Finnegans Wake Pre-1969 Checklist

This page is the result of work carried out by Harold Ryan.

This page began its life as a preliminary attempt to compile a secondary bibliography of Finnegans Wake studies. It was cut short by the appearance of The James Joyce Checklist website, which does that and much more. The result of the original effort may still be useful to some and is left as-is for anyone wishing to consult it. It is in fact an almost-complete transcription of the Finnegans Wake section of the article "Criticism of James Joyce: A Selected Checklist" by Maurice Beebe, Phillip F. Herring and Walton Litz, published in the spring 1969 (vol. xv, no. 1) issue of Modern Fiction Studies. As such, it covers most of what has been published up to 1968-9 and illustrates the topics tackled by the first generation of trailblazers from 1939 to 1969 (with a few earlier and later items). The only portion of that article which has not been transcribed is "chapters in books" (other than chapters in Finnegans Wake anthologies). Thus you may find below three lists: (a) books and monographs about Finnegans Wake, (b) articles about Finnegans Wake, and (c) chapters in Finnegans Wake anthologies. Enjoy.

Where an item is available online, primarily through the University of Wisconsin's The James Joyce Scholars' Collection, edited by David Hayman, the item's title is a link to the online edition.


Books and Monographs
Author/Editor Title Year Notes
Atherton, JamesThe Books at the Wake: A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake1959Reprinted 1974 with new introduction and appendix
Beckett, Samuel & OthersOur Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress †1929Reprinted 1961 with a new introduction
Benstock, BernardJoyce-again's Wake: An Analysis of Finnegans Wake1965
Boldereff, FrancesReading Finnegans Wake1959
Boldereff, FrancesHermes to his Son Thoth: Joyce's Use of Giordano Bruno in Finnegans Wake1968
Bonheim, HelmutA Lexicon of the German in Finnegans Wake1967
Burgess, AnthonyA Shorter Finnegans Wake1967
Campbell, Joseph & Robinson, HenryA Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake: Unlocking James Joyce's Masterwork1944Reprinted 1961 and 2005 with new introductions
Christiani, DouniaScandinavian Elements of Finnegans Wake1965
Connolly, ThomasScribbledehobble: The Ur-Workbook for Finnegans Wake1961
Dalton, Jack & Hart, CliveTwelve and a Tilly: Essays on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Finnegans Wake1966
Glasheen, AdalineA Census of Finnegans Wake: An Index of the Characters and their Roles1956
Glasheen, AdalineA Second Census of Finnegans Wake: An Index of the Characters and their Roles1963
Glasheen, AdalineThird Census of Finnegans Wake: An Index of the Characters and their Roles1977
Hart, CliveStructure and Motif in Finnegans Wake1962
Hart, CliveA Concordance to Finnegans Wake1963Reprinted 1974 with corrections
Hart, Clive & Senn, FritzA Wake Digest †1968
Hayman, DavisA First-Draft Version of Finnegans Wake1963
Higginson, FredAnna Livia Plurabelle: The Making of a Chapter1960
Hodgart, Matthew & Worthington, MabelSong in the Works of James Joyce1959
Litz, A. WaltonThe Art of James Joyce: Method and Design in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake1961
O Hehir, BrendanA Gaelic Lexicon for Finnegans Wake and Glossary for Joyce's Other Works1967
Solomon, MargaretEternal Geomater: The Sexual Universe of Finnegans Wake1969
Spoerri, JamesFinnegans Wake by James Joyce: A Checklist, Including Publications under the Title Work in Progress1953
Tindall, WilliamA Reader's Guide to Finnegans Wake1969

† The chapters of this book are listed below, under the heading "Chapters in Finnegans Wake Anthologies"


Articles
Author Title Journal Issue and Pages
Asenjo, F. G.The General Problem of Sentence Structure: An Analysis Prompted by the Loss of Subject in Finnegans WakeCentennial ReviewVIII (Fall 1964), 398-408
Atherton, James'Arrah-na-Pogue' and Finnegans WakeNotes and Queries †CXCIV (Oct. 1, 1949), 430-432
Atherton, JamesJoyce and CricketTimes Literary Supplement †No. 2623 (May 9, 1952), 313
Atherton, JamesCardinal Newman in Finnegans WakeNotes and Queries †CXCVIII (Mar. 1953), 120-121
Atherton, JamesJoyce's Finnegans WakeExplicator †XI (May 1953), item 52
Atherton, JamesGhazi Power: Frank Le Boer Power in Finnegans WakeNotes and Queries †CXCVIII (Sep. 1953), 399-400
Atherton, JamesSpiritualism in Finnegans WakeNotes and Queries †n.s. I (May 1954), 222
Atherton, JamesFinnegans Wake: 'The Gist of the Pantomine'AccentXV (Winter 1955), 14-26
Atherton, JamesA Royal Divorce in Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewI (Sep. 15, 1957), 39-42
Atherton, JamesJames Joyce and Finnegans WakeManchester ReviewIX (Winter 1960-61), 97-108
Atherton, JamesA Few More Books at the WakeJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 142-149
Atherton, JamesThe Identity of the SleeperA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Oct. 1967), 83-85
Atherton, JamesTo Give Down the Banks and Hark from the Tomb!James Joyce QuarterlyIV (Winter 1967), 75-83
Aubert, JacquesA Monument of ImproprietyA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Jun. 1964), 1-4
Aubert, JacquesFinnegans Wake: Pour en finir avec les traductions?James Joyce QuarterlyIV (Spring 1967), 217-222
Aubert, JacquesNotes on the French Element in Finnegans WakeJames Joyce QuarterlyV (Winter 1968), 110-124
Bates, RonaldThe Feast is a FlydayJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 174-187
Beechhold, HenryFinn MacCool and Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewII (Spring-Summer 1958), 3-12
Beechhold, HenryJoyce's Finnegans WakeExplicator †XIX (Jan. 1961), item 27
Begnal, MichaelThe Prankquean in Finnegans WakeJames Joyce QuarterlyI (Spring 1964), 14-18
Begnal, MichaelShaunspeare in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Aug. 1965), 3-6
Benstock, BernardJoyce's Finnegans WakeExplicator †XV (Jun. 1957), item 59
Benstock, BernardAnna Livia and the City BuilderNotes and Queries †VIII (Sep. 1961), 352-353
Benstock, BernardJoyce's Finnegans Wake, Book II, Chapter II, FootnotesExplicator †XX (Dec. 1961), item 37
Benstock, BernardAmericana in Finnegans WakeBucknell ReviewXII (Mar. 1964), 64-81
Benstock, BernardA Finnegans Wake Address BookJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 195-203
Benstock, BernardPersian in Finnegans WakePhilological QuarterlyXLIV (Jan. 1965),100-109
Benstock, BernardThe Gastronome's Finnegans WakeJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 188-194
Benstock, BernardMick and Nick in Finnegans WakeBall State University ForumVI (Autumn 1965), 25-28
Benstock, BernardL. Boom as Dreamer in Finnegans WakePMLA †LXXXII (Mar. 1967), 91-97
Benstock, BernardThe Reel Finnegans WakeNew Orleans ReviewI (Fall 1968), 60-64
Benstock, BernardEvery Telling Has a Taling: A Reading of the Narrative of Finnegans WakeModern Fiction StudiesXV (Spring 1969), 3-25
Bernbaum, ErnestThe Crucial Question Regarding Finnegans WakeCollege English †VII (Dec. 1945), 151-154
Beyer, ThomasA Note on the Diction of Finnegans WakeCollege English †II (Dec. 1940), 275-277
Bierman, Robert'Streameress Mastress to the Sea': A Note on Finnegans WakeModern Fiction StudiesII (May 1956), 79-80
Bierman, Robert'White and Pink Elephants': Finnegans Wake and the Tradition of 'Unintelligibility'Modern Fiction StudiesIV (Spring 1958), 62-70
Bierman, RobertThe Dreamer and the Dream of Finnegans WakeRenascence †XI (Summer 1959), 197-200
Bird, StephenSome American Notes to Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Dec. 1966), 119-124
Bonheim, HelmutThe Father in Finnegans WakeStudia NeophilologicaXXXI (1959), 182-190
Bonheim, Helmut'Tory' in Finnegans WakeNotes and Queries †n.s. VIII (Sep. 1961), 349-350
Bonheim, HelmutGod and the Gods in Finnegans WakeStudia NeophilologicaXXXIV (1962), 294-314
Borges, JorgeJoyce y los NeologismosSurIX (Nov. 1939), 59-61
Boyle, RobertFinnegans Wake, Page 185: An ExplicationJames Joyce QuarterlyIV (Fall 1966), 3-16
Broes, ArthurThe Bible in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Dec. 1965), 3-11
Broes, ArthurMore People at the WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Dec. 1966), 125-128
Broes, ArthurMore People at the Wake (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Feb. 1967), 25-30
Byrne, PatrickJoyce's Dream Book Took Seventeen Years to WriteIrish DigestLXXXI (Jul. 1964), 73-76
Carlson, MarvinHenrik Ibsen and Finnegans WakeComparative Literature †XII (Spring 1960), 133-141
Chase, RichardFinnegans Wake: An Anthropological StudyAmerican ScholarXIII (Autumn 1944), 418-426
Christiani, DouniaH. C. Earwicker the OstmanJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 150-157
Cohn, AlanRosenbach, Copinger, and Sylvia Beach in Finnegans WakePMLA †LXXVII (Jun. 1962), 342-344
Coleman, ElliottHeliotropical Noughttime: Light and Color in Finnegans WakeTexas QuarterlyIV (Winter 1961), 162-177
Collins, BenJoyce's Haveth Childers EverywhereExplicator †X (Dec. 1951), item 21
Colum, PadraicNotes on Finnegans WakeYale ReviewXXX (Mar. 1941), 640-645
Cope, JacksonFrom Egyptian Rubbish-Heaps to Finnegans WakeJames Joyce QuarterlyIII (Spring 1966), 166-170
Dalton, JackRe: Article by Thonton WilderA Wake Newslitter ††No. 10 (Feb. 1963), 4-6
Dalton, JackRe: 'Kiswahili Words in Finnegans Wake by Philipp WolffA Wake Newslitter ††No. 12 (Apr. 1963), 6-12
Dalton, JackMusic LessonA Wake Newslitter ††No. 16 (Sep. 1963), 1-5
Dalton, JackHabemus DominationisJames Joyce QuarterlyI (Winter 1964), 10-14
Dalton, JackHardest CruxJames Joyce QuarterlyI (Spring 1964), 45-49
Dalton, JackA Letter From T. S. EliotJames Joyce QuarterlyVI (Fall 1968), 79-81
Davies, AneirinA Note on Finnegans WakeWelsh ReviewVII (Summer 1948), 141-143
De Campus, AugustoUm lance de 'des' do Grande SertaoRevista do livreIV (Dec. 1959), 9-28
Dolmatch, TheodoreNotes and Queries Concerning the Revisions in Finnegans WakeModern Language Quarterly †XVI (Jun. 1955), 142-148
Du Sautoy, PeterThe Published TextA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Oct. 1967), 97-99
Edel, LeonJames Joyce and His New WorkUniversity of Toronto QuarterlyIX (Oct. 1939), 68-81
Edelheit, HenryReflections on Scribbledehobble: A Note on Joyce's Debt to Edouard DujardinThe AnalystNo. 24 (Mar. 1965), 2-4
Epstein, E. L.Interpreting Finnegans Wake: A Half-Way HouseJames Joyce QuarterlyIII (Summer 1966), 252-271
Frye, NorthropQuest and Cycle in Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewI (Feb. 2, 1957), 39-47
Giedion-Welcker, CarolaWork in ProgressTransitionNo. 19-20 (Jun. 1930), 174-183
Giedion-Welcker, CarolaDie Funktion der Sprache in der Heutigen DichtungTransitionNo. 22 (Feb. 1933), 90-100
Gilbert, StuartThesaurus Minusculus: A Short Commentary on a Paragraph of 'Work in Progress'TransitionNo. 16-17 (Jun. 1929), 15-24
Gilbert, StuartA Footnote to Work in ProgressContempoIII (Feb. 15, 1934), 4-5
Gillet, LouisA propos de Finnegans WakeBabelI (1940), 101-113
Gillet, LouisJoyce's Testament: Finnegans WakeQuarterly Review of LiteratureI (Winter 1944), 87-99
Glasheen, AdalineFinnegans Wake and the Girls from Boston, Mass.Hudson Review †VII (Spring 1954), 89-96
Glasheen, AdalineOut of My CensusThe AnalystNo. 17 (Jun. 1959), 1-73
Glasheen, AdalineThe Strange Cold Fowl in Finnegans WakeSpectrumI (Spring 1961), 38-64
Glasheen, AdalineFinnegans Wake and the Secret Languages of IrelandA Wake Newslitter ††No. 10 (Feb. 1963), 1-3
Glasheen, AdalineInstances Perhaps of the Tetragrammaton in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 16 (Sep. 1963), 5-6
Glasheen, AdalinePart of What the Thunder Said in Finnegans WakeThe AnalystNo. 23 (Nov. 1964), 1-29
Glasheen, AdalineSemper as OxhousehumperA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Feb. 1964), 7-11
Glasheen, AdalineThe Opening ParagraphsA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Apr. 1965), 3-8
Glasheen, AdalineThe Opening Paragraphs (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Jun. 1965), 21-25
Glasheen, AdalineThe Opening Paragraphs (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Aug. 1965), 24-27
Glasheen, AdalineThe Opening Paragraphs (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Dec. 1965), 17-22
Glasheen, AdalineThe Opening Paragraphs (concluded)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Feb. 1966), 6-14
Glasheen, AdalineNotes Towards a Supreme Understanding of "Finnegan's Wake" in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. V (Feb. 1968), 4-15
Gleckner, RobertIn the Wake of the CensusThe AnalystNo. 20 (Sep. 1961), 5-11
Glendinning, ACommentary: Finnegans WakeNineteenth Century and AfterCXXVI (Jul. 1939), 73-82
Graham, Philipjaplatin, with my younkle's owlseller (467.14)A Wake Newslitter ††No. 5 (Sep. 1962), 1-2
Graham, PhilipBees at the WakeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 5 (Sep. 1962), 2-4
Graham, Philipre'furloined notepaper (419.29)A Wake Newslitter ††No. 7 (Nov. 1962), 1-4
Graham, Philip et al.Mind Your Hats Goan In! Notes on the Museyroom Episode of Finnegans Wake, Part I (8.9-9.7)The AnalystNo. 21 (Jul. 1962), 1-21
Graham, Philip et al.Mind Your Hats Goan In! Notes on the Museyroom Episode of Finnegans Wake, Part II (9.7-10.23)The AnalystNo. 22 (Oct. 1962), 1-24
Gysen, RenéLinks en rechtsKommaII (1966), 57-63
Halper, NathanJames Joyce and Rebecca WestPartisan ReviewXVI (Jul. 1949), 761-763
Halper, NathanThe "Most Eyeful Hoyth" of Finnegans WakeNew RepublicCXXIV (May 7, 1951), 20-23
Halper, NathanJames Joyce and the Russian GeneralPartisan ReviewXVIII (Jul.-Aug. 1951), 424-431
Halper, NathanTwelve O'Clock in Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewI (Jun. 16, 1957), 40-41
Halper, NathanA Passage in AlbanianA Wake Newslitter ††No. 14 (Jun. 1963), 5-6
Halper, NathanJoyce and EliotA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Jun. 1965), 3-10
Halper, NathanJoyce and Eliot (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Aug. 1965), 17-23
Halper, NathanJoyce and Eliot (concluded)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Dec. 1965), 22-26
Halper, NathanJoyce and Anna LiviaJames Joyce QuarterlyIV (Spring 1967), 223-228
Halper, NathanVariations on a Theme - False JacobA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Feb. 1967), 10-14
Halper, NathanMulberry Bend ParkA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Aug. 1967), 72-76
Halper, NathanOrgansA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Oct. 1967), 94-96
Hart, CliveJoyce's Finnegans Wake, Page 285, Lines 23-26Explicator †XVII (Jun. 1959), item 63
Hart, CliveNotes on the Text of Finnegans WakeJournal of English and Germanic PhilologyLIX (Apr. 1960), 229-239
Hart, CliveThe Earwickers of SidleshamA Wake Newslitter ††No. 4 (Jul. 1962), 1-2
Hart, CliveAustraliana in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 9 (Jan. 1963), 1-2
Hart, CliveThe Elephant in the Belly: Exegesis of Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 13 (May 1963), 1-8
Hart, CliveShem's Bodily Getup: A Note on Some Unused TheologyJames Joyce QuarterlyIII (Fall 1965), 66-68
Hart, CliveThe Hound and the Type-Bed: Further Notes on the Text of Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Aug. 1966), 77-84
Hart, CliveHis Good Smetterly of EntymologyA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Feb. 1967), 14-24
Hart, CliveMore EntymologyA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Jun. 1967), 57
Hayman, DavidDramatic Motion in Finnegans WakeTexas Studies in EnglishXXXVII (1958), 155-176
Hayman, DavidFrom Finnegans Wake: A Sentence in ProgressPMLA †LXXIII (Mar. 1958), 136-154
Hayman, DavidA List of Corrections for the ScribbledehobbleJames Joyce QuarterlyI (Winter 1964), 23-29
Hayman, DavidTristan and Isolde in Finnegans Wake: A Study of the Sources and Evolution of a ThemeComparative Literature StudiesI (No. 2 1964), 93-112
Hayman, DavidPound at the Wake or the Uses of a ContemporaryJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 204-216
Hayman, DavidThe Distribution of the Tristan and Isolde Notes under "Exiles" in the ScribbledehobbleA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Oct. 1965), 3-14
Hensler, Donna"Harpsdichord," The Formal Principle of HCE, ALP and the CadJames Joyce QuarterlyVI (Fall 1968), 53-68
Higginson, FredHomer: Vico: Joyce.Kansas Magazine(1956), 83-88
Higginson, FredNotes on the Text of Finnegans WakeJournal of English and Germanic PhilologyLV (Jul. 1956), 451-456
Higginson, FredJames Joyce, LinguistWord StudyXXXI (May 1956), 1-3
Higginson, Fred, ed.Two Letters from Dame Anna EarwickerCritiqueI (Summer 1957), 3-14
Highet, GilbertThe Revolution of the WordNew Oxford OutlookI (Feb. 1934), 288-304
Hill, ArchibaldA Philologist Looks at Finnegans WakeVirginia Quarterly ReviewXV (Autumn 1939), 650-656
Hodgart, MatthewWork in ProgressCambridge JournalVI (Oct. 1952), 23-39
Hodgart, MatthewShakespeare and Finnegans WakeCambridge JournalVI (Sep. 1953), 735-752
Hodgart, MatthewThe Earliest Sections of Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewI (Feb. 2, 1957), 3-18
Hodgart, MatthewThe Earliest Sections of Finnegans Wake - ErrataJames Joyce ReviewI (Jun. 16, 1957), 25-26
Hodgart, MatthewSome Lithuanian Words in FWA Wake Newslitter ††No. 15 (Aug. 1963), 6-7
Hodgart, MatthewWord-HoadA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Feb. 1964), 1-4
Hornick, MarcelA Page in Finnegans Wake ExplainedModern Language Notes †LXXV (Feb. 1960), 123-126
Jarrell, MackieSwiftiana in Finnegans WakeELH †XXVI (Jun. 1959), 271-294
Jenkins, WilliamTales of a Bayside InnA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Apr. 1966), 20-24
Jenkins, WilliamFrom a Hugglebeddy FannJames Joyce QuarterlyVI (Fall 1968), 89-91
Johnston, DenisClarify Begins At: The Non-Information of Finnegans WakeMassachusetts ReviewV (Winter 1964), 357-364
Jolas, EugeneMarginalia to James Joyce's Work in ProgressTransitionNo. 22 (Feb. 1933), 101-105
Jolas, EugeneElucidation du Monomythe de James JoyceCritiqueIV (Jul. 1948), 579-595
Jones, C. A.Finnegans Wake and Its DetractorsGraffitiI (Sep. 1941), 5-11
Kelleher, JohnJoyce DigestedAccentV (Spring 1945), 181-186
Kelleher, JohnNotes on Finnegans WakeThe AnalystNo. 12 (Apr. 1957), 9-15
Kelleher, JohnNotes on Finnegans WakeThe AnalystNo. 15 (Mar. 1958), 9-13
Kiralis, KarlJoyce and Blake: A Basic Source for Finnegans WakeModern Fiction StudiesIV (Winter 1958-1959), 329-334
Knuth, LeoDutch Elements in Finnegans Wake pp.75-78 Compared with Holograph Workbook VI.B.46A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. V (Apr. 1968), 19-28
Knuth, LeoSome Notes on Malay Elements in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. V (Aug. 1968), 51-63
Kopper, EdwardThe Two Saint Lawrences in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 8 (Dec. 1962), 6
Kopper, EdwardNotes on Two Saints at the "Wake"Notes and Queries †n.s. X (Apr. 1963), 150
Kopper, EdwardJoyce's Finnegans WakeExplicator †XXII (Jan. 1964), item 34
Kopper, EdwardSome Additional Christian Allusions in the WakeThe AnalystNo. 24 (Mar. 1965), 5-22
Kopper, EdwardNotes on Grace O'Malley and the WakeJames Joyce QuarterlyV (Fall 1967), 68-70
Kopper, EdwardSaint Patrick in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Oct. 1967), 85-93
Kopper, EdwardSome Elements of the Phoenix Park Murders in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Dec. 1967), 115-119
Kumar, ShivSpace-Time Polarity in Finnegans WakeModern Philology †LIV (May 1957), 230-233
Lee, L. L.The Mormons at the WakeJames Joyce QuarterlyVI (Fall 1968), 87-88
Litz, WaltonThe Genesis of Finnegans WakeNotes and Queries †CXCVIII (Oct. 1953), 445-447
Litz, WaltonThe Evolution of Joyce's Anna Livia PlurabellePhilological QuarterlyXXXVI (Jan. 1957), 36-48
McLuhan, H. MarshallRadio and TV vs. the ABCED-MindedExplorationsV (1955), 12-18
Magalaner, MarvinJames Joyce and the Myth of ManArizona QuarterlyIV (Winter 1948), 300-309
Magalaner, MarvinThe Myth of Man: Joyce's Finnegans WakeUniversity of Kansas City ReviewXVI (Summer 1950), 265-277
Misra, B. P.Joyce's Use of Indian Philiosophy in Finnegans WakeIndian Journal of English StudiesI (1960), 70-78
Misra, B. P.Sanskrit TranslationsA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Dec. 1964), 8-10
Misra, B. P.Sanskrit Translations (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Feb. 1965), 9-11
Mitchell, BreonThe New Alchemy: Lord Rutherford and Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Oct. 1966), 96-102
Montgomery, NiallThe Pervigilium PhoenicisNew Mexico QuarterlyXXIII (Winter 1953), 437-472
Morse, J. MitchellBurrus, Caseous, and Nicholas of CusaModern Language Notes †LXXV (Apr. 1960), 326-334
Morse, J. Mitchell1132James Joyce QuarterlyIII (Summer 1966), 272-275
Morse, J. MitchellHCE's Chaste EcstasyYale ReviewLVI (Spring 1967), 397-405
Morse, J. MitchellCharles Nodier and Finnegans WakeComparative Literature StudiesV (Jun. 1968), 195-201
Moseley, Virginia"Ramasbatham"A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Jun. 1965), 10-15
Mueller, LavonneA Wind-Schlemihl in the MuseyroomA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Aug. 1965), 13-17
Naganowski, EgonLa Nuit au bord du fleuve de la vie; essai d'interpretation de Finnegans WakeLettres NouvellesXI (Feb.-Mar. 1964), 80-94
Noon, WilliamRoll Away the Reel World: Finnegans Wake After 25 YearsAmericaCXI (Oct. 31, 1964), 517-520
Núñez, EstuardoJames Joyce y Victor LlonaRevista peruana de culturaNo. 7-8 (Jun. 1966), 221-228
O'Faolain, SeanAlmost MusicHound and HornII (Jan.-Mar. 1929),178-180
Ogden, C. K.James Joyce's Anna Livia Plurabelle in Basic EnglishTransitionNo. 21 (Mar. 1932), 259-262
O Hehir, BrendanAnna Livia Plurabelle's Gaelic AncestryJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 158-166
O Hehir, BrendanO'Cannochar, O Conchobhair, ConchobharA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Aug. 1967), 67-72
O Hehir, BrendanThe Names of Shem and ShaunA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Oct. 1964), 1-6
O Hehir, BrendanThe Names of Shem and Shaun (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Oct. 1966), 91-93
O Hehir, BrendanThe Name of HumphreyA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Oct. 1966), 93-96
Paris, JeanFinnegans, WakeTel QuelXXX (Summer 1967), 58-66
Peery, WilliamShakhisbeard at Finnegans WakeUniversity of Texas Studies in EnglishXXX (1951), 243-257
Pelorson, GeorgesFinnegans Wake de James Joyce ou les Livres de l'hommeRevue de ParisI (Sep. 1939), 227-235
Petitjean, ArmandJames Joyce et l'absorption du Monde par le langageCahiers du SudXXI (Oct. 1934), 607-623
Petitjean, ArmandJoyce and Mythology: Mythology and JoyceTransitionNo. 23 (Jul. 1935), 133-142
Petitjean, ArmandSignification de JoyceEtudes AnglaisesI (Sep. 1937), 405-417
Petitjean, ArmandEl tratamiento del lenguaje en JoyceSurNo. 78 (Mar. 1941), 42-59
Phillips, LewisHow To Teach Geometry and Theology SimultaneouslyJames Joyce QuarterlyIII (Summer 1966), 295-297
Polsky, NedJoyce's Finnegans WakeExplicator †IX (Dec. 1950), item 24
Powys, JohnFinnegans WakeLa Nouvelle Revue FrançaiseXXXI (Feb. 1968), 273-289
Prescott, JosephConcerning the Genesis of Finnegans WakePMLA †LXIX (Dec. 1954), 1300-1302
Raleigh, JohnMy Brother's Keeper - Stanislaus Joyce and Finnegans WakeModern Language Notes †LXVIII (Feb. 1953), 107-110
Rankin, H. D.Nogger, Family and the Priapic ThemeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 15 (Aug. 1963), 4-5
Ransom, JohnThe Aesthetic of Finnegans WakeKenyon ReviewI (Autumn 1939), 424-428
Reed, HenryJoyce's ProgressOrionNo. 4 (Autumn 1947), 131-146
Ritchie, A. M.Notae in Programma QuoddamA Wake Newslitter ††No. 12 (Apr. 1963), 3-5
Rodewald, ClarkA Note on the Names in Finnegans WakeEnglish Language NotesII (Jun. 1965), 292-293
Rose, EllenHawthorne Allusions in 'Anna Livia Plurabelle'A Wake Newslitter ††No. 12 (Apr. 1963), 1-3
Rovit, EarlJames Joyce's use of Sidney LanierNotes and Queries †VII (Apr. 1960), 151
Sage, RobertEtc.TransitionNo. 14 (Fall 1928), 171-176
Salemson, HaroldJames Joyce and the New WordModern QuarterlyV (Fall 1929), 294-312
Schlauch, MargaretLinguistic Aspects of 'Work in Progress'Washington Square College ReviewIII (Feb. 1939), 9-12
Schlauch, MargaretThe Language of James JoyceScience and SocietyIII (Fall 1939), 482-497
Sedelow, WalterJoyce's Finnegans WakeExplicator †XIII (Feb. 1955), item 27
Senn, FritzEarly Russian History in Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewII (Spring-Summer 1958), 63-64
Senn, FritzSome Zurich Allusions in Finnegans WakeThe AnalystNo. 19 (Dec. 1960), 1-24
Senn, FritzEvery Klitty of a scoldermeid: Sexual-Political AnalogiesA Wake Newslitter ††No. 3 (Jun. 1962), 1-7
Senn, FritzBorrowed broquesA Wake Newslitter ††No. 8 (Dec. 1962), 4-6
Senn, FritzA Test-Case of Over-ReadingA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Apr. 1964), 1-8
Senn, FritzOssianic EchoesA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Apr. 1966), 25-36
Senn, FritzThe Aliments of JumeantryA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Jun. 1966), 51-54
Senn, FritzOld Celtic RomancesA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Feb. 1967), 8-10
Senn, FritzThe Tellings of the TalingJames Joyce QuarterlyIV (Spring 1967), 229-233
Senn, FritzLitterish FragmentsA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. IV (Jun. 1967), 52-55
Senn, FritzReading in Progress: Words and Letters in Finnegans WakeLeuvense BijdragenLVII (1968), 1-18
Smith, G. RalphIdentity and OppositionsA Wake Newslitter ††No. 18 (Dec. 1963), 1-2
Staples, HughSome Notes on the One Hundred and Eleven Epithets of HCEA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Dec. 1964), 3-6
Staples, HughThe Epithets of HCE (contd.)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Apr. 1965), 9-13
Staples, HughThe Epithets of HCE (concluded)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Jun. 1965), 25-28
Stuart, MichaelThe Dubliner and His Dowdili: ( A Note on the Sublime)TransitionNo. 18 (Nov. 1929), 152-161
Stuart, MichaelJoyce after 'Ulysses'This QuarterII (Oct.-Dec. 1929), 242-248
Stuart, MichaelMr. Joyce's Word-CreaturesSymposiumII (Oct. 1931), 459-467
Sullivan, PhilipAustraliana in Finnegans Wake (Addenda)A Wake Newslitter ††No. 9 (Jan. 1963), 2-5
Sullivan, PhilipFather Finn AgainThe AnalystNo. 20 (Sep. 1961), 1-2
Sullivan, PhilipNotesJames Joyce QuarterlyII (Spring 1965), 232-236
Symond, RonaldThe Third Mr. JoyceLondon MercuryXXIX (Feb. 1934), 318-321
Symond, RonaldThe Third Mr. Joyce (Reprint)Living AgeCCCCLVI (Apr. 1934), 160-164
Tanner, GodfreyClassical Language References in Finnegans Wake: A Philological Commentary with VersionsA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Apr. 1966), 37-39
Tanner, GodfreyClassical Language References (contd)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Jun. 1966), 58-60
Tanner, GodfreyClassical Commentary on Finnegans Wake (concluded)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. III (Oct. 1966), 105-108
Taplin, WalterJames Joyce Wrote EnglishCriticI (Spring 1947), 11-16
Tello, JaimeUn experimento joyceanoRevista nacional de culturaXXIX (Sep.-Dec. 1961), 61-79
Thompson, Diane and PaulA Geometry Problem in Finnegans WakeThe AnalystNo. 20 (Sep. 1961), 2-4
Thompson, FrancisA Portrait of the Artist AsleepWestern ReviewXIV (Summer 1950), 245-253
Thompson, John"Soft Morning, City!": A Paraphrase of the End of Finnegans WakeThe AnalystNo. 12 (Apr. 1957), 1-8
Thompson, WilliamThe Language of Finnegans WakeSewanee ReviewLXXII (Jan.-Mar. 1964), 78-90
Troy, WilliamNotes on Finnegans WakePartisan ReviewVI (Summer 1939) 97-110
Tyler, HamiltonFinnegan EpicCircleNo. 7-8 (1946), 14-26
Tysdahl, BjørnA Norse 'Hundredlettered Name' in Finnegans WakeOrbis Litterarum †XIX (1964), 232-233
Tysdahl, Bjørn and Clive HartNorwegian CaptionsA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Oct. 1964), 6-9
Tysdahl, Bjørn and Clive HartNorwegian Captions (contd)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. I (Dec. 1964), 11-13
Tysdahl, Bjørn and Clive HartNorwegian Captions (contd)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Feb. 1965), 7-9
Tysdahl, Bjørn and Clive HartNorwegian Captions (contd)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Apr. 1965), 13-15
Tysdahl, Bjørn and Clive HartNorwegian Captions (contd)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Jun. 1965), 28-30
Tysdahl, Bjørn and Clive HartNorwegian Captions (Addenda and Corrigenda)A Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Aug. 1965), 29-30
Visser, G. J.James Joyce's Prose and Welsh CynghaneddNeophilologus †XLVII (Oct. 1963), 305-320
Von Phul, RuthA Note on the Donkey in Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewI (Feb. 2, 1957), 47-48
Von Phul, RuthWho Sleeps at Finnegans WakeJames Joyce ReviewI (Jun. 16, 1957), 27-38
Von Phul, RuthShaun in BrooklynThe AnalystNo. 16 (Feb. 1959), 1-22
Von Phul, RuthShaun in Brooklyn (Corrigenda and Addenda)The AnalystNo. 20 (Sep. 1961), 12-14
Von Phul, RuthThunderstruck: A Reply to Mrs. GlasheenThe AnalystNo. 24 (Mar. 1965), 23-28
Wagner, GeoffreyWyndham Lewis and James Joyce: A Study in ControversySouth Atlantic QuarterlyLVI (Jan. 1957), 57-66
Werkmeister, O. K.Das Book of Kells in Finnegans WakeNeue RundschauLXXVII (Jan. 1966), 44-63
Wiggin, L. A.The First Thunderword: An Analysis of BABA-THURNUKJames Joyce ReviewIII (1959), 56-59
Wilder, ThorntonGiordano Bruno's Last Meal in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 6 (Oct. 1962), 1-7
Wilder, ThorntonGiordano Bruno's Last Meal in Finnegans Wake (Reprint)Hudson Review †XVI (Spring 1963), 74-79
Williams, William CarlosA Note on the Recent Work of James JoyceTransitionNo. 8 (Nov. 1927), 149-154
Wilson, RobertJoyce and TaoJames Joyce ReviewIII (1959), 8-16
Wolff, PhilippKiswahili Words in Finnegans WakeA Wake Newslitter ††No. 8 (Dec. 1962), 2-4
Worthington, MabelJoyce's Finnegans WakeExplicator †XIV (May 1956), item 52
Worthington, MabelAmerican Folk Songs in Joyce's Finnegans WakeAmerican Literature †XXVIII (May 1956), 197-210
Worthington, MabelNursery Rhymes in Finnegans WakeJournal of American Folklore †LXX (Jan.-Mar. 1957), 37-48
Worthington, MabelThe World as Christ Church, DublinA Wake Newslitter ††n.s. II (Feb. 1965), 3-7
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Chapters in Finnegans Wake Anthologies
Author Chapter and Pages Book Title Year
Atherton, JamesSport and Games in 'Finnegans Wake', 52-64Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Atherton, JamesFrench Argot in Finnegans Wake, 41-42A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Beckett, SamuelDante... Bruno. Vico.. Joyce, 1-22Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Brion, MarcelThe Idea of Time in the Work of James Joyce, 23-33Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Budgen, FrankResurrection, 11-15Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Budgen, FrankJames Joyce's Work in Progress and Old Norse Poetry, 35-46Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Dalton, JackAdvertisement for the Restoration, 119-137Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Dalton, JackMusic Lesson, 13-16 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Dalton, JackKiswahili Words in Finnegans Wake, 43-47 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Dalton, JackA More Modern Instance, 67-68 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Dalton, Jack– – –, 69-70A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Gilbert, StuartProlegomena to Work in Progress, 47-75Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Glasheen, AdalineFinnegans Wake and the Secret Languages of Ireland, 48-51 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Glasheen, AdalineDilmun, 71-72 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Glasheen, AdalineInstances Perhaps of the Tetragrammaton in Finnegans Wake, 73-74 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Gleckner, RobertByron in 'Finnegans Wake', 40-51Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Graham, Philipre'furloined notepaper (419.29), 17-20 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Graham, Philipjaplatin, with my younkle's owlseller (467.14), 52-53 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Halper, NathanThe Date of Earwicker's Dream, 72-90Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Halper, NathanA Passage in Albanian, 54-55 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hart, CliveThe Elephant in the Belly: Exegesis of Finnegans Wake, 3-12 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hart, CliveThe Earwickers of Sidlesham, 21-22 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hart, CliveThe Geometry Problem, 75-76 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hart, CliveThe Sheep-Tally, 77 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hart, CliveThe Crampton Bust, 78 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hart, CliveA Haka, 79 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hayman, David'Scribbledehobbles' and How They Grew: A Turning Point in the Development of a Chapter, 107-118Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Hodgart, MatthewArtificial Languages, 56-58A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hodgart, MatthewSome Lithuanian Words in FW, 59-61 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Hoffman, Frederick'The Seim Anew': Flux and Family in 'Finnegans Wake', 16-25Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Jolas, EugeneThe Revolution of Language and James Joyce, 77-92Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Kain, Richard'Nothing Odd Will Do Long': Some Thoughts on 'Finnegans Wake' Twenty-Five Years Later, 91-98Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Litz, A. WaltonUses of the 'Finnegans Wake' Manuscripts, 99-106Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Llona, VictorI Don't Know What To Call It But It's Mighty Unlike Prose, 93-102Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
McAlmon, RobertMr. Joyce Directs an Irish Word Ballet, 103-116Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
McGreevy, ThomasThe Catholic Element in Work in Progress, 117-127Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Mercier, VivianJames Joyce and the Macaronic Tradition, 26-35Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Mitchell, BreonMarginalia from Conversations with Joyce, 80-81A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Morse, J. MitchellOn Teaching 'Finnegans Wake', 65-71Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Paul, ElliotMr. Joyce's Treatment of Plot, 129-137Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Rodker, JohnJoyce and His Dynamic, 139-146Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Sage, RobertBefore Ulysses — And After, 147-170Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929
Senn, FritzInsects Appalling, 36-39Twelve and a Tilly (ed. Dalton, Jack and Clive Hart)1966
Senn, FritzDublin Theatres, 23-26 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Senn, FritzEvery Klitty of a scoldermeid: Sexual-Political Analogies, 27-38 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Senn, FritzBorrowed Broques, 62-63 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Von Phul, RuthThe Four Absolutes, 82 (Reprinted from A Wake Newslitter)A Wake Digest (ed. Hart, Clive and Fritz Senn)1968
Williams, William C.A Point For American Criticism, 171-185Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress1929



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