A PAGE OF WORLD WIDE JOYCE LINKS


A selection of websites and mailing lists related to James Joyce's works follows:


A VARIETY OF APPROACHES


Ulysses for Dummies

http://www.bway.net/~hunger/ulysses.html

Joyce sites on the WWWeb--a comprehensive list of links

http://www.mcs.net/~jorn/html/jj/jajweb.html

IJJF Homepage

http://www.cohums.ohio-state.edu/english/organizations/ijjf/

Joyce Wars--outlines the quest for the absolute correct text of Ulysses

http://home.att.net/~fnord32/joycewars.html

The Brazen Head

http://www.rpg.net/quail/libyrinth/joyce/joyce.brazen.html

Joyce-List Ulysses Readthrough Archive--Notes from a series of MOO sessions

http://www.purchase.edu/Joyce/Ulysses.htm


JOYCE AROUND THE WORLD

"Trieste-Zurich-Paris, 1914-1921" The final words in Ulysses


J Joyce Itinerati Triestini (in Italian and English)

http://www.trieste.it/~nirdange/netjoyce

Zurich James Joyce Foundation

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/3662/joyce.htm

Japanese--James Joyce Trivia

http://www.geocities.co.jp/Milano/3882/z_index.html

Joyce Centre Antwerp Main page

http://webger.www.via.ac.be/webger/ger/joyce/oldhp.html

A Sydney Joyce Web Page

http://www.ozemail.com.au/~caveman/Joyce/index.html


FOR THE JOYCE NERD:


Ulysses , A Case Study in the Problems of Hypertextualizing Complex Documents

http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/~cwrl/v3n1/dgold/title.html

The Cybernetic Plot of Ulysses

http://www.pomona.edu/joyce/other/cyber.html

 


A FAMOUS TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL ULYSSES


Chapman, George, trans. 1857. The Odysseys of Homer

http://www.columbia.edu/acis/bartleby/chapman


MAILING LISTS


One of the more valuable resources of the internet is the mailing list. There are three lists devoted to Joyce: the J-JOYCE, the FW-L, and the FW-READ lists. Discussion on all these lists is considered, with little of the flippancy found on real-time IRC discussions. New readers are always welcome, but don't expect anyone to do your research or term paper for you!


The J-JOYCE list discusses all of Joyce's works.

To subscribe to the mailing list, send a message

with the Subject: subscribe

to j-joyce-request@lists.utah.edu

No information is required in the body of your post.


FWAKE-L offers a wide-ranging discussion of Joyce's most challenging book Finnegans Wake.

To subscribe to FWAKE-L send this exact message:

subscribe FWAKE-L [your name spelled out normally]

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to listserv@listserv.hea.ie

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FW-READ is a long term project discussing one page of Finnegans Wake each week. The group will be approaching the end of the first hundred pages soon.

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