Critical Articles on Ulysses by Episode


Telemachus

Benstock, Bernard. "Telemachus." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 1-16.

Garcia-Leon, Rafael I. "'Threemaster': A Note on the Last Lines of the Telemachia of Ulysses." Notes on Modern Irish Literature 3 (1991): 49-51.

Levenston, E. A. "Narrative Technique in Ulysses: A Stylistic Comparison of 'Telemachus' and 'Eumaeus'." Language and Style 5 (1972): 260-75.

McDonald, James L. and Norman G. McKendrick, S. J. "The Telemacheia in The Odyssey and Ulysses." International Fiction Review 16.1 (1989): 3-10.

Parrinder, Patrick. "From Telemachus to Penelope: Episodes Anonymous?" Assessing the 1984 Ulysses. Ed. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart. Totowa, N. J: Barnes and Noble Books, 1986. 140-147.

Platt, L. H. "The Buckeen and the Dogsbody: Aspects of History and Culture in 'Telemachus'." James Joyce Quarterly 27.1 (1989): 77-86.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Telemachus'." James Joyce Quarterly 13 (1975): 76-107.

Seidel, Michael. "Nabokov on Joyce, Shakespeare, Telemachus, and Hamlet." James Joyce Quarterly 20.3 (1983): 358-359.

Smith, Craig. "Joyce's Ulysses." Explicator 50.4 (1992): 235-237.

Spoo, Robert. "'Usurper': A Word on the Last Word in 'Telemachus'." James Joyce Quarterly 26.3 (1989): 450-451.

Steinberg, Erwin R. "Telemachus, Stephen, and the Paradigm of the Initiation Rite." James Joyce Quarterly 19.3 (1982): 289-301.

Thornton, Weldon. "An Allusion List for James Joyce's Ulysses: Part I, 'Telemachus'." James Joyce Quarterly 1.1 (1963): 17-25.


Nestor

Epstein, E. L. "Nestor." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 17-28.

Jacobus, Lee A. "Lycidas in the 'Nestor' Episode." James Joyce Quarterly 19.2 (1982): 189-194.

Melchiori, Giorgio. "Two Notes on 'Nestor'." James Joyce Quarterly 22.4 (1985): 414-419.

Schneider, Ulrich. "'An Actuality of the Possible as Possible': Reflections on the Theme of History in 'Nestor'." International Perspectives on James Joyce. Ed. Gottlieb Gaiser. Troy, N. Y: Whitston Publishing Co., 1986. 44-58.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Nestor'." James Joyce Quarterly 13 (1976): 218-33.

Spoo, Robert. "'Nestor' and the Nightmare: The Presence of the Great War in Ulysses." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 32.2 (1986): 137-154.

Thornton, Weldon. "An Allusion List for James Joyce's Ulysses: Part 2, 'Nestor'." James Joyce Quarterly 1.2 (1964): 2-9.

Williams, Trevor. "'As It Was in the Beginning': The Struggle for History in the 'Nestor' Episode of Ulysses." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 16.2 (1990): 36-46.


Proteus

Barry, Peter. "Some Further Correspondences between the 'Proteus' Section of James Joyce's Ulysses and The Waste Land." English Studies 57 (1976): 227-38.

Cappio, James. "Aristotle, Berkeley, and Proteus: Joyce's Use of Philosophy." Philosophy and Literature 5.1 (1981): 21-32.

Castle, Gregory. "'I Am Almosting It'; History, Nature, and the Will to Power in 'Proteus'." James Joyce Quarterly 29.2 (1992): 281-96.

Egri, Peter. "Natura naturans. An Approach to the Poetic Reflection of Reality: The Aspect of Poetry in the Proteus Episode of James Joyce's Ulysses." Acta Litteraria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 15 (1973): 379-417.

Egri, Peter. "Towards Poetry in Prose in the Proteus Episode of James Joyce's Ulysses." Ulysses: Cinquante ans apres. Ed. Louis Bonnerot, Jean Jacquot and Claude Jaquet. Paris: Didier, 1974. 153-60.

Gabler, Hans Walter. "Narrative Rereadings: Some Remarks on 'Proteus,' 'Circe' and 'Penelope'." La Revue des Lettres Modernes: Histoire des Idees et des Litteratures 839 (1988): 57-68.

Jenkins, William D. "Have a Glimpse of Proteus." A Wake Newslitter 10 (1973): 35-37.

McArthur, Murray. "'Signs on a White Field': Semiotics and Forgery in the 'Proteus' Chapter of Ulysses." English Literary History 53.3 (1986): 633-652.

Michels, James. "The Role of Language in Consciousness: A Structuralist Look at 'Proteus' in Ulysses." Language and Style: An International Journal 15.1 (1982): 23-32.

Morse, J. Mitchell. "Proteus." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 29-49.

Otte, George. "Time and Space (with the Emphasis on the Conjunction): Joyce's Response to Lewis." James Joyce Quarterly 22.3 (1985): 297-306.

Richards, Thomas Karr. "Provisional Fixity in James Joyce's 'Proteus'." James Joyce Quarterly 20.4 (1983): 385-398.

Rimo, Patricia A. "'Proteus': From Thoughts to Things." Studies in the Novel 17.3 (1985): 296-302.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Proteus'." James Joyce Quarterly 13 (1976): 436-61.

Steinberg, Erwin R. "'Lestrygonians,' a Pale 'Proteus'?" Modern Fiction Studies 15.1 (1969): 73-86.

Thornton, Weldon. "An Allusion List for James Joyce's Ulysses: Part 3, 'Proteus'." James Joyce Quarterly 1.3 (1964): 25-41.

Vitoux, Pierre. "Aristotle, Berkeley, and Newman in 'Proteus' and Finnegans Wake." James Joyce Quarterly 18.2 (1981): 161-175.

Woodbery, W. Potter. "A Byronic Allusion in Joyce's 'Proteus'." Research Studies 43 (1975): 260-62.


Calypso

Glasheen, Adaline. "Calypso." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 51-70.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Calypso'." James Joyce Quarterly 14 (1976): 63-83.

Schwegel, Douglas M. "Joyce's Ulysses, Calypso Episode." Explicator 27 (1969): Item 49.

Thornton, Weldon. "An Allusion List for James Joyce's Ulysses: Part 4, 'Calypso'." James Joyce Quarterly 1.4 (1964): 7-13.

Williams, Andrew P. "Hero Bloom: The Development of Character in the Calypso Chapter of Joyce's Ulysses." Midwest Quarterly 33.4 (1992): 420-429.


Lotus Eaters

Eastman, Jacqueline F. "The Language of Flowers: A New Source for 'Lotus Eaters'." James Joyce Quarterly 26.3 (1989): 379-396.

Petta, Rochelle. "From Corpus to Corpse: 'Lotus Eaters' to 'Hades'." The Celtic Bull: Essays on James Joyce's Ulysses by Students of the Honors Seminar in Ulysses, Hunter College. Ed. Judy-Lynn Benjamin. University of Tulsa Monograph Series. Tulsa: University of Tulsa, 1966. 24-31.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Lotus Eaters'." James Joyce Quarterly 14 (1977): 198-218.


Hades

Adams, R. M. "Hades." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 91-114.

Collins, Floyd. "The Polytropic Potential of Language in the 'Hades' Chapter of Joyce's Ulysses." The Arkansas Quarterly 2.4 (1993): 268-80.

Petta, Rochelle. "From Corpus to Corpse: 'Lotus Eaters' to 'Hades'." The Celtic Bull: Essays on James Joyce's Ulysses by Students of the Honors Seminar in Ulysses, Hunter College. Ed. Judy-Lynn Benjamin. University of Tulsa Monograph Series. Tulsa: University of Tulsa, 1966. 24-31.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Hades'." James Joyce Quarterly 14 (1977): 335-56.


Aeolus

Bazargan, Susan. "The Headings in 'Aeolus': A Cinematographic View." James Joyce Quarterly 23.3 (1986): 345-350.

Cianci, Giovanni. "Typography Underrated: A Note on Aeolus in Gabler's Edition." Assessing the 1984 Ulysses. Ed. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart. Totowa, N. J: Barnes and Noble Books, 1986. 16-21.

Halperen, Max. "The Uninvited Guest in James Joyce's 'Aeolus'." A Fair Day in the Affections: Literary Essays in Honor of Robert B. White, Jr. Ed. Jack M. Durant, M. Thomas Hester and Robert O. Tilman. Raleigh: Winston, 1980. 187-96.

Herr, Cheryl. "Irish Censorship and 'The Pleasure of the Text': The 'Aeolus' Episode of Joyce's Ulysses." Irish Renaissance Annual 3 (1982): 141-179.

Hodgart, M. J. C. "Aeolus." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 115-30.

Lawrence, Karen R. "'Aeolus': Interruption and Inventory." James Joyce Quarterly 17 (1980): 389-405.

Loss, Archie K. "Joyce's Use of Collage in 'Aeolus'." Journal of Modern Literature 9.2 (1982): 175-182.

Mikics, David. "History and the Rhetoric of the Artist in 'Aeolus'." James Joyce Quarterly 27.3 (1990): 533-558.

Phelan, Francis. "A Source for the Headlines of 'Aeolus'?" James Joyce Quarterly 9 (1971): 146-51.

Schneider, Ulrich. "Mediatization in 'Aeolus' and 'Oxen of the Sun'." Joyce, Modernity, and Its Mediation. Ed. Christine van Boheemen. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1989. 15-21.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Aeolus'." James Joyce Quarterly 14 (1977): 456-75.

Senn, Fritz. "Bucolic Strands in 'Aeolus'." James Joyce Quarterly 27.1 (1989): 129-132.


Lestrygonians

Childress, Lynn D. "'Les Pheniciens et l'Odyssee': A Source for 'Lestrygonians'." James Joyce Quarterly 26.2 (1989): 259-269.

Friedman, Melvin J. "Lestrygonians." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 131-46.

Gibb, Robert. "Cloacal Obsession: Food, Sex, and Death in Lestrygonians." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 10.3-4 (1989): 268-273.

Mood, John J. L. "Gulliver and the Lestrygonians: A Heterodox View of the Social Relevance of Literature." Midwest Quarterly 16 (1975): 409-24.

Neeper, L. Layne. "'The Very Worst Hour of the Day': Betrayal and Bloom in Joyce's 'Lestrygonians'." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 28.1 (1993): 107-20.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Lestrygonians'." James Joyce Quarterly 15 (1977): 58-84.

Steinberg, Erwin R. "'Lestrygonians,' a Pale 'Proteus'?" Modern Fiction Studies 15.1 (1969): 73-86.

Swanson, Roy A. "Edible Wandering Rocks: The Pun as Allegory in Joyce's 'Lestrygonians'." Genre 5 (1972): 385-403.


Scylla and Charybdis

Dilworth, Thomas and Karen Marrero. "A.E.I.O.U.: Plato and Rimbaud in 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.1 (1990): 298-301.

Erzgraber, Willi. "Art and Reality: An Interpretation of 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 24.3 (1987): 291-304.

Hunt, John S. "Sundering and Reconciliation: The Aesthetic Theory of Joyce's 'Scylla and Charybdis'." Modern Language Quarterly 47.3 (1986): 291-315.

Jenkins, Ralph. "Theosophy in 'Scylla and Charybdis'." Modern Fiction Studies 15.1 (1969): 35-48.

Kellogg, Robert. "Scylla and Charybdis." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 147-79.

Lobner, Corinna del Greco. "The Metamorphosis of Brunetto's Basilisk in 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 15 (1978): 134-37.

Marcus, Phillip L. "A Possible Anachronism in 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 3 (1966): 294-295.

Marcus, Phillip L. "Notes on Irish Elements in 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 10 (1973): 312-20.

Mercier, Vivian. "John Eglinton as Socrates: A Study of 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce: An International Perspective. Ed. Suheil Badi Bushrui and Bernard Benstock. Totowa, N. J: Barnes and Noble Books, 1982. 65-81.

Michels, James. "'Scylla and Charybdis': Revenge in James Joyce's Ulysses." James Joyce Quarterly 20.2 (1983): 175-192.

Osteen, Mark. "The Intertextual Economy in 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.1 (1990): 197-208.

Platt, L. H. "The Voice of Esau: Culture and Nationalism in 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 29.4 (1992): 737-750.

Schutte, William M. "Allusions in 'Scylla and Charybdis': A Supplement to Weldon Thornton's List." James Joyce Quarterly 7 (1970): 315-25.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Scylla and Charybdis'." James Joyce Quarterly 15 (1978): 153-73.


Wandering Rocks

Benjamin, Judy-Lynn. "'The Wandering Rocks': The Heart of Ulysses." The Celtic Bull: Essays on James Joyce's Ulysses by Students of the Honors Seminar in Ulysses, Hunter College. Ed. Judy-Lynn Benjamin. Tulsa: University of Tulsa, 1966. 54-61.

Cronin, Edward J. "Of Mirrors and Maps and Houses with Gardens: Joyce's 'Wandering Rocks,' Chapter X, Ulysses." North Dakota Quarterly 48.1 (1980): 40-52.

Hannay, John. "The Throwaway of 'Wandering Rocks'." James Joyce Quarterly 17 (1980): 434-39.

Hart, Clive. "Wandering Rocks." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 181-216.

Joly, Ralph Robert. "Simchath Torah and the 'Wandering Rocks' Episode: A Festival of Readings." James Joyce Quarterly 28.1 (1990): 303-306.

Knuth, Leo. "James Joyce's Ulysses, Chapter X: Wandering Rocks." Language & Literature 1.2 (1972): 30-54.

Lane, Mervin. "A Synecdochic Reading of 'Wandering Rocks' in Ulysses." Western Humanities Review 28 (1974): 125-40.

McCormick, Kathleen. "Just a Flash Like That: The Pleasure of 'Cruising' the Interpolations in 'Wandering Rocks'." James Joyce Quarterly 24.3 (1987): 275-290.

McCormick, Kathleen. "'First Steps' in 'Wandering Rocks': Students' Differences, Literary Transactions, and Pleasures." Reader: Essays in Reader Oriented Theory, Criticism, and Pedagogy 20 (1988): 48-67.

McCormick, Kathleen. Ulysses, "Wandering Rocks," and the Reader: Multiple Pleasures in Reading. Lewiston, N. Y: E. Mellen Press, 1991.

Melchiori, Giorgio. "The Wandering Rocks, or the Rejection of Stephen Dedalus." Essays and Studies 28 (1975): 58-75.

Nair, Mark. "Joyce's Ulysses." Explicator 50.4 (1992): 237-238.

Power, Mary. "Why Miss Dunne Was Reading The Woman in White in the Middle of 'Wandering Rocks'." James Joyce Quarterly 13 (1976): 237-41.

Raspa, Richard. "The 'Wandering Rocks' of Ulysses." Literary Half-Yearly 16.1 (1975): 131-52.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Wandering Rocks'." James Joyce Quarterly 15 (1978): 244-58.

Sherry, Vincent. "Distant Music: 'Wandering Rocks' and the Art of Gratuity." James Joyce Quarterly 31.2 (1994): 30-40.

Smith, Leslie F. "Homer and Apollonius on the Wandering Rocks." James Joyce Quarterly 9 (1972): 479-81.

Swanson, Roy A. "Edible Wandering Rocks: The Pun as Allegory in Joyce's 'Lestrygonians'." Genre 5 (1972): 385-403.

Wenke, John. "Charity: The Measure of Morality in 'Wandering Rocks'." Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 15.1 (1980): 100-13.

William, Trevor. "'Conmeeism' and the Universe of Discourse in 'Wandering Rocks'." James Joyce Quarterly 29.2 (1992): 267-79.

Winters, Kirk. "Joyce's Ulysses as Poem: Rhythm, Rhyme, and Color in "Wandering Rocks"." Emporia State Research Studies 31.3 (1983): 5-44.


Sirens

Attridge, Derek. "Joyce's Lipspeech: Syntax and the Subject in 'Sirens'." James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium. Ed. Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986. 59-65.

Bowen, Zack. "The Bronzegold Sirensong: A Musical Analysis of the Sirens Episode in Joyce's Ulysses." Literary Monographs 1 (1966): 247-298, 319-320.

Conely, James. "Sounding the Sirens Again: An Evaluation of Musical Structure in the Sirens Chapter of James Joyce's Ulysses." Ars Lyrica 7 (1993): 107-15.

Eichelberger, Carl. "'Words? Music? No: It's What's Behind': Verbal and Physical Transformations in 'Sirens'." International Perspectives on James Joyce. Ed. Gottlieb Gaiser. Troy, N. Y: Whitston Publishing Co., 1986. 59-67.

French, Marilyn. "The Voices of the Sirens in Joyce's Ulysses." Journal of Narrative Technique 8 (1978): 1-10.

Gillespie, Michael Patrick. "Wagner in the Ormond Bar: Operatic Elements in the 'Sirens' Episode of Ulysses." Irish Renaissance Annual 4 (1983): 157-173.

Herman, David. "'Sirens' after Schonberg." James Joyce Quarterly 31.4 (1994): 473-94.

Herr, Cheryl. "Nature and Culture in the 'Sirens' Episode of Joyce's Ulysses." Essays in Literature 11.1 (1984): 49-58.

Honton, Margaret. "Thou Lost One: All Songs on the Theme in 'Sirens'." James Joyce Quarterly 17 (1979): 41-48.

Knowles, Sebastian. "The Substructure of 'Sirens': Molly as Nexus Omnia Ligans." James Joyce Quarterly 23.4 (1986): 447-463.

Lees, Heath. "The Introduction to 'Sirens' and the Fuga per Canonem." James Joyce Quarterly 22.1 (1984): 39-54.

Levin, Lawrence L. "The Sirens Episode as Music: Joyce's Experiment in Prose Polyphony." James Joyce Quarterly 3 (1965): 12-24.

Nestrovski, Arthur. "Blindness and Inwit: James Joyce and the Sirens: A Reading of Chapter 11 of Ulysses." The Iowa Review 18.1 (1988): 18-26.

Ogawa, Yoshihik. "Three Allusions in 'The Sirens'." James Joyce Quarterly 10 (1973): 269-70.

Rabaté, Jean-Michel. "The Silence of the Sirens." James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium. Ed. Morris Beja. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986. 82-88.

Reynolds, Mary T., Giose Rimanelli and Kenneth John Atchity. "Dante's Francesca and James Joyce's 'Sirens,'." Italian Literature: Roots and Branches. Ed. Giose Rimanelli and Kenneth John Atchity. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1976. 155-200.

Rogers, Margaret. "Decoding the Fugue in 'Sirens'." James Joyce Literary Supplement 4.1 (1990): 15-20.

Salus, Peter H. "Joyce's Ulysses, II, viii ('The Sirens')." Explicator 23 (1965): Item 67.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Sirens'." James Joyce Quarterly 15 (1978): 354-75.

Solomon, Margaret C. "Striking the Lost Chord: The Motif of 'Waiting' in the Sirens Episode of Ulysses." Yeats, Joyce, and Beckett: New Light on Three Modern Irish Writers. Ed. Kathleen McGrory and John Unterecker. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1976. 92-104.

Stanier, Michael. "'The Void Awaits Surely All Them That Weave the Wind': 'Penelope' and 'Sirens' in Ulysses." Twentieth Century Literature 41.3 (1995): 319-31.

Tapscott, Stephen. "An Echo of Horns in 'Sirens'." James Joyce Quarterly 15 (1977): 89-91.

Topia, Andre. "'Sirens': The Emblematic Vibration. Papers Presented at 8th Internat. James Joyce Symposium, Dublin, Ireland." James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium.:. Ed. Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986. 76-81.

Valente, Joseph. "Who Made the Tune: Becoming-Woman in 'Sirens'." James Joyce Quarterly 30.2 (1993): 191-208.


Cyclops

Cronin, Edward. "'Citizen James Joyce': Some Possible Sources for 'Cyclops'." Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies 15.1 (1985): 20-37.

Davison, Neil R. "'Cyclops,' Sinn Fein, and 'the Jew': An Historical Reconsideration." Journal of Modern Literature 19.2 (1995): 245-57.

Finholt, Richard D. "Method in the Cyclops Episode: Joyce on the Nature of Epic Heroes in the Modern World." University of Dayton Review 9.1 (1972): 3-13.

Gibson, Andrew. "'History, All That': Revival Historiography and Literary Strategy in the 'Cyclops' Episode in Ulysses." Essays and Studies 44 (1991): 53-69.

Groden, Michael. "'Cyclops' in Progress." James Joyce Quarterly 12 (1975): 123-68.

Hartley, Sandra. "Bloom's Dilemma: Odysseus Versus the Cyclops." The Celtic Bull: Essays on James Joyce's Ulysses by Students of the Honors Seminar in Ulysses, Hunter College. Ed. Judy-Lynn Benjamin. Tulsa: University of Tulsa, 1966. 70-73.

Harty, John. "'Cyclops': A Drunken Nightmare of Irish History." Notes on Modern Irish Literature 7.2 (1995): 16-21.

Hayman, David. "Two Eyes at Two Levels: A Response to Herbert Schneidau on Joyce's 'Cyclops'." James Joyce Quarterly 16 (1978): 105-09.

Jackson, Tony E. "'Cyclops,' 'Nausicaa,' and Joyce's Imaginary Irish Couple." James Joyce Quarterly 29.1 (1991): 63-83.

Layman, Lewis. "The Influence of the Cyclops Episode of Ulysses on the Jason Section of The Sound and the Fury." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 13.1 (1987): 61-74.

Meyers, Jeffrey. "'Cyclops' and the Ashanti War." James Joyce Quarterly 29.2 (1992): 408-10.

Osteen, Mark. "Narrative Gifts: 'Cyclops' and the Economy of Excess." Joyce Studies Annual (1990): 162-196.

Prier, Raymond Adolph. "Joyce's Linguistic Imitation of Homer: The 'Cyclops Episode' and the Radical Appearance of the Catalogue Style." Neohelicon: Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum 14.1 (1987): 39-66.

Pringle, Mary Beth. "Funfersum: Dialogue as Metafictional Technique in the 'Cyclops' Episode of Ulysses." James Joyce Quarterly 18.4 (1981): 397-416.

Rankin, H. D. "James Joyce's Satyr-Play: The 'Cyclops' Episode in Ulysses." Agora 2.2 (1973): 3-12.

Schneidau, Herbert. "One Eye and Two Levels: On Joyce's 'Cyclops'." James Joyce Quarterly 16 (1978): 95-103.

Schoenberg, E. I. "The Identity of the 'Cyclops' Narrator in James Joyce's Ulysses." Journal of Modern Literature 5 (1976): 534-39.

Schwartzman, Myron. "The V.A.8 Copybook: An Early Draft of the 'Cyclops' Chapter of Ulysses with Notes on Its Development." James Joyce Quarterly 12 (1974): 64-122.

Sicker, Philip. "Leopold's Travels: Swiftian Optics in Joyce's 'Cyclops'." Joyce Studies Annual 6 (1995): 59-78.

Van Caspel, Paul. "A Plea for Intertranslation: Notes on the Cyclops Chapter of Ulysses." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters 9 (1979): 114-28.


Nausicaa

Devlin, Kimberly. "The Romance Heroine Exposed: 'Nausicaa' and The Lamplighter." James Joyce Quarterly 22.4 (1985): 383-396.

Frattaroli, Enrico. "'Scaenica Meditans': Mr Bloom - Ricercare a tre voci dispari e: From Ulysses by James Joyce - 'Nausicaa': Bloom's Interior Monologue." Myriadminded Man: Jottings on Joyce. Ed. Rosa Maria Bosinelli, Paola Pugliatti and Romana Zacchi. Bologna: University of Bologna Press, 1986. 229-231.

Gerber, Richard J. "More on Isis in 'Nausicaa'." James Joyce Quarterly 25.4 (1988): 519-520.

Jackson, Tony E. "'Cyclops,' 'Nausicaa,' and Joyce's Imaginary Irish Couple." James Joyce Quarterly 29.1 (1991): 63-83.

Laroque, Francois. "Mr. Bloom's Strange 'Gou(l)ache': A Reading in Perspective of the 'Nausicaa' Section of Ulysses." Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens 8 (1979): 53-73.

Law, Jules David. "'Pity They Can't See Themselves': Assessing the 'subject' of Pornography in 'Nausicaa'." James Joyce Quarterly 27.2 (1990): 219-239.

Leonard, Garry. "The Virgin Mary and the Urge in Gerty: The Packaging of Desire in the 'Nausicaa' Chapter of Ulysses." University of Hartford Studies in Literature 23.1 (1991): 3-23.

McGee, Patrick. "Joyce's Nausea: Style and Representation in 'Nausicaa'." James Joyce Quarterly 24.3 (1987): 305-318.

Norris, Margot. "Modernism, Myth, and Desire in 'Nausicaa'." James Joyce Quarterly 26.1 (1988): 37-50.

Ochoa, Peggy. "Joyce's 'Nausicaa': The Paradox of Advertising Narcissism." James Joyce Quarterly 30-31.4-1 (1993): 783-93.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Nausicaa' and 'Oxen of the Sun'." James Joyce Quarterly 16 (1979): 311-33.

Senn, Fritz. "Nausicaa." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 277-311.

Smith, Craig. "Eros in the 'Nausicaa' of Homer and Joyce." Researcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal 13.3 (1990): 53-61.

Smith, Craig. "Twilight in Dublin: A Look at Joyce's 'Nausicaa'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.3 (1991): 631-35.

Smith, Craig. "Joyce's Ulysses." Explicator 50.4 (1992): 235-237.

Steiner, Wendy. "'There Was Meaning in His Look': The Meeting of Pictorial Models in Joyce's 'Nausicaa'." University of Hartford Studies in Literature: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Criticism 16.2-3 (1984): 90-103.

Warner, John M. "Myth and History in Joyce's 'Nausicaa' Episode." James Joyce Quarterly 24.1 (1986): 19-31.


Oxen of the Sun

Ames, Christopher. "The Modernist Canon Narrative: Woolf's Between the Acts and Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun'." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 37.4 (1991): 390-404.

Atherton, J. S. "The Oxen of the Sun." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 313-39.

Bauerle, Ruth. "A Sober Drunken Speech: Stephen's Parodies in 'The Oxen of the Sun'." James Joyce Quarterly 5 (1967): 40-46.

Bazargan, Susan. "'Oxen of the Sun': Maternity, Language, and History." James Joyce Quarterly 22.3 (1985): 271-280.

Benstock, Bernard. "Decoding in the Dark in 'Oxen of the Sun'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.3 (1991): 637-42.

Benzenhofer, Udo. "Joyce and Embryology: Giulio Valenti's 'Lezioni elementari di embriologia' as a Source for 'Oxen of the Sun'." James Joyce Quarterly 26.4 (1989): 608-611.

Culleton, Claire A. "Patronymics and Onomastics in 'Oxen of the Sun'." Onomastica Canadiana 70.1 (1988): 23-32.

Fuzier, Jean. "Cope Horn Revisited: An Exploration of Joyce's Use of Some Limericks." Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens 14 (1981): 111-121.

Gaipa, Mark. "Culture, Anarchy, and the Politics of Modernist Style in Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun'." Modern Fiction Studies 41.2 (1995): 195-217.

Gordon, John. "Obeying the Boss in 'Oxen of the Sun'." English Literary History 58.1 (1991): 233-59.

Janusko, Robert. The Sources and Structures of James Joyce's "Oxen". Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, 1983.

Janusko, Robert. "Another Anthology for 'Oxen': Barnett and Dale." James Joyce Quarterly 27.2 (1990): 257-281.

Janusko, Robert. "Yet Another Anthology for the 'Oxen': Murison's Selections." Joyce Studies Annual (1990): 117-131.

Janusko, Robert. "Grave Beauty: Newman in 'Oxen'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.3 (1991): 617-21.

Kadir, Djelal. "Stalking the Oxen of the Sun and Felling the Sacred Cows: Joyce's Ulysses and Cabrera Infante's Three Trapped Tigers." Latin American Literary Review 8 (1976): 15-22.

Reese, Steven. "The Doughty Deeds in 'Oxen of the Sun'." James Joyce Quarterly 23.4 (1986): 500-502.

Schneider, Ulrich. "Mediatization in 'Aeolus' and 'Oxen of the Sun'." Joyce, Modernity, and Its Mediation. Ed. Christine van Boheemen. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1989. 15-21.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Nausicaa' and 'Oxen of the Sun'." James Joyce Quarterly 16 (1979): 311-33.

Vitous, Pierre. "Joyce et Landor dans The Oxen of the Sun." Ulysses: Cinquante ans apres. Ed. Louis Bonnerot, Jean Jacquot and Claude Jaquet. Paris: Didier, 1974. 203-07.

Wales, Kathleen. "The 'Oxen of the Sun' in 'Ulysses': Joyce and Anglo-Saxon." James Joyce Quarterly 26.3 (1989): 319-332.


Circe

Bowen, Zack. "'Circe': Why, What and How: Circe and the Epiphany Concept." Joyce & Paris: 1902...1920 - 1940...1975. Ed. Jacques Aubert and Maria Jolas. Paris: Eds. du C.N.R.S., 1975. 11-14.

Briggs, Austin. "'Roll Away the Reel World, the Reel World': 'Circe' and Cinema." Coping with Joyce: Essays from the Copenhagen Symposium. Ed. Morris Beja and Shari Benstock. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1989. 145-156.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Social Significances of Bloom's Psychology in 'Circe'." Aubert, J.; Jolas, M. Joyce & Paris: 1902...1920 - 1940...1975. Ed. Jacques Aubert and Maria Jolas. Paris: Eds. du C.N.R.S., 1975. 20-22.

Channell-Purdy, Marilyn. "'Circe' and Thomas Otway's The Souldier's Fortune." James Joyce Quarterly 28.3 (1991): 651-55.

Daleski, H. M. "Joyce's 'Circe': A Tale of Dragons." Essays on English and American Literature and a Sheaf of Poems. Ed. J. Bakker, J. A. Verleun and J. v. d. Vriesenaerde. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987. 151-163.

Dunphy, Mark. "Joyce's 'Circe' Tribute to Apollinaire." James Joyce Quarterly 20.2 (1983): 231.

Ferrer, Daniel. "Dolce Prospettiva: Roman or Renaissance Linear Perspective in 'Circe'?" La Revue des Lettres Modernes 1173-1182 (1994): 95-103.

Gabler, Hans Walter. "Narrative Rereadings: Some Remarks on 'Proteus,' 'Circe' and 'Penelope'." La Revue des Lettres Modernes: Histoire des Idees et des Litteratures 839 (1988): 57-68.

Gaiser, Gottlieb. "A Note on the Principle of Dramatization in 'Circe'." James Joyce Quarterly 16 (1979): 501-05.

Gordon, John. "Approaching Reality in 'Circe'." Joyce Studies Annual 5 (1994): 3-21.

Harkness, Marguerite. "Circe: The Mousetrap of Ulysses." James Joyce Quarterly 12 (1975): 259-72.

Harkness, Marguerite. "Gesture in 'Circe." Aubert, J.; Jolas, M. Joyce & Paris: 1902...1920 - 1940...1975. Ed. Jacques Aubert and Maria Jolas. Paris: Eds. du C.N.R.S., 1975. 17-19.

Herr, Cheryl. "'One Good Turn Deserves Another': Theatrical Cross-Dressing in Joyce's 'Circe' Episode." Journal of Modern Literature 11.2 (1984): 263-276.

Herring, Phillip F. "Some Corrections and Additions to Norman Silverstein's 'Magic on the Notesheets of the Circe Episode'." James Joyce Quarterly 2 (1965): 217-226.

Kenner, Hugh. "Circe." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 341-62.

Leithauser, Gladys Garner, and Paul Sporn. "Hypsospadia: Linguistic Guidepost to the Themes of the 'Circe' Episode of Ulysses." Journal of Modern Literature 4 (1974): 109-14.

Mayoux, Jean-Jacques. "Du cote de chez Circe." Ulysses: Cinquante ans apres. Ed. Louis Bonnerot, Jean Jacquot and Claude Jaquet. Paris: Didier, 1974. 189-95.

McCarthy, Patrick A. "Non-Dramatic Illusion in 'Circe'." Joyce & Paris: 1902...1920 - 1940...1975. Ed. Jacques Aubert and Maria Jolas. Paris: Eds. du C.N.R.S., 1975. 23-26.

Nadel, Ira B. "'Circe': Textual Method and Textual Meaning." Studies in the Novel 22.2 (1990): 163-178.

Newman, Robert D. "The Left-Handed Path of 'Circe'." James Joyce Quarterly 23.2 (1986): 223-227.

Peden, William. "A Note or Two on Form and Content in 'Circe'." Joyce & Paris: 1902...1920 - 1940...1975. Ed. Jacques Aubert and Maria Jolas. Paris: Eds. du C.N.R.S., 1975. 15-16.

Rickard, John S. "Philotheology in Mecklenburg Street." James Joyce Quarterly 23.1 (1985): 80-82.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Circe'." James Joyce Quarterly 16 (1979): 455-72.

Takashi, Suzuki. "The Unity of Circe." Studies in English Literature 58.1 (1981): 23-32.

Tempera, Mariangela. "A Battle of Voices: The Authorship of the Stage Directions in 'Circe'." Myriadminded Man: Jottings on Joyce. Ed. Rosa Maria Bosinelli, Paola Pugliatti and Romana Zacchi. Bologna: University of Bologna Press, 1986. 195-207.

Zeitlin, Michael. "Faulkner in Nighttown: Mosquitoes and the 'Circe' Episode." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 42.3 (1989): 299-310.

Ziarek, Ewa. "'Circe': Joyce's Argumentum ad Feminam." James Joyce Quarterly 30.1 (1992): 51-68.


Eumaeus

Breuer, Horst. "Who Narrates Joyce's 'Eumaeus'?" Das Natur/Kultur-Paradigma in der englischsprachigen Erzahlliteratur des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Paul Goetsch. Ed. Konrad Gross, Kurt Muller and Meinhard Winkgens. Tubingen: Narr, 1994. 134-49.

Brienza, Susan. "Murphy, Shem, Morpheus, and Murphies: Eumaeus Meets the Wake." Joycean Occasions: Essays from the Milwaukee James Joyce Conference. Ed. Janet E. Dunleavy, Melvin J. Friedman and Michael Gillespie. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1991. 80-94.

Brockman, William S. "The New Bloom in 'Eumaeus': The Emendations of Ulysses: A Critical and Synoptic Edition." James Joyce Quarterly 28.1 (1990): 153-168.

Bruns, Gerald L. "Eumaeus." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 363-83.

Carpentier, Martha Celeste. "Eleusinian Archetype and Ritual in 'Eumaeus' and 'Ithaca'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.1 (1990): 221-238.

Gibson, Andrew. "'Broken Down and Fast Breaking Up': Style, Technique and Vision in the 'Eumaeus' Episode in Ulysses." Southern Review: Literary and Interdisciplinary Essays 17.3 (1984): 256-269.

Hannay, John. "Coincidence and Fables of Identity in 'Eumaeus'." James Joyce Quarterly 21.4 (1984): 341-355.

Heusel, Barbara Stevens. "Vestiges of Truth: A Study of James Joyce's 'Eumaeus'." Studies in the Novel 18.4 (1986): 403-414.

Lawrence, Karen R. "'Beggaring Description': Politics and Style in Joyce's 'Eumaeus'." Modern Fiction Studies 38.2 (1992): 355-76.

Levenston, E. A. "Narrative Technique in Ulysses: A Stylistic Comparison of 'Telemachus' and 'Eumaeus'." Language and Style 5 (1972): 260-75.

Maddox, James H. , Jr. "'Eumaeus' and the Theme of Return in Ulysses." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 16 (1974): 211-20.

Marengo, Carla. "Joyce and Metafiction: The Case of 'Eumaeus'." International Perspectives on James Joyce. Ed. Gottlieb Gaiser. Troy, N. Y: Whitston Publishing Co., 1986. 68-87.

Newman, Robert D. "'Eumaeus' as Sacrificial Narrative." James Joyce Quarterly 30.3 (1993): 451-58.

Osteen, Mark. "The Money Question at the Back of Everything: Cliches, Counterfeits and Forgeries in Joyce's 'Eumaeus'." Modern Fiction Studies 38.4 (1992): 821-43.

Raleigh, John Henry. "On the Way Home to Ithaca: The Functions of the "Eumaeus" Section in Ulysses." Irish Renaissance Annual. 2 (1981): 13-114.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Eumaeus,' 'Ithaca,' and 'Penelope'." James Joyce Quarterly 17 (1979): 67-80.

Stead, Alistair. "Reflections on Eumaeus: Ways of Error and Glory in Ulysses." James Joyce and Modern Literature. Ed. W. J. McCormack and Alistair Stead. London: Routledge, 1982. 142-165.

Thomas, Brook. "The Counterfeit Style of 'Eumaeus'." James Joyce Quarterly 14 (1976): 15-24.

Tiffany, Grace. "Our Mutual Friend in 'Eumaeus': Joyce Appropriates Dickens." Journal of Modern Literature 16.4 (1990): 643-46.

Watt, Stephen. "Brief Exposures: Commodification, Exchange Value, and the Figure of Woman in 'Eumaeus'." James Joyce Quarterly 30-31.4-1 (1993): 757-82.


Ithaca

Baker, Harold D. "Rite of Passage: 'Ithaca,' Style, and the Structure of Ulysses." James Joyce Quarterly 23.3 (1986): 277-297.

Benstock, Bernard. "Dateline Ithaca: The News from Eccles Street." Modern British Literature 5 (1980): 29-42.

Carpentier, Martha Celeste. "Eleusinian Archetype and Ritual in 'Eumaeus' and 'Ithaca'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.1 (1990): 221-238.

Chinitz, David. "All the Dishevelled Wandering Stars: Astronomical Symbolism in 'Ithaca'." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 37.4 (1991): 432-41.

Collins, R. G. "Joyce's Catechism in 'Ithaca'." Dalhousie Review 62.1 (1982): 70-86.

Doxey, William S. "Ithaca's Westward-turning Earth: A New Portal of Discovery in Ulysses." James Joyce Quarterly 7 (1970): 371-74.

Fleishman, Avrom. "Science in Ithaca." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 8 (1967): 377-391.

Fludernik, Monika. "'Ithaca': An Essay in Non-Narrativity." International Perspectives on James Joyce. Ed. Gottlieb Gaiser. Troy, N. Y: Whitston Publishing Co., 1986. 88-105.

Gordon, John. "'Ithaca' as the Letter 'C'." James Joyce Quarterly 32.1 (1994): 45-59.

Hannay, John. "Coincidence and Analytic Reduction in the 'Ithaca' Episode in Ulysses." Journal of Narrative Technique 13.3 (1983): 141-153.

Keane, Patrick J. "Time's Ruins and the Mansions of Eternity: or, Golgonooza and Jerusalem, Yes; Bloomusalem and Beulah, No; Ithaca, Yes and No: Another Joyce-Blake Parallel at the End of Bloomsday." Bulletin of Research in the Humanities 86.1 (1983): 33-66.

Lawrence, Karen R. "Style and Narrative in the 'Ithaca' Chapter of Joyce's Ulysses." English Literary History 47 (1980): 559-74.

Litz, A. Walton. "Ithaca." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 385-405.

Madtes, Richard E. "Joyce and the Building of Ithaca." English Literary History 31 (1964): 443-459.

Madtes, Richard E. The "Ithaca" Chapter of Joyce's Ulysses. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, 1983.

Marre, K. E. "Experimentation with a Symbol from Mythology: The Courses of the Comets in the 'Ithaca' Chapter of Ulysses." Modern Fiction Studies 20 (1974): 385-90.

McCarthy, Patrick A. "Joyce's Unreliable Catechist: Mathematics and the Narration of 'Ithaca'." English Literary History 51.3 (1984): 605-618.

Miller, Nicholas A. "Beyond Recognition: Reading the Unconsciousness in the 'Ithaca' Episode of Ulysses." James Joyce Quarterly 30.2 (1993): 209-18.

O'Toole, Mary. "The Bow of Ulysses in 'Ithaca'." James Joyce Quarterly 24.2 (1987): 220-223.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Eumaeus,' 'Ithaca,' and 'Penelope'." James Joyce Quarterly 17 (1979): 67-80.

Skene, Arlene E. "The Poetics of Science: The Bloomsday Myth." Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 7.2 (1981): 56-75.

Tagopoulos, Constance V. "Joyce and Homer: Return, Disguise, and Recognition in 'Ithaca'." Joyce in Context. Ed. Vincent J. Cheng and Timothy Martin. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1992. 184-200.

Turner, R. A., and G. W. Turner. "The Nature of James Joyce's Parody in 'Ithaca'." Modern Language Review 64 (1969): 759-763.

Van Caspel, Paul. "Some Notes on 'Ithaca'." James Joyce Broadsheet 14 (1984): 3.

Watson, Edward A. "Stoom-Bloom: Scientific Objectivity versus Romantic Subjectivity in the Ithaca Episode of Joyce's Ulysses." University of Windsor Review 2.1 (1966): 11-25.

Weinstein, Norman. "The 'Ithaca' Chapter of Ulysses: Notes on Science, Number and Poetic Structure." Southern Review 12 (1979): 3-22.

Wilcox, Joan Parisi. "Joyce, Euclid, and 'Ithaca'." James Joyce Quarterly 28.3 (1991): 643-49.

Worthington, Mabel P. "Joyce's Ulysses ('Ithaca')." Explicator 21 (1963): Item 37.


Penelope (and Molly Bloom)

Abbott, Sally. "Artemis: The Pre-Homeric Source of Marion Tweedy Bloom." James Joyce Quarterly 23.4 (1986): 497-500.

Attridge, Derek. "Molly's Flow: The Writing of 'Penelope' and the Question of Women's Language." Modern Fiction Studies 35.3 (1989): 543-565.

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 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 2.10 (1987): 63-77.

Boheemen, Christine van. "'The language of flow': Joyce's Dispossession of the Feminine in Ulysses." Joyce, Modernity, and Its Mediation. Ed. Christine van Boheemen. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1989. 63-77.

Boyle, Robert S. J. "Penelope." James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays. Ed. Clive Hart and David Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 407-33.

Callow, Heather Cook. "'Marion of the Bountiful Bosoms': Molly Bloom and the Nightmare of History." Twentieth Century Literature 36.4 (1990): 464-76.

Card, James Van Dyck. "'Contradicting': The Word for Joyce's 'Penelope'." James Joyce Quarterly 11 (1974): 17-26.

Card, James Van Dyck. "The Ups and Downs, Ins and Outs of Molly Bloom: Patterns of Words in 'Penelope'." James Joyce Quarterly 19.2 (1982): 127-140.

Card, James Van Dyck. An Anatomy of "Penelope". Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984.

Card, James Van Dyck. "Molly Bloom, Soprano." James Joyce Quarterly 27.3 (1990): 595-602.

Devlin, Kimberley. "Pretending in 'Penelope': Masquerade, Mimicry, and Molly Bloom." Molly Blooms: A Polyogue on "Penelope" and Cultural Studies. Ed. Richard Pearce. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1994. 80-102.

Doherty, Lillian E. "Joyce's Penelope and Homer's: Feminist Reconsiderations." Classical and Modern Literature: A Quarterly 10.4 (1990): 343-349.

Felson-Rubin, Nancy. Regarding Penelope. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994.

Gabler, Hans Walter. "Narrative Rereadings: Some Remarks on 'Proteus,' 'Circe' and 'Penelope'." La Revue des Lettres Modernes: Histoire des Idees et des Litteratures 839 (1988): 57-68.

Good, Jan. "Behind Taittering Lips: Molly Bloom's Losses and Sexual Guilt." Literature and Psychology 33.1 (1987): 1-11.

Hall, Gail. "'Plots and Plans': Molly Bloom's Fiction." Massachusetts Review 31.4 (1990): 582-97.

Henderson, Diana E. "Joyce's Modernist Woman: Whose Last Word?" Modern Fiction Studies 35.3 (1989): 517-528.

Henke, Suzette. "Speculum of the Other Molly: A Feminist/Psychoanalytic Inquiry into James Joyce's Politics of Desire." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 21.2-3 (1988): 149-164.

Herr, Cheryl. "'Penelope' as Period Piece." Novel: A Forum on Fiction 22.2 (1989): 130-142.

Herring, Philip. "The Bedsteadfastness of Molly Bloom." Modern Fiction Studies 15 (1969): 49-61.

Hogan, Patrick Colm. "Molly Bloom's Lacanian Firtree: Law, Ambiguity, and the Limits of Paradise." James Joyce Quarterly 29.1 (1991): 103-16.

Kimball, Jean. "From Eve to Helen: Stages of the Anima-Figure in Joyce's Ulysses." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 20.2 (1987): 29-40.

Kimball, Jean. "An Ambiguous Faithlessness: Molly Bloom and the Widow of Ephesus." James Joyce Quarterly 31.4 (1994): 455-72.

Lammers, John H. "The Archetypal Molly Bloom, Joyce's Frail Wife of Bath." James Joyce Quarterly 25.4 (1988): 487-502.

Lamos, Colleen R. "Cheating on the Father: Joyce and Gender Justice in Ulysses." Joyce in Context. Ed. Vincent J. Cheng and Timothy Martin. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1992. 91-99.

Langford, Larry L. "How Many Children Had Molly Bloom? Sons and Lovers in Ulysses." Literature and Psychology 34.2 (1988): 27-40.

Levitt, Annette Shandler. "The Pattern out of the Wallpaper: Luce Irigaray and Molly Bloom." Modern Fiction Studies 35.3 (1989): 507-516.

Lyman, Stephany. "Revision and Intention in Joyce's 'Penelope'." James Joyce Quarterly 20.2 (1983): 193-200.

McCormick, Kathleen. "Reproducing Molly Bloom: A Revisionist History of the Reception of 'Penelope,' 1922-1970." Molly Blooms: A Polyogue on "Penelope" and Cultural Studies. Ed. Richard Pearce. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1994.

Morse, J. Mitchell. "Molly Bloom Revisited." A James Joyce Miscellany. Ed. Marvin Magalaner. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1959. 139-149.

Newman, Robert D. "The Transformative Quality of the Feminine in the 'Penelope' Episode of Ulysses." Journal of Analytical Psych 31 (1986): 63-74.

Nichols, Ashton. "JOYCEZSEASIDEGIRLS: Gretta, Bertha, Molly and Nora . . . All from Gibralway?" Biography 8.4 (1985): 336-352.

Parrinder, Patrick. "From Telemachus to Penelope: Episodes Anonymous?" Assessing the 1984 Ulysses. Ed. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart. Totowa, N. J: Barnes and Noble Books, 1986. 140-147.

Pearce, Richard. "How Does Molly Bloom Look Through the Male Gaze?" Molly Blooms: A Polyogue on "Penelope" and Cultural Studies. Ed. Richard Pearce. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1994. 40-57.

Pearce, Richard, ed. Molly Blooms: A Polyogue on "Penelope" and Cultural Studies. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1994.

Poder, Elfriede. "Molly Is Sexuality: The Weiningerian Definition of Woman in Joyce's Ulysses." Jews & Gender: Responses to Otto Weininger. Ed. Nancy A. Harrowitz and Barbara Hyams. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1995. 227-35.

Potvin, Claudine. "Lecture de 'Penelope': La Notion de desir chez Joyce." Mosaic 12.3 (1979): 59-67.

Power, Mary. "Myth and the Absent Heroine: Dulcinea del Toboso and Molly Bloom." Indiana Journal of Hispanic Literatures 5 (1994): 251-61.

Quick, Jonathan. "Molly Bloom's Mother." English Literary History 57.1 (1990): 223-240.

Rea, Joanne. "Molly Mollusca: A Joycean Sexual Symbol." English Language Notes 23.2 (1985): 62-66.

Restuccia, Frances L. "Molly in Furs: Deleuzean/Masochian Masochism in the Writing of James Joyce." Novel: A Forum on Fiction 18.2 (1985): 101-116.

Richardson, Robert. "Molly's Last Word." Twentieth Century Literature 12 (1967): 177-185.

Schutte, William M. "An Index of Recurrent Elements in Ulysses: 'Eumaeus,' 'Ithaca,' and 'Penelope'." James Joyce Quarterly 17 (1979): 67-80.

Scott, Bonnie Kime. "Joyce and Michelet: Why Watch Molly Menstruate." Joyce in Context. Ed. Vincent J. Cheng and Timothy Martin. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1992. 122-37.

Spinalbelli, Rosalba. "Molly 'Live'." Myriadminded Man: Jottings on Joyce. Ed. Rosa Maria Bosinelli, Paola Pugliatti and Romana Zacchi. Bologna: University of Bologna Press, 1986. 173-184.

Stanier, Michael. "'The Void Awaits Surely All Them That Weave the Wind': 'Penelope' and 'Sirens' in Ulysses." Twentieth Century Literature 41.3 (1995): 319-31.

Steinberg, William. "A Book with a Molly in It." James Joyce Review 2 (1958): 55-62.

Tymoczko, Maria. "Sovereignty Structures in Ulysses." James Joyce Quarterly 25.4 (1988): 445-464.

Unkeless, Elaine. "The Conventional Molly Bloom." Women in Joyce. Ed. Suzette Henke and Elaine Unkeless. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1982. 150-168.

Weir, David. "What 'Mn' Means." James Joyce Quarterly 30.3 (1993): 480-82.

Wicke, Jennifer. "'Who's She When She's at Home?' Molly Bloom and the Work of Consumption." James Joyce Quarterly 28.4 (1991): 749-63.

Williams, Bruce. "Molly Bloom: Archetype or Stereotype." Journal of Marriage and the Family 33 (1971): 545-546.