Bibliography of Genetic Joyce

This is an updated version of the bibliography of Genetic Studies on Joyce, originally compiled by Sam Slote.  The list is divided into six categories (General Studies, Catalogues, Early/Other Works, Ulysses, Editions of Ulysses, Finnegans Wake), and so works by individual critics are split into these various categories. With special thanks to: Wim Van Mierlo for preparing an early version of this bibliography; Ingeborg Landuyt and Geert Lernout for correcting various errors and also the people who provided information: Jorn Barger; Vincent Deane; Daniel Ferrer; Michael Groden; David Hayman; John Kidd, Laurent Milesi, Liesbeth Van Gool, and Katrien Verreyken.

The most recent overhaul was made by Ronan Crowley. He also input the bibliography into EndNote X1. The library––a compressed .ENLX file––can be downloaded here. To expand the compressed file simply open it in EndNote (version X or later). This will extract the .ENL file and the .DATA folder to the same folder where the .ENLX file is located. Within the library any of the six categories of this web-format bibliography can be displayed by selecting the relevant group (or in EndNote X by searching under the relevant category title––though a search for "ULYSSES" will also bring up all works on the various editions of the book). Additional groups and KEYWORDS established for the library (bear in mind that EndNote X can search only the latter) include Biography; New MSS (which includes sub-groupings organized under the keywords QUINN DRAFT; EUMEO; JOYCE PAPERS 2002; JOYCE PAPERS 2006); Rosenbach MS and GABLER’S ULYSSES. Within EndNote an individual work can be found under several categories or groups as appropriate.

This bibliography is not complete and can always be supplemented. All extra bibliographic references to genetic Joyce research––or suggestions as to other keywords or groups for the EndNote component––are welcome; please e-mail us.


General Studies

"Calendar", ed. Maria Jolas, A James Joyce Yearbook (Paris: Transition Press, 1949) 194-95.

Robert M. Adams, James Joyce: Common Sense and Beyond (New York: Random House, 1966).

John Angus Campbell and Ryan K. Clark, "Revisioning the Origin: Tracing Inventional Agency through Genetic Inquiry" Technical Communication Quarterly 14.3 (2005): 287-93.

Louis Armand, "Introduction: Literary Engines", ed. Louis Armand, Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004) 1-27.

—. "From Hypertext to Vortext", ed. Louis Armand, Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004) 73-85.

Louis Armand, "'From His Pelagiarist Pen': Joycean Geneses" HJS 8.2 (July 2007). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/archives/v8_2/main/essays.php?essay=armand>.

Louis Armand, ed. Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004).

Hugo Azerad, "'Negative Utopia' in James Joyce, Walter Benjamin, and Ernst Bloch", eds. Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Geert Lernout and John McCourt, Joyce in Trieste: An Album of Risky Readings (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2007) 102-18.

Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon and David Norris, eds. James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986).

Jean Bellemin-Noël, Le texte et l'avant-texte: Les brouillons d'un poème de Milosz (Paris: Larousse, 1972).

—. "En guise de postface: l'essayage infini" Littérature 52 (December 1983): 123-26.

—. "Psychoanalytic Reading and the Avant-Texte", eds. Jed Deppman, Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden, Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004) 28-35.

Pierre-Marc de Biasi, "Paranoïa-Genèse. Remarques sur l'identité des recherches en génétique textuelle", eds. Almuth Grésillon and M. Werner, Leçons d'écriture: ce que disent les manuscrits (Paris: Minard, 1985) 259-75.

—. "Vers une science de la littérature. L'analyse des manuscrits et la genèse de l'oeuvre", Symposium: Les Enjeux (Encyclopaedia Universalis) (Paris: Encyclopaedia Universalis, 1993) 924-37.

—. "What Is a Literary Draft? Toward a Functional Typology of Genetic Documentation" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 26-58.

—. "Édition horizontale, édition verticale: Pour une typologie des éditions génétiques (Le Domaine Français 1980-1995)", eds. Béatrice Didier and Jacques Neefs, Éditer Des Manuscrits: Archives, Complétude, Lisibilité (Saint-Denis: Vincennes University Press, 1996) 159-93.

—."Les désarrois de l'herméneute" Le Monde des livres (February 14, 1997): xii.

—. "Horizons for Genetic Studies" Word & Image 13.2 (1997): 124-34.

—. "Qu'est-ce qu'un brouillon? Le cas Flaubert: essai de typologie fonctionnelle des documents de genèse", eds. Michel Contat and Daniel Ferrer, Pourquoi la critique génétique? Méthodes, théories (Paris: CNRS Editions, 1998) 31-60.

—. "Editing Manuscripts: Towards a Typology of Recent French Genetic Editions, 1980-1995" Text. An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies 12 (1999): 1-30.

—. "Toward a Science of Literature: Manuscript Analysis and the Genesis of the Work", eds. Jed Deppman, Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden, Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004) 36-68.

Jane Blevins-Le Bigot, "Valéry, Poe and the Question of Genetic Criticism in America" L'Esprit créateur 41.2 (2001): 68-78.

Göran Blix, "[Review of] Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes" Modern Philology 104.1 (2006): 108-11.

Bernhild Boie and Daniel Ferrer, eds. Genèses du roman contemporain: Incipit et entrée en écriture (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1993).

Frank Paul Bowman, "Genetic Criticism" Poetics Today 11.3 (1990): 627-46.

William S. Brockman, "Jacob Schwartz – ‘The Fly in the Honey’" JSA 9 (1998): 174-90.

—. "Learning to Be James Joyce’s Contemporary? Richard Ellmann’s Discovery and Transformation of Joyce’s Letters and Manuscripts" Journal of Modern Literature 22.2 (Winter 1998/1999): 253-63. [Reprinted in Joyce and the Joyceans Morton P. Levitt, ed. (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2002) 59-69.]

—. "Collecting Joyces", eds. Anne Fogarty and Timothy Martin, Joyce on the Threshold (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005) 273-84.

Claire Bustarret, "Introduction" Word & Image 13.2 (1997): 103-05.

—. "Select Bibliography" Word & Image 13.2 (1997): 216-22.

—. "Paper Evidence and the Interpretation of the Creative Process in Modern Literary Manuscripts" L'Esprit créateur 41.2 (2001): 16-28.

Claire Bustarret and Felicia McCarren, "The Writing Hand in the Mirror of the Manuscript" Word & Image 13.2 (1997): 192-202.

Bill Cadbury, "Thoughts on the Necessity of Redoing the Archive" GJS Special Issue: 25th Anniversary of the James Joyce Archive (2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJSSI/JJABill>.

Florence Callu, "La transmission des manuscrits", eds. Anne Cadiot and Christel Haffner, Les manuscrits des écrivains (Paris: CNRS Editions, 1993) 66-67.

—. "Les collections parisiennes", eds. Maria Teresa Giaveri and Almuth Grésillon, I sentieri della creazione, tracce, traiettorie, modelli (Reggio Emilia: Diabasis, 1994).

—. "La construction du manuscrit en objet scientifique" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 451-61.

Antoine Compagnon, "Introduction" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 393-401.

Michel Contat, Denis Hollier and Jacques Neefs, "Editors' Preface" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 1-5.

Luca Crispi, "ReCollecting Joyce at Buffalo: Revising and Completing the Catalog", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 13-26.

—. "The James Joyce Archive from an Archival Perspective" GJS Special Issue: 25th Anniversary of the James Joyce Archive (2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJSSI/JJALuca>.

—. "[Review] Material Textuality: Reading Manuscripts" Symploke 7.1/2 (2005): 315-19. [Review of Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes]

Oliver Davis, "The Author at Work in Genetic Criticism" Paragraph 25.1 (2002): 92-106.

Raymonde Debray-Genette, "Génétique et poétique: Le cas Flaubert", ed. Louis Hay, Essais de critique génétique (Paris: Flammarion, 1979) 21-67.

Marysa Demoor, Geert Lernout and Sylvia van Peteghem, Editing the Text: Essays Presented at the Tekst/Texte/Text-Conference, Ghent, Belgium 1995 (Tilburg: Tilburg University Press, 1998).

Jed Deppman, "Joyce and the Case for Genetic Criticism" GJS 6 (Spring 2006). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS6/GJS6Deppman>.

Jed Deppman, Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden, eds. Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004).

Gregory M. Downing, "Diverting Philology: Language and Its Effects in Popularised Philology and Joyce's Work", ed. Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 121-66.

Richard Ellmann, James Joyce (Oxford, London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1959; new and rev. ed. 1982).

Michel Espagne, "Quelques tendances de la philologie allemande" Genesis: manuscrits, recherche, invention 3 (1993): 31-44.

Graham Falconer, "Où en sont les études génétiques littéraires?" Texte. Revue de critique et de théorie littéraire 7 (1988): 267-86.

—. "Genetic Criticism" Comparative Literature 45.1 (1993): 1-21. [Reprinted as Genetic Criticism (Eugene, Or.: [s. n.], 1993).]

—. "La critique génétique; un retour à l'histoire?" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 429-36.

Graham Falconer and David H. Sanderson, "Bibliographie des études génétiques littéraires" Texte. Revue de critique et de théorie littéraire 7 (1988): 287-352.

Daniel Ferrer, "La toque de Clementis: Rétroaction et rémanence dans les processus génétiques" Genesis: manuscrits, recherche, invention 6 (1994): 93-106. [Reprinted as "Clementis's Cap: Retroaction and Persistence in the Genetic Process" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 223-36.]

—. "Hypertextual Representation of Literary Working Papers" Literary and Linguistic Computing: Journal of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing 10.2 (1995): 143-45.

—. "The Open Space of the Draft Page: James Joyce and Modern Manuscripts", eds. George Bornstein and Theresa Lynn Tinkle, The Iconic Page in Manuscript, Print, and Digital Culture (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1998) 249-68.

—. "Loci Memoriae: Joyce and the Art of Memory", ed. Franca Ruggieri, Classic Joyce. Papers from the XVI International James Joyce Symposium, Rome 14-20 June 1998 (Rome, Italy: Bulzoni, 1999) 355-60.

—. "Les bibliothèques virtuelles de James Joyce et de Virginia Woolf", eds. Paolo D'Iorio and Ferrer Daniel, Bibliothèques D'écrivians (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 2001) 171-93.

—. "Production, Invention, and Reproduction: Genetic vs. Textual Criticism", eds. Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux and Neil Fraistat, Reimagining Textuality: Textual Studies in the Late Age of Print (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2002) 48-59.

—. "Towards a Marginalist Economy of Textual Genesis", eds. Dirk Van Hulle and Wim Van Mierlo, Reading Notes (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2004) 7-18.

—. "The Work of Joyce in the Age of Hypertextual Production", ed. Louis Armand, Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004) 86-104.

Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden, "Post-Genetic Joyce" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 501-12.

—. "Introduction: A Genesis of French Genetic Criticism", eds. Jed Deppman, Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden, Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004) 1-16.

Noel Riley Fitch, Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation: A History of Literary Paris in the Twenties and Thirties (New York: Norton, c1983).

Finn Fordham, "[Review of] Textual Awareness: A Genetic Study of Late Manuscripts by Joyce, Proust, and Mann" JJLS 20.1 (2006): 4-5.

Hans Walter Gabler, "Joyce's Text in Progress" Texte. Revue de critique et de théorie littéraire.7 (1988): 227-47. [Reprinted in The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce, Derek Attridge, ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990) 213-36.]

—. "Computer Gestütztes Edieren und Computer-Edition", eds. Hans Zeller with Gunter Martens, Textgenetische Edition (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1998) 315-28.

—. "The James Joyce Archive: A Publisher’s Gift to Joyce Studies" GJS Special Issue: 25th Anniversary of the James Joyce Archive (2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJSSI/JJAGabler>.

Hans Walter Gabler, George Bornstein and Pierce Gillian Borland, Contemporary German Editorial Theory (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995).

Rick Gekoski, Tolkien's Gown & Other Stories of Great Authors and Rare Books (London: Constable, 2004).

Paul Gifford, "Tracking Anti-Teleology: Is There an End in Sight?" L'esprit créateur 41.2 (2001): 53-67.

Paul Gifford and Marion Schmid, eds. La création en acte. Devenir de la critique génétique (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007).

Michael Patrick Gillespie, "La critique génétique française: Hasards et nécessités", eds. Maria Teresa Giaveri and Almuth Grésillon, I sentieri della creazione, tracce, traiettorie, modelli (Reggio Emilia: Diabasis, 1994) 51-63.

Almuth Grésillon, "Critique génétique et 'textual criticism': une rencontre" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 595-98.

—. "La critique génétique, aujourd'hui et demain" L'esprit créateur 41.2 (2001): 9-16.

Almuth Grésillon and Jean-Louis Lebrave, "Avant-propos" Languages 69 (March 1983): 5-10.

Michael Groden, "Library Collections of Joyce Manuscripts", eds. Zack Bowen and James F. Carens, A Companion to Joyce Studies (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1984) 783-85.

—. "Contemporary Textual and Literary Theory", ed. George Bornstein, Representing Modernist Texts: Editing as Interpretation (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1991) 259-86.

—. "Genetic Joyce: Textual Studies and the Reader", ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté, Palgrave Advances in James Joyce Studies (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004) 227-50.

—. "Los significativos garabatos de Joyce" Quimera: Revista de Literatura 6 (April 1981): 32-34. [Complete issue reprinted as El Archivo de James Joyce (Barcelona: Montesinos, 1981); the article was translated into French and reprinted as "Les gribouillages significatifs de Joyce", trans. Juan Marey, Europe: Revue littéraire mensuelle 62.657-658 (January-February 1984): 96-99.]

—. "[Review of] Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce, eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote" JJLS 10.1 (Spring 1996): 14-15.

—. "The Case of the Snuffed Footnote: A Report from the Stacks" Literary Imagination 6.2 (Spring 2004): 151-59.

André Guyaux, "Génétique et philologie" Mesure 4 (1990): 169-80.

Anne Mette Hansen, Roger Lüdeke, Wolfgang Streit, Cristina Urchueguía and Peter Shillingsburg, eds. The Book as Artefact. Text and Border (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2005).

Louis Hay, "D'un grand art nouveau: la recherche", ed. Louis Hay, Essais de critique génétique (Paris: Flammarion, 1979) 5-19.

—. "La critique génétique: Origines et perspectives", ed. Louis Hay, Essais de critique génétique (Paris: Flammarion, 1979) 227-36.

—. "Le texte n'existe pas. Réflexions sur la critique génétique" Poetique 62 (1985): 147-58.

—. "Genetic Editing, Past and Future: A Few Reflections by a User" Text 3 (1987): 117-33.

—. "Does 'Text' Exist?" Studies in Bibliography 41 (1988): 64-76.

—. ed. De la lettre au livre: Sémiotique des manuscrits litteraires (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1989).

—. "Historicité de la genèse", eds. Maria Teresa Giaveri and Almuth Grésillon, Les sentiers de la création: Traces trajectoires modèles (Reggio Emilia: Diabasis, 1994) 65-76.

—. "Critiques de la critique génétique" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 403-17.

—. "History or Genesis?" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 191-207.

—. "Genetic Criticism: Origins and Perspectives", eds. Jed Deppman, Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden, Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004) 17-27.

David Hayman, "Bringing out the Archive: Memories" GJS Special Issue: 25th Anniversary of the James Joyce Archive (2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJSSI/JJAHayman>.

Phillip F. Herring, "[Review of] The James Joyce Archive" JJQ 19.1 (1981): 85-97.

Alison James, "[Review of] Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes" Romanic Review 95.4 (2004): 480-82.

Laurent Jenny, "La stratégie de la forme" Poétique 27 (1976): 257-81.

—. "Genetic Criticism and Its Myths" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 9-25.

—."L'enfance de l'oeuvre. Divagations généticiennes" Le Monde (December 20, 1996).

James Joyce, The James Joyce Archive. Edited by Michael Groden (general editor); Hans Walter Gabler (volumes 12-27); David Hayman and Danis Rose (volumes 28-63); Arthur Walton Litz (volumes 1-11). 63 vols (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1977–78).

Steve Lake, "Wyndham Lewis" Akzente 32.4 (1985): 300-20.

Eric le Calvez, "Génétique, poétique, autotextualité (Salammbô sous la tente)" L'esprit créateur 41.2 (2001): 29-39.

Jean-Louis Lebrave, "Lecture et analyse des brouillons" Languages 69 (March 1983): 11-23.

—. "La critique génétique: Une discipline nouvelle ou un avatar moderne de la philologie?" Genesis: manuscrits, recherche, invention 1 (1992): 33-50.

—. "Penser, dicter, écrire: Pour une histoire des pratiques de composition" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 437-50.

—. "Hypertexts – Memories – Writing", eds. Jed Deppman, Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden, Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004) 218-37.

Geert Lernout, "'Critique génétique' und Philologie", eds. Rüdiger Nutt-Kofoth, Bodo Plachta, H. T. M. Van Vliet and Hermann Zwerschina, Text und Edition: Positionen und Perspektiven (Berlin: Schmidt, 2000) 121-42. [Reprinted as "Genetic Criticism and Philology" Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies 14 (2002): 53-75.]

—. James Joyce, Reader (Dublin: National library of Ireland, 2004).

Jean Levaillant, ed. Écriture et génétique textuelle. Valéry à l'oeuvre (Lille: Presses universitaires de Lille, 1982).

Jane Lidderdale and Mary Nicholson, Dear Miss Weaver: Harriet Shaw Weaver, 1876-1961 (London: Faber, 1970).

Arthur Walton Litz, "Evolution of James Joyce's Style and Technique from 1918-1932", Ph.D dissertation, Oxford University, 1954.

—. The Art of James Joyce: Method and Design in “Ulysses” and “Finnegans Wake” (London: Oxford University Press, 1961).

Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux and Neil Fraistat, eds. Reimagining Textuality: Textual Studies in the Late Age of Print (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2002).

Brenda Maddox, Nora: The Real Life of Molly Bloom (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1988).

James McLaverty, "The Mode of Existence of Literary Works of Art: The Case of the Dunciad Variorum" Studies in Bibliography 37 (1934): 82-105.

—. "The Concept of Authorial Intention in Textual Criticism" The Library 6.2 (June 1984): 121-38.

Jacques Neefs, "La critique génétique, entre histoire et esthetique" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 419-27.

—. "A Select Bibliography of Genetic Criticism" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 265-67.

—. "Margins" Word & Image 13.2 (1997): 135-57.

Lucie Noël, James Joyce and Paul L. Léon: The Story of a Friendship (New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1950).

Dave Oliphant and Thomas Zigal, eds. Joyce at Texas: Essays on the James Joyce Materials at the Humanities Research Centre (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983).

Claude Pichois, "La tradition française de l'édition critique" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 571-80.

Robert Pickering, "Preface" L'esprit créateur 41.2 (2001): 3-9.

Michel Pierssens, "French Genetic Studies at a Crossroads" Poetics Today 11.3 (1990): 617-25.

Ezra Pound, Pound/Joyce: The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce. Edited by Forrest Read (New York: New Directions, 1967).

Joseph Prescott, Exploring James Joyce (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1964).

—. "Two Manuscripts by Paul Léon Concerning James Joyce" Modern Fiction Studies 2.2 (May 1956): 71-76.

B. L. Reid, The Man from New York: John Quinn and His Friends (New York: Oxford University Press, 1968).

Judith Robinson-Valéry, "The 'Rough' and the 'Polished'" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 59-66.

Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, "Ireland and James Joyce: Documents from the National Archive" JSA 3 (1992): 3-31.

R. J. Schork, "The First Generation of the JJA" GJS Special Issue: 25th Anniversary of the James Joyce Archive (2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJSSI/JJASchork>.

Myron Schwartzman, "'Quinnigan's Quake!' John Quinn's Letters to James Joyce, 1916–1920" Bulletin of Research in the Humanities 81 (1978): 216-60.

—. "'Quinnigan's Quake!' John Quinn's Letters to James Joyce, 1921–1924" Bulletin of Research in the Humanities 83 (1980): 27-66.

—. "Joyce and Bernard Shaw with an Unpublished Letter from Joyce to John Quinn" JJQ 14.4 (Summer 1977): 483-85.

Fritz Senn, "Genetic Fascination" GJS Special Issue: 25th Anniversary of the James Joyce Archive (2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJSSI/JJASenn>.

Oscar Silverman, "James Joyce: Paris–Buffalo (the Joyce Collections at the Lockwood Memorial Library)" Grosvenor Society Occasional Papers I.1 (February 1964).

Robert Spoo, "Unpublished Letters of Ezra Pound to James, Nora and Stanislaus Joyce" JJQ 32.3/4 (Spring/Summer 1995): 533-81.

 G. Thomas Tanselle, "Critical Editions, Hypertexts, and Genetic Criticism" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 581-93.

André Topia, "Narrative as Potential: The Virus and the Program", eds. Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Geert Lernout and John McCourt, Joyce in Trieste: An Album of Risky Readings (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2007) 67-77.

Dirk Van Hulle, Textual Awareness : A Genetic Study of Late Manuscripts by Joyce, Proust, and Mann (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004).

Dirk Van Hulle and Wim Van Mierlo, "Reading Notes: Introduction", eds. Dirk Van Hulle and Wim Van Mierlo, Reading Notes (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2004) 1-6.

—. eds. Reading Notes (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2004).

Dirk Van Hulle and Edward Vanhoutte, eds. Paralipomena: Tekstgenetische Studies (Antwerp: AMVC, 2001).

Wim Van Mierlo, "Reading Joyce in and out of the Archive" JSA 13 (2002): 32-63.

Edwin Wolf with John F. Fleming, Rosenbach: A Biography (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, c1960) .


Catalogues

Harriet Weaver & James Joyce: The Catalogue of the Harriet Shaw Weaver Collection of James Joyce Housed in the Library of the National Book League (London: National Book League, 1957).

Modern Literature from the Library of James Gilvarry: Friday, February 7, 1986 (New York: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1986).

Le Donne di Giacomo: Il Mondo Femminile nella Trieste di James Joyce: Palazzo Costanzi, Trieste, 4 Giugno-15 Luglio 1999 (Trieste: Hammerle, 1999).

Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts: Including James Joyce’s “Ulysses”, the John Quinn Draft Manuscript of the ’Circe’ Episode, Thursday 14 December 2000 (New York: Christie’s, 2000).

20th Century Books and Manuscripts: Thursday 2 December 2004 (London: Christie's, 2004).

English Literature, History, Children’s Books, Illustrations and Photographs Including Highly Important Books and Manuscripts by James Joyce: 8 July 2004 (London: Sotheby’s, 2004).

Anderson Galleries, The Library of John Quinn Part Three (I – Morley) Sale No. 1794 – January 1924 (New York: Anderson Galleries, 1924).

—. Complete Catalogue of the Library of John Quinn: Sold by Auction in Five Parts (with Printed Prices) (New York: Anderson Galleries, 1924).

John E. Baker, A Catalogue of Twentieth Century Literature (Desbarats, Ont.: [s.n.], 1977).

Michael J. Barsanti, “Ulysses” in Hand: The Rosenbach Manuscript (Philadelphia: Rosenbach Museum & Library, C2000).

Sylvia Beach, Catalogue of a Collection Containing Manuscripts & Rare Editions of James Joyce, a Few Manuscripts of Walt Whitman, and Two Drawings by William Blake Belonging to Miss Sylvia Beach and for Sale at Her Shop Shakespeare and Company, 12, rue de l’Odeon, Paris VIe (Paris: Shakespeare and Co., 1935).

William S. Brockman, "'Catalogue These Books': Joyce Bibliographies, Checklists, Catalogs, and Desiderata" JSA 4 (1993): 119-36.

 Centre culturel américain, Les Années Vingt; Les écrivains américains a Paris et leurs amis, 1920-1930. Exposition du 11 Mars Au 25 Avril 1959 (Paris: Centre Culturel Américain, 1959).

Manson & Woods International Inc. Christie, James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: The John Quinn Draft Manuscript of the ’Circe’ Episode (New York: Christie's, 2000).

Thomas E. Connolly, "The Personal Library of James Joyce: A Descriptive Bibliography" The University of Buffalo Studies 22.1 (April 1955).

—. The Personal Library of James Joyce: A Descriptive Bibliography. 2nd ed (Buffalo, N.Y.: University of Buffalo Press, 1957).

—. James Joyce's Books, Portraits, Manuscripts, Notebooks, Typescripts, Page Proofs: Together with Critical Essays About Some of His Works (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1997).

Thomas Edmund Connolly with 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 (Buffalo: Lockwood Memorial Library, 1978).

Luca Crispi, Catherine Fahy and Katherine McSharry, James Joyce: “Ulysses” at the National Library of Ireland: June 2004-Autumn 2005 (Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004).

Luca Crispi, Stacey Herbert and Lori N. Curtis, In Good Company: James Joyce & Publishers, Readers, Friends: An Exhibition of McFarlin Library's Special Collections in Occasion of the North American James Joyce Symposium, University of Tulsa, 2003 (Tulsa, Okla.: University of Tulsa, 2003).

Catherine Fahy, The James Joyce-Paul Léon Papers in the National Library of Ireland: A Catalogue (Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 1992).

—. "The James Joyce/Paul Léon Papers in the National Library of Ireland: Observations on Their Cataloguing and Research Potential" JSA 4 (1993): 3-15.

Ruth Frehner and Ursula Zeller, "The Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation" JJQ 42/43.1/4 (Fall 2004/Summer 2006): 17-20.

Sarah Funke, Glenn Horowitz and Laura Barnes, James Joyce, “Ulysses”: An Exhibition of Twenty-Four Inscribed Copies of the First Edition (New York: Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc., 1998).

Bernard Gheerbrant, James Joyce, Sa Vie, Son Œuvre, Son Rayonnement (Paris: La Hune, 1949).

—. James Joyce et Paris (Paris: Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges-Pompidou, 1975).

—. "Catalogue De L’exposition 'James Joyce et Paris'", eds. Jacque Aubert and Maria Jolas, Joyce & Paris, 1902 ….. 1920–1940 ….. 1975: Papers from the Fifth International James Joyce Symposium (Paris: Editions du C.N.R.S., 1979) 115-49.

Michael Patrick Gillespie, Inverted Volumes Improperly Arranged: James Joyce and His Trieste Library (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1980).

Michael Patrick Gillespie, with Erik Bradford Stocker, James Joyce’s Trieste Library: A Catalogue of Materials at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Centre, the University of Texas at Austin. Edited by Dave Oliphant (Austin: The Harry Ransom Centre, c1986).

Michael Groden, James Joyce's Manuscripts: An Index (New York; London: Garland, 1980).

Philip Harrington, The Lost 'Eumaeus' Notebook: 10 July 2001 (London: Sotheby's, 2001).

Glenn Horowitz, James Joyce: Books & Manuscripts (New York: Glenn Horowitz, Bookseller, 1996).

Neill R. Joy, James Joyce Exhibition Catalogue (Hamilton, N.Y.: The Friends of the Colgate University Library, 1979).

Charles Kemnitz, James Joyce at 101: An Exhibition (Tulsa: The University of Tulsa, 1983).

Peter Kenny, The Joyce Papers 2002: Collection List No. 68 (Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2003).

Steven Lund, James Joyce: Letters, Manuscripts, and Photographs at Southern Illinois University (Troy, N. Y.: Whitson Pub. Co., 1983).

Parke-Bernet Galleries, Modern First Editions, Autograph Letters and Manuscripts: Conrad, Faulkner, Forster, D.H. Lawrence, Wilde, Joyce, Yeats (New York: The Gallery, 1972).

Robert E. Scholes, The Cornell Joyce Collection: A Catalogue (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1961).

John Slocum and Herbert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce [1882-1941] (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953).

Peter Spielberg, "An Annotated Catalogue of the James Joyce Manuscripts and Letters in the Lockwood Memorial Library of the University of Buffalo", Ph.D dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1961.

—. James Joyce’s Manuscripts & Letters at the University of Buffalo: A Catalogue (Buffalo: University of Buffalo, 1962 [i.e. 1963]).

United States Information Service, Paris in the Twenties: An Exhibition of Souvenirs of British, French and American Writers, from Shakespeare and Company (London: U.S.I.S. Gallery, 1959).


Early/Other Works

Robert M. Adams, "Light on Joyce's Exiles? A New Manuscript, a Curious Analogue, and Some Speculations" Studies in Bibliography 17 (1964): 83-105.

—. "The Manuscript of James Joyce's Play" Yale University Library Gazette 39 (1964): 30-41.

—. "[Review] A Very Pretty Piece of Protocol, Mr. Ellmann" JJQ 5.3 (Spring 1968): 229-31. [Review of Giacomo Joyce]

Chester G. Anderson, "James Joyce's Tilly" PMLA 73 (1958): 285-98.

—. "The Text of James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 65 (1964): 160-200.

—. "[Review] Animus toward Robert Adams' New Book Explained" JJQ 5.3 (Spring 1968): 245-56. [Review of James Joyce: Common Sense and Beyond]

Thomas E. Connolly, "Stephen Hero", eds. Zack Bowen and James F. Carens, A Companion to Joyce Studies (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1984) 229-53.

Wes Davis, "'Balia' Inventa: The Source for Joyce's Latin Manuscript" JJQ 32.3/4 (Spring/Summer 1995): 738-47.

Jed Deppman, "The Problem of Genesis in the Texts of Joyce" HJS 8.2 (July 2007). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/main/essays.php?essay=deppman>.

Paul A. Doyle, "Joyce's Miscellaneous Verse" JJQ 2.2 (Winter 1965): 90-96.

—. "Joyce's Miscellaneous Verse" JJQ 5.1 (Fall 1967): 71.

Christine Froula, "Modernity, Drafts, Genetic Criticism: On the Virtual Lives of James Joyce's Villanelle" Yale French Studies 89 (1996): 113-29.

Hans Walter Gabler, "Toward a Critical Text of James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" Studies in Bibliography 27 (1974): 1-53.

—. "The Christmas Dinner Scene, Parnell's Death and the Genesis of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" JJQ 13.1 (Fall 1975): 27-38.

—. "The Seven Lost Years of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man", eds. Thomas F. Staley and Bernard Benstock, Approaches to Joyce's “Portrait”: Ten Essays (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1976) 25-60.

—. "James Joyce Interpreneur" GJS 4 (Spring 2004). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS4/GJS4_Gabler>.

James Joyce, Joyce's Epiphanies. Edited by Oscar Silverman (Buffalo: Lockwood Memorial Library, 1956).

—. The Workshop of Daedalus: James Joyce and the Raw Materials for “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”. Edited by Robert Scholes and Richard M. Kain (Evanston, Ill.: Nortwestern University Press, 1965).

James  Joyce, Dubliners. Edited by Hans Walter Gabler and Walter Hettche (New York: Vintage Books, 1993).

—. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: Authoritative Text, Backgrounds and Contexts, Criticism. Edited by John Paul Riquelme, text edited by Hans Walter Gabler and Walter Hettche (New York: W.W. Norton, 2007).

Anne MacCarthy, "A Study of the Sources for James Joyce’s Essays on James Clarence Mangan" Papers on Joyce 7/8 (2001/2002): 67-79.

Claus Melchior, "Stephen Hero: Textentstehung und Text. Eine Untersuchung Der Kompositions- und Arbeitsweise des frühen James Joyce", Ph.D dissertation, Munich, 1987.

L. J. Morrissey, "Joyce's Revision of the Sisters: From Epicleti to Modern Fiction" JJQ 24.1 (Fall 1986): 33-54.

Ilaria Natali, "'Adrift with adraft': A Genetic Reading of Pomes Penyeach" GJS 6 (Spring 2006). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS6/GJS6Natali>.

Jean Noel, "De quelques épiphanies de James Joyce, dans le contexte du manuscrit 'Cornell 17'", ed. Claude Jacquet, Genèse et metamorphoses du texte joycien (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1985) 3-24.

William H. Quillian, "Shakespeare in Trieste: Joyce's 1912 Hamlet Lectures" JJQ 12.1/2 (Fall 1974/Winter 1975): 7-63. —. "'Composition of Place': Joyce's Notes on the English Drama" JJQ 13.1 (Fall 1975): 4-26.

Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, "The Origin of Dubliners: A Source" JSA 4 (1993): 178-84.

Robert Scholes, "Some Observations on the Text of Dubliners" Studies in Bibliography 15 (1962): 191-205.

—. "Further Observations on the Text of Dubliners" Studies in Bibliography 17 (1964): 107-22.

Robert Scholes and Richard M. Kain, "The First Version of Joyce's Portrait" Yale Review 49 (1960): 355-69.

R. J. Schork, "Dedalus at Play: Joyce's 'Balia' Ballad" JJS 5.1 (Spring 1991): 6-7.


Ulysses

Robert M. Adams, Surface and Symbol: The Consistency of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (New York: Oxford University Press, 1962).

Mauricio D. Aguilera Linde, "Carlyle in Ulysses" Papers on Joyce 3 (1997): 49-56.

Derek Attridge, "The Body Writing: Joyce's Pen", ed. Richard Brown, Joyce, 'Penelope' and the Body (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2006) 47-62.

Silvio Benco, "James Joyce in Trieste" Pegaso 2 (August 1930): 150-65. [Reprinted in The Bookman 72 (December 1930): 375-80.]

Udo Benzenhöfer, "Joyce and Embryology: Giulio Valenti's Lezioni Elementari di Embriologia as a Source for 'Oxen of the Sun'" JJQ 26.4 (Summer 1989): 608-11.

Susan Brown, "The Mystery of the Fuga Per Canonem Solved" GJS 7 (Spring 2007). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS7/GJS7brown>.

Jackson Bryer, "Joyce, Ulysses, and the Little Review" South Atlantic Quarterly 66 (1967): 148-64.

Frank Budgen, James Joyce and the Making of “Ulysses” (London: Grayson & Grayson, 1934). [Reprinted as James Joyce and the Making of “Ulysses”, and Other Writings. reprinted 1st ed (London: Oxford University Press, 1972).]

Herbert Cahoon, "[Review] Papers of James Joyce" TLS (September 21, 1962): 737. [Review of The Cornell Collection: A Catalogue, compiled by Robert E. Scholes.]

James Van Dyck Card, "A Textual and Critical Study of the 'Penelope' Episode of James Joyce's Ulysses", Ph.D dissertation, Columbia University, 1963.

—. "The Misleading Mr. McAlmon and Joyce's Typescript" JJQ 7.2 (Winter 1970): 143-46.

—. "A Gibraltar Sourcebook for 'Penelope'" JJQ 8.2 (Winter 1971): 163-75.

—. An Anatomy of 'Penelope' (Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984).

S. L. Carson, "National Library of Ireland Acquires Ulysses Chapter at World Record Price" Manuscript Society News 22.2 (Spring 2001): 47-49.

Elisabetta Cecconi, "'Jotting Down on My Cuff What She Said' (U, 84): The Influence of Nora's Writing Style on Joyce's Construction of Molly's Monologue" HJS 8.1 (February 2007). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/archives/v8/main/essays.php?essay=cecconi>.

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

Lynn Childress, "Les Phéniciens et l'Odyssée: A Source for 'Lestrygonians'" JJQ 26.2 (Winter 1989): 259-69.

—. "The Missing 'Cicones' Episode of Ulysses" JJQ 33.1 (Fall 1995): 69-82.

Sheon-Joo Chin, "Aristotle's Masterpiece: A Possible Source Book for the 'Ithaca' Episode in Ulysses" Papers on Joyce 2 (1996): 19-24.

Thomas E. Connolly, "[Review of] Joyce's “Ulysses” Notesheets in the British Museum by Phillip F. Herring, Joyce" Modern Philology 72.2 (November 1974): 214-18.

Marlena Corcoran, "'Sirens' to 'Cyclops': Momentary Juxtaposition in Genetic Hypertext", ed. Louis Armand, Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004) 105-15.

Matthew Creasy, "Manuscripts and Misquotations: Ulysses and Genetic Criticism" JSA 2007 (2007): 44-66.

Luca Crispi, "Manuscript Timeline 1905-1922" GJS 4 (Spring 2004). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS4/GJS4_Crispi>.

H. K. Croessmann, "Joyce, Gorman and the Schema of Ulysses: An Exchange of Letters–Paul L. Léon, Herbert Gorman, Bennett Cerf", ed. Marvin Magalaner, A James Joyce Miscellany (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1959) 9-14.

Ronan Crowley, "'His Dark Materials': Joyce's 'Scribblings' and the Notes for 'Circe' in the National Library of Ireland" GJS 6 (Spring 2006). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS6/GJS6Crowley>.

—. "'The Hand That Wrote Ulysses' and the Avant-Texte of 'Wandering Rocks'" GJS 7 (Spring 2007). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS7/GJS7crowley>.

Jack P. Dalton, "The Text of Ulysses", ed. Fritz Senn, New Light on Joyce from the Dublin Symposium (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1972) 99-119.

Gregory M. Downing, "Richard Chenevix Trench and Joyce's Historical Study of Words" JSA 9 (1998): 37-68.

—. "Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun' Notesheets: A Transcription and Sourcing of the Stylistic Entries" GJS 2 (Spring 2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS2/GJS2Oxen1>.

Clive Driver, Ulysses, the Manuscript and First Printings Compared (Philadelphia: The Philip H. and A.S.W. Rosenbach Foundation, 1975).

—. "Letter" TLS (July 30, 1976): 959. [Rosenbach facsimile.]

—. "Letter" TLS (September 17, 1976): 1168. [Rosenbach facsimile.]

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

Richard Ellmann, "[Review of] Joyce's “Ulysses” Notesheets in the British Museum by Phillip F. Herring, Joyce" The Review of English Studies, New Series 25.97 (February 1974): 102-4.

Daniel Ferrer, "Archéologie du regard dans les avant-textes de 'Circe'", ed. Claude Jacquet, James Joyce 1: 'Scribble' 1: Genèse des textes (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1988) 95-106.

—. "Introduction: A l'article.." eds. Daniel Ferrer, Claude Jacquet and André Topia, Ulysse à L'article. Joyce aux marges du roman (Tusson (Charente): Du Lérot, 1992) 1-35.

—. "Dolce Prospettiva, Roman or Renaissance Perspective in 'Circe'?" eds. Claude Jacquet and Jean-Michel Rabaté, James Joyce 3: 'Scribble' 3: Joyce et l'Italie (Paris: Lettres Modernes, 1994) 95-103.

—. "Reflections on a Discarded Set of Proofs", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 49-63.

—. "Introduction and Notes", James Joyce, Ulisse, James Joyce II (Paris: Galliamard-Pléiade, 1995).

—. "'Practise Preaching': Variantes pragmatiques et prédication suspendue dans un manuscrit des 'Sirènes'", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: Essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 11-43.

—. "What Song the Sirens Sang ... Is No Longer Beyond All Conjecture: A Preliminary Description of the New 'Proteus' and 'Sirens' Manuscripts" JJQ 39.1 (Fall 2001): 53-68.

Daniel Ferrer, Claude Jacquet and André Topia, eds. Ulysse à L'article. Joyce aux marges du roman (Tusson (Charente): Du Lérot, 1992).

Jane Ford, "Why Is Milly in Mullingar?" JJQ 14.4 (Summer 1977): 436-49.

Hans Walter Gabler, "[Review of] Ulysses: A Facsimile of the Manuscript" The Library 32 (1977): 177-82.

—. The Rocky Road to “Ulysses” (Dublin: National library of Ireland, 2005).

—. "Letter" TLS (August 13, 1976): 1012. [Rosenbach facsimile]

—. "Letter" TLS (November 12, 1976): 1427. [Rosenbach facsimile]

—. "Letters" JJQ 28.4 (Summer 1991): 1017-21.

Philip Gaskell, "[Review] First Bloom" TLS (June 25, 1976): 803. [Review of Rosenbach facsimile]

—. "Letter" TLS (August 6, 1976): 986. [Rosenbach facsimile]

—. Joyce, “Ulysses”, 1922. From Writer to Reader (Oxford: Clarendon, 1978).

Andrew Gibson, "'An Irish Bull in an English Chinashop': 'Oxen' and the Cultural Politics of the Anthology", eds. Anne Fogarty and Timothy Martin, Joyce on the Threshold (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005) 91-109.

Peter Gilliver, "Billy Sunday: A New Source for 'Oxen of the Sun'" JJQ 44.1 (Fall 2006): 133-35.

Arnold Goldman, "Some Proposed Emendations in the Text of Joyce's Ulysses" Notes and Queries X (April 1963): 148-50.

—. "Two New Ulysses Working Drafts" JSA 12 (2001): 3-9.

—. "Notes on the New Joyce Manuscripts" JSA 14 (2003): 3-4.

Michael Gooch, "Saintbury's Anglo-Saxon in 'Oxen of the Sun'" Journal of Modern Literature 22.2 (Winter 1998-99): 401-04. [Reprinted as "Saintbury's Anglo-Saxon in Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun'", Joyce and the Joyceans Morton P. Levitt, ed. (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2002) 187-90.]

Herbert Gorman, James Joyce: His First Forty Years (New York: B. W. Huebsch, 1924).

Roy Gottfried, "'Le Point doit être plus visible': The Texas Page Proofs of Ulysses" Library Chronicle of the University of Texas N. S. 20/21 (1982): 12-27. [Reprinted in Joyce at Texas: Essays on the James Joyce Materials at the Humanities Research Centre, Dave Oliphant and Thomas Zigal, eds. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983) 13-27.]

—. Joyce’s Iritis and the Irritated Text: The Dis-lexic "Ulysses" (Gainesville, Fla.: University Press of Florida, 1995).

Michael Groden, "The Growth of James Joyce's Ulysses", Ph.D dissertation, Princeton University, 1975.

—. "'Cyclops' in Progress, 1919" JJQ 12.1/2 (Fall 1974/Winter 1975): 123-68.

—. "Criticism in New Composition: Ulysses and the Sound and the Fury" Twentieth Century Literature 21.3 (October 1975): 265-77.

—. "Toward a Corrected Text of Ulysses" JJQ 13.1 (Fall 1975): 49-52.

—. Ulysses in Progress (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1977).

—. "[Review of] Joyce's Notes and Early Drafts for “Ulysses”: Selections from the Buffalo Collection, Ed. Philip F. Herring (1978)" JJQ 16.3 (Spring 1979): 365-72.

—. "[Review of] James Joyce: Letters, Manuscripts, and Photographs at Southern Illinois University, Comp. Steven Lund (1983)" Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography 7.4 (1983): 262-64.

—. "A Textual and Publishing History", eds. Zack Bowen and James F. Carens, A Companion to Joyce Studies (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1984) 71-128.

—. "[Review of] James Joyce: The Lost Notebook, Ed. Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon (1989)" JJQ 28.2 (Winter 1991): 535-39.

—. "Wandering in the Avant-Texte: Joyce's 'Cyclops' Copybook Revisited", ed. Hugh Witemeyer, The Future of Modernism (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997) 181-99.

—. "Introduction to 'James Joyce's Ulysses in Hypermedia'" Journal of Modern Literature 24.3/4 (Summer 2001): 359-62.

—. "The National Library of Ireland's New Joyce Manuscripts: A Statement and Document Descriptions" JJQ 39.1 (Fall 2001): 29-51.

—. "Letter from Dublin" TLS (June 14, 2002): 15. [Joyce Papers 2002]

—. "The National Library of Ireland's New Joyce Manuscripts: An Outline and Archive Comparisons" JSA 14 (2003): 5-17.

—. "The National Library of Ireland's New Joyce Manuscripts: A Narrative and Document Summaries" Journal of Modern Literature 26.1 (Fall 2002 [published March 2004]): 1-16.

—. "Problems of Annotation in a Digital Ulysses" HJS 4.2 (2004). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/archives/v3/groden.html>. [Printed in Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics, Louis Armand, ed. (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004) 116-32.]

—. "James Joyce's Ulysses on the Page and on the Screen", eds. Peter Stoicheff and Andrew Taylor, The Future of the Page (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004) 159-75.

—. "Divagations odysséennes dans l'avant-texte joycien: Retour sur le carnet du 'Cyclope'" Genesis: manuscrits, recherche, invention 23 (2004): 27-41.

—. "'Proceeding Energetically from the Unknown to the Known': Looking Again at the Genetic Texts and Documents for Joyce's Ulysses", eds. Anne Mette Hansen, Roger Lüdeke, Wolfgang Streit, Cristina Urchueguía and Peter Shillingsburg, The Book as Artefact. Text and Border (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2005) 183-95.

—. "Before and After: The Manuscripts in Textual and Genetic Criticism of Ulysses", eds. Michael Patrick Gillespie and A. Nicholas Fargnoli, “Ulysses” in Critical Perspective (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2006) 152-70.

—. "The National Library of Ireland's New Joyce Manuscripts", eds. Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Geert Lernout and John McCourt, Joyce in Trieste: An Album of Risky Readings (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2007) 13-35.

—. "Joyce at Work on 'Cyclops': Toward a Biography of Ulysses" JJQ 44.2 (Winter 2007): 217-45.

Robert G. Hampson, "'Toft's Cumbersome Whirligig': Hallucinations, Theatricality and Mnemotechnic in V.A.19 and the First Edition Text of 'Circe'", ed. Andrew Gibson, Reading Joyce's 'Circe' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 143-78.

Stacey Herbert, "A Draft for 'Ulysses in Print: The Family Tree': An Installation for the Exhibition 'James Joyce and Ulysses at the National Library Ireland'" GJS 4 (Spring 2004). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS4/GJS4_Herbert>.

Phillip F. Herring, "A Critical Edition of James Joyce's Notesheets for Ulysses in the British Museum", Ph.D dissertation, University of Texas, 1966.

—. "Ulysses Notebook VIII.A.5 at Buffalo" Studies in Bibliography 22 (1969): 287-310.

—. "The Bedsteadfastness of Molly Bloom" Modern Fction Studies 15.1 (1969): 49-61.

Phillip F. Herring, ed. Joyce's “Ulysses” Notesheets in the British Museum (Charlottesville: Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia by the University Press of Virginia, 1972).

—. Joyce's Notes and Early Drafts for “Ulysses”: Selections from the Buffalo Collection (Charlottesville: Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia by the University of Virginia, 1977).

Phillip F. Herring and Norman Silverstein, "Some Corrections and Additions to Norman Silverstein's 'Magic on the Notesheets of the 'Circe' Episode'" JJQ 2.3 (Spring 1965): 217-26.

Marvin Hightower, "Saving an Endangered Treasure: Proofs for Joyce’s Ulysses Get a Reprieve from the Ravages of Time" The Harvard University Gazette (March 6, 1997).

Robert Edward Hurley, "The 'Proteus' Episode of James Joyce's Ulysses", Ph.D dissertation, Columbia University, 1963.

Aldous Huxley and Stuart Gilbert, Joyce, the Artificer: Two Studies of Joyce’s Method (London: Chiswick Press, 1952).

Claude Jacquet, "Les Plans De Joyce Pour Ulysse", eds. Louis Bonnerot, Jacques Aubert and Claude Jacquet, “Ulysses”: Cinquante ans après. Témoignages franco-anglais sur le chef-d'oeuvre de James Joyce (Paris: Didier, 1979) 45-82.

—. "Métamorphoses de 'Circé'", eds. Jacques Aubert and Fritz Senn, James Joyce (Paris: Herne, 1985) 384-99.

—. "Les mensonges d''Eumée': une esthétique de la confusion", ed. Claude Jacquet, James Joyce 1: 'Scribble' 1: Genèse des textes (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1988) 107-20.

Robert Janusko, "The Sources and Structure of the 'Oxen of the Sun' Episode of James Joyce's Ulysses", Ph.D dissertation, Kent State University, 1967.

—. The Sources and Structures of James Joyce's 'Oxen' (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1983).

—. "Another Anthology for 'Oxen': Barnett and Dale" JJQ 27.2 (Winter 1990): 257-81.

—. "Yet Another Anthology for the 'Oxen': Murison's Selections" JSA 1 (1990): 117-31.

—. "A Grave Beauty: Joyce's Newman" JJQ 28.3 (Spring 1991): 617-21.

—. "From Seymour to Bannan and Out: A Metamorphosis in Draft" JJQ 29.2 (Winter 1992): 393-97.

—. "Further Oxcavations" GJS 2 (Spring 2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS2/GJS2Janusko>.

Mackie L. Jarrell, "Joyce's Use of Swift's Polite Conversation in the 'Circe' Episode of Ulysses" PMLA 72.3 (June 1957): 545-54.

James Joyce, Ulysses: A Facsimile of the Manuscript. Harry Levin, introduction and Clive Driver, preface. 2 vols (London: Faber and Faber Ltd. in association with the Philip H. & A.S.W. Rosenbach Foundation, 1974).

—. 'Penelope': The Last Chapter of "Ulysses" Translated by Harald Beck. Edited by Hans Walter Gabler (Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam, 1989).

Richard M. Kain, "James Joyce's Shakespeare Chronology" Massachusetts Review V (Winter 1964): 342-55.

Hugh Kenner, "[Review] How the Trick Was Done" New York Times (January 11, 1976). [Review of Rosenbach facsimile]

Jacob Korg, "A Possible Source of the 'Circe' Chapter of Joyce's Ulysses" Modern Language Notes 71.2 (February 1956): 96-98.

Valery Larbaud, "James Joyce" Nouvelle Revue Française (April 1922): 385-405.

—. "The Ulysses of James Joyce" trans. T. S. Eliot, The Criterion I.1 (October 1922): 94-103.

Rafael I. García León, "Richard Ford’s Gatherings from Spain and Joyce: A Possible Source for Some Spanish Words in Ulysses" Papers on Joyce 12 (2006): 85-92.

Geert Lernout, "Collector of Prepuces: Foreskins in Ulysses" JJQ 44.2 (Winter 2007): 345-52.

Arthur Walton Litz, "Joyce's Notes for the Last Episodes of Ulysses" Modern Fiction Studies 4.1 (1958): 3-20.

—. "Ulysses and Its Audiences", eds. Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon and David Norris, James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986) 220-30.

—. "[Review of] Ulysses. A Facsimile of the Manuscript" JJQ 14.1 (Fall 1976): 101-11.

—. "Early Vestiges of Joyce's Ulysses" PMLA 71.1 (March 1956): 51-60.

—. "[Review of] Joyce's "Ulysses" Note Sheets in the British Museum, Ed. Phillip F. Herring" JJQ 10.3 (Spring 1973): 349-53.

Monique Lojkine-Morelec, "Aspects de l'intertextualité dans les manuscrits de the 'Waste Land', Ulysses, 'Dirge' et 'Death by Water'", ed. Claude Jacquet, Genèse et metamorphoses du texte joycien (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1985) 211-22.

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

Alistair McCleery, "The One Lost Lamb" JJQ 27.3 (Spring 1990): 635-39.

Richard E. Madtes, "A Textual and Critical Study of the 'Ithaca' Episode of James Joyce's Ulysses", Ph.D dissertation, Columbia University, 1961.

—. "Joyce and the Building of 'Ithaca'" English Literary History 31.4 (December 1964): 443-59.

—. The 'Ithaca' Chapter of "Ulysses" (Epping: Bowker, 1983).

Nick De Marco, "'Oxen of the Sun' and the Gestation of the Word", eds. Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Geert Lernout and John McCourt, Joyce in Trieste: An Album of Risky Readings (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2007) 78-86.

Michael Monsato and Leslie LeBlanc, The United States of America V. One Book Entitled "Ulysses" by James Joyce (Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1984).

Sue Murphy, "Conservation Treatment for the Final Page Proofs of James Joyce's Ulysses" JSA 2 (1991): 257-64.

Alyssa J. O'Brien, "The Molly Blooms of 'Penelope': Reading Joyce Archivally" Journal of Modern Literature 24.1 (Fall 2000): 7-24.

Pól Ó Dochertaigh, "The Source of Hell: Professor Pokorny of Vienna in Ulysses" JJQ 41.4 (Summer 2004): 825-29.

Brendan O Hehir, "An Unnoticed Textual Crux in Ulysses " JJQ 5.4 (Summer 1968): 297-98.

Mark Osteen, "Narrative Gifts: 'Cyclops' and the Economy of Excess" JSA 1 (1990): 162-96.

Rodney Wilson Owen, "James Joyce and the Beginnings of Ulysses: 1912 to 1917", Ph.D dissertation, University of Kansas, 1980.

—. James Joyce and the Beginnings of "Ulysses" (Epping: Bowker, c1983).

Francis Phelan, "A Source for the Headlines of 'Aeolus'?" JJQ 9.1 (Fall 1971): 146-51.

Ruth Von Phul, "The Boast of Heraldry in the 'Proteus' Episode of Ulysses" Journal of Modern Literature 1.3 (1971): 399-405.

Vike Martina Plock, "A Feat of Strength in 'Ithaca': Eugen Sandow and Physical Culture in Joyce's Ulysses" Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (Fall 2006): 129-39.

Joseph Prescott, "James Joyce's Ulysses as a Work in Progress", Ph.D dissertation, Harvard University, 1944.

—. "Stylistic Realism in Joyce’s Ulysses", ed. Marvin Magalaner, A James Joyce Miscellany (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1959) 15-66.

Jean-Michel Rabaté, "Le noeud gordien de 'Pénélope'", ed. Claude Jacquet, James Joyce 1: 'Scribble' 1: Genèse des textes (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1988) 121-41.

—. "‘Thank Maurice’: A Note About Maurice Darantiere" JSA 2 (1991): 245-51.

Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, eds. The Lost Notebook: New Evidence on the Genesis of “Ulysses” (Edinburgh: Split Pea Press, 1989).

Myron Schwartzman, "The V.A.8 Copybook: An Early Draft of the 'Cyclops' Chapter of Ulysses with Notes on Its Development" JJQ 12.1/2 (Fall 1974/Winter 1975): 64-122.

—. "Ulysses on the Rocks: The Evolution of the 'Nausikaa' Episode, with a Suggested Addition to the Final Text" Bulletin of the New York Public Library 80 (1977): 455-73.

—. "[Review of] Groden, Michael, "Ulysses" in Progress" Journal of English and Germanic Philology 77 (1978): 294-96.

—. "[Review of] Herring, Phillip F., Joyce's Notes and Early Drafts for "Ulysses": Selections from the Buffalo Collection" Journal of English and Germanic Philology 78 (1979): 144-46.

Bonnie Kime Scott, "[Review] Rodney Wilson Owen: James Joyce and the Beginnings of "Ulysses"" JJB 14 (June 1984): 3.

Fritz Senn, "No Trace of Hell" JJQ 7.3 (Spring 1970): 255–56.

—. "The Potency of Error (Exemplified in Joyce’s Ulysses)", eds. Anne Mette Hansen, Roger Lüdeke, Wolfgang Streit, Cristina Urchueguía and Peter Shillingsburg, The Book as Artefact. Text and Border (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2005) 241-53.

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

Michael J. Sidnell, "Mac(k)intosh the Noun" JSA 13 (2002): 192-95.

Norman Silverstein, "Joyce's 'Circe' Episode: Approaches to Ulysses through a Textual and Interpretative Study of Joyce's Fifteenth Chapter", Ph.D dissertation, Columbia University, 1960.

—. "Magic on the Notesheets of the 'Circe' Episode" JJQ 1.4 (Summer 1964): 19-26.

—. "Bruno's Particles of Reminiscence" JJQ 2.4 (Summer 1965): 271-80.

—. "Evolution of the Nighttown Setting", ed. Maurice Harmon, The Celtic Master: Contributions to the First James Joyce Symposium Held in Dublin, 1967 (Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1969) 27-36.

—. "Toward a Corrected Text of Ulysses" JJQ 6.4 (Summer 1969): 348-56.

Jefferey Simons, "The Aural Literacy of Ulysses" European Journal of English Studies 11.2 (2007): 207-20.

Sam Slote, "Preliminary Comments on Two Newly Discovered Ulysses Manuscripts" JJQ 39.1 (Fall 2001): 17-28.

—. "Epiphanic 'Proteus'" GJS 5 (Spring 2005). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS5/GJS5lote>.

—. "A Eumaean Return to Style" HJS 6.1 (2005). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/archives/v3/slote.html>.

—. "Questioning Technology in 'Ithaca'" HJS 8.2 (July 2007). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/main/essays.php?essay=slote>.

Wolfhard Steppe, "The Merry Greeks (with a Farewell to epicleti)" JJQ 32.3/4 (Spring/Summer 1995): 597-617.

Wolfhard Steppe with Hans Walter Gabler, A Handlist to James Joyce's "Ulysses": A Complete Alphabetical Index to the Critical Reading Text (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1985).

James P. Sullivan, "'All for a Buster': An Early Version" JSA 10 (1999): 184-94.

Stanley Sultan, "[Review of] James Joyce and the Beginnings of "Ulysses"" JJQ 24.1 (Fall 1986): 95-101.

Brook Thomas, "The Counterfeit Style of 'Eumaeus'" JJQ 14.1 (Fall 1976): 15-24.

Philip Toynbee, "[Review of] Ulysses. A Facsimile of the Manuscript" Observer July 25, 1976, 28.

Christine Van Boheemen-Saaf, "Joyce's Answer to Philosophy: Writing the Dematerializing Object", ed. Richard Brown, Joyce, 'Penelope' and the Body (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2006) 31-46.

Wim Van Mierlo, "The Subject Notebook: A Nexus in the Composition History of Ulysses—A Preliminary Analysis" GJS 7 (Spring 2007). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS7/GJS7mierlo>.

Paul Vanderham, "Ezra Pound's Censorship of Ulysses" JJQ 32.3/4 (Spring/Summer 1995): 583-95.

Joe Voelker and Thomas Arner, "J. A. Dowie and the 'Messianic Scene'" JJQ 27.2 (Winter 1990): 283-91.

Kathleen Wales, "The 'Oxen of the Sun' in Ulysses: Joyce and Anglo-Saxon" JJQ 26.3 (Spring 1989): 319-32.

Richard Watson, "The Provenance of the Final Corrected Page Proofs of James Joyce's Ulysses" JSA 2 (1991): 251-57.

David Weir, "What Did He Know, and When Did He Know It: The Little Review, Joyce, and Ulysses" JJQ 37.3/4 (Spring/Summer 2000): 389-412.

Philip R. Yannella, "James Joyce to the Little Review: Ten Letters" Journal of Modern Literature 1.3 (March 1971): 393-98.


Editions of Ulysses

Robert M. Adams, Robert Craft, Jon N. Elzey, Beverly Fields, Hans Walter Gabler, John Updike, and reply by John Kidd, "‘The Scandal of Ulysses’: An Exchange" NYRB 35.13 (August 18, 1988): 63-65.

Eyall Amiran, "Rhetorics of Stimulation and the 1984 Ulysses" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 142-47.

Bruce Arnold, The Scandal of "Ulysses" (London: Sinclair-Stevenson, c1991). [Revised and reprinted as The Scandal of "Ulysses": The Life and Afterlife of a Twentieth Century Masterpiece. Rev. ed (Dublin: Liffey Press, c2004).]

Robin Bates, "Reflections on the Kidd Era" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 119-41.

Cerf Bennett, "Publishing Ulysses" Contempo 3.13 (February 1934): 2.

Bernard Benstock, "Ulysses: The Gospel According to Gabler" Irish Literary Supplement 4 (1985): 23-24.

—. "Ulysses: How Many Texts Are There in It?" eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 1-6.

Edward L. Bishop, "Re: Covering Ulysses" JSA 5 (1994): 22-55.

—. "The 'Garbled History' of the First-Edition Ulysses" JSA 9 (1998): 3-36.

Rosa Maria Bollettieri Bosinelli, "Joyce the Scribe and the Right Hand Reader", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 7–15.

Zack Bowen, "[Review of] Gabler's Ulysses" The Journal of Irish Literature 14 (1985): 53-54.

Julie Sloan Brannon, Who Reads "Ulysses"? The Rhetoric of the Joyce Wars and the Common Reader (New York; London: Routledge, 2003).

Austin Briggs, "The Full Stop at the End of 'Ithaca': Thirteen Ways––and Then Some––of Looking at a Black Dot" JSA 5 (1994): 125-44.

William S. Brockman, "The New Bloom in 'Eumaeus': The Emendations of Ulysses: A Critical and Synoptic Edition" JJQ 28.1 (Fall 1990): 153-68.

Marius Buning, "Ulysses's Textual Homecoming" Dutch Quarterly Review 16.2 (1986): 145-52.

Ronald Bush, "[Review of] Gabler's Ulysses" Huntington Library Quarterly 48 (1985): 187-94.

Giovanni Cianci, "Typography Underrated: A Note on 'Aeolus'", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 16-21.

Carla de Petris, "On Mondadori's Telemachia", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 22-27.

Peter de Voogd, "Joycean Typeface", eds. Andreas Fischer, Martin Heusser and Thomas Hermann, Aspects of Modernism: Studies in Honour of Max Nänny (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1997) 203-18.

Richard Ellmann, "The Big Word in Ulysses" NYRB 31.16 (October 25, 1984): 30-31.

—. "A Crux in the New Edition of Ulysses", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 28-34.

—. "The New Ulysses" Georgia Review 40 (1986): 548-56.

Jane Ford, Bonnie Kime Scott, Jean Kimball and Fritz Senn, "The New Edition of Ulysses: An Assessment of Its Usefulness One Year Later", ed. Bonnie Kime Scott, New Alliances in Joyce Studies: 'When It's Aped to Foul a Delfian' (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1988) 219-29.

Christine Froula, "The Adventures of Ulysses" Yale Review 74 (1985): 454-66.

Wilhelm Füger, "Unanswered Questions About a Questionable Answer", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 35-42.

Hans Walter Gabler, "Werkentstehung Und Textsituation Des Ulysses", ed. Therese Fischer-Seidel, James Joyce "Ulysses". Neuere Deutsche Aufsätze (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1977) 58-79.

—. "Critical Edition of James Joyce's Ulysses and Finnegans Wake" Computers and the Humanities 13.4 (1979): 351.

—. "And Now: Ulysses as James Joyce Wrote It: Working on a Critical Edition" German Research: Reports of the DFG 2 (1979): 25-26.

—. "Computer-Aided Critical Edition of Ulysses" ALLC Bulletin.8 (1981): 232-48.

—. "James Joyce as Author and Scribe: A Problem in Editing 'Eumaeus'", ed., Nordic Rejoycings 1982 (Stockholm: James Joyce Society of Sweden and Finland, 1982) 98-105.

—. "Afterword", James Joyce, Ulysses: A Critical and Synoptic Edition eds. Hans Walter Gabler, with Wolfhard Steppe and Claus Melchior (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1984) 1859-907.

—. "The Synchrony and Diachrony of Texts: Practice and Theory of the Critical Edition of James Joyce's Ulysses" Text: Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship 1 (1981 [published 1984]): 305-26.

—. "The Text as Process and the Problem of Intentionality" Text 3 (1987): 107-17.

—. "Letter" TLS (July 1-7, 1988): 733.

—. "Letter" TLS (August 12-18, 1988): 883.

—. "Letter" TLS (December 16-22, 1988): 1395.

—. "Naissance de l'édition: de l'ordinateur comme sage-femme", ed. Louis Hay, La Naissance Du Texte (Paris: José Corti, 1989) 53-62.

—. "Position Statement" JJLS 3 (Fall 1989): 3-5.

—. "Textual Studies and Criticism", ed. Paul Eggert, Editing in Australia (Canberra: University College ADFA, 1990). [Reprinted in New Directions in Textual Studies, Dave Oliphant and Robin Bradford, eds. (Austin: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, 1990) 151-65.]

—. "A Response To: John Kidd, 'Errors of Execution in the 1984 Ulysses'" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 250-56. [Originally delivered at the Society for Textual Scholarship on April 26, 1985.]

—. "[Review of] "Ulysses": A Review of Three Texts: Proposals for Alterations to the Texts of 1922, 1961, and 1984, by Philip Gaskel and Clive Hart" JJQ 28.2 (Winter 1991): 523-29.

—. "What Ulysses Requires" The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 87 (June 1993): 187-248.

—. "Optionen und Lösungen: Zur Kritischen und Synoptischen Edition von James Joyce's Ulysses" Editio 9 (1995): 179-213.

—. "Towards an Electronic Edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses" Literary and Linguistic Computing 15.1 (2000): 115-20.

Hans Walter Gabler, John O'Hanlon, Thomas F. Staley, and reply by John Kidd, "The Continuing Scandal of Ulysses: An Exchange" NYRB 35.14 (September 29, 1988): 80-83.

Hans Walter Gabler, Alistair McCleery, reply by John Kidd and Charles Rossman, "The New Ulysses: Grave Matters" NYRB 36.5 (March 30, 1989): 43-45.

Philip Gaskell and Clive Hart, "Ulysses": A Review of Three Texts: Proposals for Alterations to the Texts of 1922, 1961, and 1984 (Gerrards Cross:: Colin Smythe, 1989).

Philip Gaskell, Clive Hart, Roma Woodnutt, Peter du Sautoy, and reply by Charles Rossman, "The New Ulysses: Unanswered Questions" NYRB 35.21/22 (January 19, 1989): 58-59.

Michael Patrick Gillespie, "The Finnegans Wake Approach to Ulysses" Irish Literary Supplement 4 (1985): 36.

—. "Why Does One Re-Read Ulysses?" eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 43-57.

—. "Certitude and Circularity: The Search for Ulysses" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 216-30.

Arnold Goldman, "Joyce's Ulysses as Work in Progress: The Controversy and Its Implications" Journal of Modern Literature 15.4 (1989): 579-88.

—. "Editorial Procedures: Ulysses: The Text" JJLS 3 (Fall 1989): 10-11.

Willard Goodwin, "'A Very Pretty Picture M. Matisse but You Must Not Call It Joyce': The Making of the Limited Editions Club Ulysses. With Lewis Daniel's Unpublished Ulysses Illustrations" JSA 10 (1999): 85-103.

Richard J. Goy, "Letter" TLS (July 18, 1997): 17. [Reader’s Edition]

Michael Groden, "Editing Joyce's Ulysses: An International Effort" Scholarly Publishing 12.1 (October 1980): 37-74. [Reprinted in Scholarly Publishing in An Era of Change, Ethel G. Langlois, ed. (Washington, D.C.: Soc. for Scholarly Publishing, 1981) 27-34.]

—. "Foostering over those Changes: The New Ulysses" JJQ 22.2 (Winter 1985): 137-59.

—. "Letter" TLS (October 7-13, 1988): 1109, cont. 1132.

—. "A Response to John Kidd's 'An Inquiry into Ulysses: The Corrected Text'" JJQ 28.1 (Fall 1990): 81-110.

—. "Afterword", ed. Hans Walter Gabler, Ulysses (London: The Bodley Head, 1993) 647-57.

—. "[Review] Unlicensed Premises?" JJB 48 (October 1997): 1-2. [Review of Reader’s Edition]

—. "[Review] We See the Editor at Work", eds. Matthew J. Bruccoli and George Garrett, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Yearbook 1997 (Detroit: Bruccoli Clark Layman/Gale, 1998) 206-9. [Review of Reader’s Edition]

—. "Perplex in the Pen–and in the Pixels: Reflections on the James Joyce Archive, Hans Walter Gabler's Ulysses, and James Joyce's Ulysses in Hypermedia" Journal of Modern Literature 22.2 (Winter 1998-1999): 225-44. [Reprinted in Joyce and the Joyceans, Morton P. Levitt, ed. (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2002) 32-50.]

Michael Groden, and reply by John Kidd, "More on the New Ulysses" NYRB 35.19 (December 8, 1988): 61-62.

—. "Ulysses Update" NYRB 36.1 (February 2, 1989): 45.

Antony Hammond, "[Review of Gabler's Ulysses]" The Library 6th series 8 (1986): 382-90.

Clive Hart, "Art Thou Real, My Ideal?" eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 58-65.

—. "[Review of Kidd, 'An Inquiry into Ulysses: The Corrected Text']" TLS (November 17-22, 1989): 1279.

Philip Harvey, "Letter" TLS (August 1, 1997): 15. [Reader’s Edition]

David Hayman, "Balancing the Book, or Pro and Contra the Gabler Ulysses", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 66-85.

—. "Ulysses and Motherwell: Illustrating an Affinity" JJQ 26.4 (Summer 1989): 583-605.

—. "What the Unpublished Letters Can Tell Us: Or, Is Anyone Watching?" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 187-88.

Suzette Henke, "Reconstructing Ulysses in a Deconstructive Mode", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 86-91.

Jeri Johnson, "Introduction", James Joyce, Ulysses, ed. Jeri Johnson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993) ix-lvi.

James Joyce, Ulysses II.5: Prototype of a critical edition in progress prepared with the help of Michael Groden, Danis Rose, Charity Scott Stokes and Wolfhard Steppe. Edited by Hans Walter Gabler, Michael Groden, Danis Rose, Charity Scott Stokes and Wolfhard Steppe (Munich: [s. n.], 1979).

—. Ulysses: A Critical and Synoptic Edition. Edited by Hans Walter Gabler, with Wolfhard Steppe and Claus Melchior. 3 vols (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1984).

—. Ulysses (Connecticut: First Edition Library, 1992). [A facsimile of copy No. 257]

—. Ulysses, ed. Jeri Johnson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993). [A photographic reprint of copy No. 785]

—. Ulysses (Washington: Orchises Press, 1998). [A facsimile of Roger Lathbury's copy No. 784]

Stephen James Joyce, "Letter" TLS (September 9-15, 1988): 989. [Gabler’s Ulysses]

—. "Letter" TLS (June 27, 1997): 17. [Reader’s Edition]

—. "Letter" TLS (November 5, 1999): 19. [Reader’s Edition]

Richard M. Kain, "Dublin 1904", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 92-110.

—. "The Case of the Lost Cyclist, or What Happened to Harry Thrift (U 10.1259)" JJQ 26.4 (Summer 1989): 607.

Hugh Kenner, "The Computerized Ulysses" Harper's (April 1980): 89-95.

—. "[Review] Leopold's bloom restored" TLS (July 13, 1984): 771-72.

—. "Reflections on the Gabler Era" JJQ 26.1 (Fall 1988): 11-20.

John Kidd, "Gaelic in the New Ulysses" Irish Literary Supplement 4 (Fall 1985): 41-42.

—. "The Genetic Joyce: A Retrospective Review" JJLS 1.2 (1987): 11.

—. "Proof Fever: John Kidd Rallies Dissent against the 1984 Ulysses" JJB 25 (1988): 1.

—. Interview with Renee Montaigne, "All Things Considered" National Public Radio (US), June 20, 1988.

—. "The Scandal of Ulysses" NYRB 35.11 (June 30, 1988): 32-39.

—. "Letter" TLS (October 21-27, 1988): 1175.

—. "An Inquiry into Ulysses: The Corrected Text" Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America 82.4 (December 1988; published June 1989): 411-584. [Also issued as a monograph of the James Joyce Research Centre, Boston University, 1989. Also issued as an "Electronic Version" compiled by David M. Seaman on 3 1/2 inch disk in WordPerfect 5.0.]

—. "Establishing a Ulysses Text" JJLS 3 (Fall 1989): 6-7.

—. "Gabler's Errors in Context: A Reply to Michael Groden on Editing Ulysses" JJQ 28.1 (Fall 1990): 111-51.

—. "The Context of the First Salvo in the Joyce Wars" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 237-42.

—. "Errors of Execution in the 1984 Ulysses" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 243-49. [Originally delivered at the Society for Textual Scholarship on April 26, 1985.]

—. "A Catechism for the Ulysses Repair Kit" JJLS 5.2 (1991): 12-15.

—. "[Review] Making the Wrong Joyce" NYRB 44.14 (September 25, 1997): 54-56. [Review of Reader’s Edition]

—. "The Right Slogger" NYRB 44.15 (October 9, 1997): 58.

Jean Kimball, "Love and Death in Ulysses: 'Word Known to All Men'" JJQ 24.2 (Winter 1987): 143-60.

—. "Love in the Kidd Era: An Afterword" JJQ 29.2 (Winter 1992): 369-77.

Eric Korn, "[Review] Words Known to All Men" TLS (September 5, 1997): 3-4. [Review of Reader’s Edition]

Adelaide Kugel, "'Wroth Wrackt Joyce': Samuel Roth and the 'Not Quite Unathorized' Edition of Ulysses" JSA 3 (1992): 242-48.

Geert Lernout, "Gabler's Ulysses" Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire 64.3 (1986): 650-57.

—. "The Real 'Scandal' of Ulysses" Netherlands Society for English Studies 2.2 (1992): 34-35. [Reprinted in European English Messenger 2.1 (1993): 47.]

—. "La critique textuelle anglo-américaine: une étude de cas" Genesis: manuscrits, recherche, invention 9 (1996): 45-64.

—. "Controversial Editions: Hans Walter Gabler's Ulysses" Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies 16 (2006): 229-41.

Morton Levitt, "Editorial" Journal of Modern Literature 15.1 (1988): 3-6.

David Lloyd, "Letter from America: The James Joyce Wars" New Welsh Review 2.1 (1989): 74-76.

Marvin Magalaner, "Review of Gabler's Ulysses" Modern Fiction Studies 31.4 (1985): 782-84.

Vicki Mahaffey, "Intentional Error: The Paradox of Editing Joyce's Ulysses", ed. George Bornstein, Representing Modernist Texts: Editing as Interpretation (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1991) 171-91. [Reprinted in James Joyce's Ulysses: A Casebook Derek Attridge, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2004) 231-55.]

Alistair McCleery, "Collating the Pirate and the Professionals: Preliminary Analysis of the Texts of Ulysses 1927-1934" GJS 6 (Spring 2006). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS6/GJS6McCleery>.

—. "The Reputation of the 1932 Odyssey Press Edition of Ulysses" Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 100.1 (March 2006): 89-103.

Alistair McCleery, and reply by John Kidd, "'The Scandal of Ulysses': Yet Another Exchange" NYRB 36.9 (June 1, 1989): 40-41.

Jerome J. McGann, "Ulysses as a Postmodern Text: The Gabler Edition" Criticism 27 (Summer 1985): 283-305.

Patrick McGee, "Is There a Class for This Text? The New Ulysses, Jerome McGann, and the Issue of Textual Authority" Works and Days 5.2 (1987): 27-44.

—. "The Error of Theory" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 148-62.

D. F. McKenzie, "The Dialectics of Bibliography Now", Bibliography and the Sociology of Texts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999) 55-76.

Ira Nadel, "The New Ulysses" Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook (1984): 47-52.

—. "Textual Criticism, Literary Theory and the New Ulysses", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 122-39.

—. "'Circe': Textual Method and Textual Meaning" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 163-78.

John T. Noonan, "It's Love" NYRB 32.2 (February 14, 1985): 41. [Identifies Thomas Aquinas as the source of the Latin in the inserted "love passage."]

Mary O'Toole, "Miami in February: A Report on the Conference" JJQ 26.3 (Spring 1989): 417-24.

Patrick Parrinder, "From Telemachus to Penelope: Episodes Anonymous?" eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 140-48.

Charles Peake, "Some Critical Comments on the 'Telemachia' in the 1984 Ulysses", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 149-70.

George Micajah Phillips, "The Protean Text of Ulysses and Why All Editions Are Equally >Definitive<" HJS 4.2 (December 2003-January 2004). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/archives/v3/phillips.html>.

John Presley, "[Review of] Ulysses. By James Joyce. A Critical and Synoptic Edition" South Atlantic Review 50.2 (May 1985): 130-32.

Paola Pugliatti, "Il nuovo Ulysses e la critica del testo" Strumenti critici NS 1.2 (1986): 187-224.

—. "The New Ulysses between Philology, Semiotics and Textual Genetics" Dispositio 12.30-32 (1987): 113-40.

—. "Who's Afraid of the 1984 Ulysses?" JJQ 27.1 (Fall 1989): 41-53.

Craig Raine, "[Review] Between the Lines" Sunday Times August 12, 1984, 39. [Reprinted as "Appendix: Hans Walter Gabler’s Ulysses", James Joyce, Ulysses (London: David Campbell [Distributed by Random House], 1992) 1073–74.]

Lawrence Rainy, "[Review] How Molly Bloom Got Her Apostrophes" London Review of Books 19.6 (1997). [Review of Reader’s Edition]

David Remnick, "The War over Ulysses" Washington Post April 2, 1985.

R. F. Roberts, "Bibliographical Notes on James Joyce’s Ulysses" Colophon NS 1.4 (Spring 1974): 567-79.

Danis Rose, "Irish and/or Gaelic in the New Ulysses" Irish Literary Supplement 5 (Spring 1986): 30-31.

—. "Letter" TLS (July 11, 1997): 17. [Reader’s Edition]

—. "Letter" TLS (July 25, 1997): 17. [Reader’s Edition]

Danis Rose, and reply by John Kidd, "'Making the Wrong Joyce': An Exchange" NYRB 45.1 (January 15, 1998): 60-61.

Charles Rossman, "Letter" TLS (September 2-8, 1988): 963.

—. "The New Ulysses: The Hidden Controversy" NYRB 35.19 (December 8, 1988): 53-58.

—. "Notes on the 'Production' of Ulysses" JJLS 3 (1989): 8-9.

—. "The Critical Reception of the Gabler Ulysses: Or Gabler's Ulysses Kidd-Napped" Studies in the Novel 21.2 (Summer 1989): 154-81.

—. "A Metacommentary on the Rhetoric of Reviewing the Reviewers: Paul Eggert on the New Editions of Ulysses and Women in Love" D.H. Lawrence Review 21.2 (Summer 1989): 219-22.

—. "A Reply to Michael Patrick Gillespie" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 231-36.

—. "The 'Gabler Ulysses': A Selectively Annotated Bibliography" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 257-69.

—. "The Critical Reception of the Gabler Ulysses: Or Gabler's Ulysses Kidd-Napped, Part Two" Studies in the Novel 22.3 (Fall 1990): 323-53.

John Ryder, "Editing Ulysses Typographically" Scholarly Publishing 18 (January 1987): 108-24.

C. George Sandulescu, "Curios of Signs I Am Here to Rede!" eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 171-87.

—. "How This Particular Funforall Came About", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) xix–xxiv.

C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, eds. Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986).

Peter du Sautoy, "Letter" TLS (July 8-14, 1988): 755.

—. "Letter" TLS (September 9-15, 1988): 989.

—. "Editing Ulysses: A Personal Account" JJQ 27.1 (Fall 1989): 69-76.

—. "Why Faber Failed to Publish Ulysses" JJB 34 (February 1991): 1.

 David Seed, "Ulysses: The Evolution of a Definitive Text" Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography 8.3 (1984): 173-83.

Fritz Senn, "Ulysses between Corruption and Correction", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 188-206.

—. "Editiorial Joyces" JJLS 1.1 (May 1987): 16.

—. "May I Trespass on Your Valuable Space? Bruce Arnold: The Scandal of "Ulysses": A Postscript" JJLS 5.2 (1991): 5.

—. "Inherent Delicacy: Eumaean Questions" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 179-86.

—. "Critical Sensitivity: Or, Minding the Stones" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 189-91.

—. "One Whiff of 'Goner/Doner'" JJQ 32.1 (Fall 1994): 104-5.

Carol Shloss, "[Review of Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses"]" JJQ 25.4 (Summer 1988): 395-401.

Sam Slote, "Ulysses" in the Plural: The Variable Editions of Joyce’s Novel (Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004).

Wolfhard Steppe, Appendicits; or the Scandal Transformed. A Letter SUPPRESSED by the NYRB (Lustheim: self-published, 1988).

Wolfgang Steppe, "Reply to Pugliatti's 'Who's Afraid of the 1984 Ulysses?'" JJQ 27.1 (Fall 1989): 55-68.

Francisco Garcia Tortosa, "Ulysses in Spanish", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 207-13.

Jeremy Treglown, "Editors Vary" TLS (May 10, 1985): 520.

Jesús Tronch Pérez, "Editing Ulysses in the Current Debate of Textual Criticism" Papers on Joyce 5 (1999): 111-16.

Carla Marengo Vaglio, "Italics in Ulysses", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 111-21.

Donald Philip Verene, "The 1922 and 1984 Editions: Some Philosophical Considerations", eds. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart, Assessing the 1984 "Ulysses" (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1986) 214-17.

J. Howard Woolmer, " Ulysses at Auction with a Preliminary Census" JJQ 17.2 (Winter 1980): 141-48.

Daniel Zalewski, "Field Notes: Scanners" Lingua Franca 6.6 (September/October 1996): 10-11.


Finnegans Wake

"Entretiens Avec Jacques Aubert" l'Âne, le magazine freudien 6 (1982): 5-7.

Louis Armand, "Enzymes, Reverse Transcriptions and the Technogeneses of Finnegans Wake" GJS 2 (Spring 2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS2/GJS2Armand>.

James S. Atherton, The Books at the Wake: A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce’s “Finnegans Wake” (London: Faber and Faber, 1959). [Expanded and corrected ed. (Mamaroneck, N.Y.: P. P. Appel, 1974).]

Jacques Aubert, "Notes on the French Element in Finnegans Wake" JJQ 5.2 (Winter 1968): 110-24.

—. "Breton Proverbs in Notebook VI.B.14" AWN 15.6 (1978): 86-89.

Jacque Aubert, "From History to Memoires: Joyce's Chateaubriand as Celtic Palimpsestor" JSA 2 (1991): 177-200.

Jorn Barger, "A Preliminary Stratigraphy of 'Scribbledehobble'", ed. Andrew Treip, “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 127-37.

 [Most of Jorn's work has not appeared in print. Some of his findings appear on his homepage: IQ Infinity: The Unknown James Joyce. He is also a frequent contributor to the FWAKE-L e-mail list and his postings have been archived for downloading.]

Scarlett Baron, "Joyce's 'Holiday Wisdom': 'Gustave Flaubert Can Rest Having Made Me'" GJS 7 (Spring 2007). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS7/GJS7baron>.

Katarzyna Bazarnik, "Joyce, Liberature and the Writing of the Book" HJS 8.2 (July 2007). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/archives/v8_2/main/essays.php?essay=bazarnik>.

Christopher Bjork, "'Sinted Sageness': Some Sources for Kevin in Finnegans Wake", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 85-100.

Sheldon Brivic, "[Review of] Hayman, David. The "Wake" in Transit" Journal of Modern Literature 18.2/3 (Spring 1993): 284.

Richard Brown, "The Missing Typescripts of Finnegans Wake" AFWC 4.1 (1988): 1-18.

T.J. Brown, "Finnegans Wake" British Museum Quarterly 17.1 (1952): 4-5.

Bernard Brun, "Proust et Joyce, à leur manière", ed. Jacquet Claude, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1985) 217-26.

—. "Variante, variations, tissage. Point de vue d'un Proustien sur les archives de Joyce", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 163-67.

Bill Cadbury, "The Development of the 'Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Witness' Testimony in I.4", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 203-54.

—. "Sequence and Authority in Some transition Typescripts and Proofs", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 159-84.

—. "Development, in the Plebiscite, of and away from the Bywaters Case" GJS 1 (Spring 2001). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS1/plebiscite_paper>.

—. "'The March of a Maker': Chapters I.2-4", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 66-97.

 [Bill is also a frequent contributor to the FWAKE-L e-mail list and his postings have been archived for downloading.]

David J. Califf, "Clones and Mutations: A Genetic Look at 'Dave the Dancekerl'", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 123-47.

Jacquet Claude, ed. Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1985).

Thomas E. Connolly, ed. Scribbledehobble; the ur-workbook for “Finnegans Wake” (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1961).

Luca Crispi, "The Mechanics of Creativity: A Genetic Study of James Joyce's Finnegans Wake, II. 2", Ph.D dissertation, University at Buffalo, 2001.

—. "Storiella as She Was Wryt: Chapter II.2", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 214-49.

Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, eds. How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007).

Luca Crispi, Sam Slote and Dirk Van Hulle, "Introduction", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 3-48.

Valerie Cunningham, "Cryptogenetics or Cryptogenics?" JJB 36 (October 1991): 1-2.

Jack P. Dalton, "Re 'Kiswahili Words in Finnegans Wake' by Philipp Wolff" AWN (old series) 12 (1963): 6-10.

—. "I Say It's Spinach-'Watch!'" AWN (old series) 17 (1963): 11.

—. "Advertisement for the Restoration", eds. Jack P. Dalton and Clive Hart, Twelve and a Tilly: Essays on the Occasion on the 25th Anniversary of “Finnegans Wake” (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1966) 119-37.

—. "Late Historical Events, Again" AWN 6.6 (1969): 91-92.

—. "Sources: A Cautionary Tale" JJQ 6.1 (Fall 1968): 96-97.

—. "Hardest Crux" JJQ 1.3 (Spring 1964): 45-49.

—. "Habemus Dominationis" JJQ 1.2 (Winter 1964): 10-14.

Vincent Deane, "Editorial" AFWC 1.1 (1985): 1.

—. "Romano Lavo-Lil Revisited" AFWC 1.2 (1985): 41-42.

—. "Killaloe" AFWC 3.1 (1987): 11.

—. "Claybook for Finnegans Wake" AFWC 3.2 (1987): 21-39.

—. "Conventions for Notebook Transcriptions" AFWC 3.3 (1988): 41-42.

—. "Les Langues Du Monde in VI.B.45" AFWC 3.4 (1988): 61-74.

—. "Boudeville" AFWC 4.4 (1989): 74.

—. "Samson the Nazarite in VI.B.32" AFWC 4.3 (1989): 51-55.

—. "The Green Pastures in VI.B.33" AFWC 4.3 (1989): 56-60.

—. "HCE and the Fall of Pelagius", ed. Geert Lernout, “Finnegans Wake”: Fifty Years (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990) 109-23.

—. "Song Hoard: Four Indexes" AFWC 6 (1990-1991): 12-40.

—. "The Wellspring of the Saints: J.M. Flood in B.3" AFWC 7 (1991-1992): 1-27.

—. "Greek Gifts: Ulysses into Fox in VI.B.10" JSA 5 (1994): 163-75.

—. "Bywaters and the Original Crime", ed. Andrew Treip, “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 165-204.

—. "Looking after the Sense: Taking Stock of Joyce's English", eds. Ruth Frehner and Ursula Zeller, A Collideorscape of Joyce. Festschrift for Fritz Senn (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1998) 375-97.

Vincent Deane, Daniel Ferrer and Geert Lernout, "Editing the Finnegans Wake Notebooks at Buffalo" JJB 57 (2000): 3.

Vincent Deane and Roland McHugh, "Theatrical Terms in VI.B.44" AFWC 1.3 (1986): 60-67.

—. "Robert's Proverbs of Wales" AFWC 4.2 (1988): 32-35.

Jed Deppman, "Hallow'd Chronickles and Exploytes of King Rodericke O'Conor from Joyce's Earliest Draftes to the End of Causal Historie", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 179-202.

—. "The Lord's Prayer, Joyce, and Vico", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 65-82.

—. "A Chapter in Composition: Chapter II.4", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 304-46.

Alexandra Dumitrescu, "Bootstrapping Finnegans Wake" HJS 7.1 (February 2006). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/archives/v7/main/essays.php?essay=dumitrescu>.

Henry Edelheit, "Reflections on Scribbledehobble" Analyst 24 (1965): 2-4.

Bernd Engelhart, "' ... Or Ivan Slavansky Slavar' (FW: 355.11): The Intergration of Slavonic Languages into Finnegans Wake", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 135-44.

Daniel Ferrer, "La scène primitive de l'écriture, une lecture joycienne de Freud", ed. Jacquet Claude, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1985) 15-35.

—. "Hemingway aux sources de la Liffey", ed. Claude Jacquet, Genèse et metamorphoses du texte joycien (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1985) 223-28.

—. "The Freudful Couchmare of /\D: Joyce's Notes on Freud and the Composition of Chapter XVI of Finnegans Wake" JJQ 22.4 (Summer 1985): 367-82.

—. "Le texte sur sa reserve: d'un usage inouï de la citation chez Joyce", ed. L. Le Bouille, L'ente et la chimere, aspects de la citation dans la littérature anglaise (Caen: Centre de Publications de l''Université de Caen, 1986) 121-30.

—. "Écritures de la folie: James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, William Faulkner", Ph.D dissertation, Université de Paris VIII, 1987.

—. "Fantasmes de l'écriture: James Joyce, Virginia Woolf" Tropismes 3 (1987).

—. "Les carnets de Joyce: avant-textes limites d'une oeuvre limite" Genesis: manuscrits, recherche, invention 3 (1993): 45-61.

—. "Joyce's Notebooks: Publicizing the Private Sphere of Writing", eds. Ian Willison, Warwick Gould and Warren Chernaik, Modernist Writers and the Marketplace (London; New York: MacMillan Press; St. Martin's Press, inc, 1996) 202-22.

—. "Opening up the avant-textes" JJB 43 (1996): 1.

—. "The Straat That Is Called Corkscrewed: Hypertext and the Devious Ways of Wakean Genetics", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 185-88.

—. "Wondrous Devices in the Dark: Chapter III.4", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 410-35.

Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, eds. Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998).

Daniel Ferrer and Jean-Michel Rabaté, "Paragraphes en expansion", ed. Louis Hay, De la lettre au livre: sémiotique des manuscrits litteraires (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1989) 89-114. [Translated as "Paragraphs in Expansion (James Joyce)", eds. Jed Deppman, Daniel  Ferrer and Michael Groden, Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004) 132-51.]

Finn Fordham, "Sigla in Revision", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 83-96.

—. "Mapping Echoland" JSA 11 (2000): 167-201.

—. "The Corrections to Finnegans Wake: For 'Reading' Read 'Readings' (VI.H.4.B-2; JJA 63:352)", ed. Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 37-52.

—. "The Transfer from Notebooks to Drafts in 'Work in Progress'" GJS 3 (Spring 2003). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS3/FINNnotesintodrafts>.

—. "'The End'; 'Zee End': Chapter I.1", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 462-81.

—. "The Writing of Growth and the Growths of Writing: A Genetic Exegesis of Finnegans Wake 503.30–505.29" HJS 8.2 (July 2007). <http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/main/essays.php?essay=fordham>.

—. Lots of Fun at “Finnegans Wake”: Unravelling Universals (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007).

Mikio Fuse, "Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.03" GJS 5 (Spring 2005). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS5/GJS5emendationsB03>.

—. "Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.25" GJS 5 (Spring 2005). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS5/GJS5emendationsB25>.

—. "The Letter and the Groaning: Chapter I.5", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 98-123.

—. "Japanese in VI.B.12: Some Supplementary Notes" GJS 7 (Spring 2007). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS7/GJS7mikio>.

Mikio Fuse, and others, "Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.29" GJS 3 (Spring 2003). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS3/GJS3_B29errata>.

The FWAKE-L e-mail list archives.

Hans Walter Gabler, "[Review of] Danis Rose's The Textual Diaries of James Joyce" JJQ 33.4 (Summer 1996): 621-25.

Francisco García Tortosa, "Tracing the Origins of Spanish in Joyce: A Sourcebook for the Spanish Vocabulary in Buffalo Notebook VI.B.23" Papers on Joyce 7/8 (2001-2002): 5-15.

Adaline Glasheen, "Oscar Wilde in Scribbledehobble" AWN (old series) 15 (1963): 4.

Paul Gleason, "Dante, Joyce, Beckett, and the Use of Memory in the Process of Literary Creation" JSA 10 (1999): 104-42.

J. Carnero Gonzáles, "Notes toward a Reading Proposal: WP and FW" Papers on Joyce 1 (1995): 21-28.

Almuth Grésillon, "Slow Work in Progress" Word & Image 13.2 (1997): 106-23.

Clive Hart, "Notes on the Text of Finnegans Wake" Journal of English and Germanic Philology 54 (1960): 229-39.

—. "[Review of] Anna Livia Plurabelle: The Making of a Chapter" Journal of English and Germanic Philology 60 (1961): 348-49.

David Hayman, Joyce et Mallarmé. 2 vols (Paris: Minard, 1956).

—. "Dramatic Motion in Finnegans Wake" Texas Studies in English 37 (1958): 155-76.

—. "From Finnegans Wake: A Sentence in Progress" PMLA 63 (March 1958): 136-54.

—. A First-Draft Version of “Finnegans Wake” (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1963).

—. "A List of Corrections for the Scribbledehobble" JJQ 1.2 (Winter 1964): 23-29.

—. "Tristan and Isolde in Finnegans Wake: A Study of the Sources and Evolution of a Theme" Comparative Literature Studies 1 (1964): 95-102.

—. "The Distribution of the Tristan and Isolde Notes under 'Exiles' in the Scribbledehobble" AWN 2 (October 1965): 3-14.

—. "Pound at the Wake or the Uses of a Contemporary" JJQ 2.3 (Spring 1965): 204-16.

—. "'Scribbledehobbles' and How They Grew", eds. Jack P. Dalton and Clive Hart, Twelve and a Tilly: Essays on the Occasion on the 25th Anniversary of “Finnegans Wake” (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1966) 107-18.

—. "Nodality and the Infra-Structure of Finnegans Wake" JJQ 16.1/2 (Fall 1978/Winter 1979): 135-49.

—. "Shadow of His Mind: The Papers of Lucia Joyce", eds. Dave Oliphant and Thomas Zigal, Joyce at Texas: Essays on the James Joyce Materials at the Humanities Research Centre (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983) 65-79. [Reprinted in James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium, Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon and David Norris, eds. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986) 193-206.]

—. "Some French Connections" JJQ 25.1 (Fall 1987): 133-43.

—. "Reading Joyce's Notebooks?! Finnegans Wake from Within", ed. Geert Lernout, “Finnegans Wake”: Fifty Years (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990) 7-22.

—. The "Wake" in Transit (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990).

—. "Toward a Postflaubertian Joyce", eds. Claude Jacquet and André Topia, James Joyce 2: 'Scribble' 2: Joyce et Flaubert (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1990) 13-32.

—. "A De-Simplified Heart: Flaubert through a Joycean Optic", eds. Reingard M. Nischik and Barbara Korte, Modes of Narrative (Wurtzburg: Komigshausen & Neumann, 1990) 45-56.

—. "I Think Her Pretty: Reflections of the Familiar in Joyce's Notebook VI.B.5" JSA 1 (1990): 43-60.

—. "Transiting the Wake: A Response to Danis Rose" JJQ 29.2 (Winter 1991): 411-19.

—. "Dreaming up the Wake", ed. John Harty, James Joyce's “Finnegans Wake”: A Casebook (New York and London: Garland, 1991) 13-21.

—. "[Review of] James Joyce: 'Scribble' I: Genèse des textes, edited by Claude Jacquet" JJQ 28.4 (Summer 1991): 998-1000.

—. "Substantial Time: The Temporalities of Mamalujo", ed. Andrew Treip, “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 95-105.

—. "Genetic Criticism and Joyce: An Introduction", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 3-18.

—. "To Make a List: Two Preparatory Puzzles on the Threshold of Book III", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 255-79.

—. "'The Pilsener had the baar': HCE's Sorry Case" Papers on Joyce 1 (1995): 39-51.

—. "Dr. J. Collins Looks at J.J.: The Invention of Shaun", ed. Brandon Kershner, Joyce and Popular Culture (Gainesville: Florida University Press, 1996) 89-101. [Reprinted as "Dr. J. Collins Looks at J. J. The Invention of a Shaun for I.7", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 119-50.]

—. "The Manystorytold of the Wake: How Narrative Was Made to Inform the Non-Narrativity of the Night" JSA 8 (1997): 81-114.

—. "The Graphic Accompaniment: Marginalia in the Manuscripts" Word & Image 13.2 (1997): 172-81.

—. "The Nora Whom Joyce 'Knew' as She Is Revealed by the Manuscript Record" lacanian ink 13 (1998): 26-37.

—. "Epiphanoiding", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 27-41.

—. "Male Maturity or the Public Rise & Private Decline of Hc Earwicker: Chapter II.3", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 250-303.

David Hayman and Sam Slote, eds. Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995).

Robbert-Jan Henkes and Erik Bindervoet, "The Tulsey Town Treasure Trove: Preliminary Report on the Rediscovered Finnegans Wake Proofs" GJS 3 (Spring 2003). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS3/TulsaHenkesBindervoet>.

—. "Finnegans Wake, the Corrected Text" GJS 4 (Spring 2004). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS4/GJS4_RJE_Corrected_Text>.

—. "Oversystematizing the Wake: The Quiz Chapter as the Key to a Potential Schema for Finnegans Wake" GJS 4 (Spring 2004). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS4/GJS4_RJE_Quiz>.

Katrin Van Herbruggen, "Notes toward a Timeline of Work in Progress" GJS 4 (Spring 2004). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS4/GJS4_VanHerbruggen>.

Fred Higginson, "James Joyce's Revisions of Finnegans Wake: A Study of the Published Versions", Ph.D dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1954.

—. "Notes on the Text of Finnegans Wake" Journal of English and Germanic Philology 55 (July 1956): 451-56.

—. "Two Letters from Dame Anna Earwicker" Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 1.2 (1957): 3-14.

—. Anna Livia Plurabelle: The Making of a Chapter (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1960).

—. "The Text of Finnegans Wake", ed. Fritz Senn, New Light on Joyce from the Dublin Symposium (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1972) 120-30.

M. J. C. Hodgart, "Work in Progress" The Cambridge Journal 6.1 (1952): 23-39.

—. " The Earliest Sections of Finnegans Wake" James Joyce Review 1.1 (1957): 3-18.

Claude Jacquet, Joyce et Rabelais (Paris: Didier, 1972).

—. "Bisquebasque: le Basque dans le carnet VI.B.46 et dans Finnegans Wake" Études anglaises 35.3 (July-September 1982): 311-16.

—. "Aspects de la genèse de Finnegans Wake: Anna Livia Plurabelle ou les métamorphoses du texte", ed. Jacquet Claude, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1985) 93-154.

—. "Valises ou chimères: du langage universel dans les manuscrits de Finnegans Wake", eds. Almuth Grésillon and Michael Werner, Leçons d'écriture: Ce que disent les manuscrits: En hommage à Louis Hay (Paris: Lettres Modernes-Minard, 1985) 129-39.

—. ed. Genèse et metamorphoses du texte joycien (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1985).

—. ed. James Joyce 1: 'Scribble' 1: Genèse Des Textes (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1988).

—. "In the buginning is the woid: James Joyce and Genetic Criticism", ed. Geert Lernout, “Finnegans Wake”: Fifty Years (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990) 23-35.

—. "Avant-propos", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 7-10.

Claude Jacquet and Jean-Michel Rabaté, eds. James Joyce 3: 'Scribble' 3: Joyce et l'Italie (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1994).

Claude Jacquet and André Topia, eds. James Joyce 2: 'Scribble' 2: Joyce et Flaubert (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1990).

James Joyce; eds. Vincent Deane, Daniel Ferrer, Geert Lernout; introduction, Vincent Deane; bibliographic description, Luca Crispi, The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.1 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2003).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.3 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2001).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.5 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2004).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.6 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2002).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.10 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2001).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.14 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2002).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.16 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2003).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.25 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2002).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.29 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2001).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.32 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2004).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.33 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, c2001).

—. The "Finnegans Wake" Notebooks at Buffalo. Notebook VI.B.47 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2004).

James Joyce, Vincent Deane, Daniel Ferrer and Geert Lernout, The “Finnegans Wake” Notebooks at Buffalo: A Reader's Guide to the Edition (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2001).

John V. Kelleher, "Identifying the Irish Printed Sources for Finnegans Wake" Irish University Review 1.1 (1971): 161-77.

Suzanne Kim, "Imaginaire de l'espace: Éléments onomastiques et toponymiques", ed. Jacquet Claude, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1985) 37-47.

Carole Brown Knuth, "Brockendootsch and the Case of Ginger" AFWC 2.3 (1987): 49-55.

Leo Knuth, "Dutch Elements in Finnegans Wake pp. 75-78 Compared with Holograph Workbook VI.B.46" AWN 5.2 (April 1968): 19-28.

—. "Some Notes on Malay Elements in Finnegans Wake" AWN 5.4 (1968): 51-63.

—. "Dutch in Finnegans Wake Holograph Workbooks VI.B.22 and VI.B.26" JJQ 7.3 (Spring 1970): 218-28.

—. "Dutch in Finnegans Wake" AWN 8.2 (1971): 24-32.

—. "Dutch in Finnegans Wake" AWN 8.3 (1971): 35-45.

—. "Dutch in Finnegans Wake" AWN 8.4 (1971): 54-62.

—. "Letters to the Editor" JJQ 23.4 (Summer 1985): 511-18.

Yasuo Kumagai, "'Takaoki Katta' (VI.B.12:113)" GJS 2 (Spring 2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/kattaplus/katta/katta.htm>.

Ingeborg Landuyt,"Shaun and His Post: La poste et les moyens de communication in VI.B.16" Papers on Joyce 3 (1997): 21-48.

—. "Tale Told of Shem: Some Elements at the Inception of FW I.7", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 115-34.

—. "'Shaun MacCormack'" GJS 1 ( Spring 2001). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS1/MCCORMACK>.

—. "The Revolution of Language: James Joyce and Cymbeline", ed. Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 71-74.

—. "Cain–Ham–(Shem)–Esau–Jim the Penman: Chapter I.7", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 142-62.

Ingeborg Landuyt and Geert Lernout, "Joyce's Sources: Les grandes fleuves historiques" JSA 6 (1995): 99-137.

Eli Lassmann, "A Source for Joyce's Notes on 'Indian outcasts' for Finnegans Wake II.1" GJS 5 ( Spring 2005). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS5/GJS5Lassman>.

Geert Lernout, "Dutch in Finnegans Wake" JJQ 23.1 (Fall 1985): 45-66.

—. "'God Bless Your Ginger'" AFWC 3.1 (1987): 1-6.

—. "Bulgen Horesies, Wollan Indulgencies and a Flemsh. The Language-Battle in Finnegans Wake" Kruispunt 107 (1987): 60-74.

—. "Singing Walking Gent: Sim Reeves in VI.B.13" AFWC 3.3 (1988): 43-52.

—. "In the Beginning Was Genesis" JJLS 2.2 (1988): 20.

—. "Finnegans Wake: The Limits of Interpretation", eds. Pierre Michel and Eric Lee, Papers: 1987-1988 (Liège: Département d'anglais, 1989) 57-66.

—. ed. “Finnegans Wake”: Fifty Years (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990).

—. "Introduction", ed. Geert Lernout, “Finnegans Wake”: Fifty Years (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990) 1-5.

—. "Woman the Inspirer: Wagner in VI.B.3 and VI.B.35" AFWC 6 (1990-1991): 1-11.

—. "Litters from Aloft" JJLS 5.2 (1991): 3-4.

—. "[Review of] The "Wake" in Transit by David Hayman" JJB (February 1992): 3.

—. "Time and the Wakean Person", ed. Andrew Treip, “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 119-25.

—. "James Joyce and Fritz Mauthner and Samuel Beckett", ed. Friedhelm Rathjen, In Principle, Beckett is Joyce (Edinburgh: Split Pea Press, 1994) 21-27.

—. "Finnegans Wake Notebooks and Radical Philology", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 19-48.

—. "[Review of] Danis Rose, The Textual Diaries of James Joyce" JJLS 9.2 (1995): 6.

—. "Further Notes toward a Reading Proposal: Work in Progress and Finnegans Wake" Papers on Joyce 2 (1996): 35-40.

—. "Finnegans Wake: The Genesis of the Text" Abiko Quarterly with James Joyce Studies 9.17 (Fall 1997): 42-58.

—. "And yes i said yes Fritz but", eds. Ruth Frehner and Ursula Zeller, A Collideorscape of Joyce. Festschrift for Fritz Senn (Dublin: Lilliput, 1998) 294-305.

—. "Beginning Again" JJQ 36.4 (Summer 1999): 984-86.

—. "Richard Wagner's Tristan und Isolde in the Genesis of Finnegans Wake" JJQ 38.1/2 (Fall 2000): 143-56.

—. "Dating the Finnegans Wake Drafts" GJS 2 (Spring 2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS2/GJS2Geert>.

—. "James Joyce: The Odious and Still Today Insufficiently Malestimated Notesnatcher (FW 125.21-2)", eds. Dirk Van Hulle and Wim Van Mierlo, Reading Notes (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2004) 303-25.

—. "The Beginning: Chapter I.1", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 49-65.

Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane, "O'Casey and Blake: Two VI.B.13 Indexes" AFWC 4.2 (1988): 21-31.

Arthur Walton Litz, "The Genesis of Finnegans Wake" Notes and Queries LXLVIII (October 1953): 445-47.

—. "The Evolution of Joyce's Anna Livia Plurabelle" Philological Quarterly 36 (January 1957): 36-48.

—. "The Making of Finnegans Wake", ed. Marvin Magalaner, A James Joyce Miscellany (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1959) 209-23.

—. "Uses of the Finnegans Wake Manuscripts", eds. Jack P. Dalton and Clive Hart, Twelve and a Tilly: Essays on the Occasion on the 25th Anniversary of “Finnegans Wake” (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1966) 99-106.

Ian MacArthur, "A Note on the Dummy" AWN 12.5 (1975): 96-97.

—. "A Textual Study of III.4" AWN 13.1 (1976): 3-8.

—. "A Textual Study of III.3" AWN 13.3 (1976): 43-48.

—. "A Textual Study of III.3" AWN 13.5 (1976): 85-92.

—. "The Self Archetype in FW" AWN 14.1 (1977): 3-5.

—. "Butt and Taff – A Textual Study" AWN 14.1 (1977): 5-8.

—. "The F Sigla" AWN 15.4 (1978): 58.

—. "Mutant Units in the C Notebooks" AFWC 2.4 (1987): 76-77.

Nersessian MacArthur and Danis Rose, "Armenian in FW" AWN 12.3 (1976): 54.

Patrick A. McCarthy, "Attempts at Narration in Finnegans Wake" GJS 5 (Spring 2005). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS5/GJS5McCarthy>.

—. "Making Herself Tidal: Chapter I.8", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 163-80.

Roland McHugh, "A Structural Theory of Finnegans Wake" AWN 5.6 (1968): 83.

—. "The Pelagian Heresy" AWN 7.2 (1970): 28-29.

—. "Chronology of the Buffalo Notebooks" AWN 9.2 (1972): 19-31.

—. "Chronology of the Buffalo Notebooks" AWN 9.3 (1972).

—. The Sigla of “Finnegans Wake” (London: Edward Arnold, 1976).

—. "A Structural Theory of Finnegans Wake Revisited" AWN 13.5 (1976): 94-95.

—. "Eatwords" AWN 14.1 (1977): 9.

—. "[Review of] The Index Manuscript: "Finnegans Wake" Holograph Workbook VI.B.46, by Danis Rose" AWN 15.2 (1978): 35.

—. "Mohammad in Notebook VI.B.31" AWN 16.4 (1979): 51-58.

—. "Semisigns of His Zooteach (IV)" AWN 16.4 (1979): 62.

—. The “Finnegans Wake” Experience (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981).

—. "Angelic Wisdom" AFWC 1.1 (1985): 2-4.

—. "Protevangelium" AFWC 1.1 (1985): 20.

—. "Dean Kinane in VI.B.14" AFWC (1985): 21-33.

—. "Jespersen's Language in Notebooks VI.B.2 and VI.C.2" AFWC 2.4 (1987): 61-71.

—. "Gibbon in VI.A" AFWC 3.4 (1988): 77-78.

Laurent Milesi, "L'idiome babélien de Finnegans Wake: Recherches thématiques dans une perspective génétique", ed. Jacquet Claude, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1985) 155-215.

—. "From the Notebooks to the Text: Discovering New Languages" AFWC 1.4 (Summer 1986): 79-84.

—. "Vico... Jousse. Joyce.. Langue", ed. Claude Jacquet, James Joyce 1: 'Scribble' 1: Genèse des textes (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1988) 143-62.

—. "Towards a Female Grammar of Sexuality: The De/Recomposition of 'Storiella as She Is Syung'" Modern Fiction Studies 35.3 (1989): 569-86.

—. "Metaphors of the Quest in Finnegans Wake", ed. Geert Lernout, “Finnegans Wake”: Fifty Years (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990) 79-107.

—. "La variante joycienne et perecquienne: Etudes contrastives", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jean-Louis Lebrave, L'écriture et ses doubles: Genèse et variation textuelle (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1991) 175-213.

—. "The perversions of 'Aerse' and the Anglo-Irish Middle Voice in Finnegans Wake" JSA 4 (1993): 98-118.

—. "Killing Lewis with Einstein: 'Secting Time' in Finnegans Wake", ed. Andrew Treip, “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 9-20.

—. "Italian Studies in Musical Grammar", eds. Claude Jacquet and Jean-Michel Rabaté, James Joyce 3: 'Scribble' 3: Joyce et l'Italie (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1994) 105-53.

—. "In-Law and Out-Lex: Some Linguistic Aspects of 'Barbarity' and Nationalism in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake" Papers on Joyce 3 (1997): 57-71.

—. "Fumbling for One Continuous Integument: The Poetics of Composition of Work in Progress", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 45-81.

—. "Supplementing Babel: Paget in VI.B.32" GJS 1 (Spring 2001). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS1/Paget>. [Printed in James Joyce: The Study of Languages, Dirk Van Hulle, ed. (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 75-89.]

Ira Nadel, "Finn Redux: A New Source for the Title of Finnegans Wake" JJQ 26.2 (Winter 1989): 279-84.

Margot Norris, The Decentered Universe of “Finnegans Wake” (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976).

Riana O'Dwyer, "Euro Pro Nobis... (FW 228.26)" JJLS 5.2 (1991): 23.

John O'Hanlon, "Moving Statue" AFWC 4 (1989): 73-74.

Charles Peake, "Yet Another Look at the Wake", ed. Claude Jacquet, Genèse et metamorphoses du texte joycien (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1985) 125-44.

Rosella Pezone and Jean-Michel Rabaté, "James Joyce: Notes dactylographiées sur Vico", eds. Claude Jacquet and Jean-Michel Rabaté, James Joyce 3: 'Scribble' 3: Joyce et l'Italie (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1994) 221-24.

Joseph Prescott, "Concerning the Genesis of Finnegans Wake" PMLA 69 (1954): 1300-02.

Jean-Michel Rabaté, "Lapsus ex Machina" Poétique 26 (1976): 152-72. [Revised and reprinted in Joyce Upon the Void, 112-133.]

—. "Pour une cryptogénétique de l'idiolecte joycien", ed. Jacquet Claude, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1985) 49-91. [Revised and reprinted in Joyce Upon the Void, 69-111.]

—. "Joyce, Les lèvres circoncises", eds. Almuth Grésillon and Michael Werner, Leçons d'écriture: Ce que disent les manuscrits: En hommage à Louis Hay (Paris: Lettres Modernes-Minard, 1985) 107-28.

—. "Narratology and the Subject of Finnegans Wake", eds. Morris Beja, Phillip Herring, Maurice Harmon and David Norris, James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986) 137-46.

—. Joyce Upon the Void: The Genesis of Doubt (London: Macmillan, 1991).

—. "Pound, Joyce and Eco: Modernism and the 'Ideal Genetic Reader'" Romanic Review 86.3 (May 1995): 485-500.

—. "Back to Beria! Genetic Joyce and Eco's 'Ideal Readers'", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 65-83.

—. James Joyce and the Politics of Egoism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001).

—. "The Fourfold Root of Yawn's Unreason: Chapter III.3", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 384-409.

Thomas Jackson Rice, James Joyce: A Guide to Research (New York; London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1982).

Danis Rose, "Corrections to Jacquet's Joyce et Rabelais" AWN 13.6 (1976): 106-8.

—. James Joyce's the Index Manuscript: “Finnegans Wake” Holograph Workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: AWN Press, 1978).

—. "Breton in /\a/B" AWN 15.6 (1978): 90-92.

—. "More on 1916" AWN 16.4 (1979): 59.

—. Chapters of Coming Forth by Day (Colchester: AWN Press, 1982).

—. "Kells-Dublin-Rome-Trieste-Zürich-Paris" AFWC 2.1 (1986): 1-13.

—. "Clodd One and Two: Corrigenda and Addenda" AFWC 3.3 (1988): 53-56.

—. "[Review] The Beginning of All Thisorder of Work in Progress" JJQ 28.4 (Summer 1990): 957-65. [Review of Hayman's The "Wake" in Transit.]

—. The Textual Diaries of James Joyce (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1995).

Danis Rose and Vincent Deane, "Clodd in VI.B.49.B" AFWC 3.3 (1988): 57-60.

Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, "Origin of the Handwriting 'B' (Scribal) Notation in Buffalo Notebook VI.A. (Scribbledehobble)" AWN 16.1 (1979): 3-8.

—. "Constructing Finnegans Wake: Three Indexes" AWN 18.1 (1980): 3-15.

—. Understanding “Finnegans Wake”: A Guide to the Narrative of Joyce's Masterpiece (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1982).

—. "Norman Douglas Guess Where" AFWC 1.4 (1986): 85-92.

—. "The Name of the Book" AFWC 4.3 (Spring 1989): 41-50.

—. "A Nice Beginning: On the Ulysses / Finnegans Wake Interface", ed. Geert Lernout, “Finnegans Wake”: Fifty Years (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990) 165-73.

Danis Rose, John O'Hanlon and Vincent Deane, "Moore at the Wake" AFWC 5 (1989-1990): 1-40.

Erika Rosiers and Wim Van Mierlo, "Neutral Auxiliaries & Universal Idioms: Otto Jespersen in Work in Progress", ed. Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 55-70.

Peter du Sautoy, "The Published Text" AWN 4.5 (1967): 98.

Luigi Schenoni, "'Amaro' in Finnegans Wake" AWN 11.4 (1974): 68-70.

Beryl Schlossman, "Tristan and Isolde or the Triangles of Desire: Jealousy, Eroticism and Poetics", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 149-78.

R. J. Schork, "Barnum at the Wake" JJQ 27.4 (Summer 1990): 759-66.

—. 'Lowman Catolick': Irish Roman Catholic Lore in James Joyce's Fiction (Boston: University of Massachusetts, 1992).

—. "By Jingo: Genetic Criticism of Finnegans Wake" JSA 5 (1994): 104-27.

—. Latin and Roman Culture in Joyce (Gainesville: Florida University Press, 1997).

—. "St Kevin's Childhood Miracles: A Late Addition to Finnegans Wake", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 151-62.

—. "The Wake's Hairy Anchorite: st humphrey / onuphrius", eds. Ruth Frehner and Ursula Zeller, A Collideorscape of Joyce. Festschrift for Fritz Senn (Dublin: Lilliput, 1998) 270-77.

—. Greek and Hellenic Culture in Joyce (Gainesville: Florida University Press, 1998).

—. "James Joyce and the Eastern Orthodox Church" Journal of Modern Greek Studies 17 (1999): 107-24.

—. Joyce and Hagiography: Saints Above! (Gainesville: Florida University Press, 2000).

—. "Gibbon in the Wake: A Note on Footnotes" JJQ 39.2 (Winter 2002): 331-36.

—. "Genetic Primer: Chapter I.6", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 124-41.

Norman Silverstein, "Deconstructing the Rabelaisian Element of Finnegans Wake" JJQ 11.4 (Summer 1974): 414-19.

Petr Skrabanek, "St. Patrick's Nightmare Confession" AFWC 1.1 (1985): 5-20.

—. "Notes on '29 Death Words' (499.05f)" AFWC 1.2 (1985): 38-41.

—. "29 Pacifettes (470.36f)" AFWC 1.2 (1985): 33-37.

—. "Notes on Ruthenian in II.3" AFWC 2.2 (1986): 23-28.

—. "Notes on Armenian in Finnegans Wake" AFWC 1.3 (1986): 45-58.

—. "Cushitic Cant: Kant in Afar" AFWC 2.4 (1987): 72-75.

—. "Anna's Ainu" AFWC 3.1 (1987): 7-10.

—. "Cunniform Letters" AFWC 3.4 (1988): 75-76.

—. "Book Review: Scribble" AFWC 4.1 (1988): 19-20.

Sam Slote, "Wilde Thing: Concerning the Eccentricities of a Figure of Decadence in Finnegans Wake", eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995) 101-22.

—. "Swerving Shores, Readings Abeyed" Papers on Joyce 2 (1996): 115-23.

—. "'Every Splurge on the Vellum': The Silence in Progress of Dante, Mallarmé and Joyce", Ph.D dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1997.

—. "'Did God Be Come': The Definitive Exgenesis of HCE", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 103-18.

—. "Imposture Book through the Ages", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 97-114.

—. The Silence in Progress of Dante, Mallarmé and Joyce (New York: Peter Lang, 1999).

—. "Reading Finnegans Wake Genetically" Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies 13 (2000): 203-20.

—. "The Prolific and the Devouring in 'The Ondt and the Gracehoper'" JSA 11 (2000): 49-65.

—. "Sound-Bite against the Restoration" GJS 1 (Spring 2001). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS1/Soundbite>.

—. "A Second Look at The First-Draft Version of "Finnegans Wake"" GJS 2 (Spring 2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS2/GJS2Sam>.

—. "'Odd's without Ends': Raymond Queneau and the Twisted Language of the Wake", ed. Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 23-35.

—. "Prolegomenon to the Development of Wakean Styles: New Acquisitions at the National Library of Ireland" JJQ 42/43.1/4 (Fall 2004/Summer 2006): 21-30.

—. "Blanks for When Words Gone: Chapter II.1", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 181-213.

Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, eds. Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999).

—. "Genitricksling Joyce: An Introduction", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 3-11.

Sean Sweeney, "Re-Publishing James Joyce" TLS 19.2 (1993). [Estate’s position on "Finn's Hotel"]

Ward Swinson, "Macpherson in Finnegans Wake" AWN 4.5 (1972): 89-95.

Donald F. Theall, "Transformations of the Book in Joyce's Dream Vision of Digiculture", ed. Louis Armand, Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004) 28-43.

Francisco García Tortosa, "Tracing the Origins of Spanish in Joyce: A Sourcebook for the Spanish Vocabulary in Buffalo notebook VI.B.23" GJS 4 (Spring 2004). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS4/GJS4_Tortosa>.

Andrew Treip, "Recycled Historians: Michelet on Vico in VI.B.12" AFWC 4.4 (1989): 61-72.

—. ed. “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994).

—. "'As Per Periodicity': Vico, Freud and the Serial Awakening of Book III Chapter 4", ed. Andrew Treip, “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 21-40.

—. "Histories of Sexuality: Vico and Roman Marriage Law in Finnegans Wake", eds. Claude Jacquet and Jean-Michel Rabaté, James Joyce 3: 'Scribble' 3: Joyce et l'Italie (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1994) 179-99.

—. "The Cornell Notes on Vico", eds. Claude Jacquet and Jean-Michel Rabaté, James Joyce 3: 'Scribble' 3: Joyce et l'Italie (Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1994) 217-20.

—. "Lost Histereve: Vichian Soundings and Reverberations in the Genesis of Finnegans Wake II.4" JJQ 32.3/4 (Spring/Summer 1995): 641-56.

—. "The (Ab)use of History. Philosophy of History in the Notebooks and Drafts", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 83-102.

Dirk Van Hulle, "Reveiling the Ouragan of Spaces in Less Than a Schoppinhour", eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 145-58.

—. "Beckett – Mauthner – Zimmer – Joyce" JSA 10 (1999): 143-83.

—. "The Wake's Progress: Towards a Genetic Edition" Text: Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship 13 (2000): 221-32.

—. "'Out of Metaphor': Mauthner, Richards and the Development of Wakese", ed. Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 91-118.

—. ed. James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002).

—. "Economie textuelle: Recyclage chez Proust, Mann et Joyce" Genesis: manuscrits, recherche, invention 18 (2002): 91-104.

—. "Genetic Criticism and Joyce's Red-Backed Notebook: A Letter to the Editor", eds. Plachta Bodo and H. T. M. Van Vliet, Perspectives on Scholarly Editing = Perspektiven Der Textedition (Berlin: Weidler, 2002) 81-95.

—. "Variants: 'Erronymous' Intentions from Joyce to Danielewski" Variants: the journal of the European Society for Textual Scholarship 1 (2002): 123-41.

—. "[Review] Daniel Ferrer & Claude Jacquet (Eds.): Writing its own wrunes for ever: Essais de génétique joycienne: Essays in Joycean Genetics" JJQ 39.1 (Fall 2003): 177-80.

—. "An Electronic Stereopticon: Distribution and Recombination in Joyce's 'Guiltless' Copybook (BL 47471b)", ed. Louis Armand, Joycemedia: James Joyce, Hypermedia & Textual Genetics (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2004) 133-43.

—. "The Inclusion of Paralipomena in Genetic Editions" Jahrbuch Computerphilologie 7 (2005): 141-48.

—. "The Lost Word: Book IV", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 436-61.

—. "Dame Plurabelle: Joyce's Art of Decomposition and Recombination", eds. Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Geert Lernout and John McCourt, Joyce in Trieste: An Album of Risky Readings (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2007) 87-101.

—. Manuscript Genetics, Joyce's Know-How, Beckett's Nohow (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008).

Dirk Van Hulle and Geert Lernout, "Introduction", ed. Dirk Van Hulle, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2002) 15-20.

Wim Van Mierlo, "St Martin of Tours: Two Indexes" AFWC 7 (1991-1992): 29-44.

—. "Traffic in Transit: Some Spatio-Temporal Elements in Finnegans Wake", ed. Andrew Treip, “Finnegans Wake”: 'teems of times' (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994) 107-17.

—. "The Freudful Couchmare Revisited: Contextualizing Joyce and the New Psychology" JSA 8 (1997): 115-53.

—. "Indexing the Buffalo Notebooks: Genetic Criticism and the Construction of Evidence", eds. Daniel Ferrer and Jacquet Claude, Writing its own wrunes for ever: essais de génétique joycienne (Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot, 1998) 169-90.

—. "Finnegans Wake and the Question of Histry!?" eds. Sam Slote and Wim Van Mierlo, Genitricksling Joyce (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999) 43-64.

—. "Shaun the Post: Chapter III.1-2", eds. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2007) 347-83.

—. "James Joyce and Caradoc Evans" GJS 7 (Spring 2007). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS7/GJS7_MierloEvans>.

Wim Van Mierlo and Ingeborg Landuyt, "Catholicism, Nationalism, and Exile: Sheed and Ward’s Irish Way in VI.B.34" GJS 2 (Spring 2002). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS2/GJS2WimInge>.

Thomas A. Vogler, "Wonder Did He Wrote It Himself: Meditations on Editing Finnegans Wake in the 'Gabler Era'" Studies in the Novel 22.2 (Summer 1990): 192-215.

Harriet Shaw Weaver, "First Typescripts of Finnegans Wake" JJB 29 (June 1989).

Stephen B. Weissman, "Seudodanto" AWN 10.6 (1973): 94.

Aida Yared, "Joyce's Sources: Sir Richard F. Burton's Terminal Essay in Finnegans Wake" JSA 11 (2000): 124-66.

—. "Introducing Islam in Finnegans Wake: The Story of Mohammed in VI.B.45" GJS 1 (2001). <http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/articles/GJS1/Holland99 >.