The James Joyce Italian Foundation

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

1. Joyce in Rome. The Genesis of Ulysses

edited by Giorgio Melchiori – Bulzoni, Roma 1984

Joyce in Rome

CONTENTS

p. 7 – Abbreviations and Bibliographical References

p. 9 – Introduction

p. 14 – Joyce in Rome: Chronology

p. 23 – Part One: Signor Joyce e Mr. Brown

p. 24 – 1. Bank Clerk in Rome (by Franco Onorati)

p. 32 – 2. In search of Paul Bompard: an interview (by Carla De Petris and Paola Bompard)

p. 37 – 3. The Genesis of Ulysses (by Giorgio Melchiori)

p. 51 – Part Two: The Shade of Shelley

p. 52 – 4. Joyce and the Italian Press (by Carlo Bigazzi)

p. 67 – 5. Rome and “The Dead” (by Franca Ruggieri)

p. 73 – 6. Exiles and Emigrants (by Carla De Petris)

p. 97 – Part Three: An Ideological Stance

p. 98 – 7. Anarch, Heresiarch, Egoarch (by Dominic Manganiello)

p. 116 – 8. The Citizen in Ulysses: a note (by Joan Fitz Gerald)

p. 120 – 9. The Politics in Finnegans Wake (by Diarmuid Maguire)

Conclusions

p. 130 – 10. Fiction as History – History as Fiction (by Seamus Deane)

Appendix

p. 146 – The Importance of Being Nobody – Joyce in Rome (from James Joyce Broadsheet)

p. 149 – Joyce in Rome: a photographic exhibition

p. 150 – Joyce and Contemporary Italian Culture. A Seminar, Rome, 3-5 November 1982

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