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James Joyce & the Difference of Language
ed. Laurent Milesi (Cambridge University Press, 2003).

This volume "takes a fresh look at Joyce's writing by placing his writing at the intersection of various critical perspectives" linguistics, philosophy, feminism, psychoanlaysis, postcolonialism & intertextuality." Contributors include Fritz Senn, Benoit Tadie, Marie-Dominique Garnier, Derek Attridge, Lucia Boldrini, Sam Slote, and others.

ISBN 0 521 62337 5
Hardcover
232pp
www.cambridge.org



PANAROMA DO FINNEGANS WAKE
AUGUSTO & HARALDO DE CAMPOS
(SAO PAULO: EDITORA PERSPECTIVA, 2001)

Translations and "transcreations" of Finnegans Wake in/to Portuguese ("from Blasil the Brast to our povotogesus portocall") by two of the major concrete poets & theoreticians of the second half of the 20th century.

Contact:
Augusto de Campos or the publishers:
Editora Perspectiva,
Av. Brigadeiro Luis Antonio, 3025
01401-000--Sao Paulo--SP--Brasil




Further Notices (see editorial)
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joycemedia
james joyce, hypermedia & textual genetics

Mark Nunes, Laurent Milesi, Daniel Ferrer,
Michael Groden, Donald F Theall, Dirk Van Hulle,
Darren Tofts, Louis Armand, Alan R. Roughley,
Marlena Corcoran & Thomas Jackson Rice
















Edited by Louis Armand.
Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004
164pp. ISBN 80-239-2266-1
Orders can be made through Shakespeare & sons Bookstore
www.shakes.cz or info@shakes.cz


Also new, from Karolinum/Charles University  Press in Prague:
TECHNE: Joyce, Hypertext & Technology, by Louis Armand
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