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Joyce and Historical/Postcolonial Criticism

Bailey, Vicki Sapp. “Joyce’s Feminism Beyond Gender: Or, Maternity Reconceived.” Works and Days: Essays in the Socio Historical Dimensions of Literature and the Arts 5.2 (10) (1987): 45-62.

Bazargan, Susan. “Monologue as Dialogue: Molly Bloom’s ‘History’ as Myriorama.” Works and Days: Essays in the Socio Historical Dimensions of Literature and the Arts 5.2 (10) (1987): 63-77.

Begnal, Michael H. “James Joyce and the Mythologizing of History.; Festschrift for Henry W. Sams.” Ed. Stanley Weintraub and Philip Young. Directions in Literary Criticism: Contemporary Approaches to Literature. University Park and London: Penn. State UP, 1973. 211-19.

Blayac, Alain. “‘After the Race’: A Study in Epiphanies.” Les Cahiers de la Nouvelle: Journal of the Short Story in English 2 (1984): 115-127.

Brivic, Sheldon. “The Disjunctive Structure of Joyce’s Portrait.” James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Ed. R. B. Kershner. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1993. 251-67.

Broes, Arthur T. “Swift the Man in Finnegans Wake.” Journal of English Literary History 43 (1976): 120-40.

Chace, William A. “Historical Realism: An Eco.” James Joyce Quarterly 28.4 (1991): 889-901.

Cheng, Vincent J. Joyce, Race, and Empire. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995.

Chesnutt, Margaret. “Joyces’s Dubliners: History, Ideology, and Social Reality.” Eire Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies, 14.2 (1979).

Collins, Ben L. “Joyce’s Use of Yeats and of Irish History: A Reading of ‘A Mother’.” Eire Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 5.1 (1970).

Curry, Sister Martha. “Sherwood Anderson and James Joyce.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 52 (1980): 236-49.

Doyle, Laura. “Races and Chains: The Sexuo-Racial Matrix in Ulysses.” Joyce: The Return of the Repressed. Ed. Susan Stanford Friedman. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1993. 149-89.

Duffy, Andrew EndaThe Subaltern Ulysses: Mapping an Aesthetics of Postcolonial Literature. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1991.

Fairhall, James. “Big-Power Politics and Colonial Economics: The Gordon Bennett Cup Race and ‘After the Race’.” James Joyce Quarterly 28.2 (1991): 387-97.

—. James Joyce and the Question of History. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993.

Froula, Christine. “History’s Nightmare, Fiction’s Dream: Joyce and the Psychohistory of Ulysses.”  James Joyce Quarterly 28.4 (1991): 857-72.

Gibbons, Luke. ” Race against Time: Racial Discourse and Irish History” The Oxford Literary Review  13:1-2 (1991): 95-117.

Goldberg, S. L. “Homer and the Nightmare of History.” Ed. William M. ChaceJoyce: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1974. 67-83.

Golden, Sean. “Post Traditional English Literature: A Polemic”. The Crane Bag: A Journal of Irish Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2, 1979; reprinted in Deane, Seamus et al, eds., The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, 3 Vols., London: Faber & Faber, 1991.

—. “Traditional Irish Music in Contemporary Irish Literature.” Mosaic: A Quarterly Journal for the Comparative Study of Literature & Ideas, Vol. XII, No. 3, Summer, 1979.

Gozzi, Francesco. “Dante nell’inferno di Joyce.” English Miscellany: A Symposium of History, Literature and the Arts 00186.23 (1972): 195-229.

Hall, Vernon. “Joyce Eye to Eye with History.” Clio: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, Fort Wayne, IN 5 (1976): 303-13.

Hawkins, Hunt. “Joyce as Colonial Writer.” College Language Association Journal 35.4 (1992): 400-10.

Henke, Suzette. “Stephen Dedalus and Women: A Feminist Reading of Portrait.” James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Ed. R. B. Kershner. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1993. 307-25.

Herr, Cheryl. “Deconstructing Dedalus.” James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Ed. R. B. Kershner. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1993. 338-60.

Herring, Phillip F. “Toward an Historical Molly Bloom.” Journal of English Literary History 45 (1978): 501-21.

Hofheinz, Thomas C. Joyce and the Invention of Irish History: Finnegans Wake in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995.

Holland, Norman N. “A Portrait as Rebellion.” James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.Ed. R. B. Kershner. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1993. 279-94.

Hutchings, William. “Ontogenesis/Phylogenesis: The Pattern of Historical Development in Chapter IV of A Portrait.” James Joyce Quarterly, Tulsa, OK 15 (1978): 339-46.

Ellen Carol Jones, ed., Joyce: Feminism / Post / Colonialism. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi, 1998

Joyce, James. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Ed. Chester B. Anderson and R. B. Kershner. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1993. 19-218.

Kanai, Yoshihiko. “Stylistic Movement as Historical Pattern in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Shiron 24 (1985): 59-78.

Kelleher, John V. “Irish History and Mythology in James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’.” Review of Politics, Notre Dame 27 (1965): 414-433.

Kenny, Herbert A. “Irish Wit and Finnegans Wake.” Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society 95 (1983): 132-141.

Kershner, R. B. “Time and Language in Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist.” Journal of English Literary History, 43 (1976): 604-19.

—. “Genius, Degeneration, and the Panopticon.” James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Ed. R. B. Kershner. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1993. 373-90.

—. “A Critical History of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Ed. R. B. Kershner. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin’s, 1993. 221-34.

Levenson, Michael. “Living History in ‘The Dead’.” James Joyce: The Dead. Ed. Daniel R. Schwarz. Boston: Bedford, 1994. 163-77.

Lorenz, Sabine. “On the Impossibility of Translating Finnegans Wake.” Interculturality and the Historical Study of Literary Translations. Ed. Harald Kittel and Paul Frank Armin. Berlin: Schmidt, 1991. 111-19.

Lowe Evans, Mary. “Sex and Confession in the Joyce Canon: Some Historical Parallels.” Journal of Modern Literature 16.4 (1990): 563-76.

—. “Approaching Ulysses through the New Historicism.” Approaches to Teaching Joyce’s Ulysses. Ed. Kathleen McCormick and Erwin R. Steinberg . New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1993. 67-77.

McGee, Patrick. “Is There a Class for This Text? The New Ulysses, Jerome McGann, and the Issue of Textual Authority.” Works and Days: Essays in the Socio Historical Dimensions of Literature and the Arts 5.2 (10) (1987): 27-44.

Melchiori, Giorgio. “Joyce, Eliot and the Nightmare of History.” Revue des Langues Vivantes 4000.40 (1974): 582-98.

Michaud, Ginette. “Le Sujet-Nation: James Joyce et Jacques Ferron.” La Recherche litteraire: Objetset methodes. Ed. Claude Duchet. Montreal: XYZ, 1993. 321-32.

Moro, Koichi. “An Aspect of Joyce’s Method (II): A Historical Survey of Critical Evaluation in Japan.” Josai Jinbun Kenkyu: Studies in the Humanities Saitama 7, 1980, 83-97.

Mosher, Harold F., Jr. “Ambiguity in the Reading Process: Narrative Mode in ‘After the Race’.” Journal of the Short Story in English 7 (1986): 43-61.

O’Dwyer, Riana Marie Ann. “The Structural and Thematic Use of Irish History in James Joyce’s  Finnegans Wake.” Ann Arbor, MI: Dissertation Abstracts International, 1977.

Orel, Harold. “The Two Attitudes of James Joyce.” Irish History and Culture: Aspects of a People’s Heritage. Ed. Harold Orel. Lawrence: UP of Kansas, 1976. 309-27

Pagnoulle, Christine. “‘Labyrinth of Past/Present/Future’ in Some of Kamau Brathwaite’s Recent Poems.” Crisis and Creativity in the New Literatures in English: Cross/Cultures. Ed. V. Davis Geoffrey and Hena Maes-Jelinek. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990. 449-466.

Radford, F. L. “King, Pope, and Hero-Martyr: Ulysses and the Nightmare of Irish History.” James Joyce Quarterly, 15 (1978): 275-323.

Schueler, Mary Dudley. “Typology and Iconography in Ulysses: A Study of Joyce’s Use of Irish Geography and History as Imagistic Correspondents of Occultist Doctrines.” Dissertation. 1980.

Seidel, Michael. “James Joyce.” The Columbia History of the British Novel. Ed. John Richetti. New York: Columbia UP, 1994. 765-88.

Skeffington, Andree D. Sheehy. “Historical Background to the Testimonial to the Tsar of Russia Referred to in Stephen Hero and A Portrait of the Artist.” James Joyce Quarterly 20.1 (1982): 117-120.

Spoo, Robert. “Tropics of Joycean Discourse: Representations of the Historical Process in The Critical Writings.” James Joyce Quarterly 28.4 (1991): 819-25.

Survant, Joseph. “The Idea of History in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Perspectives on Contemporary Literature, 1.2 (1975): 3-19.

Thompson, Jon. “Joyce and Dialogism: Politics of Style in Dubliners.” Works and Days: Essays in the Socio Historical Dimensions of Literature and the Arts 5.2 (10) (1987): 79-95.

Ungar, Andras. “The Epic of the Irish Nation State: History and Genre in James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses‘.” Dissertation. McGill U, 1992, 1994.

Valente, Joseph. James Joyce and the Problem of Justice: Negotiating Sexual and Colonial Difference. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995.

Waltch, Lilla M. “Perspectives on History: A Study of the Contemporaneity of the Past and the Present in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Ann Arbor, MI: Dissertation Abstracts International, 1976.

Weiss, Timothy. “The ‘Black Beast’ Headline: The Key to an Allusion in Ulysses.” James Joyce Quarterly 19.2 (1982): 183-186.