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Number 1 - September 2011
 
 
   Contents
 
      Introduction to the first issue
     The Editors
 
Harald Beck
John Simpson
John Simpson
 
 
 
 
In Progress
 
Harald Beck


 

Number 2 - March 2012


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Second Issue
 
     
Joyce's People

  They simply fade away: news on the life and death of an old soldier - Joseph Casey

  [including the next five items]
   [including the next five items]
 That Wonder Worker  Robert Janusko

Number 3 - September 2012



Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Third Issue
 
     
Joyce's People





Number 4 - March 2013


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Fourth Issue
 
     
Joyce's People


 




Number 5 - September 2013


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Fifth Issue
 
     
Joyce's People

In Lunacy of Potterton (Homan Potterton)
Thos. H. Dennany on a spit of land
Freddy Mayer and Joseph Poole's Myriorama
Pat Claffey and the Dublin convents
Wondrous little Tommy Conneff from the short-grass county of Kildare
James Joyce and Matthew Kane (Chris Kane)
Ignatius per ignotius: the short life and extraordinary times
of Frederick Gallaher

1: Making his way in the world
  2: Fred's Brilliant Career with Sport and the Invincibles
3: More practical jokes and international sport
4: Life and death in London
Addendum
5a: The eccentricities of a grandfather: Patrick Frederick Gallaher
5b: Newspapers in the blood: John Blake Gallaher
5c: Gerald and Brendan Gallaher: the next generation
Brunny Lynam the medical student


Joyce's Words

Take me to your subleader!
  (Terence Killeen)
The fifth quarter is the butcher's profit
Fried hencods' roe and mutton kidneys:
these are a few of his favourite things

Molly's taittering lips (Vincent Deane)
Washing off the cobbles


Joyce's Allusions

From Swerve of Shore to Bend of Bay
Edward FitzGerald at sea: Oxen notesheet 17
From Meredith to Mulligan via Moore
   Area: the Afterlife of Opal Hush
Treading water to paradise
Observing from his quaint-perched aerie
Molly's sandfrog shower in Gilbraltar (Austin Briggs)
Lady Morgan and "dear dirty Dublin"
Nothing to sit down on - nowhere to put it
Pantalons Blancs and Culottes Rouges
A pillow on the billow
Two poetic snippets: row me o'er the ferry
and maledictive stones
(Terence Killeen)



Joyce's Environs

The longstemmed Jacob pipe
Bells to call the servants
A tonic for that tired feeling


Gifford Corrections



Number 6 - March 2014


Contents

 

Introduction to the Sixth Issue

     
Joyce's People


Wheelmen don't eat quiche (John Simpson)
'One of Britain's fighting men': Major Malachi Powell and Ulysses  (Andrew Tierney)
Professor Bloody-Big-Umbrella Glynn (John Simpson)



Joyce's Words

Telling crams (Harald Beck)
Head upon shoulder (Eamonn Finn)
The tree of heaven (John Simpson)



Joyce's Allusions

Lincoln, but not Abraham (Harald Beck)
The destruction of the fittest (John Simpson)
Gimlet sounded like poetry with Hamlet (Ronan Crowley)
Mr O'Madden Burke's strong weakness (Harald Beck)
I have sinned, I have suffered (Eamonn Finn/John Simpson)
Can't you talk? (Harald Beck)
And do the brave deserve the fair? (John Simpson)
You're a rogue and I'm another (John Simpson)
Kicking the Pope before us (John Simpson)
White silence in marble (Harald Beck)



Joyce's Environs

Carlisle girls (Harald Beck)
Left-off clothes  (John Simpson)
Advertising names that speak to you: 1 - Bacilikil (Eamonn Finn)
Advertising names that speak to you: 2 - Veribest  (John Simpson)
Advertising names that speak to you: 3 - Uwantit (John Simpson)
Fashionable cobwebs (John Simpson)
In the carriage for Paddy Dignam's funeral: Bloom was right all along (Harald Beck/John Simpson)



Gifford Corrections




Number 7 - September 2014


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Seventh Issue
 
     
Joyce's People

The afflicted mother - two letters  (Terence Killeen)
The anonymous libeller of Denis Breen  (George Bergman)
Then here's a health to Mulligan's aunt  (Harald Beck)


Joyce's Words

The forgotten arm-strap  (John Simpson)
Philirenists: peace-loving monarchs  (John Simpson)
The "charming soubrette" of the stage  (John Simpson)
Unlawfully watching and/or besetting  (John Simpson)
Laid on like the gas  (Harald Beck)
His brain tipped over  (Harald Beck)


Joyce's Allusions

The milk in the coconut - a hairy puzzle  (Harald Beck)
"Is there anybody here for there?", as the railway porter asked the passengers  (John Simpson)
Caught it while it was flying 
(John Simpson)
Beatrice Harraden guiding the thread and Clarence E. Mulford shanghaied: Nausicaa notesheets 4 and 8  (Harald Beck)
What is Sister Susie's Playing?   (John Simpson)

Joyce's Environs

A postcard from Bolivia   (John Simpson)




Number 8 - March 2015


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Eighth Issue
 
     
Joyce's People

  Flynnlandia, or the rise (and fall) of the House of Usher (John Simpson)
1: Introduction (John Simpson)
2: Patrick Flynn the elder and Patrick Flynn the younger (John Simpson)
3: Flynns - the next generation  (John Simpson)
4: The Misses Flynn, their other brothers, and Mary Ellen Callanan (John Simpson)
  5: The Misses Flynn's grand annual concerts  (John Simpson)
6: Echoes of the Flynn family in "The Dead" (John Simpson)
Old Parkinson, the English tenor (John Simpson)
The short but remarkable life of John O'Mahony  (Harald Beck)
Monks, night fathers, and day fathers  (John Simpson /Harald Beck)



Joyce's Words

Altogether now for the ensemble (Harald Beck)
Undertones of the sacred offices (Harald Beck)
The benefit of speedpills (Harald Beck)



Joyce's Allusions

Mr Brown, Mr Robinson, and the average Joe (John Simpson)
Lenehan and the great outdoors: (b)  Catching a cold through an open gate (Harald Beck)
Soap-eating in the Arctic (John Simpson)
What made a crocodile bite the fluke of an anchor? (John Simpson)
A Fuller picture of the Lollards (Harald Beck)
  Pom! he shouted twice: Some Memories of Buffalo Bill (1919) in Ulysses (Ronan Crowley)
Brown sons   (John Simpson)
Washing possible is more than possible (John Simpson)
The green gem of Ireland set in the silver sea  (John Simpson)
The tonic that braces the system (John Simpson)
Fair and forty goes far in a day (John Simpson)
On the Dead Sea, afloat with a parasol  (Harald Beck)

 


Joyce's Environs

Salty missionaries (John Simpson)
A galería masquerading under the name of "Becche" (John Simpson)
Stephen's stroll on the strand  (Ian Gunn)



Gifford Corrections




Number 9 - September 2015


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Ninth Issue

 
     
Joyce's People

Death in Ennis  (Harald Beck)
James Joyce to August Suter  (Harald Beck) 



Joyce's Words

Changing his drink  (John Simpson)
All bets are "off"  (John Simpson)
Hamlet's sledded poleaxe  (Robert Janusko)
 


Joyce's Allusions

An anatomy of Gray's Eulogy  (Harald Beck)
Newsboys and the child-biting bellows 
(John Simpson)
Milking ducks grandmother's way  (John Simpson)
Orphans in the Underworld  (John Simpson)
Puffed and powdered, cocked and shaved  (John Simpson)
Retirement into public life  (John Simpson)
The half-seas-over empire of Britain  (John Simpson)
Musical breakfasts and a walk with the band  (Harald Beck) 
 



Joyce's Environs

Brown-paper suits in fashion  (John Simpson)
The cost of coal from Flower and M'Donald
  (John Simpson)
A missing gent answering to the name of Bloom  (John Simpson)



Gifford Corrections





 Number 10 - March 2016


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Tenth Issue

 

Joyce's Allusions


Joyce's Environs

The crossblind crux (Harald Beck)

Joyce's Ormond Hotel (Harald Beck)

 Swansway: Father Conmee's walk to Artane (Eamonn Finn and Harald Beck)





Number 11 - November 2016


Contents

 
 
Introduction to the Eleventh Issue

 
     
Joyce's People

Joyce's Words

Pronouncing Joyce (Robert Nicholson, John Simpson, etc.)


A mess of four (Harald Beck)



Joyce's Allusions

Did he bring his crocodile? (Tim Conley)



Hanged of a Tuesday (Harald Beck)



Joyce's Environs