Tim Conley, Elizabeth Bonapfel

Doubtful Points

Joyce and Punctuation

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    Edité par Tim Conley
    Edité par Elizabeth Bonapfel
    Editeur Rodopi - Brill
    Distributeur Editions de Boccard

    As unusual or esoteric as the subject might seem, Joyce’s punctuation offers a way to study and appreciate his stylistic innovations and the materiality of his textual productions. Joyce’s shunning of what he called “perverted commas” and the general absence of punctuation in Molly Bloom’s monologue are only the most infamous instances of a deeply idiosyncratic and changeable use of punctuation. The essays collected in Doubtful Points: Joyce and Punctuation investigate ellipses, parentheses, commas, dashes, colons, semi-colons, full stops, and even diacritics to explore a surprising array of contingent subjects: Joyce’s working relationships with publishers; questions of editing and translation; hermeneutic and epistemological dilemmas and reading strategies; linguistic nationalisms; the ideological effects of regulated writing; and more. This book is sure to edify and intrigue “fullstoppers” and “semicolonials” alike.

    Abbreviations Elizabeth M. Bonapfel and Tim Conley: Introduction Fritz Senn: Errant Commas and Stray Parentheses Sam Slote: espacement, the final frontier Amanda Sigler: In Between the Sheets: Sexy Punctuation in American Magazines Elizabeth M. Bonapfel: Marking Realism in Dubliners Annalisa Volpone: The Poetics of the Unsaid: Joyce’s Use of Ellipsis between Meaning and Suspension Teresa Prudente: “By Dot and Dash System”: Punctuation and the Void in “Ithaca” Paul Fagan: “(hic sunt lennones!)”: Reading and Misreading the Wake’s “Signs of Suspicion” Federico Sabatin: Fullstoppers and Fools Tops: The “Compunction” of Punctuation and Geometry in Finnegans Wake Tekla Mecsnóber: Diacritic Aspirations and Servile Letters: Alphabets and National Identities in Joyce’s Europe Erik Bindervoet and Robbert- Jan Henkes: Punctuated Equilibria and the Exdented Dash Tim Conley: “Tuck in your blank!”: Antiaposiopetic Joyce List of Contributors

    Book Broché
    Nbr Pages Arabes 214
    Collection European Joyce Studies
    ISBN 13 978-90-420-3901-8
    Type Name