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James Joyce A Critical Guide$

Lee Spinks

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780748638352

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748638352.001.0001

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(p.216) Bibliography

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James Joyce A Critical Guide
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Biographical Works

Banta, Melissa and Oscar A. Silverman (eds) (1987), James Joyce's Letters to Sylvia Beach 1921–40 (Bloomington: University of Indiana Press).

Beach, Sylvia (1959), Shakespeare and Company (London: Faber and Faber).

Ellmann, Richard [1959] (1983), James Joyce (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Gorman, Herbert (1941), James Joyce: A Definitive Biography (London: Bodley Head).

Joyce, James (1957), Letters of James Joyce, ed. Stuart Gilbert (London: Faber and Faber).

— (1966), Letters of James Joyce, ed. Richard Ellmann (London: Faber and Faber).

— (1975), Selected Letters of James Joyce, ed. Richard Ellmann (London: Faber and Faber).

Joyce, Stanislaus (1958), My Brother's Keeper: James Joyce's Early Years, ed. Richard Ellmann (London: Faber and Faber).

— (1971), The Complete Dublin Diary, ed. George H. Healey (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).

Lidderdale, Jane and Mary Nicholson (1970), Dear Miss Weaver: Harriet Shaw Weaver 1876–1961 (London: Faber and Faber).

Maddox, Brenda (1988), Nora: A Biography of Nora Joyce (London: Hamish Hamilton).

Potts, Willard (ed.) (1979), Portraits of the Artist in Exile: Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans (Seattle: University of Washington Press).

Pound, Ezra (1968), Pound/Joyce: The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce with Pound's Essays on Joyce, ed. Forrest Read (London: Faber and Faber).

Power, Arthur (1974), Conversations with James Joyce, ed. Clive Hart (London: Millington).

Early Critical Responses and Articles

Aldington, Richard (1939), ‘Review’, Atlantic Monthly (June clxiii: n.p.); reprinted in Robert H. Deming (1970b), James Joyce: The Critical Heritage Volume Two: 1928–41 (London: Routledge), p. 690.

(p.217) Angeli, Diego (1918), ‘An Italian Comment on A Portrait’, Egoist 5 (2): 30; reprinted in Robert H. Deming (1970a), 114–16.

Bennett, Arnold (1922), ‘James Joyce's Ulysses’, Outlook (29 April): 337–9; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 219–22.

Eliot, T. S. (1923), ‘Ulysses, Order, and Myth’, The Dial lxxv: 480–3; reprinted in Frank Kermode (ed.) (1975), The Selected Prose of T. S. Eliot (London: Faber and Faber), pp. 175–8.

Garnett, Edward (1959), ‘Reader's Report on A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’, in Richard Ellmann, James Joyce (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 416–17; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 81–2.

Gould, Gerald (1914), ‘Dubliners’, New Statesman 3 (374–5); reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 62–3.

— (1928), ‘Comment’, Observer (9 December 1928); reprinted in Deming (1970b), pp. 392–3.

Kazin, Alfed (1939), ‘Review’, New York Herald Tribune (21 May 1939); reprinted in Deming (1970b), pp. 685–8.

Kettle, Thomas (1907), ‘Review’, Freeman's Journal (June): n.p.; reprinted in Deming (1970a), p. 37.

Larbaud, Valéry (1922), ‘The Ulysses of James Joyce’, Criterion 1 (1): 94–103; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 252–62.

Leavis, F. R. (1933), ‘James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word’, Scrutiny 2 (2) (September): 193–201.

Levin, Harry (1939), ‘On First Looking into Finnegans Wake’, New Directions in Prose and Poetry: 253–87; reprinted in Deming (1970b), pp. 693–703.

Mais, S. P. B. (1922), ‘An Irish Revel: and some Flappers’, Daily Express (25 March 1922); reprinted in Deming (1970a), p. 191.

Murray, John Middleton (1922), ‘Review’, Nation & Athenaeum 31: 124–5; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 195–8.

Pound, Ezra (1914), ‘Dubliners and Mr James Joyce’, Egoist 1 (14): 267; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 66–8.

— (1922), ‘James Joyce et Pécuchet’, Mercure de France clvi: 307–20; reprinted in Deming (1970a), trans. Fred Bornhauser, pp. 263–7.

Symons, Arthur (1907), ‘A Book of Songs’, Nation 1 (17) (June): 639; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 38–9.

Wells, H. G. (1917), ‘James Joyce’, Nation 20: 710–12; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 86–8.

Zabel, Morton (1930), ‘The Lyrics of James Joyce’, Poetry 36 (July): 206–13; reprinted in Deming (1970a), pp. 45–8.

Criticism of James Joyce in Books

Adams, Robert M. (1962), Surface and Symbol: The Consistency of James Joyce's Ulysses (London: Oxford University Press).

Atherton, James S. (1959), The Books at the Wake: A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (London: Faber and Faber).

— (1966), ‘The Joyce of Dubliners’, in Thomas F. Staley (ed.), James Joyce Today: Essays on the Major Works (Bloomington: Indiana University Press), pp. 28–53.

(p.218) Attridge, Derek (ed.) (1990), The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

— (2000), Joyce Effects: On Language, Theory and History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

— (ed.) (2004), James Joyce's Ulysses: A Casebook (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Attridge, Derek and Daniel Ferrer (eds) (1984), Post-Structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Attridge, Derek and Marjorie Howes (eds) (2000), Semicolonial Joyce (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Barry, Peter (1995), Beginning Theory (Manchester: Manchester University Press).

Beckett, Samuel, et al. (1936), Our Exagmination Round his Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress (Paris: Shakespeare and Company).

Begnal, Michael and Fritz Senn (eds) (1974), A Conceptual Guide to Finnegans Wake (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press).

Benstock, Bernard (1988a), ‘The Gnomonics of Dubliners’, Modern Fiction Studies 34 (4): 519–39.

— (ed.) (1988b), James Joyce: The Augmented Ninth (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press).

— (1991), Narrative Con/texts in Ulysses (Basingstoke: Macmillan).

— (1994), Narrative Con/Texts in Dubliners (Basingstoke: Macmillan).

Benstock, Shari (1980), ‘Who Killed Cock Robin? The Sources of Free Indirect Style in Ulysses’, Style 14 (3): 259–73.

Bersani, Leo (1990), The Culture of Redemption (Cambridge: Harvard University Press).

Bishop, John (1986), Joyce's Book of the Dark: Finnegans Wake (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press).

Blamires, Harry [1966] (1983), The Bloomsday Book: A Guide through Joyce's Ulysses (London: Methuen and Co).

Booth, Wayne C. (1961), The Rhetoric of Fiction (Chicago: Chicago University Press).

Brivic, Sheldon (1980), Joyce between Freud and Jung (New York: London National University Publications Kennikat).

Brown, Richard (1985), Joyce and Sexuality (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Budgen, Frank (1934), James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses (London: Grayson and Grayson).

Bulson, Eric (2006), The Cambridge Introduction to James Joyce (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Burgess, Anthony (1965), Here Comes, Everybody: An Introduction to Joyce for the Ordinary Reader (London: Faber).

Bushri, Suheil Badi and Bernard Benstock (eds) (1982), James Joyce: An International Perspective: Centenary Essays in Honour of the late Sir Desmond Cochrane (Gerrards Cross: Smythe).

Butler, Christopher (1990), ‘Joyce, Modernism, and Post-Modernism’, in Derek Attridge (ed.), The Cambridge Joyce Companion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 259–82.

(p.219) Campbell, Joseph and Henry Morton Robinson [1944] (1947), A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake (London: Faber and Faber).

Carey, John (1992), The Intellectuals and the Masses: Pride and Prejudice among the Literary Intelligentsia 1880–1939 (London: Faber and Faber).

Cheng, Vincent (1995), Joyce, Race and Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Cixous, Hélène (1972), The Exile of James Joyce, trans. Sally A. J. Purcell (New York: David Martin).

— (1984), ‘Joyce: The (R)use of Writing’, in Derek Attridge and Daniel Ferrer (eds), Post-Structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 15–30.

Colebrook, Claire (2004), Gender (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Connolly, Thomas E. (1997), James Joyce's Books, Portraits, Manuscripts, Notebooks, Typescripts, Page Proofs: Together with Critical Essays about some of his Works (New York: Edward Mellen).

Coyle, John (ed.) [1997] (2000), James Joyce: Ulysses, A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man (Duxford: Icon).

Dalton, Jack P. (1972), ‘The Text of “Ulysses”’, in Fritz Senn (ed.) (1972), New Light on Joyce from the Dublin Symposium, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 99–119.

Deming, Robert H. (1970a), James Joyce: The Critical Heritage Volume One: 1902–27 (London: Routledge).

— (1970b), James Joyce: The Critical Heritage Volume Two: 1928–41 (London: Routledge).

Derrida, Jacques (1984), ‘Two Words for Joyce’, in Derek Atridge and Daniel Ferrer (eds) (1984), Post-Structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 145–60.

— (1988), ‘Ulysses Gramophone: Hear say yes in Joyce’, trans. Tina Kendall, in Bernard Benstock (ed.), James Joyce: The Augmented Ninth (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press), pp. 27–75.

Eagleton, Terry (1970), Exiles and Emigrés: Studies in Modern Literature (London: Chatto and Windus).

— (1976), Criticism and Ideology: A Study in Marxist Literary Theory (London: NLB).

Ellmann, Maud (1981), ‘Disremembering Dedalus: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’, in Robert Young (ed.), Untying the Text: A Post-Structuralist Reader (London: Routledge), pp. 189–206.

— (1982), ‘Polytropic Man: Paternity, Identity and Naming in The Odyssey and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’, in Colin MacCabe (ed.), MacCabe (1982), pp. 73–104.

Ellmann, Richard (1954), The Identity of Yeats (London: Macmillan).

— [1972] (1974), Ulysses on the Liffey (London: Faber and Faber).

— (1977), The Consciousness of Joyce (London: Faber and Faber).

Epstein, Edmund L. (1982), A Starchamber Quiry: A James Joyce Centennial Volume 1882–1982 (London: Methuen).

Fairhall, James (1993), James Joyce and the Question of History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

French, Marilyn (1982), James Joyce's Ulysses: The Book as World (London: Sphere).

(p.220) Froula, Christine (1996), Modernism's Body: Sex, Culture and Joyce (New York: Columbia University Press).

Garrett, Peter K. (ed.) (1968), Twentieth Century Interpretations of ‘Dubliners’: A Collection of Critical Essays (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall).

Gibson, Andrew (2002), History, Politics and Aesthetics in Ulysses (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Gilbert, Sandra M. and Susan Gubar (1985), ‘Sexual Linguistics: Gender, Language, Sexuality’, New Literary History 16: 513–43.

Gilbert, Stuart (1930), James Joyce's Ulysses: A Study (London: Faber and Faber).

Glasheen, Adaline (1956), A Census of Finnegans Wake: An Index of the Characters and Their Roles (Evanston: Northwestern University Press).

Goldberg, Samuel Louis (1961), The Classical Temper: A Study of James Joyce's Ulysses (London: Chatto and Windus).

Gottfried, Roy K. (1980), The Art of Joyce's Syntax in Ulysses (London: Macmillan).

Groden, Michael (1977), Ulysses in Progress (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Grose, Kenneth (1975), James Joyce (London: Evans Bros).

Harkness, Marguerite (1984), The Aesthetics of Dedalus and Bloom (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press).

Hart, Clive (1962a), Structure and Motif in Finnegans Wake (London: Faber and Faber).

—(1962b), A Concordance to Finnegans Wake (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press).

Hart, Clive (ed.) (1969), James Joyce's ‘Dubliners’: Critical Essays (London: Faber and Faber).

Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn (eds) (1968), A Wake Digest (Sydney: Sydney University Press).

Hart, Clive and David Hayman (eds) (1974), James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays (Berkeley: University of California Press).

Hart, Kevin (1989), The Trespass of the Sign: Deconstruction, Theology and Philosophy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Hayman, David (ed.) (1963), A First Draft Version of Finnegans Wake (London: Faber and Faber).

—(1970), Ulysses: The Mechanics of Meaning (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall).

Heath, Stephen (1984), ‘Ambiviolences: Notes for reading Joyce’, in Derck Attridge and Daniel Ferrer (eds), Post-Structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 31–68.

Henke, Suzette (1982), ‘Stephen Dedalus and Women: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Misogynist’, in Suzette Henke and Elaine Unkeless (eds), Women in Joyce (Urbana: University of Illinois Press) pp. 82–107.

—(1990), James Joyce and the Politics of Desire (London: Routledge).

Henke, Suzette and Elaine Unkeless (eds) (1982), Women in Joyce (Urbana: University of Illinois Press).

Herr, Cheryl (1986), Joyce's Anatomy of Culture (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press).

Hofheinz, Thomas C. (1995), James Joyce and the Invention of Irish History: Finnegans Wake in Context (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

(p.221) Jameson, Fredric (1982), ‘“Ulysses” in History’, in W. J. McCormack and Alistair Stead (eds), James Joyce and Modern Literature (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul), pp. 126–41.

Johnson, Jeri (1989), ‘“Beyond the Veil”: Ulysses, Feminism, and the Figure of Woman’, in Christine van Boheemen (ed.), Joyce, Modernity, and its Mediation (Amsterdam: Rodopi), pp. 201–28.

Kain, Richard (1947), Fabulous Voyager: James Joyce's Ulysses (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press).

Kain, Richard and Robert E. Scholes (eds) (1965), The Workshop of Daedalus: James Joyce and the Raw Materials for A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Evanston: Northwestern University Press).

Kenner, Hugh (1965), ‘Joyce's Portrait: A Reconsideration’, University of Windsor Review 1: 1–15.

—(1978), Joyce's Voices (Berkeley: University of California Press).

—(1980), Ulysses (London: George Allen and Unwin).

—[1955] (1987), Dublin's Joyce (New York: Columbia Press).

Kiberd, Declan (1996), Inventing Ireland: The Literature of the Modern Nation (London: Vintage).

Kimball, Jean (1980), ‘Freud, Leonardo and Joyce: The Dimensions of a Childhood Memory’, James Joyce Quarterly 17 (2): 165–82.

Kristeva, Julia (1981), Desire in Language: A Semiotic Approach to Literature and Art, ed. Leon S. Roudiez, trans. Thomas Gora, Alice Jardine and Leon S. Roudiez (Oxford: Blackwell).

—(1982), Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection, trans. Leon S. Roudiez (New York: Columbia Press).

Lawrence, Karen (1981), The Odyssey of Style in Ulysses (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

—(1990), ‘Joyce and Feminism’, in Derek Attridge (ed.), The Cambridge Joyce Companion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 237–58.

Leavis, F. R. (1933), ‘James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word’, Scrutiny 2 (2): 193–201.

Levin, Harry [1941] (1944), James Joyce: A Critical Introduction (London: Faber and Faber).

Lewis, Wyndham (1927a), ‘An Analysis of the Mind of the Joyce’, in Wyndham Lewis, Time and Western Man (London: Chatto and Windus), pp. 91–130.

Lewis, Wyndham (1927b), Time and Western Man (London: Chatto and Windus).

Lewis, Wyndham (1937), Blasting and Bombadiering (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode).

Litz, A. Walton (1961), The Art of James Joyce (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Lukàcs, Georg (1962), The Meaning of Contemporary Realism, trans. John and Necke Mander (London: Merlin).

MacCabe, Colin (1978), James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word (Basingstoke: Macmillan).

—(ed.) (1982), James Joyce: New Perspectives (Brighton: Harvester).

MacNicholas, John (1979), James Joyce's Exiles: A Textual Companion (New York: Garland Publishing).

(p.222) McHugh, Roland (1976), The Sigla of Finnegans Wake (London: Edward Arnold).

—(1980), Annotations to Finnegans Wake (London: Routledge).

Maddox, James H. (1978), James Joyce's Ulysses and the Assault upon Character (Brighton: Harvester).

Magalaner, Marvin and Richard M. Kain (1957), Joyce: The Man, The Work, The Reputation (London: John Calder).

Magee, Patrick (1988), Paperspace: Style and Ideology in Joyce (Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press).

Mahaffey, Vicki (1988), Reauthorizing Joyce (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Mahaffey, Vicki (1990), ‘Joyce's Shorter Works’, in Derek Attridge (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 185–211.

Mangianello, Dominic (1980), Joyce's Politics (London: Routledge).

Mason, Ellsworth and Richard Ellmann (eds) (1959), Critical Writings of James Joyce (London: Faber and Faber).

Millett, Kate (1970), Sexual Politics (London: Hart Davis).

Moi, Toril (1985), Sexual/Textual Politics: Feminist Literary Theory (London: Metheuen).

Morris, Beja (ed.) (1973), James Joyce – Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: A Casebook (London: Macmillan).

Nolan, Emer (1995), Joyce and Nationalism (London: Routledge).

Norris, Margot [1974] (1976), The Decentered Universe of Finnegans Wake (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press).

—(1992), Joyce's Web: The Social Unraveling of Modernism (Austin: University of Texas Press).

—(ed.) (1998), A Companion to James Joyce's Ulysses: Biographical and Historical Contexts, Critical History, and Essays from Five Contemporary Critical Perspectives (Boston: Bedford Books).

Parrinder, Patrick (1984), James Joyce (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Peake, C. H. (1977), James Joyce: The Citizen and the Artist (London: Edward Arnold).

Piette, Adam (1996), Remembering and the Sound of Words: Mallarmé, Proust, Joyce, Beckett (Oxford: Clarendon Press).

Rabaté, Jean-Michel (1991), Joyce upon the Void: The Genesis of Doubt (New York: St Martin's Press).

—(2001), James Joyce and the Politics of Egoism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Reizbaum, Marilyn (1999), Joyce's Judaic Other (Stanford: Stanford University Press).

Restuccia, Frances (1989), Joyce and the Law of the Father (New Haven: Yale University Press).

Riquelme, John Paul (1981), ‘Pretexts for Reading and for Writing: Title, Epigraph, and Journal in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’, James Joyce Quarterly 18 (3): 301–21.

—(1983), Teller and Tale in Joyce's Fiction: Oscillating Perspectives (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press).

(p.223) Riquelme, John Paul (1990), ‘Stephen Hero, Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: Styles of Realism and Fantasy’, in Derek Attridge (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 103–30.

Roughley, Alan (1991), James Joyce and Critical Theory: An Introduction (London: Harvester).

Scholes, Robert E. (1979), ‘Semiotic Approaches to a Fictional Text: Joyce's Eveline’, James Joyce Quarterly 16 (1): 65–80.

Scholes, Robert E. and Richard M. Kain (1965), The Workshop of Daedalus: James Joyce and the Raw Materials for A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Evanston: Northwestern University Press).

Scott, Bonnie Kime (ed.) (1984), Joyce and Feminism (London: Harvester).

—(1987), James Joyce (London: Harvester).

Seed, David (1992), James Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (London: Harvester).

Segall, Jeffrey (1993), Joyce in America: Cultural Politics and the Trials of Ulysses (Berkeley: University of California).

Seidell, Michael (2002), James Joyce: A Short Introduction (Oxford: Blackwell).

Senn Fritz (ed.) (1972), New Light on Joyce from the Dublin Symposium (Bloomington: Indiana University Press).

—(1980), ‘Bloom among the Orators: The Why and the Wherefore and All the Codology’, Irish Renaissance Annual 1 (1): 168–90.

—(1984), Joyce's Dislocutions: Essays on Reading as Translation, ed. Jean-Paul Riquelme (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press).

—(1995), Inductive Scrutinies: Focus on Joyce, ed. Christine O'Neill (Dublin: Lilliput Press).

Spoo, Robert (1994), James Joyce and the Language of History: Dedalus's Nightmare (London: Oxford University Press).

Staley, Thomas F. (1989), An Annotated Critical Bibliography of James Joyce (London: Harvester).

Steinberg, Erwin R. (ed.) (1979), The Stream of Consciousness Technique in the Modern Novel (Port Washington: Kennikat Press).

Thornton, Weldon (1961), Allusions in ‘Ulysses’: An Annotated List (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press).

—(1994), The Antimodernism of Joyce's ‘Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press).

Tindall, William York, (1959), A Reader's Guide to James Joyce (London: Thames and Hudson).

—(1969), A Reader's Guide to Finnegans Wake (London: Thames and Hudson).

Torchiana, Donald T. (1986), Backgrounds for Joyce's Dubliners (London: Allen and Unwin).

Unkeless, Elaine (1982), ‘The Conventional Molly Bloom’, in Suzette Henke and Elaine Unkeless (eds), Women in Joyce (Urbana: University of Illinois Press), pp. 150–68.

Valente, Joseph (1995), James Joyce and the Problem of Justice: Negotiating Sexual and Colonial Difference (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

van Boheemen, Christine (1987), The Novel as Family Romance: Language, Gender and Authority from Fielding to Joyce (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).

(p.224) —(ed.) (1989), Joyce, Modernity, and its Mediation (Amsterdam: Rodopi).

Vanderham, Paul (1998), James Joyce and Censorship: The Trials of Ulysses (Basingstoke: Macmillan).

Walzl, Florence L. (1982), ‘Dubliners: Women in Irish Society’, in Suzette Henke and Elaine Unkeless (eds), Women in Joyce (Urbana: University of Illinois Press), pp. 31–56.

Warner, Francis (1982), ‘The Poetry of James Joyce’, in Suheil Badi Bushri and Bernard Benstock (eds), James Joyce: An International Perspective: Centenary Essays in Honour of the Late Sir Desmond Cochrane (Gerrards Cross: Smythe), pp. 115–27.

Williams, Raymond (1968), Drama from Ibsen to Brecht (London: Chatto and Windus).

Wilson, Edmund (1931), Axel's Castle: A Study in the Imaginative Literature of 1870–1930 (New York: C. Scribner and Sons).

Wright, Elizabeth (1984), Psychoanalytic Criticism: Theory in Practice (London: Routledge).

Woolf, Virgina (1925), The Common Reader (London: Hogarth Press).

—(1953), A Writer's Diary: Being Extracts from the Diary of Virginia Woolf, ed. Leonard Woolf (London: Hogarth Press).

Young, Robert (ed.) (1981), Untying the Text: A Post-Structuralist Reader (London: Routledge).