Links to scholarly articles around the web

 

icons-10Below is a list of articles and website resources that pertain to Joyce’s life and work. They are listed alphabetically under the name of the author/website.

 

 

Doyle, John

 

“A Would-be Dirty Mind”: D.H. Lawrence as an Enemy to Joyce

 

Duszenko, Andrzej

 

The Joyce of Science: Quantum Physics and Relativity Theory in Finnegans Wake

 

 

Fin Wake – an online annotated version of Finnegans Wake with explanations of difficult phrases as you hover over highlighted words

 

Hill, Sylvie

 

His Cheeks Were Aflame: Masturbation, Sexual Frustration and Artistic Failure in Joyce’s Portrait of Stephen Dedalus

 

James Joyce Music – information on the music in Joyce’s work

 

James Joyce Notes – an open journal that deals with Ulysses and earlier works to provide notes on the text

 

Journal of Modern Literature Winter 1998/1999 – a repository of the issues of this journal that were dedicated to Joyce

 

Joyce’s Dublin – a series of podcasts produced by University College Dublin explores ‘The Dead’ and its connection with archival material in the University

 

 

Kane, Jean

 

Imperial Pathologies: Medical Discourse and Drink in Dubliners’ “Grace” Abstract

 

Kelleher, John V.

 

Perceptions of Joyce

 

Klein, Scott W.

 

James Joyce and Avant-Garde Music

 

Levin, Harry

 

James Joyce

 

New York Times Archive – links to all of the articles and reviews written on Joyce in the NYT

 

 

Richardson, Brian

 

Make it Old: Lucian’s A True Story, Joyce’s Ulysses, and Homeric Patterns in Ancient Fiction

 

Ricorso – a resource on Irish Literature

 

Rosenbloom, Eric

 

A Word in Your Ear

 

Witches Brew

 

 

The Ohio State University Joyce Foundation – includes helpful information on Joyce’s bibliography and the bibliography of work on Joyce

 

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