ANG 096070, ANGA 080126 Autumn 2008 James Joyce’s Ulysses as a Modernist Master-Narrative 1 9 Sept. 2 16 Sept.

3 23 Sept. Introduction to the course. How to read Ulysses: contexts, structure, style I: The Telemachiad Telemachus Nestor Proteus Seamus Deane: “ Joyce the Irishman”

Dr. Vöő Gabriella Tuesday, 12-14.15 E 419 (A/432)

Bernard Benstock: “Telemachus” Garry Leonard: “Mockery, Heresy, and the Transubstantiation of Masculinity in ‘Telemachus’” E.L. Epstein: “Nestor” Robert Spoo: “Genders of History in ‘Nestor’” Morse, J. Mitchell. “Proteus” Cheryl Herr: “Old Wives’ Tales as Portals of Discovery . . .”

4 30 Sept.

II: The Wanderings of Ulysses Calypso Lotus-Eaters

Adelaine Gasheen: “Calypso” Carol Schloss: “Milly, Molly, and the Mullingar Photo Shop . . . ” Philip F. Herring: “Lotus-Eaters” Maud Ellmann: “Skinscapes in ‘Lotus-Eaters’” R.M. Adams: “Hades” Kimberly J. Devlin: “Visible Shades and Shades of Visibility. . . ” M. J. C. Hodgart: “Eolus” Patrick McGee: “Machines, Empire, and the Wise Virgins . . . ” Melvin J. Friedman: “Lestrygonians” Karen Lawrence: “Legal Fiction or Pulp Fiction . . . ” Robert Kellogg: “Scylla and Charybdis” Joseph Valente: “The Perils of Masculinity . . . ” Clive Hart: “Wandering Rocks” Bonnie Kime Scott: “Diversions from Mastery in Wandering Rocks” Jackson I. Cope: “Sirens” Jules Law: “Political Sirens” David Hayman: “Cyclops” Marilyn Reizbaum: “When the Saints Come Marching In: ReDeeming ‘Cyclops’” Fritz Senn: “Nausicaa” John Bishop: “The Metaphysics of Coitus in ‘Nausicaa’”

5 7 Oct.

Hades Aeolus

6 14 Oct.

Lestrygonians Scylla and Charybdis

7 28 Oct.

The Wandering Rocks

Sirens 8 4 Nov. Cyclops Nausicaa

9 11 Nov. 10. 18 Nov.

Students’ presentations: research topics, resources and findings Oxen of the Sun J. S. Atherton: “Oxen of the Sun” Edna Duffy: “Interesting States: Birthing and the Nation . . .”

“Ulysses: Imagining Selves and Nations: Imagining Selves. 1994. Kimberly Jane and Marilyn Reizbaum (ed): Ulysses: En-Gendered Perspectives. “Joyce and the Idea of the Jew: Identity. Susan Stanford (ed. —. Circe Hugh Kenner: “Circe” Margot Norris: “Disenchanting Enchantment: The Theatrical Brothel of ‘Circe’” Gerald L. Gifford. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. Deane. Nadel. Columbia: U of South Carolona P. 1999. Colin (ed. Representation. Ulysses Annotated: Notes for James Joyce’s Ulysses. which must be cited as references. 168-83.” Joyce and the Jews: Culture and Texts. “Joyce and the Idea of the Jew: Joyce and the Mystique of the Jewish Woman. Critical guidance and reference for the text (all available on CooSpace): Blamires. . James Joyce’s Ulysses: Critical Essays. “Joyce and Nationalism. You can use the critical material listed in the syllabus. 2 Dec. 2. —.” Robert S.). 285-218. Tests and essay: There will be random written tests checking primary and critical reading. 1993. Ira B. 1988.). Vincent.11. or you may do some individual research in the library or in the Chadwyck database (‘Criticism and Reference’ section). and Empire. 1974. Berkeley: U of California P.” Ibid. Catching the Conscience of a Race. Harry. —.” MacCabe. Course requirements Reading: Students are kindly requested to come to class having read and prepared the text(s) assigned in the reading and discussion schedule. 3. Ulysses. Seidman. The Bloomsday Book: A Guide through Ulysses (1966). Burns: “Eumaeus” Colleen Lamos: “The Double Life of ‘Eumaeus’” A. “Races and Chains: Repression. Late paper policy: Essays coming in late will lose a mark each weekday. an end-term test and an essay of about 4000 words length required for this course. The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce. James Joyce: New Perspectives.” Ibid. Laura. 1989. All reference material should be properly credited. 1995. Berkeley: U of California P. Titles will be suggested along the discussions.” Ibid. Joyce: The Return of the Repressed. 12. 154-80. and will be devoted to some aspect of Joyce’s work. Additional critical reading: Cheng. “Ulysses: Imagining Selves and Nations: Imagining Nations. “Ulysses: Imagining Selves and Nations: Imagining Futures: Nations. 219-48. 15-57.” Ibid. Ithaca: Cornell UP. Attendance: No more than two absences are acceptable without excuse. Grading for this course will be based on class work. —.). Don with Robert J. London: Routledge. Devlin. Bayle: “Penelope” Christine Van Boheemen: “Molly’s Heavenly Body and the Economy of the Sign: The Invention of Gender in ‘Penelope’” III: The Homecoming Eumaeus Ithaca 13 9 Dec. Joyce. Clive and David Hayman. !49-89. Hart. 25 Nov. and ‘Interior’ States in Ulysses. Please note that your argument must be supported by at least 5 critical works. preferably the Gabler edition.” Friedman.J. but is required reading. The essay is due by week 12 of the semester (2 December). Bloomington: Indiana UP. Selves. Walton Litz: “Ithaca” Vicki Mahaffey: “Sidereal Writing: Male Refractions . 31-54. 1982. —. The Blamires book (The New Bloomsday Book) is an essential and required study aid to be consulted together with the primary text. London: Macmillan. Deadline for the essay Penelope Texts 1. “ Joyce the Irishman. It is not specified in the syllabus. 1990. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. Narratives. 151-84. 139-53. . Seamus. Doyle. . Race. the tests and the essay.” Derek Attridge (ed.

“Joyce and Nationalism. “Ulysses: Imagining Selves and Nations: Imagining Futures: Nations. The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce. 1990. and the Wise Virgins: Cultural Revolution in ‘Aeolus’“ Karen Lawrence: “Legal Fiction or Pulp Fiction in ‘Lestrygonians’” Joseph Valente: “The Perils of Masculinity in ‘Scylla and Charybdis’” Bonnie Kime Scott: “Diversions from Mastery in Wandering Rocks” Jules Law: “Political Sirens” Marilyn Reizbaum: “When the Saints Come Marching In: Re-Deeming ‘Cyclops’” John Bishop: “The Metaphysics of Coitus in ‘Nausicaa’” Edna Duffy: “Interesting States: Birthing and the Nation in ‘Oxen of the Sun’” Margot Norris: “Disenchanting Enchantment: The Theatrical Brothel of ‘Circe’” Colleen Lamos: “The Double Life of ‘Eumaeus’” Vicki Mahaffey: “Sidereal Writing: Male Refractions and Malefactions in ‘Ithaca’” Christine Van Boheemen: “Molly’s Heavenly Body and the Economy of the Sign: The Invention of Gender in ‘Penelope’” . “Races and Chains: Repression.” Derek Attridge (ed. “Ulysses: Imagining Selves and Nations: Imagining Selves.” —.” —.). and the Mullingar Photo Shop \: Developing Negatives in ‘Calypso’“ Maud Ellmann: “Skinscapes in ‘Lotus-Eaters’” Kimberly J. Seamus. Empire. and ‘Interior’ States in Ulysses” Nadel. Catching the Conscience of a Race —. “Joyce and the Idea of the Jew: Identity. “ Joyce the Irishman.” Deane. Selves. Heresy. Representation.” —. and the Transubstantiation of Masculinity in ‘Telemachus’“ Robert Spoo: “Genders of History in ‘Nestor’” Cheryl Herr: “Old Wives’ Tales as Portals of Discovery in ‘Proteus’” Carol Schloss: “Milly. Ira B. Vincent. 31-54.” —. Molly. Laura. Devlin: “Visible Shades and Shades of Visibility: The En-Gendering of Death in Hades’” Patrick McGee: “Machines. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. Doyle.Cheng.” ----------------------------------------------------------Garry Leonard: „Mockery. “Ulysses: Imagining Selves and Nations: Imagining Nations. “Joyce and the Idea of the Jew: Joyce and the Mystique of the Jewish Woman. Narratives.

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