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Joyce and Genetic Criticism

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Childress, Lynn. “The Missing ‘Cicones‘ Episode of Ulysses.” James Joyce Quarterly 33 (1995): 69-82.

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Connolly, Thomas E., and K. C. Gay. James Joyce: A Descriptive Catalogue of an Exhibition of Manuscripts, Notebooks, Typescripts, Page Proofs, etc. in the Lockwood Memorial Library, State University of New York at Buffalo; A James Joyce Colloquium Held at SUNY at Buffalo & State Univ. College at Buffalo, June 16-18, 1976. Buffalo, NY: Lockwood Library, 1976.

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Hayman, David. “I Think Her Pretty: Reflections on the Familiar in Joyce’s Notebook VI.B.5.” Joyce Studies Annual 1 (1990): 43-60.

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—. “To Make a List: Two Preparatory Puzzles on the Threshold of Book III.” Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce. European Joyce Studies 5. Ed. David Hayman and Sam Slote. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 255-79.

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Lernout, Geert. “James Joyce and Fritz Mauthner and Samuel Beckett.” In Principle, Beckett is Joyce. Ed. Friedhelm Rathgen. Edinburgh: Split Pea Press, 1994. 21-7.

—. “Singing Walking Gent: Sims Reeves in VI.B.13.” A Finnegans Wake Circular 3 (1988): 43-52.

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Schork, R. J. “By Jingo: Genetic Criticism of Finnegans Wake.” Joyce Studies Annual 5 (1994): 104-27.

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—. “Lost Histereve: Vichian Soundings and Reverberations in the Genesis of Finnegans Wake II.4.”  James Joyce Quarterly 32 (1995): 641-57.

—. “Recycled Historians: Michelet on Vico in VI.B.12.” A Finnegans Wake Circular 4 (1989): 61-72.

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