A bash in the tunnel: James Joyce by the Irish; edited by John Ryan.
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Joyce, James, 1882-1941.
259 p., plate. port. 22 cm.
A bash in the tunnel, by B. Nolan.--Dante ... Bruno ... Vico ... Joyce, by S. Beckett.--The mysticism that pleased him: a note on the primary source of Joyce's Ulysses, by W. B. Stanford.--Dear Mr. Joyce, by E. O'Brien.--Who killed James Joyce? by P. Kavanagh.--A recollection of James Joyce, by J. Hone.--Tired lines; or Tales my mother told me, by A. Higgins.--Joyeux quicum Ulysse ... swissairis dubellay gadelice, by N. Montgomery.--Joyce and Gogarty, by U. O'Connor.--The bud, by S. Joyce.--Joyce without fears: a personal journey, by J. Jordan.--Father Conmee and his associates, by E. O'Mahony.--Drums and guns, and guns and drums. Hurrah! hurrah! by P. Boyle.--A short view of the progress of Joyceanity, by D. Johnston.--Childe Horrid's pilgrimace, by A. Cass.--James Joyce--the internationalist, by A. Power.--Downes's cakeshop and Williams's jam, by B. Share.--Doctors and hospitals, by J. B. Lyons.--Stephen Hero and A portrait of the artist as a young man: the intervention of style in a work of the creative imagination, by F. Harvey.--The unraised hat, by M. Gibbon.--The Catholic element in Work in progress, by T. McGreevy.--Diseases of the ox, by J. F. Byrne.--The artist on the giant's grave, by B. Kiely.--What the Irish papers said: the obituary memoirs appearing in the Irish papers of January 1941.
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