Memory Ireland Volume 4: James Joyce and Cultural Memory

Memory Ireland Volume 4: James Joyce and Cultural Memory

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Overview

Memory Ireland Volume 4: James Joyce and Cultural Memory by Oona Frawley

In the fourth and final volume of the Memory Ireland series, Frawley and
O'Callaghan explore the manifestations and values of cultural memory in
Joyce's Ireland, both real and imagined. An exemplary author to consider in relation to questions of how it is that history is remembered and recycled,
Joyce creates characters that confront particularly the fraught relationship between the individual and the historical past; the crisis of colonial history in relation to the colonized state; and the relationship between the individual's memory of his or her own past and the past of the broader culture.
The collection includes leading Joyce scholars including Luke Gibbons,
Vincent Cheng, and Declan Kiberd and considers such topics as Jewish memory in Ulysses, history and memory in Finnegans Wake, and Joyce and the Bible.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780815633525
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Publication date: 04/15/2014
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Katherine O'Callaghan is an Irish Research Council Government of Ireland postdoctoral fellow. She has taught at University College Dublin, the National University of Ireland, Galway, and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii

Abbreviations xi

Introduction: James Joyce, Cultural Memory, and Irish Studies Oona Frawley 1

1 Amnesia, Forgetting, and the Nation in James Joyce's Ulysses Vincent J. Cheng 10

2 History and Trauma in Joyce's Ulysses Robert Garratt 27

3 "I think he died for me": Memory and Ethics in "The Dead" Anne Fogarty 46

4 A Bloomsday Seder: Joyce and Jewish Memory Abby Bender 62

5 "Fabled by the daughters of memory": Roger Casement, James Joyce, and the Irish Nationalist Hero Tracey Schwarze 79

6 Joyce's "treeless hills": Deforestation and Its Cultural Resonances Kathbrine O'Callaghan 95

7 "Now, just wash and brush up your memoirias": Nation Building, the Historical Record, and Cultural Memory in Pinnegans Wake 3.3 Len Platt 112

8 Ghosts through Absence Ellen Carol Jones 125

9 Old Testaments and New Declan Kirbrd 145

10 Weaving the Wind: Joyce's Uses and Abuses of Memory Justin Beplate 157

11 Commemorating Ulysses, the Bloomsday Centenary, and the Irish Citizenship Referendum Jason King 172

12 "Old Haunts": Joyce, the Republic, and Photographic Memory Luke Gibbons 187

Works Cited 205

Contributors 221

Index 227

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