The Art of James Joyce: Method and Design in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake

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ABBREVIATIONS

PAGE references for Ulysses and Finnegans Wake are inserted directly in the text, preceded by 'U' or 'FW'. I have used the Modern Library ( Random House) text of Ulysses, and all quotations have been checked against the authoritative Odyssey Press edition (Third Impression, Hamburg, 1935). A table for converting the pagination of the Random House Ulysses into that of the English edition ( John Lane, The Bodley Head) is provided at the end of the notes for Section I. In referring to Finnegans Wake I have often given both page and line numbers, separating the two by a stroke. The English and American editions of the Wake have the same pagination.

In referring to the episodes of Ulysses I have used the Homeric titles which Joyce assigned them.

1. Telemachus 10. Wandering Rocks
2. Nestor 11. Sirens
3. Proteus 12. Cyclops
4. Calypso 13. Nausicaa
5. Lotus-eaters 14. Oxen of the Sun
6. Hades 15. Circe
7. Aeolus 16. Eumaeus
8. Lestrygonians 17. Ithaca
9. Scylla & Charybdis 18. Penelope

Other abbreviations for works frequently cited are:

Budgen Frank Budgen, James Joyce and the Making of 'Ulysses', London, 1934.
Ellmann Richard Ellmann, James Joyce, New York, 1959.
Gorman Herbert Gorman, James Joyce, New Edn., New York, 1948.
Letters Letters of James Joyce, ed. Stuart Gilbert, New York, 1957.
Slocum John J. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce, 1882-1941, New Haven, 1953.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Contents xi
  • I- The Design of Ulysses 1
  • Notes for Section I 40
  • II- New Bearings 44
  • III- Work in Progress 76
  • Notes for Section III 115
  • IV- The Whole Journey 121
  • Notes for Section IV 127
  • Appendix A- Manuscripts Consulted 129
  • Appendix B- Early Vestiges of Ulysses 132
  • Notes for Appendix B 140
  • Appendix C- A Chronology of Joyce''s Work in Progress, 1914-1939 142
  • Index 151
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