9780861404094

Images of Joyce

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  • ISBN13:

    9780861404094

  • ISBN10:

    0861404092

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1998-11-01
  • Publisher: Colin Smythe Ltd
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Summary

The two volumes of this series contain the proceedings of the Twelfth International James Joyce Symposium held in Monte Carlo in June 1990 under the auspices of the Princess Grace Irish Library and the patronage of H. S. H. Rainer III, Sovereign Prince of Monaco. The first volume contains general and biographical essays and those dealing with theoretical and linguistic matters, sources, influences, and comparative studies.

Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE
Introduction
Programme and Participants
1(9)
Editorial Preface
10(1)
Opening Addresses: C. George Sandulescu
11(2)
H. S. H. Princess Caroline
13(2)
Stephen James Joyce
15(4)
Michael W. J. Smurfit
19(2)
C. George Sandulescu: Image of Him
21(2)
General and Biographical
Joyce, Jewish Identity, and the Paris Bourse
23(24)
Neil Davison
Jimmy Joyce vs the 'Old Hag with the Yellow Teeth': 'The Great Squaw Victoria'
47(9)
John C. Hawley
Authorizing the Reader: Ulysses, 'Freewriting', and Artifacts of Popular Culture in the Undergraduate Classroom
56(9)
Garry Leonard
Purple Passages and Ellipsoidal Balls -- Joycean (Con)texts: A Subversive View of Joyce's 'Villanelle' of The Temptress
65(12)
David Norris
Theoretical and Linguistic
Joycean Hypercriticism
77(8)
Richard Brown
The Rhetoric of Readerly Vraisemblance and the Strategies of Joyce's Rewritings
85(19)
Monika Fludernik
(Ch)oral Voices and Linguistic Utopias
104(7)
Jesus Garcia Gabaldon
Joyce and Feminism Encore: Gazing at Gerty MacDowell
111(16)
Suzette Henke
Durkheimian Sensibilities in Joyce: Anomie and the Social Suicide
127(11)
Randy Malamud
Joyce, Feminisms, and History
138(14)
Margot Norris
Joyce's Perverse Modernism
152(5)
Jean-Michel Rabate
In/Out
157(6)
Mark Troy
Sources, Influences, Comparative Studies
'The Last Word in Stolentelling: I had it from Lamppost Shawe'
163(20)
Martha F. Black
The Rule of Analogy and Contrappasso: Babel, Dante, Joyce and the Redemption of language
183(5)
Lucia Boldrini
Dante as Refrigerator or Dante as an ambiguous sign in Joyce's texts
188(7)
Richard Brown
Aristotle's Masterpiece : Nora's Source Book
195(13)
Sheon Joo Chin
James Joyce and Oscar Wilde
208(21)
Willi Erzgraber
Rios's Larva: Midsummer Night's Babel and Finnegans Wake: Just Desserts after Quashed Potatoes
229(8)
Richard Francis
The World's Strongest Man: Joyce or Sandow?
237(16)
Brandon Kershner
'O Lord I must stretch myself': Molly Bloom and Frankenstein
253(13)
Sebastian Knowles
Charlie Chaplin and Leopold Bloom
266(13)
Albert Montesi
Joyce and the Victorians
279(7)
Josef Pesch
From Heaven to Earth: of Love and angel Woman in Dante's 'Vita Nova' and Joyce's 'Araby'
286(5)
Valeria Raglianti
Russian Acquaintances: Notes on Joyce and Dostoevsky
291(8)
Hannu Riikonen
Cleaning Women and Prostitutes: Figures in the Dark in To the Lighthouse and Ulysses
299(11)
Michael Tratner
'B...'
310(5)
Mark Troy
Joyce and Protestant Sainthood
315(13)
Bjorn Tysdahl
McLuhan's Joyce
328(9)
Lorraine Weir
James Joyce, Charlie Chaplin and the Marx Brothers
337(9)
Gosta Werner
Beckett's Missing Word
346(7)
Toby S. Zinman
Chamber Music
New Ways of Looking at Chamber Music
353(9)
Myra Russel
Dubliners
Sense Deprivation in 'After the Race' and a 'Painful Case'
362(10)
George L. Coleman
Indirect Questions in Dubliners
372(8)
Liisa Dahl
'The Story of the Injured Lady': Gender and lntertextuality in Dubliners
380(13)
Therese Fisher-Seidel
Humour in Dubliners -- A Passed-Over Element
393(15)
Johannes Hedberg
K-marked Names in Dubliners
408(8)
James Mcnally
The Unnarrated in Dubliners
416(8)
Harold Mosher
The Geometry of Meaning in Dubliners: An Euclidian Approach
424
Thomas J. Rice

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