pt. 1. Recent theory applied to Joyce: Deconstruction after Joyce / Christine van Boheemen-Saaf -- Stages of desire in Joyce / Rosemarie A. Battaglia -- The home of discourse: Joyce and modern language philosophy / Jules David Law -- The politics of Joyce's polyphony / Joseph Valente -- pt. 2. Forms in fiction: wholes, fragments, readings, narrations: Joyce's silent readers / Patrick A. McCarthy -- Voices, stories, (w)holes: the politics of narration / Richard Pearce -- Fragment and totality / Klaus Reichert -- pt. 3. Analogies from art: Neither fish nor flesh: Joyce as Picasso / Max Halperen -- Fish of a different feather: some Joycean iconography / Michael J. O'Shea -- pt. 4. Feminist revisions: A liturgical interpretation of "The dead" / Ruth Bauerle -- "Dear dead women," or Why Gabriel Conroy reviews Robert Browning / Adrienne Auslander Munich -- The female eye: Joyce's voyeuristic narcissists / Kimberley J. Devlin -- Portraits of the artist as a young lover / Margot Norris -- pt. 5. Joyce and other women writers: Gender and the law of genre: Joyce, Woolf, and the autobiographical artist-novel / Christine Froula -- Flesh and blood and love and words: Lily Briscoe, Stephen Dedalus, and the aesthetics of emotional quest / Jane Lilienfeld -- A "modernism of marginality": the link between James Joyce and Djuna Barnes / Marilyn Reizbaum -- pt. 6. Influences and resonances: Drowning in Ulysidas: a "subtext" for Stephen's mourning / Patrick Colm Hogan -- "They that dwell under his shadow shall return": Joyce's Chamber music and Milton / John T. Shawcross -- Bloom and the beast: Joyce's use of Bruno's astrological allegory / Robert D. Newman -- pt. 7. Textual workshops: The new edition of Ulysses: an assessment of its usefulness one year later / Jane Ford, Bonnie Kime Scott, Jean Kimball, and Fritz Senn -- Lurking ad the litter / Michael Patrick Gillespie -- Reading the letter: interpreting the Wake / Patrick A. McCarthy.
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