James Joyce Criticism - File 1: Annual Listings (Monographs)


File 1

General Index

Annual Listing: Monographs, &c.

*i.e., Biography or Reference, or else individual works (e.g., Dubliners, Ulysses, &c.)

 
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Additional sources (Appendix & Links)

... [or see contents page - attached].

[ Len Platt, “References to Madame Blavatsky and her ideas in the Wake – An Annotated List” (2008) - online. ]

Note: The list of secondary works given here does not include works on specific titles (e.g., Dubliners, A Portrait, Ulysses, Finnegans Wake). For these, see under “Criticism Listed by Type or Title” - File 3 [infra]. The tables of contents of numerous works given here are listed in a separate file and made accessible in each case by a handy link.

Annual Listing of Joyce Criticism: Monographs
    1924-70
  • Herbert S[herman] Gorman, James Joyce: His First Forty Years (NY: Huebsch 1924; Viking Press & Huebsch 1925; London: Geoffrey Bles [1926]), [iv], 238pp., incl. “Selected List of Articles on Ulysses”, pp.233-34, & “Bibliography” [of works of Joyce], pp.235-38; Do. [facs. of 1926 Bles Edn.] (PA: Folcroft Library Editions 1971), [6], 238pp. [ltd. edn. of 150]; Do. [rep. of Huebsch 1924 Edn.] (NY: Haskell House Publishers 1974), 238pp.; and Do. [rep. of 1926 Bles Edn] (Philadelphia: R. West 1977), 238pp., ill. [facs. of first MS page of Ulysses, 1 lf.]. [Port. photo. above facs. holograph signature To John Quinn, James Joyce, Paris 7.2.1921; courtesy of John Quinn.]
  • Stuart Gilbert, James Joyce’s Ulysses: A Study (London: Faber & Faber [MCMXXX] 1930, 1932), 416pp.; Do. (NY: A.A. Knopf 1931), ix, 379, xixpp.; Do. [rep. with new pref.] (NY: Vintage Books 1952, 1955), ix, 405, xxvpp.; and Do. [2nd Edn.] (London: Faber 1952, 1960), 407pp., and Do. [Peregrine Books] (Harmondsworth: Penguin [in assoc. with Faber] 1963), 364pp.
  • Edmund Wilson, “James Joyce” [Chap. VI], Axel’s Castle: A Study in the Imaginative Literature of 1870-1930 (NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons 1931); Do. [another edn.] (London: Fontana Books 1961, 1984), pp.151-189. [Note renewal of copyright in 1959].
  • Charles Duff, James Joyce and the Plain Reader, with a prefatory letter by Herbert Read (London: D[esmond] Harmondsworth 1932), 75pp. [19cm], and Do. [facs. rep.] (NY: Haskell House 1971), 75pp.
  • Frank Budgen, James Joyce & The Making of “Ulysses” (London: Grayson & Grayson 1934, 1937), 319pp.; Do. [rep edn.], Introduction by Hugh Kenner [A Midland Book] (Indiana UP 1960 [4th rep. 1967]), 339pp., and Do. [rep. as] James Joyce and the Making of “Ulysses” and Other Writings, intro. by Clive Hart (OUP 1972, 1989) [see full text at Genetic Joyce Studies / Wisconsin Univ. - online].
  • Herbert S[herman] Gorman, James Joyce (NY: Farrar & Rhinehart 1939), and Do. [rev. edn.] (1948), &c.), v, 358pp., ill. [port. & facs.]; Do. [another edn.] James Joyce: A Definitive Biography (London: Bodley Head 1941), and Do. [rep.] (London: J. Lane 1949), 354pp.
  • Harry [Tuchman] Levin, James Joyce [The Makers of Modern Literature] (Conn: New Directions 1941), x, [2], 240pp.; Do. [another edn.] (London: Faber & Faber Mcmxliv [1944]), 168pp. [Bibl., 157ff.; Index, 163ff.; Pref. Eliot House, [Harvard] Cambridge, Mass., 3rd Oct. 1942]; Do. [2nd edn.; rev.] (London: Faber & Faber mcmlx [1960]; rep. mcmlxviii [1968]), 207pp. [no. bibl.]; Index, 201pp. [See remarks on this work under Notes, as infra.]
  • Seon Givens, ed., James Joyce: Two Decades of Criticism (NY: Vanguard Press 1948; rep. 1963) [see contents].
  • Jacques Mercanton, Poêtes de l’univers (Paris: Albert Skira 1947), 230pp. [on Joyce and Mann in two sections].
  • Oliver St. John Gogarty, James Augustine Joyce (Dallas: Times Herald 1949), [8]pp. [ltd. edn. 1,050 copies; prev. in Times Herald/Book News, 3 April 1949].
  • Maria Jolas, ed., James Joyce Yearbook (Paris: transition press 1949), 195pp. [see contents].
  • L. A. G. Strong, The Sacred River (London: [Theodore Brun]; Methuen 1949), q.pp.
  • Italo Svevo, James Joyce (San Francisco: City Lights Books 1950), q.pp
  • William York Tindall, James Joyce: His Way of Interpreting the Modern World (NY/ London: Charles Scribner’s Sons 1950), and Do., [another edn.] (NY UP 1956).
  • Aldous Huxley & Stuart Gilbert, Joyce, the Artificer: Two Studies of Joyce’s Method, with 5 collotype reproductions from the proofs of Ulysses and Tales of Shem and Shaun, together with a letter and notes thereon by J.Schwartz (London: Chiswick Press [n.p.]; for priv. circulation 1952), [19]pp., ill. [facs.], 28cm [90 copies, in portfolio].
  • Rolf Loehrich, The Secret of Ulysses: An Analysis of James Joyce’s Ulysses (London: Peter Owen 1955) [q.pp.].
  • Hugh Kenner, Dublin’s Joyce (London: Chatto & Windus 1955), 372pp., and Do. (Bloomington: Indiana UP 1956) [rep. edns. Boston: Beacon Press 1962; Columbia UP 1987].
  • Hugh MacDiarmid, In Memorial James Joyce, from a Vision of World Language (Glasgow: William Maclellan 1955; rep. 1956), 147pp. [poems].
  • Hugh MacDiarmaid, In Memoriam James Joyce: From a Vision of World Language (Glasgow: [On behalf of the Subscribers by William MacLellan 1955), 150pp., ill. [John Duncan Fergusson, decor.], and Do. [extract as] Poetry Like the Hawthorn, from “In Memoriam James Joyce” (Hemel Hempstead: Duncan Glen 1962), 5pp.
  • David Hayman, Joyce et Mallarmé: Les eléments Mallarmeéns dans l’oeuvre de Joyce, 2 vols. [Les cahiers de lettres modernes, 2; Confrontations] (Paris: Les Lettres Modernes 1956), 201pp.
  • Marvin Magalaner & Richard M. Kain, James Joyce: The Man, The Works, The Reputation [1956] (London; John Calder 1957), 377pp. [Bibl. & Index, p.351ff.; frontis. port. by Sean O’Sullivan, RHA]
  • William M. Schutte, Joyce and Shakespeare: A Study in the Meaning of Ulysses [Yale studies in English, 134] Yale UP 1957), and Do. [facs. rep.] (Folcroft Press, 1970; Archon Books 1971), xiv, 197pp.
  • Kevin Sullivan, Joyce Among the Jesuits (Columbia UP 1958, 1967), [7], 259pp., and Do. [rep.edn.] (Conn: Greenwood Press 1985), 259pp.
  • Louis Gillet, Claybook for James Joyce [Stèle pour James Joyce], trans. & intro. by Georges Markow-Totevy, with a preface by Leon Edel and an article by André Gide (NY/London: Abelard-Schuman 1958), 135pp.
  • Louis Gillet, trans. by Georges Markow-Totevy, Claybook for James Joyce (NY/London: Abelard-Schuman 1958), 135pp. [see also Willard Potts]
  • Marvin Magalaner, Time of Apprenticeship: The Fiction of Young James Joyce (NY/London: Abelard-Schuman 1959), 192pp. [Chap. 3 present the Ur-text of “The Sisters”].
  • James S. Atherton, The Books at the Wake: A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce’s “Finnegans Wake” (Carbondale: S. Illinois UP; London: Faber & Faber 1959), 307pp. [see editions under Reference > Finnegans Wake - infra];
  • William York Tindall, A Reader’s Guide to James Joyce (NY: Noonday [Farrar, Straus & Giroux] 1959); Do. (London: Thames & Hudson 1960); Do. (Octagon Books 1971), and Do. (Syracuse UP 1995) [all 304pp.; available at Google Books online]
  • William York Tindall, The Joyce Country (Pennsylvania State UP 1960, 162pp. [cloth-bound irreg. shape, 22cm; chiefly consisting of with photo ills., pp.9-162 - with brief text on facing page, r.; Preface [pp.1-8; double-col.]; signed Columbia University Bloomsday 1960; cloth bount]; Do. [another edn.] (NY: Schocken Books 1972), 182pp.
  • A. Walton Litz, The Art of James Joyce: Method and Design in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake (London: OUP 1961), xi, 152pp. [with facs.].
  • S[amuel] L[ois] Goldberg, The Classical Temper: A Study of James Joyce’s Ulysses (London: Chatto & Windus 1961, 1969), 346pp.;
  • David Hayman, ed. [sous la direction de], James Joyce [La revue des lettres modernes, 117-122 / Configurations Critiques, 9] (Paris: Minard/Lettres Modernes 1965- ).
  • Joseph Majault, Joyce [Editions universitaire] (Paris: Editions de Minuit 1963), 109pp.
  • Anthony Burgess, Re Joyce (NY: W. W. Norton & Co. 1965), 272pp.
  • Thomas Staley, ed. James Joyce Today: Essays on the Major Works (Indiana UP 1966; rep. 1970), viii, 183pp. [see contents].
  • S. L. Goldberg, James Joyce (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd; NY: Barnes 1962), 120pp.; Do. [rep. edn.] (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd 1969).
  • Hugh Kenner, The Stoic Comedians: Flaubert, Joyce, Beckett (California UP 1962).
  • Arnold Goldman, The Joyce Paradox: Form and Freedom in His Fiction (Northwestern UP 1966).
  • Gisèle Freund & V. B. Carleton, James Joyce in Paris: His Final Years (NY: Harcourt Brace & World 1965; London: Cassell 1966), ix, 117pp. [Freund’s photos, Carleton’s text]; see also Three Days with James Joyce (NY: Persea Books).
  • Jack P. Dalton & Clive Hart, eds., Twelve and a Tilly: Essays on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Finnegans Wake (London: Faber & Faber 1966), 142pp. [see contents].
  • B. J. Tysdall, Joyce and Ibsen: A Study of Literary Influence (Oslo: Norwegian UP 1968).
  • Anthony Burgess, Re Joyce (NY: W.W. Norton 1968), 276pp.
  • Maurice Harmon, ed., The Celtic Master: Contributions to the First James Joyce Symposium held in 1967 (Dolmen Press 1969).

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    1971-80
  • Joseph Majault, James Joyce, trans. by trans. J[ohn] M. S. Stewart (London: Merlin 1971).
  • John Gross, James Joyce [Modern Masters]; (London: Fontana 1971).
  • Maurice Beja, Epiphany and the Modern Novel (London: Peter Owen 1971).
  • Homer Obed Brown, James Joyce’s Early Fiction: The Biography of a Form (Cleveland: Case Western Reserve UP 1972).
  • Hélène Cixous, trans. by Sally A. J. Purcell, The Exile of James Joyce [orig. as l’Exil de James Joyce, Paris: Bertrand Grasset 1972] (NY: David Lewis 1972; London: Calder 1976), 765pp. [Bibl. & Index, 747ff.; incls. full copy of 1904 “Portrait” Essay, pp.206-12].
  • Hugh Kenner, The Pound Era: The Age of Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, James Joyce and Wyndham Lewis (California UP 1971, 1973), xiv, 606pp., ill. [rep. London: Faber & Faber 1975; London: Pimlico, 1991]
  • Richard K. Kross, Flaubert and Joyce: The Rite of Fiction (Princeton UP 1971).
  • Malcolm Brown, The Politics of Irish Literature: From Thomas Davis to W. B. Yeats (Seattle: Washington UP; London: Allen & Unwin 1972) [see contents].
  • William Robert Rodgers, Irish Literary Portraits: W.B. Yeats, James Joyce, George Moore, George Bernard Shaw, Oliver St John Gogarty, F.R. Higgins, A.E. [broadcast conversations with those who knew them]; (London: BBC 1972).
  • Nathan Halper, The Early James Joyce [Columbia Essays on Modern Writers, 68] (Columbia UP 1973), 48pp.
  • Anthony Burgess, Joysprick: An Introduction to the Language of James Joyce (André Deutsch 1973)
  • Jacques Aubert, Introduction a l’Esthetique de James Joyce (Paris: Didier 1973), 199pp. [see English trans., as infra].
  • Claude Jacquet, Joyce et Rabelais: aspects de la création verbale dans “Finnegans Wak”e (Paris: Didier 1973).
  • Mark Shechner, Joyce in Nighttown: A Psychoanalytical Inquiry into “Ulysses” (California Press UP 1974), 285pp.
  • Kenneth Grose, James Joyce [Literature in Perspective Ser.] ([London]: Evans Bros. 1975), q.pp.
  • Riana O'Dwyer, "Irish History in Finnegans Wake: The Structural and Thematic Use of Irish History in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake" [PhD] (McMaster University 1976), viii, 343. [[supervised by Brian John; available online].
  • Breon Mitchell, James Joyce and the German Novel (Ohio UP 1976), 194pp.
  • Kathleen McGrory & John Unterecker, eds., Yeats, Joyce, and Beckett: New Light on Three Modern Irish writers (Lewisburg: Bucknell UP [1976]), 184pp., ill. [incls. Chronological Bibliography of Works compiled by William York Tindall, pp.183-84].
  • Roland McHugh, The Sigla of “Finnegans Wake” (London: Edward Arnold 1976), 150pp. [see full-text at Genetic Joyce Studies, Wisconsin - online].
  • W. B. Stanford, Ireland and the Classical Tradition (IAP 1976; 1984), pp.102-09.
  • Richard Ellmann, The Consciousness of Joyce (London: Faber & Faber 1977), 150pp. [incls. listing of Joyce’s personal library in Trieste as Appendix, pp.97-134; see note].
  • Brendan Ó Hehir & John M. Dillon, A Classical Lexicon for “Finnegans Wake”: A Glossary of the Greek and Latin in the Major Works of Joyce, including “Finnegans Wake”, the Poems, “Dubliners”, Stephen Hero, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”, Exiles, and Ulysses (California UP 1977), xxi, 653pp. [see full-text at Genetic Joyce Studies, Wisconsin - online];
  • C. H. Peake, James Joyce: The Citizen and The Artist (Stanford UP 1977; London: Arnold 1980), x, 369pp. [see full text at Genetic Joyce Studies / Wisconsin Univ. - online].
  • Robert Boyle, James Joyce’s Pauline Vision: A Catholic Exposition (Illinois UP; London: Feffer & Simons 1978, 1981), xvii, 125pp.
  • Colin MacCabe, James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word [Language, Discource & Society Ser.] (London: Macmillan 1978, 1979), x, 186pp. [see contents], and Do. [2nd edn.; enl.] (London: Palgrave 2003), xxxv, 250pp. [see contents].
  • Matthew C. J. Hodgart, James Joyce: A Student’s Guide (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1978), viii, 196pp.
  • Hugh Kenner, Joyce’s Voices [T. S. Eliot Memorial Lectures] (London: Faber & Faber 1978), xiii, 120pp.
  • C. George Sandelescu, Joycean Monologue: The Joycean Monologue: A Study of Character and Monologue in Joyce’s Ulysses against the Background of Literary Tradition (Wake Newslitter: Colchester 1979); and Do. [rev. edn.] (Bucharest: Editura Pentru Literatură Contemporană 2010), [pref. signed Monaco 2010; available online].
  • George J. Watson, Irish Identity and the Literary Revival: Synge, Yeats, Joyce, and O’ Casey (London: Croom Helm 1979).
  • George J. Watson, Irish Identity and the Literary Revival: Synge, Yeats, Joyce, and O’ Casey (London: Croom Helm 1979) [see contents].
  • Dominic Manganiello, Joyce’s Politics (London: Routledge 1980), 260pp. [Notes, p.235ff; Index, p.251ff.].
  • Paul P. J. Caspel, Bloomers on the Liffey: Eisegetical Readings of James Joyce’s Ulysses Part II (Groningen 1980), 292pp. [thesis];
  • Sheldon Brivic, Joyce between Freud and Jung (London: Nat. Univ. Publications 1980).
  • Robert Kiely, Beyond Egotism: The Fiction of James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and D. H. Lawrence (Harvard UP 1980), 244pp.
  • Christopher Butler, After the Wake: An Essay on the Contemporary Avant-garde (Oxford: OUP 1980), xi, 177pp., ill. [8pp.. of pls.]
  • Vladimir Nabokov, Lecture on Ulysses: facsimile of the manuscript, with a foreword by A. Walton Litz (Mich: Bruccoli Clark 1980), 144pp.
  • Elliot B. Gose, Jr., The Transformation Process in James Joyce’s Ulysses (Toronto UP 1980), 228pp.

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    1981-84
  • Jackson Cope, Joyce’s Cities: Archaeologies of the Soul (Johns Hopkins UP 1981), xii,144pp.
  • Sydney Bolt, A Preface to James Joyce (London: Longman 1981, 1992), and Do. [2nd edn.] (2000), xiii, 202pp.
  • John Gordon, James Joyce’s Metamorphoses (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1981), 207pp.
  • Mairead Byrne & Harry Sharpe, A Clew (Dublin: Bluett [Northern Press] 1981), [35]pp., ill.
  • Karen Lawrence, The Odyssey of Style in “Ulysses” (Princeton UP 1981), xii, 233pp. [see full text at Genetic Joyce Studies / Wisconsin Univ. - online].
  • Bruce Bradley, James Joyce’s Schooldays (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1982), 179pp., ill. [facs. ports.].
  • David Norris, Joyce’s Dublin (Dublin: Eason & Son 1982), 28pp.
  • Geoffey Soar & Richard Brown, ed. [comp.], Joyce and the Joyceans: An Exhibition [at] Flaxman Gallery, University College, London, Library [based on holdings of the James Joyce Centre, Univ. Coll. London; 2 Feb.-12 March 1982] (London: The Library 1982), [i] ii, 1-21 [22]pp.
  • E. L. Epstein, ed., A Starchamber Quiry: A James Joyce Centennial Volume 1882-1982 (London: Methuen 1982), 164pp. [see contents].
  • Jean-Paul Riquelme, Teller and Tale in Joyce’s Fiction: Oscillating Perspectives (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP 1983), xvi, 270pp.
  • Hugh Kenner, A Colder Eye: The Modern Irish Writers (NY: Alfred Knopf 1983; Penguin 1984), and Do. [rep. edn.] Johns Hopkins UP 1989), xiv, 301pp.
  • David A White, The Grand Continuum: Reflections on Joyce and Metaphysics (Pittsburgh UP/London: Feffer & Simmons 1983), xxi, 200pp.
  • David G. Wright, Characters of Joyce (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan; NJ: Barnes & Noble 1983), x, 129pp.
  • Katie Wales, James Joyce and the Forging of Irish English [British Library Centre for the Book] (BLCB 1993), 24pp.
  • Bonnie Kime Scott, Joyce and Feminism (Indiana UP; Brighton: Harvester Wheatsheaf 1984), x, 242pp.
  • Patrick Parrinder, James Joyce (Cambridge UP 1984), ix, 262pp.
  • Marguerite Harkness, The Aesthetics of Dedalus and Bloom (Bucknell UP; London: AUP 1984), 212pp. [Formerly a dissertation as: ‘Nineteenth-century Roots, Structural Metaphors and Resolutions’ (Michigan Univ. 1974)].
  • Giorgio Melchior, ed., Joyce in Rome: The Genesis of Ulysses - a selection of inter-related contributions to the Rome Joyce centenary celebrations (Rome: Bulzoni 1984), 153pp.
    Seamus Deane, Heroic Styles: The Tradition of an Idea [Field Day Pamph. No. 4]; (Derry: Field Day 1984), rep. in Ireland’s Field Day, ed. Roger McHugh (Derry: Field Day Theatre Co. 1985), pp.45-59.
  • Fritz Senn, Joyce’s Dislocutions: Essays on Reading as Translation, ed. by John Paul Riquelme (Baltimore/London: Johns Hopkins UP 1984), xxx,225pp. [UMI Books on Demand 1994].
  • Lyndsey Tucker, Stephen and Bloom at Life’s Feast: Alimentary Symbolism and the Creative Process in James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Ohio State UP 1984), 177pp.

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    1985-89
  • Bernard Benstock, James Joyce [Life & Literature Ser.] (NY: Unger 1985), xvii, 202pp.
  • Thomas Jackson Rice, James Joyce: Life, Work, and Criticism [Authoritative Studies in World Literature] (Canada: York Press [1985]), 46pp.
  • Noel Riley Fitch, Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation: A History of Literary Paris in the 1920s and 1930s (NY: Norton; London: Penguin 1985), 447pp.
  • Richard Brown, James Joyce and Sexuality (Cambridge UP 1985; reps. 1988, 1990), vii, 224pp. [see details] based on PhD thesis, “The Sexual Pretext: An Examination of Sexual Themes in Joyce’s Reading and the Engagement of his Writings in Contemporary Discussions of Sexuality”, PhD London Univ. 1981.]
  • Sheldon Brivic, Joyce the Creator (Wisconsin UP 1985), 177pp. [incl. appendix: ‘Synchronicities in Ulysses’, pp.145-53].
  • Richard Ellmann, Wilde, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett: Four Dubliners (Washington DC: Library of Congress 1986).
  • Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon, and David Norris, eds., James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium [Papers presented at Eighth International James Joyce Symposium (Illinois UP 1986), xv, 23pp. [see details].
  • Donald T. Torchiana, Backgrounds for Joyce’s Dubliners (Boston: Allen & Unwin 1986), xiv, 283pp.
    Cheryl Herr, Joyce’s Anatomy of Culture (Illinois: Urbana 1986), xiii, 314pp.
  • George Sandelescu, The Language of the Devil (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1987).
  • Stanley Sultan, Eliot, Joyce and Co. (Oxford: OUP 1987), xiv, 326pp. [another edn. NY: OUP 1990].
  • Friedhelm Rathjen, Dublin, Bargfeld: von James Joyce zu Arno Schmidt (Frankfurt am Main: Bangert & Metzler 1987), 137pp. [reiss. as Dritte Weg: Kontexte für Arno Schmidt und James Joyce (Scheessel: Edition ReJoyce 2005), 167pp.]
  • Bonnie Kime Scott, James Joyce [Feminist Readings] (Brighton: Harvester; NJ: Humanties Press International 1987), xvii, 158pp.
  • Jacques Aubert, [ed.,] Joyce avec Lacan: Jacques Lacan ... (et al.); sous la direction de Jacques Aubert; préface de Jacques-Alain Miller [Bibliothèque des Analytica] (Paris: Navarin / Diffusion Seuil [1987]), 211pp., ill. [see contents].
  • Stanley Sultan, Eliot, Joyce & Company (Oxford: OUP 1987), 330pp. [partially available at Google Books - online.]
  • David Lloyd, Nationalism and Minor Literature: James Clarence Mangan and the Emergence of Irish Cultural Nationalism (Berkeley: Cal. UP 1987) [see contents].
  • Donald Phillip Verene, ed., Vico and Joyce (NY: SUNY 1987), xiii, 241p. [see contents].
  • Derek Attridge, Peculiar Language: Literature as Difference from the Renaissance to James Joyce (Ithaca: Cornell UP 1988).
  • Patrick McGee, Paperspace: Style as Ideology in Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Nebraska UP 1988), x, 243pp.
  • Bernard Benstock, The Augmented Ninth: Proceedings of the Ninth International James Joyce Symposium, Frankfurt, 1984 (Syracuse UP 1988) xi, 369pp. [contribs. incl. Jacques Derrida & Julia Kristeva].
  • Vicki Mahaffy, Reauthorizing Joyce (Cambridge UP 1988); and Do. [2nd rev. edn.; Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP 1995), xix, 222pp. [bibl. pp.215-17].
  • Craig Hansen Werner, Dubliners: A Pluralist World [Twayne Masterwork Studies, 20] (Boston: Twayne Publ. 1988), xiv, 138pp., ill. [1p pls.].
  • J. B. Lyons, Thrust Syphilis Down to Hell (Dun Laoghaire: Glendale 1988).
  • Farrell Gunning, Bloomsday (Dublin: DBA Publications 1988) [q.pp.].
  • Frances L. Restuccia, Joyce and the Law of the Father (New Haven/London: Yale UP 1988), xvii, 196pp.
  • William Carpenter, Death and Marriage: Structural Metaphors for the Work of Art in Joyce and Mallarmé [Garland Publications in Comparative Literature] (NY: Garland Publ. 1988), 237pp.
  • Ira Bruce Nadel, Joyce and the Jews (London: Macmillan 1989; Florida UP 1996).
  • Michael Patrick Gillespie, Reading the Book of Himself: Narrative Strategies in the Works of James Joyce (Ohio State UP 1989), 300pp.
  • Morris Beja & Shari Benstock, eds., Coping with Joyce: Essays from the Copenhagen Symposium (Ohio State UP 1989), xviii, 280pp.
  • Umberto Eco, The Aesthetics of Choasmos: The Middle Ages of James Joyce (Harvard UP 1989) [reprint of trans. from Tulsa UP].
  • Diana A. Ben-Merre & Maureen Murphy, James Joyce and His Contemporaries (Conn: Greenwood 1989), 208pp.
  • R. B. Kershner, Joyce, Bakhtin, and Popular Literature: Chronicles of Disorder (N. Carolina UP 1989), xi, 338pp.
  • Christine van Boheemen, ed., Joyce, Modernity, and Its Mediation [European Joyce Studies, 1; gen. ed. Fritz Senn] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 1989), 228pp. [see contents].
  • Morris Beja, Joyce: The Artist Manqué and Indeterminacy (Gerrards Cross: Smythe 1989) [pamph., Princess Grace Irish Library Lectures].

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    1990-94
  • Suzette Henke, James Joyce and the Politics of Desire (London: Routledge 1990).
  • David Lodge, ‘Mimesis and Diegesis in Modern Fiction’, in After Bakhtin: Essays on Fiction and Criticism (London: Routledge 1990) [Chap. 2].
  • Geert Lernout, The French Joyce (Ann Arbor: Michigan UP 1990), vi, 291pp.
  • Alan Roughley, James Joyce and Critical Theory: An Introduction (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan 1991), 291pp.
  • Reed Way Dasenbrock, Imitating the Italians: Wyatt, Spenser, Synge, Pound, Joyce (Johns Hopkins UP 1991), xiv,282pp.
  • John Blades, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man [Penguin Critical Studies] (Harmondsworth: Penguin 1991), ix, 196pp. [A Level Studies].
  • Stephen Watt, Joyce, O’Casey, and the Irish Popular Theater [Irish studies] (Syracuse UP 1991), xvi, 277pp.
  • Kimberley Devlin, Wandering and Return in Finnegans Wake: An Integrative Approach to Joyce’s Fiction (Princeton UP 1991), q.pp.
  • Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, James Joyce and the Tradition of Anti-Colonial Revolution [Working Papers Ser. of Comparative American Cultures Dept] (Washington State Univ. 1999), 20pp.
  • Jacques Aubert, The Aesthetics of James Joyce [trans. from French by the author] (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP 1992) [see orig., as supra].
  • Richard Brown, James Joyce: A Post-Culturalist Perspective [Macmillan Modern Novelists] (London: Macmillan 1992), and Do,[in USA] James Joyce (NY: St Martin’s Press 1992), xx, 131pp. [see contents];
  • Rosa M. Bollettieri Bosinelli, C. Marengo Vaglio & Christine van Boheemen, eds., The Languages of Joyce [11th International James Joyce Symposium - Selected Papers] (Amsterdam & Philadephia: John Benjamins 1992), xx, 277pp.
  • Morris Beja, James Joyce: A Literary Life (Basingstoke: Macmillan 1992), 150pp.
  • Katie Wales, The Language of James Joyce (Dublin: Macmillan 1992), xiii, 181pp.
  • Margot Norris, Joyce’s Web: The Social Unraveling of Modernism (Texas UP 1992), xi, 243pp.
  • David Lloyd, Anomalous States: Studies in the Politics of Irish Literature (Dublin: Lilliput 1992).
  • Richard Brown, James Joyce [Modern Novelists Ser.] (London: Macmillan Educational; NY: St Martin’s Press 1992), xx, 131pp.
  • David Pierce, James Joyce’s Ireland (Yale UP 1992), ix, 239pp., ill. [contemp. photos by Dan Harper].
  • Peter Costello, James Joyce: The Years of Growth 1882-1915 ([London:]; Roberts Rinehart 1992).
  • Bruce Arnold, The Scandal of “Ulysses” (London: Sinclair-Stevenson; 1991), 325pp. [reps. in 1992 and 2004];
  • David Scott Arnold, Liminal Readings, Forms of Otherness in Melville, Joyce and Murdoch (London: Macmillan 1993), xi,161pp. [hermeneutic otherness in “Eumaeus”].
  • Jeffrey Segall, Joyce in America: Cultural Politics and the trials of Ulysses (California UP 1993), 208pp.
  • Joseph Campbell, Mythic Worlds, Modern Words: On the Art of James Joyce, ed. & foreword by Edmund L. Epstein [Collected Works of Joseph Campbell 1904-1987] (NY: HarperCollins 1993), xiii, 304 pp. [24 cm]; new edn. (Novato [Calif.] 2004), xxii, 344pp. 1993 [22 cm].
  • David Trotter, The English Novel in History, 1895-1920 (London: Routledge 1993), vi, 337pp. [incls. Chap. 6. ‘The Relevance of Ulysses’, & Chap. 19. ‘Stephen Hero and Bloom the Obscure’].
  • Ruth H. Bauerle, Picking up Airs: Hearing the Music in Joyce’s Text (Urbana: Illinois UP 1993).
  • James Fairhall, James Joyce and the Question of History (Cambridge UP 1993), xiv, 290pp.
  • Robert Welch, Changing States: Transformations in Modern Irish Writing (London: Routledge 1993) [incls. chap. on Joyce].
  • John Warner, Joyce’s Grandfathers: Myth and History in Defoe, Smollett, Sterne and Joyce (Athens: University of Georgia 1993).
  • David Lloyd, Anomalous States: Irish Writing and the Post-colonial Moment (Dublin: Lilliput Press 1993) [see contents].
  • Thomas F. Staley & Randolph Lewis, eds., Reflections on James Joyce: Stuart Gilbert’s Paris Journal [Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center] (Austin: Texas UP 1993), xiii, 103pp., ill.
  • Galya Diment, The Autobiographical Novel of Co-consciousness: Goncharov, Woolf, and Joyce (Florida UP 1994), 216pp. [incl. chap, ‘Impersonalising the Personal: Joyce’s Ulysses’; see extract].
  • Andrew Gibson, ed., Reading Joyce’s “Circe” (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1994), 280pp. [see contents].
  • Maria Tymoczko, The Irish Ulysses (California UP 1994), xvi, 391pp.
  • Suzanne Nalbantian, Aesthetic Autobiography: From Life to Art in Marcel Proust, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf and Anais Nin (London & NY: St Martin’s Press 1994), xi, 223pp.
  • Scott W. Klein, The Fictions of James Joyce and Wyndham Lewis: Monsters of Nature and Design (Cambridge UP 1994), 260pp.

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    1995-99
  • M. Keith Booker, Joyce, Bakhtin and the Literary Tradition: Towards a Comparative Cultural Poetics (Michigan UP 1995, 1977), 273pp.
  • Vincent J. Cheng, Joyce, Race, and Empire (Cambridge UP 1995), xxii, 329pp.
  • Joseph Valente, James Joyce and the Problem of Justice: Negotiating Sexual and Colonial Difference (Cambridge UP 1995), xiii, 282pp.
  • John Bishop, Joyce’s Book of the Dark: “Finnegans Wake” (Wisconsin UP 1986, 1995), 448pp. [see contents].
  • Robert Spoo, James Joyce and the Language of History: Dedalus’s Nightmare (Oxford: OUP 1995), 195pp.
  • Evans Lansing Smith, Ricorso and Revelation: An Archetypal Poetics of Modernism (Columbia, SC: Camden House [1995]), 194pp. [incls. various sects. under different chap. headings on Joyce, Eliot, Yeats, Thomas Mann, Picasso, D. H. Lawrence, Herman Broch, et al.]
  • Kathleen Ferris, James Joyce and the Burden of Disease (Lexington: Kentucky UP 1995).
  • Fritz Senn, Inductive Scrutinies: Focus on Joyce, ed. by Christine O’Neill (Dublin: Lilliput 1995), 252pp.
  • Vivian Heller, Joyce, Decadence and Emancipation (Illinois UP 1995), 191pp.
  • Roy K. Gottfried, Joyce’s Iritis and the Irritated Text: the Dis-lexic Ulysses [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Gainesville: Florida UP [1995]), 193pp.
  • David Hayman & Sam Slote, eds., Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1995), 279pp. [see contents].
  • Beryl Schlossman, Joyce’s Catholic Comedy of Language (Winsconsin UP 1995), 243pp.
  • Emer Nolan, James Joyce and Nationalism (London & NY: Routledge 1995), 219pp.[extracts]
  • Daniel R. Schwarz, The Transformation of the English Novel, 1890-1930: Studies in Hardy, Conrad, Joyce, Lawrence, Forster and Woolf [2nd edn.] (Basingstoke: Macmillan 1995), x, 336pp.
  • Donald F. Theall, Beyond the Word: Reconstructing Sense in the Joyce Era of Technology, Culture, and Communication [Theory/Culture Ser.] (Toronto UP 1995), xxi, 328pp.
  • Patrick Colm Hogan, Joyce, Milton and The Theory of Influence (Florida UP 1996), 256pp.
  • Christine Froula, Modernism’s Body: Sex, Culture, and Joyce (Columbia UP 1996), 332pp.
  • Mark A. Wollaeger, Victor Luftig & Robert E. Spoo, eds., Joyce and the Subject of History (Michigan UP 1996), 253pp. [see contents].
  • Connor, Steven, James Joyce (Plymouth: Northcote House 1996), 110pp. 
  • R. B. Kershner, ed., Joyce and Popular Culture [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP 1996), 223pp., ill. [see contents].
  • Adam Piette, Remembering and the Sound of Words: Mallarmé, Proust, Joyce, Beckett (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1996), 285pp.
  • Susan Stanford Friedman, Modernism’s Body: Sex, Culture, and Joyce (Columbia UP 1996)[q.pp.]
  • Andrew Gibson, ed., Joyce’s “Ithaca” [European Joyce Studies 6] (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi 1996), 281pp. [see contents]
  • Grace Eckley, The Steadfast James Joyce: A Social Context for the Early Joyce (San Bernardino: Borgo 1997), 221pp.
  • Cordell D. K. Yee, The Word According to James Joyce: Reconstructing Representation (Bucknell UP 1997), 176pp.
  • Jolanta W. Wawrzycka & Marlena G. Corcoran, eds., Gender in Joyce [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (1997), xiii, 198pp.
  • Thomas Jackson Rice, Joyce, Chaos, and Complexity (Illinois UP [1997]), xv, 204pp., ill.
  • Colleen Jaurretche, The Sensual Philosophy: Joyce and the Aesthetics of Mysticism (Madison: University of Wisconsin 1997; Eurospan 1998), 156pp.
  • Donald F. Theall, James Joyce’s Techno-Poetics (Toronto UP 1997), 246pp.
  • Rosa M. B. Bosinelli & Harold F. Mosher, Jnr., eds., Rejoycing: New Readings of Dubliners (Kentucky UP 1998), xi, 268pp.
  • Vicki Mahaffey, States of Desire: Wilde, Yeats, Joyce, and the Irish Experiment (NY: OUP 1998), xix, 276pp., ill.
  • Trevor L. Williams, Reading Joyce Politically (Gainesville: University Press of Florida 1998), 247pp.
  • John Brannigan, Geoff Ward & Julian Wolfreys, eds., Re Joyce: Text, Culture, Politics (Basingstoke: Macmillan 1998), xvii, 282pp.
  • Margot Norris, A Companion to James Joyce’s Ulysses (NY: Bedford Books 1998), 255pp.
  • Joseph Valente, ed., Quare Joyce (Michigan UP 1998), x, 297pp. [see contents].
  • John Wyse Jackson & Peter Costello, John Stanislaus Joyce: The Voluminous Life and Genius of James Joyce’s Father (London: Fourth Estate 1998), and Do. (NY: St. Martin’s Press 1998), xvii, 493pp., ill. [maps], 25cm.
  • Garry Leonard, Advertising and Commodity Culture in Joyce (Gainesville: University Press of Florida 1998), 224pp.
  • Len Platt, Joyce and the Anglo-Irish: A Study of Joyce and the Literary Revival [Costerus n.s., Vol. 119] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 1998), 249pp. [see contents].
  • Joseph Kelly, Our Joyce: From Outcast to Icon [Literary Modernism Ser.] (Texas UP 1998), x, 287pp.
  • Umberto Eco & Liberato Santoro-Brienza, Talking of Joyce (Dublin: UCD Press 1998), 86pp.
  • The Silence in Progress of Dante, Mallarmé and Joyce [Currents in comparative Romance languages and literatures, 82 (New York: P. Lang 1999), x, 325pp.
  • Christine van Boheemen-Saaf, Joyce, Derrida, Lacan and the Trauma of History: Reading, Narrative and Postcolonialism (Cambridge UP 1999), 237pp.
  • Kimberly J. Devlin & Marilyn Reizbaum, eds., Ulysses: En-gendered Perspectives - Eighteen New Essays upon the Episodes (S. Carolina UP 1999), xvii, 345pp. [contribs. by Garry Leonard, Robert Spoo, Cheryl Herr, Carol Shloss, Maud Ellmann, Kimberly Devlin, Patrick McGee, Karen Lawrence, Joseph Valente, Bonnie Scott Kime, Jules Law, Marilyn Reizbaum, John Bishop, Enda Duffy, Margot Norris, Colleen Lamos, Vicki Mahaffey, and Christine van Boheemen.]
  • Edna O’Brien, James Joyce (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1999; rep. Phoenix 2000), 190pp.
  • Alan Roughley, Reading Derrida, Reading Joyce, foreword by Zack Bowen [ser. ed.] (Florida UP 1999), xxi, 133pp. [see extracts]
  • John McCourt, James Joyce: A Passionate Exile (London: Orion Media 1999), 112pp.
  • Marilyn Reizbaum, James Joyce’s Judaic Other (Stanford UP 1999), x, 194pp. [see contents].
  • Wim Tigges, ed., Moments of Moment: Aspects of the Literary Epiphany [Costerus Ser.] (Amsterdam/Atlanta Rodopi 1999), 496pp. [see some contents].

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    2000-04
  • Derek Attridge, Joyce Effects: On Language, Theory, and History (Cambridge UP 2000), 226pp. [see contents].
  • Roy K. Gottfried, Joyce’s Comic Portrait [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Gainsville: Florida UP [2000]), 188pp.
  • M. Keith Brooker, Ulysses, Capitalism and Colonialism (CT: Greenwood Press 2000), 240pp.
  • Michael Patrick Gillespie, Joyce through the Ages: A Non-linear View (Florida UP 2000), 227pp.
  • John McCourt, The Years of Bloom: James Joyce in Trieste 1904-1920 (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2000), 320, ill. [+8pp. photos]; Do., trans by Valentina Olivastri as James Joyce: gli anni di Bloom (Milan: Oscar Mondadori 2005), 459pp.
  • Patrick McGee, Joyce Beyond Marx: History and Desire in “Ulysses” and “Finnegans Wake” [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP 2001), xii, 307pp.
  • Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Dublin Helix: The Life of Language in Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Florida UP 2001), xvi, 179pp.
  • Ursula Zeller, Ruth Frehner & Hannes Vogel, eds., James Joyce: ‘Thought Through My Eyes’ (CH-Basel: Schwabe Verlag 2000), 237pp.
  • Willard Potts, Joyce and the Two Irelands (Austin: University of Texas 2001), xi, 220pp.
  • William Patterson, ed., A Tour of the Darkling Plain: The Finnegans Wake Letters of Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen (q. pub. 2001), q.pp.
  • Christine van Boheemen-Saaf & Colleen Lamos, eds., Masculinities in Joyce: Postcolonial Constructions [European Joyce Studies, 10] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 2001), 262pp. [see contents].
  • Jean-Michel Rabaté, James Joyce and the Politics of Egoism (Cambridge UP 2001), 248pp. [available online; accessed 28.05.2104].
  • Stanley Sultan, Joyce’s Metamorphosis [Florida James Joyce Ser.] Florida UP [2001]), xv, 207pp.
  • Andrew Gibson, Joyces Revenge: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in Ulysses (Oxford: OUP 2002), xii, 306pp.
  • Michael Seidel, James Joyce: A Short Introduction [Blackwell Introductions to Literature] (Oxford: Blackwell 2002), ix, 162pp. [see contents].
  • John Nash, Joyce’s Audiences (Amstersdam: Rodopi 2002), 225pp. [available online].
  • Michael Begnal, ed., Joyce and the City: The Significance of Place [Irish Studies] (Syracuse UP 2002), xx, 212pp. [see contents].
  • Gian Balsamo, Scriptural Poetics in Joyce’s Finnegans Wake [Studies in Irish Lit., 7] (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press 2002), xiii, 138pp. [foreword by William Franke?].
  • Marian Eide, Ethical Joyce (Cambridge UP 2002), x, 199pp. [see contents].
  • David Spurr, Joyce and the Scene of Modernity (Florida UP 2002), 176pp.
  • Jennifer Margaret Fraser, Rite of Passage in the Narratives of Dante and Joyce (Florida UP 2002), 288pp.[digital edn. Elibrary Calif. 2004].
  • Sean P. Murphy, James Joyce and Victims: Reading the Logic of Exclusion (Madison, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson UP [2003]), q.pp.
  • Jean Kimball, Joyce and the Early Freudians: A Synchronic Dialogue of Texts [Florida James Joyce] (Florida UP 2003), xviii, 240pp.
  • Laurent Milesi, ed., James Joyce and the Difference of Language (Cambridge UP 2003), xii, 232pp. [see contents].
  • Tim Conley, Joyce’s Mistakes: Problems of Intention, Irony, and Interpretation (Toronto UP 2003), xii, 192pp.
  • William A. Johnsen, Violence and Modernism: Ibsen, Joyce and Woolf (Florida UP 2003), xv, 168pp.; Do., trans. by Pedro Sette-Camara [into Portuguese] as Violência e Modernismo: Ibsen, Joyce e Woolf (Sao Paolo: Realizacoes Editora 2011), 341pp. [applies theories of Ren´ Girard and scape-goatism’]
  • Katherine Mullin, James Joyce, Sexuality and Social Purity (Cambridge UP 2003), vii+224pp.
  • Donald Phillip Verene, Knowledge of Things Human and Divine: Vico’s New Science and Finnegans Wake (Yale UP 2003), 264pp.
  • Jean Kimball, Joyce and the Early Freudians: A Synchronic Dialogue of Texts [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP 2003), xviii, 240pp.
  • Julie Sloan Brannon, Who Reads Ulysses? The Rhetoric of the Joyce Wars and the Common Reader (London: Routledge 2003), xxii, 200pp. [see contents].
  • Niall Murphy, A Bloomsday Postcard (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2004), 336pp. [240 postcards].
  • Christa Maria Lerm-Hayes, Joyce in Art (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2004), 400pp. [Man Ray, Matisse, Brancusi, Kirchner, Bacon, et al.]
  • Claire A Culletin, Joyce and the G-Men: J. Edgar Hoover’s Manipulation of Modernism (Palgrave 2004), 232pp., ill. [16pp. of photos].
  • Joseph Brooker, Joyce’s Critics: Transitions in Readings and Culture (Wisconsin UP 2004), xi, 266pp.; [prev. as “Situating Joyce’s Readers: A Critical History of the Anglophone Reception”, PhD., Univ. of London, 1999].
  • Gian Balsamo, Rituals of literature: Joyce, Dante, Aquinas, and the Tradition of Christian Epics (Bucknell UP [2004]), 160pp.
  • Gian Balsamo, Joyce’s Messianism: Dante, Negative Existence, and the Messianic Self (South Carolina UP 2004), viii, 180pp.
  • Jean-Michel Rabaté, ed., James Joyce Studies [Palgrave Advances Ser.] (London: Palgrave 2004), xviii, 293pp.
  • Derek Attridge, ed., The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce (Cambridge: UP 1990; [2nd. edn.] 2004), 305pp. [see contents].
  • Luke Thurston, James Joyce and the Problem of Psychoanalysis (Cambridge UP 2004), 244pp.
  • Carol Loeb Shloss, Lucia Joyce: To Dance in the Wake (NY: Farrar & Strauss 2004), 561pp.
  • Geert Lernout & Wim Van Mierlo, ed., The Reception of James Joyce in Europe, 2 vols. [Recption of British and Irish Writers in Europe] (London: Continuum 2004), 600pp.
  • Ian Pindar, A Life of James Joyce, introduced by Terry Eagleton [Life & Times Ser.] (London: Haus Pub. 2004), 176pp., ill. [see contents].
  • Roger Norburn, A James Joyce Chronology (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2004), 248pp.
  • Barbara Laman, James Joyce and German Theory: "The Romantic School and All That" (Rosemount Publ. [AUP] 2004), [181pp.]
    2005-09
  • George Cinclair Gibson, Wake Rites: The Ancient Irish Rituals of Finnegans Wake [Florida James Joyce Ser.] Florida UP [2005]), xiv, 277pp.
  • Terence Killeen, “Ulysses” Unbound: A Reader’s Companion to James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (Bray: Wordwell [in assoc. with NLI] 2005), 259pp.
  • Colleen Jaurretche, ed., Beckett, Joyce and the Art of the Negative [European Joyce Studies, 16] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 2005), 246pp. [see contents].
  • Joseph Booker, Joyce’s Critics: Transitions in Reading and Culture (Wisconsin UP 2005), 266pp.
  • Eric Bulson, Cambridge Introduction to James Joyce (Cambridge UP 2006), xii, 139pp.
  • Andrew Gibson, James Joyce, introduced by Declan Kiberd [Critical lives] (London: Reaktion 2006), 191pp.
  • Frank C. Manista, Voice, Boundary, and Identity in the Works of James Joyce (Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press 2006), ix, 222pp.
  • Daniel M. Shea, James Joyce and the Mythology of Modernism [Studies in English literatures] Stuttgart: Ibidem 2006), 197pp.
  • John Nash, James Joyce and the Act of Reception: Reading, Ireland, Modernism (Cambridge UP 2006), ix, 220pp.
  • Jen Shelton, Joyce and the Narrative Structure of Incest, foreword by Sebastian D.G. Knowles [Florida James Joyce Ser.] Florida UP [2006]), xii, 157pp.
  • Andrew Gibson & Len Platt, eds., Joyce, Ireland, Britain, with a foreword by Sebastian D. G. Knowles [Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP [2006]), viii, 243pp. [see contents].
  • Victor-Lévy Beaulieu, James Joyce, l’Irlande, le Québec, les mots ([Quebec: Éditions Trois-Pistoles 2006), 1,100pp.
  • David Pierce, Joyce and Company (London: Continuum 2006), 186pp. [pb. edn. 2008; see contents].
  • Brian Cosgrove, James Joyce’s Negations: Irony, Indeterminacy and Nihilism in Ulysses and Other Writings (UCD Press 2007), 272pp.
  • Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Geert Lernout & John McCourt , eds., Joyce in Trieste: An Album of Risky Readings, with a foreword by Renzo Crivelli [[18th International James Joyce Symposium, Trieste, 2002; Florida James Joyce Ser.] (Florida UP 2007), xii, 254pp., ill. [chief contribs. incl. Michael Groden; Margot Norris; Zack Bowen; Hugh Kenner; Vike Martina Plock; Dirk Van Hulle].
  • Ruben Borg, The Measureless Time of Joyce, Deleuze and Derrida (London: Continuum 2007), 176pp.
  • Deborah L. Parsons, Theorists of the Modernist Novel : James Joyce, Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf [Routledge critical thinkers] (London & NY: Routledge 2007), x, 162pp.
  • Emer Nolan, Catholic Emancipationists: Irish Fiction from Thomas Moore to James Joyce (Syracuse UP 2007), xxii, 240pp.
  • Enrico Terrinoni, Occult Joyce: The Hidden in Ulysses (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars 2007), viii, 220pp.; 22 cm.
  • Finn Fordham, Lots of Fun at Finnegans Wake: Unravelling Universals (Oxford: OUP 2007; 2013), 270pp.
  • David Trotter, Cinema and Modernism [Critical Quarterly Book Ser.] (Malden: Blackwell 2007), xii, 205pp., ill. [incls. Chapter 3: ‘James Joyce and the Automatism of the Photographic Image’].
  • Bruce Stewart, James Joyce [Very Interesting People, No. 11] (Oxford: OUP 2007), 137pp. [prev. in New Dictionary of National Bibiography, 2004];
  • Len Platt, Joyce, Race and Finnegans Wake (Cambridge UP 2007), ix, 211pp. [see contents].
  • Peter Mahon, Imagining Joyce and Derrida: Between Finnegans Wake and Glas (University of Toronto Press 2007), 405pp.
  • Luca Crispi & Sam Slote, eds., How Joyce Wrote Finnegans Wake: A Chapter by Chapter Genetic Guide (Wisconsin UP 2007), xix, 522pp.
  • Derek Attridge, How to Read Joyce [Granta How to Read Ser.] (London: Granta 2007), x, 118pp.
  • Shelly Brivic, Joyce Through Lacan and Zizek: Explorations [New Directions in Irish & Irish-American Literature] (NY: Palgrave Macmillan 2008), q.pp.
  • Russell Smith, ed., Beckett and Ethics (London: Continuum 2008), 192pp.
  • David Pierce, Reading Joyce (Harlow: Longman 2008), xiv, 365pp.
  • Harry White, Music and the Irish Literary Imagination (OUP 2008), 260pp. [incls. Moore, Yeats, Joyce, Beckett, and Friel].
  • Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living (London: Faber & Faber 2009), xi, 399pp.
  • Christine O’Neill, Joycean Murmoirs: Fritz Senn on James Joyce (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2008), 342pp.
  • Edward M. Burns, ed., A Passion for Joyce: The Letters of Hugh Kenner and Adaline Glasheen (UCD Press 2008), 461pp.
  • Richard Brown, ed., A Companion to James Joyce (Oxford: Blackwell 2008), xviii, 440pp. [see contents].
  • Rubin Borg, The Measureless Time of Joyce, Deleuze and Derrida (London: Bloomsbury 2007), 175pp., and Do. (London: Continuum 2008). [see description]
  • Alistair Cormack, Yeats and Joyce: Cyclical History and the Reprobate Tradition (Aldershot: Aldgate 2008), 220pp. [see contents];
  • Peter Mahon, Joyce: A Guide for the Perplexed (London: Continuum 2009), 216pp.
  • Timothy O’Leary, Foucault and Fiction: The Experience Book (London: Continuum 2009), 192pp. [incls. analysis of Joyce].
  • Franca Ruggieri, John McCourt & Enrico Terrinoni, eds., Joyce in Progress: Proceedings of the 2008 James Joyce Graduate Conference in Rome [1st Annual Conf., 2008] (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars 2009), xxi, 262pp.
  • Lee Spinks, James Joyce: A Critical Guide (Edinburgh UP 2009), 248pp.
  • Declan Kiberd, Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living (London: Faber & Faber 2009), xi, 399pp.
  • John McCourt, ed., James Joyce in Context (Cambridge UP 2009), xx, 414pp. [see contents].
  • Matthew Feldman & Ulrike Maude, Beckett and Phenomenology (London: Continuum 2009), 208pp.
    2010-
  • Sean Latham, ed., James Joyce [Visions & Revisions Ser.] (Dublin & Portland: IAP 2010), 223pp. [see contents].
  • Geert Lernout, Help my Unbelief: James Joyce and Religion (London: Continuum 2010), 256pp.
  • Finn Fordham, I do, I undo, I redo: the textual genesis of modernist selves in Hopkins, Yeats, Conrad, Forster, Joyce, and Woolf (Oxford OUP 2010), viii, 281pp. [see contents].
  • John McCourt, ed., Roll Away the Reel World: James Joyce and Cinema (Cork UP 2010), 262pp. [see contents].
  • Tim Conloy, Joyce’s Disciples Disciplined: A Re-exagmination of the Exagmination of Work in Progress (UCD Press 2010), 205pp. [contribs. Pamela Brown, Stephen John Dilks, Finn Fordham, Moshe Gold, Laura Heffeman, John Nash, Patrick A. McCarthy, Vicki Mahaffey, Andrew J. Mitchell, Jean-Michel Rabaté, Sam Slote, Fritz Senn, Dirk van Hulle.]
  • Gordon Bowker, James Joyce: A Biography (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson; NY: Straus & Giroux 2011), [UK 608pp., NY 626pp.]; Do. [pb reissue] (London: Phoenix Paperbacks [Orion Publ. Group] 2012) [available at Google Books - online].
  • Motoko Fujita, The Shadow of James Joyce: Chapelizod and Environs (Dublin: Lilliput Press 2011), 128pp.
  • Valérie Bénejam & John Bishop, eds., Making Space in the Works of James Joyce [Routledge studies in twentieth-century literature, 19] (London: Routledge 2011), xii, 239 pp. [see contents].
  • Gordon Bowker, James Joyce: A Biography (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson; NY: Straus & Giroux 2011), 608pp.
  • Connor Fennell, A Little Circle of Kindred Minds: Joyce in Paris ([Dublin: Green Lamp Media] 2011), 300pp.
    bibl. refs. pp.277-89; index.
  • Scarlett Baron, “Strandentwining Cable”: Joyce, Flaubert, and Intertextuality (Oxford: OUP 2011), 336pp.
  • William Martin, Joyce and the Science of Rhythm (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2012), 238pp.
  • Frank Shovlin, Journey Westward: Joyce, “Dubliners”, and the Literary Revival (Cambridge UP 2012), x, 180pp. [see contents]
  • Paul Sheehan, James Joyce and the Aesthetics of Violence (Cambridge UP 2013), [230]pp. - available online.
  • Margot Gayle Backus, Scandal Work: James Joyce, the New Journalism, and the Home Rule Newspaper Wars (Notre Dame UP 2013), 304pp.
  • Andrew Gibson, The Strong Spirit: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in the Writings of James Joyce, 1898–1915 (Oxford: OUP 2013), viii, 275pp.
  • Sam Slote, Joyce’s Nietzschean Ethics (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2013), 220pp.
  • John Nash, ed., James Joyce in the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge UP 2013), xi, 259pp. [see contents].
  • Tudor Balinisteanu, Violence, Narrative and Myth in Joyce and Yeats: Subjective Identity and Anarcho-Syndicalist Traditions (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2012), 256pp.
  • Liam Lanigan, James Joyce, Urban Planning and Irish Modernism: Dublins of the Future (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2014), 256pp.
  • Luca Crispi, Joyce’s Creative Process and the Construction of Characters in Ulysses: Becoming the Blooms (Oxford: OUP 2015), q.pp.
  • Tudor Balinisteanu, Religion and Aesthetic Experience in Joyce and Yeats (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2015), 226pp.
  • Martha C. Carpentier, ed., Joycean Legacies, with a preface by Derek Attridge (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2015), 290pp. [incls. Brendan Behan, Anthony Burgess, Raymond Carver, J.G. Farrell, Sedaq Hedayat, Patrick McCabe, Frank McCourt, Kate O'Brien, George Orwell, Iain Sinclair, and Derek Walcott].
  • Luke Gibbons, Joyce’s Ghosts: Ireland, Modernism and Memory (Chicago UP 2015), 288pp., ill. [32 half-tones].
  • Anne Fogarty & Fran O’Rourke, eds., Voices on Joyce [Lecture series] (UCD Press 2015), 34pp. [Notes, 297ff.; ill. 30 pls. of Dublin by Lee Miller, 1946; 6 ills. from Joseph Brady, Dublin: A City of Contrasts]. 
  • Luca Crispi, Joyce’s Creative Process and the Construction of Characters in “Ulysses”: Becoming the Blooms (OUP 2016), xvii, 336pp.
  • Onno Kosters, Tim Conley, & Peter de Voogd, eds., A Long the Krommerun: Selected Papers from the Utrecht James Joyce Symposium (Brill | Rodopi, 2016) [contribs. David Pascoe, David Spurr, Catherine Flynn, So Onose, Austin Briggs, Stephanie Boland, Boriana Alexandrova, Maria Kager, Sam Slote, Philip Keel Geheber, Katherine O’Callaghan, Tim Conley, Robbert-Jan Henkes & Dirk Van Hulle].
  • Joseph Hassett, The Ulysses Trials: Beauty and Truth Meet the Law (Dublin: Lilliput Press in 2016), q.pp.
Additional

Richard Brown, ‘Addenda and Corrigenda to Ellmann’s The Consciousness of Joyce’, in James Joyce Quarterly, 17, 3 (Spring 1980), pp.313-17. [available at JSTOR - online]


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