He is the author of Pagan Dreiser (Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2001,) editor of "The Yellow Wall-Paper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman: A Dual-Text Critical Edition (Ohio UP, 2006) and has published criticism in James Joyce Quarterly, Feminist Studies, and The Massachusetts Review, among others.
What does JJQ stand for?
JJQ stands for James Joyce Quarterly
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Essays on Modern Irish Writing', in James Joyce Quarterly, 44:2, pp.
Astrologers, well-read doctors, prisoners, and fly fishing experts have all taken a crack at applying their areas of expertise to Joyce criticism; the James Joyce Quarterly in its next issue will publish an article by a high school student.
Amour, Robert Spoo, and Michael Groden, she served on the International James Joyce Foundation's Commission to examine James Joyce and Copyright; their work is published in the summer 2007 (Volume 44, Number 4) issue of the James Joyce Quarterly.
In addition to leading a Finnegans Wake Reading Group, he has published thirteen poems in the James Joyce Quarterly and read from them and others of his poems influenced by Joyce to a gathering of the Joyce Society at the Gotham Book Mart.
John Lennon--a closet James Joyce scholar who even subscribed to the James Joyce Quarterly in the 1970s--claimed in the 1967 hit song by The Beatles that "all you need is love.
FUGER, Wilhelm, 'Obscured Origins of Imputed Obscenity: On the Background of a Creative Misreading', in James Joyce Quarterly, 39:4 (Summer 2002), pp.
Formerly a Professor of English and the Editor of the James Joyce Quarterly, he now practices law full time and has written extensively on Joyce and copyright law.