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Journal Cover James Joyce Quarterly
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  • Raising the Wind
    • Abstract: In the last issue of the James Joyce Quarterly, we bid a heavy-hearted farewell to our long-time cartoonist Simon Loekle. For twenty-two years, his Dazibao panel ran in each issue of the journal. These clever images, often featuring Clancy the Cat, offered commentary not only on Joyce but on literature, art, and the challenge of fashioning a world from words. As Carol Kealiher noted in her own remembrance in Vol. 51.2–3, Simon was at once learned and light-hearted—in my experience, a relatively unique combination. We saw that personality emerge in cartoons that became as familiar a part of the JJQ as the Checklist and our conference reports. Although we cannot replace Simon, we have decided to keep up the ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The 37th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Open Reading of Irish Poetry and Prose
           at D. G. Wills Books, La Jolla, California, 17 March 2016
    • Abstract: Gore Vidal described D. G. Wills Books in La Jolla, California, as “the center of the universe.” This venerable bookstore has also hosted authors Maureen Dowd, Christopher Hitchens, Norman Mailer, beat poet Allen Ginsberg, the United States poet laureate Billy Collins, and the Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko among others. D. G. Wills has La Jolla’s largest collection of new and used scholarly books, and it is home to the La Jolla Cultural Society. To the casual customer, D. G. Wills is a fine repository for hard-to-locate books. To those who know Wills better, it is a living, breathing, drinking, belching, farting revelation on upper Girard Avenue, a thoroughfare better known in the village for ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Bog of Allen, the Tiber River, and the Pontine Marshes: An Ecocritical
           Reading of “The Dead”
    • Abstract: In nature, an intact bog is a hotspot of biodiversity, a wetland dotted with other habitats. The Bog of Allen is a cluster of raised bogs built up of peat, dead plant material gradually deposited since the last Ice Age. In Italy, the Pontine Marshes southeast of Rome and the floodplain of the Tiber River have different natural histories. These Irish and Italian wetlands are products of nature, yet insofar as they have been touched by human imagination—not to mention habitation, peat-harvesting, draining, and farming—they are also cultural landscapes. Cultural landscapes derive from and are interwoven with nature. As the geographer Carl O. Sauer famously observes, a cultural landscape is fashioned out of a ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Demonic Joyce
    • Abstract: The worst that can happen to men in war is to perish together; and this spares them death as individuals, which is what they most fear. "I’m Nobody! Who are you?” wrote Emily Dickinson,1 echoing Homer, to be echoed by Joyce. At the start of his book The Demonic, Ewan Fernie takes Dickinson’s words as an emblem of what he sets out to explore: the “secrecy and seduction of a negative form of life,” an escape from the limitations of the familiar social ego into a domain of mysterious negative energy, the demonic paradox of “life that is opposed to life.”2 Fernie pursues this idea of demonic transgression through a host of theological and literary texts, from Martin Luther via Dr. Faustus to Fay Weldon’s ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Inverted Commas, Unreality, and Chiasmus in “Aeolus”
    • Abstract: One of the most easily recognizable features of James Joyce’s prose, from the realism of Dubliners to the radical stylistic experiment of Finnegans Wake, is Joyce’s consistent use of the em-dash rather than quotation marks to signal dialogue (as in the conductor’s call, “—Come on, Sandymount Green!”—U 7.07).1 In a 1906 exchange over the publication of Dubliners with his publisher Grant Richards, Joyce wrote of the conventional quotation mark: “On one point I would wish you to be careful. I would like the printer to follow the manuscript accurately in punctuation and arrangement. Inverted commas for instance, to enclose dialogue always seemed to me a great eyesore” (LettersII 130–31). Calling the marks “an ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Who Is M‘Intosh?
    • Abstract: For ninety years and counting, readers have searched for a solution to Joyce’s most notorious enigma: the identity of the man in the macintosh, the mute, shadowy figure who appears and suddenly vanishes, as if he were a ghost, in the graveyard scene of Ulysses. Our desire to know who he is is sparked by the peculiar insistence with which Bloom first poses the question—“Now who is that lankylooking galoot over there in the macintosh? Now who is he I’d like to know? Now I’d give a trifle to know who he is” (U 6.805–06)—and it is fanned in later episodes when Bloom asks the question again, most notably in “Ithaca,” where the problem of the man’s identity is explicitly framed as an “enigma” (U 17.2063). Attempts ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Prompt from a Primer: A Sociolinguistic Approach to Finnegans Wake
    • Abstract: The “feminine language” of Finnegans Wake has been celebrated, discounted, and hotly disputed over the last half-century. To date, however, much of the scholarly consideration of women’s voices in the Wake has been consumed by the debate about écriture feminine. While the concept of écriture feminine has a timeless quality, recent studies of the Wake seek to reveal the historically and culturally bound qualities of this “universal” text.1 The reason that the voices of women in the Wake have appeared to be authentically “feminine” to critics may have less to do with their anticipation of French feminism than with Joyce’s remarkable mimicry of voices. The female voices in the text reflect sociolinguistic ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Ernest Hemingway’s Reading of James Joyce’s Ulysses
    • Abstract: Ernest Hemingway read James Joyce’s Ulysses more carefully than has been generally recognized, and this essay will reveal how he first received an unbound press copy now preserved in the Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy Library (see Figures 1 and 2).1 I was joined by a curator at the library in examining the copy, which shows that Hemingway read more of Ulysses than Noel Riley Fitch (and others following her) assumed that he did.2 In this essay, I will review the evidence that Hemingway purchased a second copy, now in the library of Valerie Hemingway, and discuss indications, from Hemingway’s story “Cat in the Rain,” first published in In Our Time, and from the copy of A Farewell to Arms that he ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Richard Ellmann’s James Joyce: An Interview Revisited
    • Abstract: Richard Ellmann’s great biography of James Joyce, first published by the Oxford University Press in 1959, won the prestigious National Book Award for the most distinguished work of nonfiction by an American author in that year. An enlarged, new, and revised edition appeared in 1982 with a corrected version issued as an Oxford University Press paperback a year later. In addition to his classic biography and other important work on Joyce, Ellmann edited volumes II and III of the Letters of James Joyce. He was interviewed in 1985 by Peter Jackman who lectured in English at St. Mary’s Teachers Training College (now St. Mary’s University College, Twickenham, London) from 1970 to 2000.1 Ellmann and Jackman spoke ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Current JJ Checklist (124)
    • Abstract: We dedicate this Checklist to the memory of Will Goodwin—librarian, bibliographer, and, above all, bookman. Thanks to this Checklist’s contributors: Sabrina Alonso, Michael Cunningham, Kazuhiro Doki, Wilhelm Füger, K. P. S. Jochum, Derek Pyle, Fritz Senn, and Tsutomu Toda. Please send contributions to your bibliographer at W329 Pattee, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, or via e-mail to uxb5@psu.edu. The Checklists are cumulated online in The James Joyce Checklist . ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Father and Daughter Excursion on the Erin’s King
    • Abstract: One of Leopold Bloom’s most cherished memories of Milly in Ulysses is of a day’s outing they took together around Dublin Bay: “On the Erin’s King that day round the Kish. Damned old tub pitching about. Not a bit funky. Her pale blue scarf loose in the wind with her hair” (U 4.434–36). Joyce wrote this scene exactly as it appears in Ulysses on the Rosenbach manuscript of “Calypso” in February 1918.1 All of the elements of the story remained consistent with Bloom’s next recollection of that stormy excursion in “Nausicaa,” which Joyce wrote almost two years later. The particular name of the boat, its itinerary, the father’s pride that his daughter was not troubled by the rough sea, as well as the fact that she ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Introducing Robert Berry and ULYSSES “seen”
    • Abstract: I first met Rob Berry in the fall of 2007. I was in the last few weeks of my job at the Rosenbach Museum and Library, where, among many other roles, I was the unofficial “resident Joycean.” This meant that when people called with ideas for strange Joyce projects, they were forwarded to me. And I spoke to pretty much all of them, because you never know . . . Rob pitched me on the idea of adapting Ulysses into a comic—not for print, but for people to read on their phones. I told him he was crazy. It was one of the weirdest ideas I had heard. There were many reasons it was a bad idea, just starting with the fact that I had never heard of people reading comics on phones, not to mention the sheer scale ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Penelope Says
    • Abstract: ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Zois in Nighttown: Prostitution and Syphilis in the Trieste of James Joyce
           and Italo Svevo: 1880–1920 by Erik Holmes Schneider (review)
    • Abstract: Any scholar investigating the possibility that James Joyce had syphilis will encounter a medico-historical minefield. Joyce’s medical records do not survive, which leaves us with imprecise descriptions of symptoms in letters. Even if his symptoms were clear, comparing them to current manifestations of syphilis falsely assumes that diseases are not historically determined, and ignoring pathoplasticity is especially problematic for a protean disease like syphilis, known as “the great imitator.”1 Joyce’s treatments provide potential answers. His letters reveal that doctors injected him with an arsenical compound. Yet if we cannot specify which compound it was, we leave open the possibility that Joyce was ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Cambridge Companion to “Ulysses,” ed. by Sean Latham
           (review)
    • Abstract: The ideal way to review a book like this—which unfortunately I, adrift while on a sabbatical, did not have the opportunity to do—would be to include the book in a course on Ulysses and thereafter ask the students for their impressions. What had the company of this “companion” (or, as the preface multiplies it, “a fit set of companions”—xvii) given them during or after their journey through Joyce’s novel? What did it do well, or what might it have it done better? This is, after all, the first volume in the Cambridge Companion series to focus on a single work, and so the expectations themselves need to be determined, even if only in some provisional manner, in order to assess its value. Sean Latham ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Violence, Narrative and Myth in Joyce and Yeats: Subjective Identity and
           Anarcho-Syndicalist Traditions by Tudor Balinisteanu (review)
    • Abstract: At the outset of his book, Tudor Balinisteanu acknowledges that while his “object of study is the literary text, especially the works of W. B. Yeats and James Joyce,” his interest does not lie in “literature as an object that can be explored in contemplation” (2). Rather, he advances a theory of the “ways in which literature can be seen as a means to an end, effective in, and effecting, social reality” (3). To recognize literature as what he calls “an instrument of grace,” we must discern in it elements that can engender states of mind and feeling “of the same kinds as . . . forces driving social change” (2). Although not acknowledging this overtly, he seems animated by the desire to redeem modernist work ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Brouillons d’un Baiser: Premiers pas vers “Finnegans Wake,” by James
           Joyce (review)
    • Abstract: A kiss is just a kiss? Not always, and certainly not in the case of this book, where the ramifications of a kiss eventually contribute to the genesis of the daunting complexity of Finnegans Wake. At the core of Brouillons d’un baiser (best translated as “sketches of a kiss”) is a set of five brief texts by Joyce, all with links, as argued by editor Daniel Ferrer, to the first kiss of Tristan and Isolde: a kiss that resonates through much western literature and music, especially that of Richard Wagner—as well as throughout Finnegans Wake. Ferrer’s introduction traces Joyce’s interest in the Tristan and Isolde legend: by March 1923, it formed the basis for several fragments that are part of the very earliest ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Sublime Noise: Musical Culture and the Modernist Writer by Josh Epstein
           (review)
    • Abstract: It is generally admitted that the opening of the fifth chapter of Howards End is the finest distillation of musical criticism known to man.1 From the ecstasies of Helen Schlegel to the furrowed concentration of her brother Theobald, who lifts his finger to indicate the transitional passage on the drum, E. M. Forster’s reading of the audience reaction to the final two movements of Ludwig von Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is a theatrical riot, as carefully orchestrated as the disturbances that accompanied Le Sacre du Printemps three years later.2 “Sublime noise” is Forster’s carefully dismissive term for his chosen score—“It will be generally admitted that Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is the most sublime noise that ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Flann O’Brien: Contesting Legacies ed. by Ruben Borg, Paul Fagan,
           and Werner Huber (review)
    • Abstract: At the centenary Flann O’Brien conference, 100 Myles, held in Vienna in July 2011, from which this volume originates, veteran Flanneur Keith Hopper proposed possible directions for Flann O’Brien studies.1 These included mapping O’Brien’s contingencies with, and influence on, contemporary European and Irish metafictionists, counter-realists, and pataphysicians; a scrutiny of his bilingual work, with a view to his single-handed founding of Gaelic postmodernism; and a turn towards the work pronounced all-too-hastily ”minor” by early critics: the short prose, the plays and television screenplays, and, most importantly, Cruiskeen Lawn, his column for The Irish Times written in both English and Gaelic.2 Most of ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • David Lodge and the Tradition of the Modern Novel by J. Russell Perkin
           (review)
    • Abstract: It comes as a shock to those of us who read David Lodge’s campus novels as they appeared in the 1970s and 1980s to realize that Lodge is now, at 81, a grand old man of English letters himself. This new study of his work by J. Russell Perkin is a timely reminder of the range and quality of a literary career spanning over half a century, in which Lodge distinguished himself equally as one of Britain’s foremost novelists and as a ground-breaking critic. Full-length studies of his work have been surprisingly thin on the ground up until now: Merritt Moseley’s David Lodge: How Far Can You Go? covers Lodge’s career up to the early eighties;1 Daniel Ammann’s David Lodge and the Art-and-Reality Novel is a highly ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Prose Elegy: An Exploration of Modern American and British Fiction by
           John B. Vickery (review)
    • Abstract: The Prose Elegy is a problematic book, particularly in regard to Joyce’s work. It was preceded by John B. Vickery’s The Modern Elegiac Temper,1 which argued that modern poetic elegies must address a broader sensibility toward a variety of losses than earlier ones that dealt mainly with an individual’s death and the triad of lamentation, confrontation, and consolation. Although there is little discussion of W. H. Auden and less of W. B. Yeats in Modern Elegiac Temper, it provides a perceptive treatment of elegies by Ezra Pound, Theodore Roethke, Dylan Thomas, Allen Tate, Edith Sitwell, and Louis MacNeice, among others. Vickery’s primary concerns in The Prose Elegy are family and love, followed by cultural and ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Sixteenth of June: A Novel by Maya Lang (review)
    • Abstract: What would happen if the Leopold Bloom of 1904 Dublin were to metempsychose as Leopold Portman, a beer-drinking, sports-watching, former Boston University fraternity boy, who now drives around 2004 Philadelphia in his well-polished Cadillac Escalade to his job as an IT consultant? And what if brooding aesthete Stephen were to turn up, improbably, as Leopold’s elder brother, so that the two could battle for the affections of Nora, an opera singer who is Leopold’s girlfriend and Stephen’s best friend? Fortunately, such is not the case in The Sixteenth of June, Maya Lang’s debut novel, though readers will be forgiven for thinking otherwise for the first seventy-two pages, until they learn that ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Letters
    • Abstract: Sir: There is so much for me to enjoy in Logan Wiedenfeld’s “The Other Ancient Quarrel: Ulysses and Classical Rhetoric,” JJQ 51.1 (Fall 2013), 63–79, not least of which is his agreeable reference to my article of thirty-six years ago. To honor collegial dialogue, I must point out where we disagree. Wiedenfeld rejects too easily Joyce’s “dialectic,” which is found in a chart for Ulysses. As I show in “’A New Passion’: The Ninth Chapter of Ulysses,” in Louis Bonnerot’s edited “Ulysses”: Cinquante Ans Après: Témoignages franco-anglais sur le chef-d’oeuvre de James Joyce, Études Anglaises, 53 (Paris: Didier, 1974), 169–74, “dialectic” has primary importance. Stephen discovers a ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • James Joyce Quarterly: Volume 51 (Fall 2013–Summer 2014)
    • Abstract: Baker, William, “Richard Elllmann’s James Joyce: An Interview Revisited,” vol. 51, no. 4 (Summer 2014), pp. 673–688. Barrows, Adam, “Joyce’s Panarchy: Time, Ecological Resilience, and Finnegans Wake,” vol. 51, no. 2–3 (Winter–Spring 2014), pp. 333–352. Beall, John, “Ernest Hemingway’s Reading of James Joyce’s Ulysses,” vol. 51, no. 4 (Summer 2014), pp. 661–672. Brockman, William S., “Current JJ Checklist (122),” vol. 51, no. 1 (Fall 2013), pp. 147–161. ———, “Current JJ Checklist (123),” vol. 51, no. 2–3 (Winter–Spring 2014), pp. 473–488. ———, “Current JJ Checklist (124), vol. 51, no. 4 (Summer 2014), pp. 689–705. Brower, Jordan, “An Immodest Proposal: The Politics ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Citation of The James Joyce Archive
    • Abstract: ... Read More
      Keywords: Joyce, James,; Hemingway, Ernest,; Ellmann, Richard,; Ferrer, Daniel,; Darrieussecq, Marie,; Music; O'Brien, Flann,; Lodge, David,; American fiction; Families; James Joyce quarterly
      PubDate: 2016-10-31T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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