350:699 James Joyce and Modernism (Advanced Readings)
Wednesdays, 5:30-8:10pm
Rutgers University - Newark, Spring 2012
Prof. Heyward Ehrlich

Email: ehrlich @ rutgers . edu
This site: andromeda.rutgers.edu/~ehrlich/669/ (Shortcut: bit.ly/heyward)
3 April 2012


Pages: Class Texts | Syllabus | Intros | Dana Ref/Res | Modernism || Handouts: Dubliners Timeline | Worksheets: Jan25 | Feb1 | Feb8 | | Bibliographies || E-texts: Minor works | Two poems || Links: English money guide | Web sites ||


Required Texts: [ Top ]
Dubliners, ed. Margot Norris (Norton Critical Edition) ISBN 0-393-97851-6
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, ed. J, P. Ricquelme (Norton Critical) ISBN 978-0-393-92679-8
Ulysses, ed.Hans Walter Gabler (Vintage) ISBN 0-394-74312-1
Morris Beja, James Joyce: A Literary Life (Ohio State) ISBN 0-8142-0599-2
Books available from Rutgers Bookstore, [WARNING! THE "TEXT-ENHANCE" LINKS ON THIS PAGE ARE INTRUSIVE AND NOT AUTHORIZED -- DO NOT CLICK ON THEM] NJ Books, Amazon, Alibris, others



Syllabus: (for details, see weekly handouts) [ Top ]

January 18 Introduction Joyce's works, life, and times; Irish literature; modernism
January 25 Dubliners I Two Sisters, An Encounter, Araby, Eveline, After the Race
February 1 Dubliners II Two Gallants, Boarding House, Little Cloud, Counterparts, Clay:
February 8 Dubliners III Painful Case, Ivy Day, A Mother, Grace, The Dead
February 15 Portrait of the Artist Chapters I, II, and III
February 22 Portrait of the Artist Chapters IV and IV
February 29 Ulysses, Ch 1-3 Telemachus, Nestor, Proteus
March 7 Ulysses, Ch. 4-6 Calypso, Lotus-Eaters, Hades
March 14 Spring break   -
March 21 Ulysses, Ch.7-9 Aeolus, Lestrygonians, Scylla and Charybdis
March 28 Ulysses, Ch, 10-12 Wandering Rocks, Sirens, Cyclops
April 4 Ulysses, Ch,13-15 Nausicaa, Oxen of the Sun, Circe - short proposals
April 11 Ulysses, Ch. 16-18 Eumeus, Ithaca, Penelope -- Bibliographical essay (4/9)
April 18 Ulysses review - I Final proposal (4/16)
April 25 Ulysses review -- II  
May 2 Term papers/projects  





Introduction and General Reference [ Top ]
  • Attridge, Derek, ed. Cambridge Companion to James Joyce (1990, rev 2004). Recent criticism.
  • Bowen, Zack. Ulysses as a Comic Novel (Syracuse, 1989)
  • Bloom, Harold. ed. James Joyce (Chlesea House, 1986.)
  • Chace. William M., ed. Cheng, Vincent. Joyce, Race, and Empire (Cambridge, 1995)
  • Ellmann, Richard, James Joyce (1959, rev. 1982) Standard biography, encyclopedic.
  • Ellmann, Richard, ed. Selected Letters, (1966)
  • Gillespie, Michael and A. Nicholas Fargnoli, A Critical Companion to James Joyce (2004)
  • Gillespie, Michael and A. Nicholas Fargnoli, James Joyce: A to Z (Bloomsbury, 1995)
  • Kiberd, Declan, Inventing Ireland: The Literature of the Modern Nation London: 1996)
  • Levin. Harry, ed. Viking Portable Joyce (1947). Includes Exiles, Chamber Music, and poems
  • OBrien, Edna, James Joyce (Penguin, 1999)
  • Reynolds, Mary, ed. James Joyce: A Collection of Critical Essays (Prenice-Hall, 1993)
  • Tindall, William York, A Reader's Guide to James Joyce (1959). Introductory.
  • Tymoczko., Maria, The Irish Ulysses (California, 1994) (also online)

    Online:
  • IJJF: International James Joyce Foundation: https://joycefoundation.osu.edu/resource-center/. Timeline, bibliographies, criticism. | Works by Joyce: https://joycefoundation.osu.edu/resource-center/bibliography-by-james-joyce | Works on Joyce: https://joycefoundation.osu.edu/resource-center/bibliography-on
  • Michael Groden: Joyce in Cyberspace (1997): http://publish.uwo.ca/Web bibliography for JJQ | Joyce seminar
  • The Brazen Head: http://www.themodernword.com/joyce/index.html A lively site, led by Allen B. Ruch, "The Quail."
  • John Rickard: http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/rickard/Joyce.htmlJoyce seminar | Joyce resources
  • Jorn Barger (2004): http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/ Much detail.
  • Joyce E-texts: | http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/search?amode=start&author=Joyce%2c%20James%2c%201882-1941 | About Joyce: http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/browse?type=lcsubc&key=Joyce%2c%20James%2c%201882-1941
  • Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Joyce |Wikisource e-texts: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Author:James_Joyce

    Tools and Research News

  • Irish Times: http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2011/1231/1224309673276.html EU copyright ends
  • American University (D.C) Intellectual Property Brief: http://www.ipbrief.net/2012/01/05/joyce-copyright-expires-ending-grandson%E2%80%99s-reign-of-terror/ Joyce Copyright Expires, Ending Grandson’s Reign of Terror" | See also https://joycefoundation.osu.edu/joyce-copyright
  • Wordpress blog: http://jjqblog.wordpress.com/ Notices and news of interest, including 2012 changes in copyright
  • Joyce Online Notes: http://www.jjon.org/ A new "forum for the publication of documentary evidence"
  • James Joyce Checklist: http://research.hrc.utexas.edu/jamesjoycechecklist/index.cfm An online bIbliography
  • Joyce Calendar: http://ibsinger.hrc.utexas.edu/JamesJoyceChecklist/The%20Joyce%20Calendar.pdf#toolbar=1&navpanes=0&scrollbar=1&view=fit A list of published and unpublished correspondence
  • . Times Topics: Items from the N. Y.Times archives plus Navigator for selected books, articles, and Web sites. FWEET Home: http://www.fweet.org/ FWEET: Finnegans Wake Extensible Elucidation Treasury claims 82,092 notes






    MODERNISM[ Top ]

    Modern art: 1890-1935: 19th century Neo-Impressionism and Japanese Prints influenced Fauvism (Paris. 1905), which led to Abstract Impressionism (Munich, 1911). Neo-Impressionism also influenced Futurism (Milan, 1910), leading to Abstract Dada (Zurich, 1916) and then Abstract Surrealism (Paris, 1924) and finally Non-Geometric Abstract Art -- meanwhile Cubism (1906) and Neo-Impressionism influenced both Fauvism and Cubism, leading by steps to Geometric Abstract Art. Note (in boxes) Japanese Prints, Near Eastern Art, Negro Sculpture, Machine Esthetic, and Modern Architecture. Joyce lived in Trieste (1904-14), Zurich (1914-20), and Paris (1920-41)


    Modernism: background readings:
    Wilson, Edmund. Axel's Castle (Scribner, 1931)
    Ellmann, Richard et al, eds, The Modern Tradition (Oxford, 1965) . An anthology.
    Kenner, Hugh. The Pound Era (Berkeley, 1971)
    Bradbury, Malcolm et al, eds. Modernism (Penguin, 1976)
    Levenson, Michael, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Modernism (1999). Bibliography.
    Childs, Peter, Modernism, (Routledge, 2nd ed. 2008)
    Gay, Peter. Modernism: the Lure of Heresy (Norton, 2008).
    Modernism: web sites
  • Fine images: MOMA (NY)Tate (London)
  • http://modernism.research.yale.edu/ Modernism Lab (Yale). Collaborative online project of 80 students at Yale and other universities stemming from Pericles Lewis's Modern British Literature course (2005). See also Joyce introduction | essays | and
  • http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/10415a.htm Catholic encyclopedia The Answer Bank (UK)
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_art Wikipedia |



  • Dana Library: Reference and Reserve (350:699 [ Top ]

    Biography
    Beja,  Morris PR 6019.O9.O9 Z525687 (RESERVE)
    Ellmann, Richard,. ed Selected Letters  PR 6019.O9.O9Z52 (1975 (RESERVE)
    Ellmann, Richard. James Joyce (1959, rev. 1982) PR 6019.O9 Z5332 (RESERVE)
    Maddox. Brenda. Nora: A Biography of Nora Joyce (1988)
    Shloss, Carol, To Dance at the Wake (Lucia Joyce)

    Introductions::
    Levin, Harry. James Joyce (1941); also Viking Portable Joyce (1946)
    Tindall, William York, A Reader's Guide to James Joyce (1959)  

    Privileged Commentaries:
    Budgen. Frank. James Joyce and the Making of "Ulysses."1934, PR 6019.O9 U63 (1960 (RESERVE)
    Gilbert, Stuart. James Joyce's "Ulysses." 1930, rev. 1952. PR 6019.O9 U65 (RESERVE

    Guides to Research and Handbooks:
    Bowen, Zack and  Carens
    , eds. Companion to Joyce Studies (1984)  PR 6019.O9.O9Z52917 (REF)
    Fargnoli in Anglo-Irish Literature (pp.366-435) PR 8712.A5 1976 (REFERENCE)
    Fargnoli, Nicholas and Mike Gillespie, Joyce from A-Z  PR 6019.O9.O9 Z 533376 (REFERENCE)
    Fargnoli, Nicholas James Joyce: A Literary Reference (DLB #274) PR 6019.O9.O9 Z633567 (REF)
    Rice, Thomas Jackson. James Joyce: A Guide to Research (1982) (REFERENCE)
    Staley, Thomas. An Annotated  Bibliography of James Joyce (1989) (REFERENCE)

    Collections of Criticism
    Bloom, Harold, ed.[Chelsea House] Joyce. (REFERENCE)
    Deming, Robert. ed. James Joyce: the Critical Heritage (2 vols,. 1970) (REFERENCE)
    Donleavy, Janet Egleson , ed. Reviewing Classics of Joyce Criticism (llinois, 1991)
    Givens, Seon, ed. James Joyce: Two Decades of Criticism (1948)  
    Reynolds, Mary T. James Joyce: A Collection of Critical Essays (Prentice-Hall, 1993)

    Dubliners and Portrait
    Gifford, Don. Notes for Joyce (on Dubliners and Portrait)
    Jackson, John Wyse and Bernard McGinley, James Joyce's Dubliners: An Illustrated Edition (1993)
    Kenner, Hugh Joyce's Voices
     
    Ulysses
    Attridge, Derek, ed. Companion to James Joyce's Ulysses (1990) PR 6019.O9.O9 Z52637 (RESERVE)
    Benstock, Bernard, et al Who's He When He's at Home:(REFERECE)
    Blamires, Harry, The Bloomsday Book [Ulysses] (rev. 1996,) (REFERENCE)
    Ellmann, Richard. Ulysses on theLiffey PR 6019.O9 U54 1972a (RESERVE)
    Gifford, Don et al, "Ulysses" Annotated. 1974, rev. 1988 PR 6019.O9 U647 (REFERENCE)
    Kenner Dublin's Joyce PR 6019.O9 .O9 Z6723 (RESERVE)
    Thornton, Wendell. Allusions in Ulysses PR 6019.O9.O9 U49 (REFERENCE)
    Hart, Clive and David Hayman, eds. James Joyce's "Ulysses. PR 6019.O9.O9 U6542 (RESERVE)
    Bloom, Harold, ed.[Chelsea House] Ulysses.
    Norris, Margot, ed [Bedford Companion to James Joyce's Ulysses(1998)