The James Joyce Italian Foundation

Dipartimento di di Lingue Letterature e Culture Straniere – Università Roma Tre

6. Classic Joyce

edited by Franca Ruggieri – Bulzoni, Roma 1999

Classic Joyce

CONTENTS

p. 7 – Foreword by Franca Ruggieri

1. From the plenary sessions

p. 13 – Joyce’s Lesson – Agostino Lombardo

p. 25 – Mutations of Homer – Hugh Kenner

p. 33 – Ulysses in Another World – Piero Boitani

p. 53 – Joyce’s Ellmann, Ellmann’s Joyce – Declan Kiberd

p. 69 – Symphoric Joyce – Fritz Senn

p. 89 – A Tribute to Joyce – Luciano Berio

2. Classic Joyce in Rome and Italy

p. 95 – La Roma di Joyce: il signor Giuseppe Pace – Carlo Bigazzi

p. 105 – Joyce’s Mythos of Mithras: the “other” Ancient Roman Religion in “Telemachus” – William Hutchins

p. 113 – Romulus and Remus on the Strand – Matthew R. Kratter

p. 125 – Joyce: the Liberator – Carla Marengo Vaglio

p. 147 – Classic Joyce in Via di Monte Brianzo – Giorgio Melchiori

p. 161 – “La sforza di Dio”: Luperca and the Lupercalia in Finnegans Wake – Caterina Ricciardi

p. 177 – Classic Metamorphoses and Modern Changes: Actaeon and the Artist – Franca Ruggieri

p. 195 – Pope Peter in Rome – Robert J. Schork

p. 203 – Revisiting Classics of Joyceans Criticism: E. Montale – Laura Visconti

3. Classic Joyce: Homer to Dante

p. 213 – Dante…Beckett…Joyce: the Irish Vanguard against the Imperialism of English – Ann Banfield

p. 229 – Contemporary Feminist Readings of Homer’s Penelope – Lillian Eileen Doherty

p. 245 – Ulysses: Homer to Aristotle – John Harty III

p. 255 – Joyce’s Use of Latin at the Outset of “Oxen” – Gregory Downing

p. 267 – Traces of Homer: between Sources and Models in Joyce’s “Aeolus” and “Sirens” – Bettina Klein

p. 279 – On first looking into Homer: Lamb’s Ulysses and Joyce’s – Bjorn Tysdahl

4. The Jamesy Session: Giacomo Joyce

p. 293 – “Nookshotten”: the Text known as Giacomo Joyce – Paola Pugliatti

p. 303 – “The proteiform graph itself is a polyhedron of scripture” – Enrico Frattaroli

p. 319 – Giacomo Joyce: Hypertext and Wisdom Literature – Giuseppe Martella

p. 339 – “everintermutuomergent”: the “cobweb” (handwriting” of Giacomo Joyce – Donatella Pallotti

5. Loci Memoriae

p. 355 – Loci Memoriae: Joyce and the Art f Memory – Daniel Ferrer

p. 361 – Disposition and Pre-disposition: the Ar of Involuntary Memory in Dubliners – Carle Bonafous-Murat

p. 373 – Memory and the Narrative Deadlock in Dubliners – Benoit Tadié

p. 381 – Hamlet, a locus memoriae for Stephen in Ulysses? – Francois Laroque

p. 387 – Compartments and Series: the space of memory in “Evelyn” and “Ithaca” – André Topia

6. Memories and Translations

p. 401 – Joyce and Harte: their Gabriel Conroys – Cristiana Giorcelli

p. 417 – Joyce on the Turrace of Babbel – Rosa Maria Bollettieri Bosinelli

 
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