James Joyce: A Guide to Research, first published in 1982, is a selective annotated bibliography of works by and about James Joyce. It consists of three parts: the primary bibliography – which includes separate bibliographies of Joyce’s major works, of scholarly editions or collections of his works of his letters, and of concordances to his works; the secondary bibliography – which includes bibliographies of bibliographical, biographical, and critical works concerning Joyce generally or his individual works; and major foreign-language studies. This title will be of interest to students of literature.
Table of Contents
Preface; Table of Periodical Abbreviations; Introduction; Part 1: Primary Bibliography; 1 . Major Works 2. Collected and Selected Works 3. Letters 4. Concordances; Part 2: Secondary Bibliography; 5. Bibliographies 6. Biographies, Memoirs, Reminiscences, Interviews 7. Book-Length Critical Studies and Essay Collections 8. General Critical Articles or Chapters 9. Studies of ‘Dubliners’ 10. Studies of ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ 11. Studies of ‘Exiles’ 12. Studies of ‘Ulysses’ 13. Studies of ‘Finnegans Wake’ 14. Studies of Joyce’s Miscellaneous Writings; Part 3: Major Foreign-Language Studies; 15. Bibliographies 16. Biographies, Memoirs, Reminiscences, Interviews 17. Book-Length Critical Studies and Essay Collections 18. General Critical Articles and Chapters 19. Studies of ‘Dubliners’ 20. Studies of ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ 21. Studies of ‘Exiles’ 22. Studies of ‘Ulysses’ 23. Studies of ‘Finnegans Wake’ 24. Studies of Joyce’s Miscellaneous Writings; Appendix: Study Guides; Indexes
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