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THE EUROPEAN JAMES JOYCE FORUM
FLYING BY THE NET: JAMES JOYCE IN CYBERSPACE
JOYCE'S HYPERTEXTS: HYPERTEXT'S JOYCE
JAMES JOYCE'S ULYSSES IN HYPERMEDIA
JAMES JOYCE RESOURCES
JAMES JOYCE: THE BRAZEN HEAD
THE JAMES JOYCE MUSEUM
JAMES JOYCE PARLOUR
SUSAN WEIL: EAR'S EYE FOR JAMES JOYCE
THE QUINCUNX: JAMES JOYCE AT PAMONA COLLEGE
WORK IN PROGRESS: A JAMES JOYCE WEBSITE
THE GUARDIAN, EDUCATION RESOURCES "JAMES JOYCE"
Site contains the following links:
Circe in hypertext
A site that examines the Circe chapter of Ulysses. The full text of the chapter is provided along with Don Gifford's annotations, relevant pages from Harry Blamire's Bloomsday Book, the introduction from the Ulysses Readthrough project and notes from Richard Ellmann's biography of Joyce
Cuts from Exiles
A copy of a manuscript containing dialogue for Joyce's play, Exiles. The dialogue was not included in the final version of the play. For this reason it is useful for anyone interested in genesis of the play.
Dublin Evening Telegraph, 16 June 1904
Of interest to anyone studying Ulysses. This site contains a reconstruction of the whole of The Dublin Evening Telegraph for 16th June 1904. There is also a fictionalised version incorporating references from Ulysses, however this is only available for a small fee.
Want to see the old haunts of James Joyce for yourself? This site from The Irish Times has a photo essay of Joyce's Dublin and other interesting pages including a graphic interpretation of the wanderings of Stephen and Leopold.
Finnegans Wake: excerpts and annotations
This site includes a number of excerpts from Finnegans Wake with hypertext annotations and examples of Joyce's revisions. Could be very useful for conducting close readings of the text as there are a number of hypertext links from the text to the relevant annotations.
Full text: Dubliners
The full text of Dubliners indexed by story. Also includes a very good search facility that looks for any word or phrase that you enter.
Full text: Portrait of the Artist
The full text of A Portrait of the Artist indexed by chapter. Also includes a very good search facility that looks for any word or phrase that you enter.
Full text: Ulysses
The full text of Ulysses indexed by chapter. Also includes a very good search facility that looks for any word or phrase that you enter.
A site devoted to the work, life and study of James Joyce. Contains a number of essays on Dubliners, Portrait of the Artist, Ulysses and Finnegans Wake and a good biography of Joyce's life.
Joyce Carol Oates on Ulysses
A very comprehensive essay that examines Joyce's comic vision in Ulysses. Oates sees Ulysses as a Swiftian satire and he looks at the comic in Joyce's style, structure and characters, areas that are often overlooked in Joycean criticism.
Joyce reads from the Wake
On this site you can hear Joyce read from Finnegans Wake. The corresponding text is also included. You need to have RealAudio to be able to listen to the reading but you can download this from the site.
This site has the text for some of Joyce's poems. Poems included are Chamber Music (II and IV) and a collection from Pomes Penyeach. Although the site is still under construction it promises regular updates of more poems.
Joyce's schema for Ulysses
A chart representing one of the two schemas Joyce used to describe the structures of Ulysses. The charts were drafted at a late stage in the writing of Ulysses and are not Joyce's "blueprint" for the novel but do give a useful idea of its structure and would prove useful in producing a timeline of the novel.
Map of the Dublin of Ulysses
A map of modern day Dublin with links to descriptions of locations with their relevance to Joyce's work. Contains locations form Ulysses, Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist. Useful in putting some of the stories in context.
A collection of essays and papers on Joyce from a number of different writers. The essays are mostly concerned with Ulysses and Finnegans Wake. This site also includes a useful bibliography of paper-based Joycean criticism.
The origins of Finnegans Wake
This site looks at Joyce's notes for Finnegans Wake, in sequence, along with the first draft versions of the first four "Finn's Hotel" vignettes. The site also gives biographical information putting Joyce's notes into the context of his life at the time of writing.
Ulysses for dummies: the cartoon version
A site that contains animated cartoons of episodes from Ulysses with brief text accompaniment. The animations are very basic but this site could be useful if you wish to produce a timeline of the novel.