Online Resources


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


Below is a list of links to Joyce institutions and related events around the globe as well as some tourist information for visiting the Hibernian Metropolis.

Bloomsday Links

Online Joyce Resources

Useful Tourist Links

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