joyce in Prague, June 13-18, 2010

Ian Hays

 

II. 2010 XXIInd Prague International James Joyce Symposium - A Selection of Essays

 

“Proteus”: Signs and Signatures of Modern Allegory. A Portrait of the Artist as an Interpreter

Silvia Annavini

 

Searching for Voyages in China by Viator: Some Possible Sources

Susan Bazargan

 

How Limited is Your Edition? Meditations on a New Wake

Tim Conley

 

...Slowly....Slowly...Catch a Self...

Mark Corcoran

 

"genghis is ghoon for you": Guinness, Capitalism, and Nationalism in Finnegans Wake

Cat Gubernatis Dannen

 

Escaping History: Gnostic and Hermetic Trajectories in Joyce's Ulysses

Nick De Marco

 

Falling into Heidegger and Joyce: HCE and Dasein as Existential Narrative

Michael Gilbert

 

Grain or Grape: The Semiotics of Sauce

John Gordon

 

On the Footsteps of Shahrzad in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake: The Rustle of Persian Language

Leila Baradaran Jamili

 

"Phonoscopically Incuriosited": Phoneme Within Mechanisms Of Finnegans Wake

Sonja Jankov

 

Slices Of Life: The Artist As Vivisector In Giacomo Joyce

Mark David Kaufman

 

The Sands Of Pleasure: Prostitution And Modernity

R. Brandon Kershner

 

"Part to Hole Duty" (FW 18.31): Synecdoche in Roman Jakobson and James Joyce

Mary Libertin

 

Melville Be Melville Before Joyce: A Most Unlikely Palimpsest

Jesse H McKnight

 

The Ambiguities of the Joycean Adverb: From Temporal and Logical Disruptions to Optical Disorders

Caroline Morillot

 

"Saor an tSeanbhean Bhocht !":A Plummy, Postcolonial Progression from Hag to Spéirbhean in Joyce's Ulysses

Christin Mary Mulligan

 

The question of "alterity" and Stephen's search for an origin in "being" in Ulysses

Patricia Pericic

 

“Bloom’s Dark Eyes Went By”: Vision, Sound, and the Imperative of the Opaque Sign

Lindsey Pollock

 

Joyce and Kafka: Visual Technologies, Pleasure and Anxiety

Katharine Streip

 

"The Sisters", "The Dead", and Ron Butlin's Night Visits

Elizabeth Kate Switaj

 

A Portrait as a Counseling Case Study

Jerry L. Terrill

 

James Joyce's Finnegans Wake: A Universal Culture

Bahman Zarrinjooee

 

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