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Journal Cover James Joyce Quarterly
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  • The Energy of Modernity: The 2016 Boston Joyce Forum, Boston College, 12
           November 2016
    • Abstract: On Saturday, 12 November 2016, the Institute for the Liberal Arts at Boston College sponsored a conference entitled "The Energy of Modernity" organized by Joe Nugent of the Boston College Department of English. The conference opened with an introduction by Vice-Consul General of Ireland Aoife Budd. Enda Duffy (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Michael Wood (Princeton University) each gave a keynote address. These talks were followed by a conversation between Duffy and Wood (moderated by Nugent), a performance of "Ithaca: A Stage Adaptation" by the Here Comes Everybody Players (a staple of Nugent's annual Joyce conferences), and a group reading of a page from Finnegans Wake. The event concluded with a ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "Knowing Damn All About Banking Business": Reopening James Joyce's "Notes
           on Business and Commerce"
    • Abstract: Among the many invaluable documents held in the Cornell Joyce Collection are two untitled, undated notebooks, catalogued as Cornell MSS 38 and 63.2 In these lined, half-cloth, marble-edged, 19.8 × 16.7 centimeter books, Joyce recorded 138 pages of mostly legible longhand notes, divided into eight sections, each with its own title page: "Banking," "Commercial Law," "Clerical Work," "Insurance," "The Stock Exchange," "Shipping," "Advertising," and "Trade." Although they have been widely available for nearly four decades, since they were published as the "Notes on Business and Commerce" in the James Joyce Archive (JJA 3:474–617), these notes have received almost no critical attention. This is perhaps unsurprising ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "On Lifting the Lid of the Desk": The Empty Spaces and Certain
           Circumstances of "A Painful Case"
    • Abstract: Of all the stories that make up James Joyce's Dubliners, "A Painful Case" is one of the most misunderstood. Instead of Joyce's careful examination of the process of reader interpretation, "A Painful Case" is often seen as a simple tale of moral retribution: Mr. James Duffy, a drab individual who lives in social self-isolation, enters into a friendship with a lonely married woman, Mrs. Emily Sinico. Some weeks pass, and the straitlaced Mr. Duffy is appalled when Mrs. Sinico expresses a wish for a romantic relationship. A week later, they agree never to meet again, to the woman's dismay. Four years pass, and Mr. Duffy reads a newspaper report regarding Mrs. Sinico's death; now an alcoholic, she died after being hit ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The "unfettered freedom" of "flitting bats": The Inoperative Community in
           James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
    • Abstract: And under the deepened dusk he felt the thoughts and desires of the race to which he belonged flitting like bats, across the dark country lanes, under trees by the edges of streams and near the poolmottled bogs.To discover the mode of life or of art whereby your spirit could express itself in unfettered freedom.One of the dominant critical readings of Anglo-American modernist fiction is that it reflects the dialectical opposition of self versus community. The artist fails to commune with an alien exteriority; this provokes a tension between interiority and exteriority that may result in the exile of the writer. Joycean critics have been prone to this interpretation of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.1 They ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "Unfallen but About to Fall": The Influence of Byron's Cain on Joyce's A
           Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
    • Abstract: The heretical and immoral Lord Byron is only one of the famous men whom young Stephen Dedalus admires in the early chapters of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, but his influence lingers more insistently than that of nearly any other, except perhaps the hovering shade of Charles Stewart Parnell. Given Stephen's fascination with art and aesthetics and his intense desire to become an artist, it is hardly surprising that Byron remains in the text after Napoleon and the Count of Monte Cristo have faded into the background: Byron offers a biographical and literary template that Stephen can follow, a man who wrote whatever he pleased and lived in precisely the same way, to the simultaneous admiration and ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The "Indecent Postures" of Island Cricket: James Joyce's A Portrait of the
           Artist as a Young Man and Joseph O'Neill's Netherland
    • Abstract: Oscar Wilde once mockingly declared of cricket, "[I]t requires one to assume such indecent postures."1 Indeed, the game of cricket has placed many an Irishman in such provocative positions. James Joyce played cricket while a student at Clongowes Wood College and remained a fan who followed the sport even as an adult. In an unpublished letter Joyce wrote to Harriet Shaw Weaver in 1931, he uses the sport to evoke happiness when recalling a phone conversation with a solicitor who "seemed as pleased with my central European ring … as a boy with a new cricket bat."2 The happiness to which Joyce alludes is clearly associated with a childhood love of the game. His brother Stanislaus remembers, "He disliked football but ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Private Property, Public Interest: Bloom's Ecological Fantasy in "Ithaca"
    • Abstract: A latecomer to the discipline of ecocriticism, Joyce scholarship has engaged in a rapid game of catch-up, enriched by the cross-fertilization of an area of study that in its early years took root in British Romanticism, American Transcendentalism, and literature of the American West. In the last seven years, modernist studies in general and Joyce studies in particular have begun to cultivate an environmental turn, the latter field aided by the burgeoning interest in Irish ecocriticism.1 Ecologically themed presentations now appear regularly on Joyce panels, as scholars from Grambling to Galacia pursue green approaches to Joyce's fiction.2 Most notably, the publication of Robert Brazeau and Derek Gladwin's edited ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Bloom without a Flower, or How to Read "Lotus Eaters"
    • Abstract: Critics have read the floral language that permeates the "Lotus Eaters" episode of Ulysses as a gesture toward Oriental themes,1 as an ironic reference to Victorian flower dictionaries,2 as a set of euphemistic, rhetorical flowers that disguise Bloom's "unspeakable desires,"3 and as a clear and confident assertion of the correspondence between Ulysses and Homer's Odyssey.4 "Lotus Eaters" has even been described as "one of the easiest episodes of Ulysses to comprehend. Once the basic analogy between Homer's lotus-eaters and Dublin's citizenry is grasped, almost everything falls into place."5 Leopold Bloom's obsession with his son Rudy's death and the related thematic concern of non-reproductive intercourse dominate ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Sifted Science: James Joyce's Reference to George Albert Wentworth and
           George Anthony Hill's A Text-Book of Physics
    • Abstract: Much attention has been paid to the presence of science in Ulysses and, in particular, the scientific style of "Ithaca," but relatively little focus has been given to the main source of Joyce's scientific knowledge in his novel. Critics have noted his use of Bertrand Russell's Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy, Isaac Todhunter's Algebra, Ignace Gaston Pardies's Short But Yet Plain Elements of Geometry, and Henry Sinclair Hall and Frederick Haller Stevens's Euclid's Elements for mathematical details, but his exact sources of scientific information have not been explored in a similar fashion.1 Nevertheless, Joyce's general references to scientific textbooks have been widely acknowledged with many critics ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Current JJ Checklist (127)
    • Abstract: Thanks to this Checklist's contributors: Sabrina Alonso, Riccardo Cepach, Michael Cunningham, Chuck Jones, Massimo Bacigalupo, Patrick O'Neill, Fritz Senn, Sara Spanghero, Bob Spoo, Tom Rice, and Tsutomu Toda. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail to w.s.brockman@gmail.com. The Checklists are cumulated online in The James Joyce Checklist http://norman.hrc.utexas.edu/JamesJoyceChecklist/.Dubliners. London: Macmillan Collector's Library, 2016. 259 pp. ISBN 978-1-5098-2662-9. [Peter Harness, "Afterword." Reissue of Collector's Library edition, 2005.]Finnegans Wake. Trans. Chongkeon Kim. Seoul: Korea University Press ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Picture Odyssey of Ben Bloom Elijah
    • Abstract: It would be nice getting better slowly. You could get a book then. There was a book in the library about Holland. There were lovely foreign names in it and pictures of strangelooking cities and ships. It made you feel so happy.At about noon on Wednesday, 27 January 1904, the Oceanic Steamship Company's ship Sonoma docked in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, where it would remain until the next day en route from San Francisco to Australia (see Figure 1). The Sonoma has a place in literary history; in 1916, it was the vessel on which W. Somerset Maugham was quarantined in the harbor of Pago Pago, American Samoa, where he was inspired to write "Rain," a short story about a missionary hell-bent on saving souls.1The 1904 ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • An Early Manuscript of "Tutto è Sciolto"
    • Abstract: I recently came across a fair-copy manuscript of the poem "Tutto è Sciolto" bearing the date of 13 July 1914 in Joyce's hand next to his signature, among the holdings of the Martin Bodmer Foundation in Switzerland (see Figure 1). The existence of this manuscript has apparently escaped the attention of Joyce scholars. A note from Bodmer, the founder of the library and museum bearing his name, records that he bought the manuscript from the London bookseller Martin Breslauer in 1953. The poem is written on a sheet of paper that has been folded, as if it were a presentation copy to be inserted in an envelope. A facsimile is printed in a 1977 catalog of the Bodmeriana's English and American Autographs by Margaret Crum.1 ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Spectral Grandfather'
    • Abstract: An enduring mystery in Ulysses is the identity of the Man in the Macintosh. Most often, readers regard him as a character based on a particular "real" person. The literature is notable for debate as to whether he is Mr. Duffy from Dubliners' "A Painful Case,"1 perhaps representative of someone who cannot grasp the life force in front of him, or James Mangan,2 who is meant to represent hopeless (and passive) Ireland. Perhaps he is a stand-in for Bloom's father, Rudolph, since some believe he has characteristics of Ulysses's father Laertes.3 Others argue that he is more like Theoclymenos.4Does the Man in the Macintosh represent a "character," or is he a ghost, only visible to Bloom' John Gordon senses that he is not ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Penelope Says
    • Abstract: ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Joyce Smithy: A Curated Review of Joyce in Visual Art, Music, and
           Performance (2016)
    • Abstract: The JJQ's initiative to list works of visual art, performance, and music that reference James Joyce is necessary at a time when artists often view their work as an analytical practice. Our ambition is to feature Joyce-related art year by year.1 In order for a work to make a contribution to the interpretation of Joyce—and Joyce to art/music/performance history—it is necessary to determine a level of ambition in the work that at least gestures towards that with which Joyce pursued his practice. We hope to provide Joyce scholars and students with explanatory and interpretive notes on work that they would not normally encounter. We welcome suggestions and submissions for consideration.2Anna Lena Grau exhibited From ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Modernism and Homer: The Odysseys of H.D., James Joyce, Osip Mandelstam,
           and Ezra Pound by Leah Culligan Flack (review)
    • Abstract: Leah Culligan Flack divides Modernism and Homer into two sections. The first focuses on "the high modernist period of literary innovation in the years surrounding World War I," with chapters on Ezra Pound, James Joyce, and Osip Mandelstam (18). The second section identifies a shift in attitudes during late modernism and features another chapter on Pound and one on Hilda Doolittle's later works Helen in Egypt and "Winter Love."1 The first section links the work of Pound, Joyce, and Mandelstam through their separate uses of Homer's voyaging tropes to legitimize their own geographical and cultural cosmopolitanism. Each author viewed Homer as a vehicle for artistic freedom, as well as a source of optimism for the ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Virgil and Joyce: Nationalism and Imperalism in the "Aeneid" and
           "Ulysses," by Randall J. Pogorzelski (review)
    • Abstract: The engine that powers this book is paradox. The author's choice of that critical approach and literary technique makes for dense reading (and sporadic semi-comprehension), with flashes of interpretative ingenuity. Two keynote citations illustrate this situation: the first is "MacHugh's concerns in his present of late colonial Ireland [in "Aeolus"] condition his reading of Virgil and the politics of land following the triumviral confiscations. Such a reading encourages a reevaluation of the poem's response to the politics of land in triumviral Italy" (18). The second such statement is the following:the novel [Ulysses] both exposes the presence of the classical in the modernist and demonstrates the presence of the ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Israelites in Erin: Exodus, Revolution, & The Irish Revival, by Abby
           Bender (review)
    • Abstract: Abby Bender's new book provides an illuminating addition to our understanding of Irish letters in the centenary year of the Easter Rising, claiming as it does that the "aura" of the Rising with the discourse of "blood sacrifice" and freedom that framed it, "is responsible for eclipsing Exodus [as an analogue for national liberation] and pushing it out of both the political and the literary imagination" (3, 3-4). The idea is particularly salient in this historic moment, in which it has been suggested that the reunification of Ireland might be achieved by an act of nationalist folly,1 where insularity is read as liberation, and departure, in this case from the European Union, is celebrated as homecoming. These ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Irish Cosmopolitanism: Location and Dislocation in James Joyce, Elizabeth
           Bowen, and Samuel Beckett, by Nels Pearson (review)
    • Abstract: "Vengo adesso di Cosmopoli," was one of Stendhal's mottoes.1 It translates into English as "I come now from cosmopolis." The cosmopolitan travels abroad to widen his horizons, then travels elsewhere with his worldly luggage in tow behind him. The cosmopolitan sometimes returns to his native land, wherever that may be, with his air of incommunicable Weltschmerz. His sophistication, the result of his experiences as a citizen of the world, sets him apart from his peers and compatriots. As a polyglot, he utters his mottoes in Italian or French as Stendhal does. In the nineteenth century, cosmopolitan people were more often male than female, though not exclusively so. Irrespective of gender, the cosmopolitan spirit ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Writing Modern Ireland, ed. by Catherine E. Paul (review)
    • Abstract: In an era when publishers are imposing stricter limits on the number of previously printed essays they will allow to be included in essay collections, one has to wonder about the decision-making behind Writing Modern Ireland, published by the Clemson University Press and edited by Catherine E. Paul. Sixteen of the nineteen essays in the collection have been previously published, also by the Clemson University Center for Electronic and Digital Publishing, in a special issue of the South Carolina Review, "Ireland in the Arts and Humanities."1 This is a colloquia issue, derived from papers given at the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Southern Regional American Conference for Irish Studies, held at Clemson University. In ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Romanian Joyce: From Hostility to Hospitality, by Arleen Ionescu (review)
    • Abstract: In the past decade, there has been a significant upsurge in Joyce's reception histories from particular national critical responses (such as Robert K. Weninger's The German Joyce or Patricia Novillo-Corvalán's Borges and Joyce: An Infinite Conversation1) to comprehensive critical surveys of Joyce's heritage in Europe and beyond (including the two volumes of Joyce's reception in Europe and TransLatin Joyce: Global Transmissions in Ibero-American Literature2). Arleen Ionescu's Romanian Joyce comes into this field as the first book-length study of Joyce's literary heritage in Romania. It is a special treat for Joyceans interested in a lesser-known angle of Joyce's legacy: "the long enduring history of Romanian ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "Finnegans Wake" Libro Terzo, Capitoli 1 E 2 (Finnegans Wake III, 1-2), by
           James Joyce (review)
    • Abstract: In a letter to his son Giorgio in 1935, Joyce wrote in Italian: "Ho gli occhi stanchi. Da più di mezzo secolo scrutano nel nulla dove hanno trovato un bellissimo niente" ("My eyes are tired. For over half a century, they have gazed into nullity where they have found a lovely nothing") (LettersIII 359, 361). Nulla and niente are synonyms in Italian, but like all twins, they are, in fact, different in their identicalness. Joyce "creates" the difference by simply playing with articles: in the middle of the nothingness (nullity), we might well discover a nothing.The passage above shows just how well Joyce understood the subtleties of Italian, and it is indeed fortunate that, after many years of silence, the Italian ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Letters
    • Abstract: Sir:We would like to express our appreciation of Daniel Aureliano Newman's note "A Source for the 'Most Profound Sentence' in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," JJQ, 52.1 (Fall 2014), 165-68. It is not the case, as Newman states, however, that "only Don Gifford and Bradley D. Clissold" have looked into this matter; and although it is true that neither of them correctly identifies the source as Patrick Geddes and J. Arthur Thomson's The Evolution of Sex, our annotations to A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Richmond, United Kingdom: Alma Classics, 2014) do. Furthermore, as we note, Oliver St. John Gogarty writes in his autobiographical Tumbling in the Hay (New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1939) ... Read More
      Keywords: Joycespeed, the Energy of Modernity; Joyce, James,; Byron, George Gordon Byron,; Hill, G. A.; Dowie, John Alexander,; Arts, Modern; Modernism (Literature); English literature; Pedone, Fabio
      PubDate: 2017-09-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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