Table of contents for Re: Joyce : text, culture, politics / edited by John Brannigan, Geoff Ward, and Julian Wolfreys.

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Notes on the Contributors
List of Abbreviations
Foreword and Acknowledgments by John Brannigan, Geoff Ward and Julian Wolfreys
Part I: Joyce and Modernist Contexts
Joyce Before Law: Mimicry and Exclusion--John Nash
Sound over Sight: James Joyce and Gertrude Stein in transition --Craig Monk
Part II: Joyce, the Nation and National Identity
Joyce's Northern Ireland--Thomas Hofheinz
'The girl, or woman, or whatever she was...': Femininity and Nationalism in Joce--Moyra Haslett
Subversions of Early Texts
Stephen Hero: Laughing in, and at, the Institution--Julian Wolfreys
Military Occupation in 'The Dead'--Rod Mengham
'Bodily Weakness' and the 'Free Boy': Physicality as Subversive Agent in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man --Caroline Webb
Re: Considering Rhetoric
'Just you try it on': Style and Maternity in 'Oxen of the Sun'--Lesley McDowell
A Slice of Life for Mr. Germ's Choice--Jean-Michel Rabaté
Throwaway: 'How good are you in explosition!': Finnegans Wake
Falling Asleep in the Wake --Jeremy Lane
Water and Women in Finnegans Wake --Gary Banham
Re: Contextualizations
Joyce will Attend: The Joyce Tour of Postwar Literature--John Brannigan
Blue Notes: From Joyce to Jarman--Cheryl Herr
Of Canons, Colonies, and Critics: The Ethics and Ploitics of Postcolonial Joyce Studies--Vincent J. Cheng
Purloined Joyce--Christine van Boheemen-Saaf
Revisiting Poststructuralist Joyce--Mark Currie
Works Cited

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Joyce, James, 1882-1941 Criticism and interpretation