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The James Joyce Reading Circle
The James Joyce Reading Circle Usage by Nation, Mar 2022
What Did You Read at the James Joyce Reading Circle (JJRC) during Apr 2022? What Might You Read in MAY?
The Flannery O’Corner
Flannery O’Connor, ” The King of the Birds,” and Easter Week
Miss Flannery, Driving
Flannery, Fascism, Failings, and Flailings
The Violent Bear It Away: Razor Wire across a Plowed Plot
Aquinas, Gilson, and The Hillbilly Bulldog of Milledgeville
Jacques Maritain: Flannery’s Go-To Thomist
A Review of Miss Lonelyhearts: An unlikely comparison of the writings of Nathanael West and Flannery O’Connor
Like The Conservation of Energy, Enmity Can neither Be Created nor Destroyed
A Bone or Two to Gnaw on Flannery Friday, November 19, 2021
The Judgement of Geraniums: Shared Identities and Inspirations in Flannery O’Connor
A Cheery “Millgrimage” to Flannery O’Connor’s Environs in Milledgeville
A “Millgrimage” to Milledgeville” : Honoring Edward O’Connor on Veteran’s Day
A “Millgrimage” to Milledgeville: Planning and Provisioning the Trip
A “Millgrimage” to Milledgeville: A Classroom of Flannery with Dr. Marshall Bruce Gentry at GCSU
A “Millgrimage” to Milledgeville: Special Collections- September 28, 2021
A Millgrimage to Milledgeville: A Groundbreaking at Flannery O’Connor’s Andalusia, September 29, 2021
A “Millgrimage” to Milledgeville: On Andalusia’s Hallowed Ground, 29 September 2021
James Joyce’s Modernism
James Joyce’s Modernism: The Rise of Uncertainty in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
The Rise of Modernism: The Gnomon of Joyce’s Dubliners
Joyce’s Modernism: Joyce, Einstein, and Picasso- Maverick Science, Defiant Art
Joyce’s Modernism : Gravity, Magnetism, and Desire
Joyce Seeing Eye to Eye with Picasso?: A Review of “James Joyce and the Cubist Esthetic.” by JO-ANNA ISAAK
A Review of Tímea Mészáros and Dirk Vanderbeke’s “The flow of time….”
Reviews of Books, Articles, etc.
Not a Review of Daniel Mulhall’s Ulysses: A Reader’s Odyssey
Related Websites We Like
A Year of Dubliners (D)
(D) about “Clay,” October 31, Samhain When the Dead Roam the Earth
(D) about “A Painful Case,” November
(D) about “The Dead,” January 6
(D)about “A Little Cloud” ~December 1 (“Late Autumn”)
(D) about “Counterparts,” February 16
(D) about “The Boarding House,” March 25, The Feast of the Annunciation
(D) about “Araby,” May 18 the Bazaar of 1894
(D) about “An Encounter,” June 14, anniversary of The Joyce Brothers’ “miching” expedition
(D) about “The Sisters” July 1, The Feast of Christ’s Holy Blood
(D) about “After the Race,” July 2, Anniversary of the Gordon-Bennett Cup Race in Ireland
(D) about “Two Gallants,” August, Month of the Donnybrook Fair
(D) about “Grace”: A Comparison of the Workings of Grace in James Joyce and Flannery O’Connor
(D) about “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”- October 6, the Anniversary of Parnell’s Death
(D) about “Eveline,” October 8
Guides through the Afterlife in The Divine Comedy and Ulysses
Modern Bloom and Dante’s Medieval Virgil
Virgil, Bloom and Dante’s Hillside Predators
Virag’s Suicide: Tears Bloom
Finnegans Wake: The Next Centenary
Finnegans Wake in Words and Music at Waywords and Meansigns
Does Wilder’s “Skin of Our Teeth ” Plagiarize Finnegans Wake?
Reading Ulysses (U) with the James Joyce Reading Circle
(U) Episode 1: “Telemachus” ~pp 1-24.
(U) Episode 2: “Nestor” ~pp 25-37.
(U) Episode 3: “Proteus,” ~pp 37-51.
(U) Episode 4: “Calypso,”~pp 54-69.
(U) Episode 5: “The Lotus Eaters,” ~pp 70-85.
(U) Episode 6: “Hades,” ~pp 86-114.
(U) Episode 6 Hades: An “Original” Sonnet, “Will You Reduce Paddy to a Lump of Clay? (With help from WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE)”
(U) Episode 7: “Aeolus,” ~pp 115-148.
(U) Episode 8: “Lestrygonians,” ~pp 149-181.
(U) Episode 9: “Scylla and Charybdis,” ~pp 182-215.
(U) Episode 10: “Wandering Rocks,” ~pp 216-251.
(U) Episode 11: “Sirens,” ~pp 252-286.
(U) Episode 12: “Cyclops,” ~pp. 287-339.
(U) Episode 13: “Nausicaa,” ~pp. 340-376.
(U) Episode 14: “Oxen of the Sun,” ~pp. 377-421.
(U) Episode 15: “Circe,” ~pp. 422-593.
(U) Episode 16: “Eumaeus” ~pp. 596-649
(U) Episode 17: “Ithaca” ~pp. 650-722
(U) Episode 18: “Penelope,” ~pp 723-783.
Where Has Your Copy of Ulysses Been?
About Giacomo Joyce (GJ)
(GJ) Canto I (p.1, ll. 1-10).
(GJ) Canto II (p.1, ll.21-27).
(GJ) Cantos III-IV (pp. 1- 2, ll. 31-35, 1-2).
(GJ) Canto V (p.2, ll.6-8).
(GJ) Canto VII (p.3, ll. 1-2).
(GJ) Cantos VIII-IX (p.3, ll. 8-31).
(GJ) Canto X (p 4, ll 6-12).
(GJ) Canto XI (p. 4, ll 16-20).
(GJ) Canto XII (p.5, ll. 1-10).
(GJ) Canto XIII (p.5, l. 18).
(GJ) Canto XIV (p.5, l. 35).
(GJ) Canto XV (p.6, ll. 1-4).
(GJ) Canto XVI, (p.6, ll.12-15).
(GJ) Canto XVII (p.6, ll. 20-27).
(GJ) Canto XVIII (p.7, ll. 1-13).
(GJ) Canto XIX (p.7, ll. 24-28).
(GJ) Cantos XX, XXI (p. 8, ll. 1-2, 10-17).
(GJ) Canto XXII (p.8, ll. 29-36).
(GJ) Cantos XXIII, XXIV (p.9, ll 1-6, 9).
(GJ) Canto XXV (p.9, ll. 12-14).
(GJ) Canto XXVI (p.9, ll. 21-31).
(GJ) Canto XXVII (p.10, ll. 1-18).
(GJ) Canto XXVIII (p.10, ll. 22-27).
(GJ) Canto IXXX (p. 11, ll. 1-9).
(GJ) Cantos XXX-XXXI (p.11, ll. 13-19, 22-26).
(GJ) Canto XXXII (p. 11, ll. 29-34).
(GJ) Canto XXXIII (p.12, ll. 1-4).
(GJ) Canto XXXIV (p.12, ll. 7-12).
(GJ) Canto XXXV (p.12, ll.17-29).
(GJ) Cantos XXXVI-XXXIX (p.13).
(GJ) Canto XL (p.14 ll. 1-3).
(GJ) Canto XLI (p.14, ll. 10-18).
(GJ) Canto XLII (p.15, ll. 1-6).
(GJ) Canto XLIII (p. 15, ll. 8-14).
(GJ)Canto XLIV (p.15, ll. 8-32).
(GJ) Canto XLV (p.16, ll. 1-8).
(GJ) Cantos XLVI-XLVII (p.16, ll.12-16, 20).
(GJ) Cantos XLVIII-XLIX (p.16. ll. 24-27, 31).
Bloomsday Memories Wild or Winsome
Martin Gemmell’s Bloomsday Memories.
Dr. Barry Devine’s Magical Bloomsian Spuds
Following Joyce’s Steps by Dirce Waltrick do Amarante*
The Alchemy of Bill O’Connor’s Bloomsday Effect
Amanda Greenwood’s Bloomsday in the Land of the Morning Calm
Dr. Talia Abu’s Blooming at the Irish Embassy in Tel Aviv
Phil Holden’s Bloomsday Memories from the Omphalos
Lucilla Micacchi’s Bloomsday Wish: “This Year in Dublin!”
Alessandra Estreet Di Sante’s Bloomsday Prayer (Doubly Sanctified in Italian and English)
Paul Ringo: One Memory from among Forty Bloomsday Celebrations
Dr. Aguinaldo Severino’s Bloomsday Tale of Two Cities (in Portuguese and English)
Tom O’Carroll’s Childhood Bloomsdays and Sandymount Strand
Reviews of Books, Articles, etc.
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