James Joyce
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Curriculum Vitae, Works and References

Positions held:

  • Clifton School, Dalkey, Ireland, teacher, 1904;
  • Berlitz School in Pola, Austria-Hungary (now Yugoslavia), and in Trieste, Austria-Hungary (now Italy), language instructor, 1904-06 and 1907;
  • Private language instructor in Trieste, 1907-1915, and sporadically in Zurich, Switzerland, 1915-19;
  • Scuola Superiore di Commericio Revoltella, Trieste, language instructor, 1913-15 and 1919-20.
Awards and honors:
  • Grants from the Royal Literary Fund, 1915,
  • Grants from the Civil List and the Society of Authors, both 1916.

Novels:

  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (first published serially in Egoist, February 2, 1914-September 1, 1915), B. W. Huebsch, 1916, definitive edition, corrected by Chester G. Anderson, edited by Richard Ellmann, Viking, 1964, reprinted, 1982. Ulysses (some chapters first published serially in Little Review, March, 1918-September/December, 1920, and in Egoist, January/February, 1919-December, 1919), Shakespeare and Company (Paris), 1922, Random House, 1934, reprinted, with a foreword by Morris L. Ernst and the decision of the U.S. District Court rendered by Judge John M. Woolsey, Modern Library, 1942; published as Ulysses: The Corrected Text, edited by Hans Walter Gabler with Wolfhard Steppe and Claus Melchior, Random House, 1986.
  • Finnegans Wake (excerpts first published as fragments of Work in Progress [also see below]; portions also published in journals and anthologies, 1928-38), Viking, 1939, reprinted, 1967, recent edition, 1982. Listen to an MP3 audio excerpt from "Finnegans Wake," read by James Joyce, available on the collection "James Joyce Reads" (HarperAudio).
  • Stephen Hero: A Part of the First Draft of "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," edited with an introduction by Theodore Spencer, New Directions, 1944, revised edition with additional material published as Stephen Hero, edited by John J. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon, 1963.

Short Fiction:

  • Dubliners (short story collection; three stories first published in Irish Homestead, 1904; contains The Sisters, An Encounter [also see below], Araby, Eveline, After the Race, Two Gallants, The Boarding House [also see below], A Little Cloud, Counterparts, Clay, A Painful Case, Ivy Day in the Committee Room, A Mother, Grace, and The Dead [also see below]), Grant Richards, 1914, B. W. Huebsch, 1916, reprinted, edited by Robert Scholes and A. Walton Litz, Viking, 1969, recent edition, 1982.
  • Anna Livia Plurabelle (later published in Finnegans Wake [also see above]), preface by Padraic Colum, Crosby Gaige, 1928 (published in England as Anna Livia Plurabelle: Fragment of "Work in Progress," Faber, 1932); published as Anna Livia Plurabelle: The Making of a Chapter, edited with an introduction by Fred H. Higginson, University of Minnesota Press, 1960.
  • Tales Told of Shem and Shaun: Three Fragments From "Work in Progress" (later published in Finnegans Wake [also see above]; contains The Mookse and the Gripes, The Muddest Thick That Was Ever Heard Dump, and The Ondt and the Gracehoper), Black Sun Press (Paris), 1929.
  • Haveth Childers Everywhere: Fragment of "Work in Progress," Fountain Press, 1930, reprinted, Richard West, 1980.
  • The Mime of Mick, Nick, and the Maggies: A Fragment From "Work in Progress," Servire Press, 1934.
  • Storiella as She Is Syung (fragment of "Work in Progress") Corvinus Press, 1937.
  • The Dead, edited by William T. Moynihan, Allyn & Bacon, 1965.
  • An Encounter, illustrations by Sandra Higashi, Creative Education, 1982.
  • Boarding House, illustrations by Sandra Higashi, Creative Education, 1982.

Poetry:

  • Chamber Music, Elkin Mathews, 1907, authorized edition, B. W. Huebsch, 1918, reprinted, edited with an introduction by William York Tindall, Columbia University Press, 1954, recent edition, Hippocrene Books, 1982 (also see below).
  • Pomes Penyeach, Shakespeare and Company, 1927, Walton Press, 1971, recent edition, Bern Porter, 1986 (also see below).
  • Collected Poems of James Joyce (contains Chamber Music, Pomes Penyeach, and Ecce Puer ), Black Sun Press (New York), 1936; published as Collected Poems, Viking, 1937, reprinted, 1974, recent edition, Penguin Books, 1986.
  • The Holy Office, c. 1904. From Irish Times:

    Joyce's rhyme and reasons under the hammer
    December 10, 2010.

    A COPY OF the earliest surviving published work by James Joyce is to be sold at auction in Dublin next week. The single sheet of paper, measuring about 11 by 8 inches, is typed with the poem The Holy Office and has a pre-sale estimate of €15,000 to €20,000.

    Rare books auctioneer Mealy’s says the 96-line poem is “the earliest publication by Joyce of which we have definite evidence” and “the rarest by far of all Joyce’s publications”.

    A spokesman said “no more than three or four copies are known to survive”. The poem was probably printed in Pola (a town now known as Pula in Croatia), the Austro-Hungarian imperial naval base on the Adriatic’s Istria peninsula where Joyce briefly lived from November 1904 to March 1905.

    In printing jargon the document is known as a “broadside” – a large sheet of paper printed on one side only.

    The satirical poem was written in 1904, shortly before Joyce left Ireland, and is regarded as an attack on the cultural establishment in Dublin of that era. It suggests that he considered his role as a writer to be a sort of “vicar-general” and that he would use his “holy office” to purge the failings of a “clique” of writers and artists whom he despised.

    The copy being sold is from the estate of Thomas Keohler a close friend of Joyce, who lived in Rathmines, wrote poetry and worked for the printing firm Hely’s. Two letters written by Joyce to Keohler from Paris in 1937 are also being sold (estimate €6,000-€9,000). Mealy’s said “letters from James Joyce are extremely rare as the vast majority are now in public collections”.

    The items are included in a sale of rare books, periodicals, maps and manuscripts to be held at the Berkeley Hotel in Dublin next Tuesday, December 14th. The sale also features first editions of Ulysses and Dubliners and an “extremely scarce” recording, on a 12-inch Bakelite record, of Joyce reading from Finnegans Wake .

    In one of his letters to Keohler, Joyce wrote about the experience and recalled the record had been “made under very unfavourable circumstances, the BBC officials having made no preparation in the studio, never having heard of me, of course, and regarding it as a family record”. The record has an estimate of €2,500 to €3,500.

    Source: http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/1211/1224285301476.html

Critical writings:

  • Ibsen's New Drama, published in Fortnightly Review, April, 1900.
  • (With F. J. C. Skeffington) The Day of the Rabblement [and] A Forgotten Aspect of the University Question (the former by Joyce, the latter by Skeffington), Gerrard Brothers (Dublin), 1901, Folcroft, 1970.
  • The Early Joyce: The Book Reviews, 1902-1903, edited with an introduction by Stanislaus Joyce and Ellsworth Mason, Mamalujo Press, 1955, reprinted, Richard West, 1978.
  • The Critical Writings of James Joyce, edited by Ellsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann, Viking, 1959, reprinted, Cornell University Press, 1989.

Correspondence:

  • Letters of James Joyce (includes The Cat and the Devil [also see below]), Viking, Volume I, edited by Stuart Gilbert, 1957, reissued with corrections, 1966, Volumes II and III, edited by Richard Ellmann, 1966.
  • The Cat and the Devil, illustrations by Richard Erdoes, Dodd, 1964, recent edition, with illustrations by Blachon, Schocken, 1981.
  • Selected Letters of James Joyce, edited by Richard Ellmann, Viking, 1975.
  • James Joyce's Letters to Sylvia Beach, 1921-1940, edited by Melissa Banta and Oscar A. Silverman, Indiana University Press, 1987.

Other:

  • Exiles (three-act play; German language version first produced in Munich, August 7, 1919; English language version first produced in New York at Neighborhood Playhouse, February 19, 1925), B. W. Huebsch, 1918, reprinted, with the author's own notes and an introduction by Padraic Colum, Viking, 1951, revised edition, 1965.
  • Epiphanies, introduction and notes by O. A. Silverman, Lockwood Memorial Library, 1956, reprinted, Richard West, 1979.
  • Scribbledehobble: The Ur-workbook for "Finnegans Wake," edited with an introduction by Thomas E. Connolly, Northwestern University Press, 1961.
  • A First-Draft Version of "Finnegans Wake," edited by David Hayman, University of Texas Press, 1963.
  • The Workshop of Daedalus: James Joyce and the Raw Materials for "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," collected and edited by Robert Scholes and Richard M. Kain, Northwestern University Press, 1965.
  • A Shorter "Finnegans Wake," edited by Anthony Burgess, Viking, 1967.
  • Giacomo Joyce (memoir), introduction and notes by Richard Ellmann, Viking, 1968.
  • Joyce's "Ulysses" Notesheets in the British Museum, edited by Phillip F. Herring, University Press of Virginia, 1972.
  • Ulysses: The Manuscript and First Printings Compared [and] Ulysses: A Facsimile of the Manuscript, introduction by Harry Levin, annotations and bibliographical preface by Clive Driver, Octagon Books, 1975.
  • James Joyce in Padua, edited, translated, and with an introduction by Louis Berrone, Random House, 1977.
  • Joyce's Notes and Early Drafts for "Ulysses": Selections From the Buffalo Collection, edited by Phillip F. Herring, University Press of Virginia, 1977.
  • The James Joyce Archive (facsimiles of surviving manuscripts), sixty-three volumes, edited by Michael Groden, Hans Walter Gabler, David Hayman, A. Walton Litz, and Danis Rose, Garland Publishing, 1977-79.
  • MEDIA ADAPTATIONS: Finnegans Wake was filmed by Expanding Cinema, 1965; A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man was filmed by Ulysses/Howard Mahler, 1979; "The Dead" was filmed by Vestron Pictures, 1987.
  • Pola Notebook (1904)
  • Trieste Notebook (1907-9)

FURTHER READINGS ON JAMES JOYCE

Books:

  • Anderson, Chester G., editor, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: Text and Criticism, Penguin, 1977.
  • Anderson, James Joyce and His World, Thames & Hudson, 1968.
  • Attridge, Derek, Post-Structuralist Joyce, Cambridge University Press, 1984.
  • Beja, Morris, and Shari Benstock, Coping with Joyce: Essays from the Copenhagen Symposium, Ohio State University Press, 1989.
  • Beja and others, James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium, University of Illinois Press, 1986.
  • Benstock, Bernard, editor, Critical Essays on James Joyce, G. K. Hall, 1985.
  • Benstock, James Joyce, Frederick Ungar, 1985.
  • Benstock, Shari, and B. Benstock, Who's He When He's At Home: A James Joyce Directory, University of Illinois Press, 1980.
  • Bowen, Zack, and James F. Carens, A Companion to Joyce Studies, Greenwood Press, 1984.
  • Budgen, Frank, James Joyce and the Making of "Ulysses," University of Indiana Press, 1960.
  • Campbell, Joseph and Henry Morton Robinson, A Skeleton Key to "Finnegans Wake," Viking, 1961.
  • Concise Dictionary of British Literary Biography, Volume 6: Modern Writers, 1914-1945, Gale, 1991.
  • Connolly, Thomas E., editor, Joyce's Portrait: Criticisms and Critiques, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1962.
  • Curran, Constantine, James Joyce Remembered, Oxford University Press, 1968.
  • Deming, Robert H., A Bibliography of James Joyce Studies, G. K. Hall, 1977.
  • Dictionary of Literary Biography, Gale, Volume 10: Modern British Dramatists, 1940-1945, 1982, Volume 19: British Poets, 1840-1914, 1983, Volume 36: British Novelists, 1890-1929: Modernists, 1985.
  • Dunleavy, Janet E, and others, editors, Joycean Occasions: Essays from the Milwaukee James Joyce Conference, University of Delaware Press, 1991.
  • Ellmann, Richard, James Joyce, Oxford University Press, 1959, revised edition, 1982.
  • Ellmann, The Consciousness of James Joyce, Oxford University Press, 1977.
  • Gilbert, Stuart, James Joyce's "Ulysses," Random House, 1952.
  • Goldman, Arnold, The Joyce Paradox, Northwestern University Press, 1968.
  • Gottfried, Roy K., The Art of Joyce's Syntax in Ulysses, University of Georgia Press, 1980.
  • Hart, Clive, Structure and Motif in Finnegans Wake, Northwestern University Press, 1963.
  • Hayman, David, "Ulysses": The Mechanics of Meaning, Prentice-Hall, 1970, revised, 1982.
  • Herr, Cheryl, Joyce's Anatomy of Culture, University of Illinois Press, 1987.
  • Joyce, Stanislaus, My Brother's Keeper, Faber, 1958.
  • Kenner, Hugh, Dublin's Joyce, Chatto & Windus, 1955.
  • Kenner, Ulysses, Allen & Unwin, 1980.
  • Lawrence, Karen, The Odyssey of Style in Ulysses, Princeton University Press, 1981.
  • Litz, A. Walton, James Joyce, Twayne, 1966.
  • Maddox, Brenda, Nora, a Biography of Nora Joyce, Hamish Hamilton, 1988.
  • Magalaner, Marvin, Time of Apprenticeship: The Fiction of Young James Joyce, Abelard-Schuman, 1959.
  • McCarthy, Patrick A., The Riddles of Finnegans Wake, Associated University Press, 1980.
  • McGee, Patrick, Paperspace: Style as Ideology in Joyce's Ulysses, University of Nebraska Press, 1988.
  • McHugh, Roland, Annotations to Finnegans Wake, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1980.
  • Morris, William E. and Clifford A. Nault, Jr., editors, Portraits of an Artist: A Casebook on James Joyce's "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," Odyssey Press, 1962.
  • Rice, Thomas Jackson, James Joyce: A Guide to Research, Garland, 1982.
  • Riquelme, John Paul, Teller and Tale in Joyce's Fiction, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1983.
  • Rose, Danis, and John O'Hanlon, Understanding Finnegans Wake, Garland, 1982.
  • Scholes, Robert and Richard M. Kain, The Workshop of Daedalus, Northwestern University Press, 1965.
  • Scott, Bonnie Kime, editor, New Alliances in Joyce Studies, University of Delaware Press, 1988.
  • Scott, Joyce and Feminism, Indiana University Press, 1984.
  • Short Story Criticism, Volume 3, Gale, 1989.
  • Staley, Thomas F. and Bernard Benstock, editors, Approaches to Joyce's Portrait, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1976.
  • Staley, An Annotated Critical Bibliography of James Joyce, St. Martin's Press, 1989.
  • Thomas, Brook, James Joyce's Ulysses: A Book of Many Happy Returns, Louisiana State University Press, 1982.
  • Tindall, William York, A Reader's Guide to "Finnegans Wake," Farrar, Straus, 1959.
  • Tindall, A Reader's Guide to James Joyce, Noonday Press, 1959.
  • Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, Gale, Volume 3, 1980, Volume 8, 1982, Volume 16, 1985, Volume 26, 1988, Volume 16, 1985, Volume 35, 1990, Volume 52, 1994.
  • van Caspel, Paul, Bloomers on the Liffey, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.
  • World Literature Criticism, Gale, 1992.

Periodicals:

  • Accent, winter, 1952.
  • Atlantic Monthly, March, 1958.
  • Chicago Tribune, June 18, 1989.
  • International Fiction Review, No. 1, 1991, pp. 1-14.
  • James Joyce Quarterly.
  • Los Angeles Times Book Review, July 20, 1986.
  • Modern Fiction Studies, spring, 1969, pp. 105-82.
  • New Republic, February 17, 1982.
  • New York Times Book Review, December 31, 1944.
  • Partisan Review, summer, 1939.
  • Poetry, July, 1930.
  • Times Literary Supplement, February 10, 1984.

Source:

  • Various web sites
  • Sound clip (Finnegans Wake) - http://www.salon.com/audio/2000/10/05/joyce1/index.html

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