A James Joyce miscellany. Second series.

; James Joyce Society (New York, N.Y.)
Carbondale : Southern Illinois University, 1959.

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Other Authors Magalaner, Marvin, 1920-
James Joyce Society (New York, N.Y.)
Subjects Joyce, James, 1882-1941 -- Miscellanea.
Joyce, James, 1882-1941.
Description xvi, 233 pages : portraits, facsimiles ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes "Prepared under the sponsorship of the James Joyce Society in New York."
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Five more pages of James Joyce's Stephen hero / by J.J. Slocum and H. Cahoon. -- Joyce, Gorman, and the schema of Ulysses: an exchange of letters. -- Paul L. Léon, Herbert Gorman, Bennett Cerf / by H.K. Croessmann. -- Stylistic realism in Joyce's Ulysses / by J. Prescott. -- Joyce and Stephen Dedalus: the problem of autobiography / by M. Beebe. -- A portrait of the artist as Blephen-Stoom / by J.B. Kaye. -- James Joyce: a first impression / by J. Stern. -- The Joyces in the Holloway diaries / by M.J. O'Neill. -- Portraits of James Joyce, a preliminary check-list / by R.M. Kain. -- Joyce and the Strabismal apologia / by R. von Phul. -- The man in the macintosh / by J.O. Lyons. -- Molly Bloom revisited / by J.M. Morse. -- Joyce and the three ages of Charles Stewart Parnell / by A. Glasheen. -- The Joycean comedy: Wilde, Jonson, and others / by H. Howarth. -- Hardest crux ever / by H.M. Robinson. -- The making of Finnegans wake / by W. Litz. -- The little known Paul Léon / by M. Jolas.
Genre Miscellanea.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)299698
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