James Joyce (1882-1941) is the Irish author who developed the stream-of-consciousness narrative technique. His works include _Chamber Music_, _Dubliners_, _A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man_, _Finnegans Wake_, and _Pomes Penyeach_. His most notable work, _Ulysses_, is considered by many to be the greatest novel ever written.
Dubliners: The Photographs of JJ Clarke
A glimpse of James Joyce's Dublin through the photographs of JJ Clarke taken 1897-1904.
Featured Author: James Joyce
Includes all reviews and articles on Joyce which have appeared in the New York Times from 1919 to the present.
From Dublin to Ithaca: Cornell's James Joyce Collection
Online exhibit showing highlights of Cornell University Library's collection of letters, manuscripts, and books documenting the life and work of the author.
The Guardian: James Joyce
A profile of the writer, newspaper articles on him and his works, links to online texts.
In the Brothel of Modernism: Picasso and Joyce
Essay by Robert Scholes, arguing that the brothel was a prime theatrical space for male modernists.
International James Joyce Foundation
Encourages scholarship, criticism, and study of the life, work, and career of the writer, and enables scholars, critics, teachers, students, and general readers to achieve a greater appreciation and understanding of his work.
James Joyce and Avant-Garde Music
An article by Scott W. Klein on Joyce's influence on 20th century music.
James Joyce Annual Summer School
Run by University College Dublin. One of the foremost gatherings in the Joycean calendar.
James Joyce at The University of Tulsa
An image-only slideshow of some of the University of Tulsa's James Joyce collections.
A James Joyce Bibliography
Extensive bibliography listing over 1,000 scholarly books, articles, and websites on Joyce's major works, including Dubliners, Portrait of the Artist, Ulysses, and Finnegans Wake.
The James Joyce Centre
Run by the Joyce family, this elegant Georgian building in North Great George's Street is the centre of activity on Bloomsday.
The James Joyce Checklist
A searchable database of citations and links to publications relevant to Joyce in any language and in any medium, from the early twentieth century to the present, hosted by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.
The James Joyce Collection at SUNY-Buffalo
An online exhibit of one of the most distinguished and archival collections of Joyce editions and ephemera in any library.
James Joyce Music
Explores the musical dimension of Ulysses, Dubliners, A Portrait, Joyce's poems, and Finnegans Wake, with essays on the literary context of the music and sound clips of songs.
James Joyce News
Commentary, resources, and archival information about James Joyce from The New York Times.
The James Joyce Page
Introduction to James Joyce, with essays on Portrait of the Artist, recommended links, and Joyce bookshop
James Joyce Ramble
An annual footrace during which people read out loud from Joyce's books.
James Joyce Resource Center
A reference source on Joyce. Features biographical information, bibliographies, articles, reviews, and links.
James Joyce Resources on the Internet
Listing of key online Joycean resources.
The James Joyce Scholars' Collection at the University of Wisconsin
A fully searchable online compilation of selected out-of-print critical scholarship on the works of James Joyce.
The James Joyce Society
Founded in 1947 in New York City, the Society meets several times a year and is devoted to the appreciation of the life, works, and significance of the Irish author.
James Joyce Ulysses Images
Aida Yared's collection of historical photos, illustrations, maps, postcards, stereoscope viewcards, and other contemporary images related to Ulysses, organized by chapter.
The New Yorker: The Injustice Collector
Long essay explores the question, "Is James Joyce’s grandson, Stephen Joyce, suppressing scholarship?"
Raising the Wind
A University of Tulsa blog providing news and information about Joyce studies and events across the globe.
Read Print: James Joyce
Complete works, biography, quotes.
Trieste Joyce School
A description of activities from 1997 to the present, including lecturers, scholarships and application.
Wikipedia: James Joyce
Biography with information on the writing of Ulysses and Finnegans Wake, plus consideration of his legacy and a bibliography.
Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Includes articles from newsletter and information on events, workshops, and scholarships.
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