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DAVID HAYMAN

Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Born, January 7, 1927 in New York. Married to Loni Hayman. Two daughters born in 1957 and 1960.
Degrees from Pelham Memorial High School (1944), New York University (1948) and the Université de Paris, Doctorat d'université (1955).

  • Professional History:

    Assistant de langue anglaise - Le Raincy, 195l-53.

    Instructor at the University of Texas 1955-57; Assistant Professor, 1957-59; Associate Professor, 1959-65 (English).

    Guest Lecturer at the San Francisco Art Institute, 1964-65.

    Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, 1965-73. (Chair of funded Comparative Literature program within the Department of English, 1966-68.)

    Summer Guest Professor at Columbia University (1966), SUNY Buffalo (1971), and Giessen, Germany (1982 and 1995).

    Professor of English and American Literature at the University of Paris VIII, 1972-73.

    Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1973-1995(Chair, 1973-77; acting chair, Spring 1988).

    Visiting Professor of English and American Literature at the Goethe Universiitat in Frankfurt, 1984-85.

    Wisconsin Program in London, Spring 1993

    Visiting Professor in English, University of Coimbra, Portugal, Spring 1994

    Emeritus Professor University of Wisconsin. 1997-

  • Awards and Grants:

    Guggenheim Fellow, 1958-59.

    Excellence in Teaching Award, Texas, 1963.

    Summer grants and two semester research grants, Texas.

    Three semester research grants, Iowa.

    Regular summer research grants, Wisconsin (1974-93)

    ACLS Grant-in-Aid, Summer 1977.

    NEH Fellow, 1979-80.

    Wisconsin Institute for Research in the Humanities Fellow, Fall 1979.

    Camargo Foundation Fellow, Cassis, France, Spring 1980.

    Vilas Associate, Wisconsin, 1985-87.

    Sabbatical, Wisconsin, Fall 1988.

    Research Semester, Wisconsin, Spring 1989.

    Harry Levin prize from the American Comparative Literature Association for Reforming the Narrative, 1989.

    Evjue-Bascom Professor in the Humanities 1990-1996

    Mellon grant for work at the Ransom Center in Austin, Texas for 1 month in the fall of 1996

    Camargo Foundation Fellow, fall 1998.

  • Editor:

    The Texas Quarterly (founding member), editorial board, 1957-59.

    James Joyce Quarterly (founding member), advisory editor, 1963-.

    The Iowa Review, fiction editor, 1970-74.

    Contemporary Literature, editorial board, 1974-.

    TriQuarterly, contributing editor, 1975-88.

    Quimera (Barcelona, Spain), contributing, 1980-84.

    Formations (founding), co-editor, 1984-86.

    The James Joyce Archive, editorial board 1975-79, for the 63 volume edition of James Joyce's manuscripts. I was directly responsible for the Finnegans Wake portion: introducing, editing and co-editing the manuscript volumes and editing and introducing half the notebook volumes.

    Joyce Studies Annual, editorial board, 1989-.

    Member (associé) of the James Joyce section of ITEM (an arm of the CNRS or Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris) founding member, 1982- .

    Genesis: Manuscrits - Recherche - Invention, International Editorial Committee, 1993-

    Papers on Joyce, advisory editor [Seville], 1994-

    Genetic Joyce Studies: an Electonic Journal, editorial board, 1999-

    THE FINNEGANS WAKE Note Books, advisory editor, 1999-

  • Publications

    Books:

    Joyce et Mallarmé, 2 volumes. Paris: Les Lettres Moderns, 1956. Several dissertations and books have been inspired by this work along with a major chapter of Re-Viewing Classics of Joyce Criticism (ed. Janet Dunleavy).

    Ulysses: The Mechanics of Meaning. First published by Prentice Hall in 1970, reissued in paper in 1973, republished by the University of Wisconsin Press in a revised and expanded edition in 1982.

    Guia del Ulises. Madrid: Fundamentos, 1979. (Spanish edition of the above with certain differences.)

    Form in Fiction, with Eric Rabkin. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1974.

    Re-forming the Narrative: Toward a Mechanics of Modernist Fiction. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987.

    The Wake in Transit, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990.

    Epiphanias, Barcelona: Montestinos ed, 1996

  • Editions of Manuscripts:

    A First-Draft Version of Finnegans Wake. Austin: University of Texas Press and London: Faber and Faber, 1963. A variorum (transcribed) edition of the earliest manuscript versions of each passage with critical introduction, notes and a draft catalogue.

    The James Joyce Archive, associate editor in charge of 36 volumes on Finnegans Wake. New York: Garland Publishing, 1978. (I wrote introductions [200 pages] and edited or co-edited 36 of the 63 volumes.)

  • Translation and edition:

    Philippe Sollers: Writing and the Experience of Limits (ed.and co-translator with an introduction of 21 pages). New York: Columbia University Press, 1983.

  • Collections of original essays:

    James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays, with Clive Hart. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. Reissued in paper in 1977 and 1987.

    In the Wake of the Wake. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1978. A re-issue of the TriQuarterly number listed below, with significant changes.

    Probes: Genetic Studies of "Finnegans Wake" (ed with Sam Slote) Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995

     

  • Sequence of interviews:

    Philippe Sollers: Vision a New York (conversations with David Hayman, a compendium of interviews). Paris: Grasset, 1980; Milan: Spirali, 1980; Paris: Denoel, 1983. (translated into Japanese inter alia)

  • Collection of reprinted essays:

    Configuration Critique de James Joyce II. Paris: Les Lettres Modernes, 1965.

  • Monographs and pamphlets:

    Louis Ferdinand Céline, Columbia Essays in Modern Writers, no. 13. New York: Columbia University Press, 1965. An updated version has been published by Scribners in its European Writers vol. 11, New York, 1990, pp. 1859-1884.

    The Ulysses Etchings of Robert Motherwell. San Francisco: Arion Press, 1988. Distributed with the Arion edition of Ulysses to which I also contributed as an advisor. Reprinted in Robert Motherwell, The Collected Writings, ed. Stephanie Terenzio, Oxford U.P., 1992, pp. 282-289.

  • Special issues of periodicals:

    Guest editor, Finnegans Wake issue of The James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 4, no. 3 (Spring 1965).

    Guest editor, Samuel Beckett issue of The James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 8, no. 4 (Summer 1971).

    Guest co-editor, special number of TriQuarterly, "In the Wake of the Wake" (January 1977).

    Guest editor, "After the Nouveau Roman: Opinions and Polemics," Contemporary Literature (Summer 1978).

  • Articles, notes, and chapters in books: Those I believe to be major critical or scholarly contributions are marked with an asterisk. I have included periodical and chapter republications and publications in translation under the essay or book headings rather than list them separately.

    1. *Volume I of Joyce et Mallarmé was first published in four installments in La Revue des Lettres Modernes (January-April 1956).

    2. *"From Finnegans Wake: A Sentence in Progress." PMLA (March 1958): 136-154; reprinted in Bibliography and Textual Criticism, eds. Brack and Barnes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969.

    3. *"Dramatic Motion in Finnegans Wake." Texas Studies in English XXXVII (1958): 155-176.

    4. "Introduction to an Extract from The Unnamable by Samuel Beckett." Texas Quarterly (Spring 1958): 127-128.

    5. *"Notes for the Staging of Finnegans Wake" in A James Joyce Miscellany, 1962, 287-293.

    5a. "Notes for Staging Finnegans Wake," (revised and updated) in James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake": a Casebook, ed. John Harty, NY: Garland Publishing, 1991, pp. 165-176

    6. *"Quest for Meaninglessness: The Boundless Poverty of Molloy," in Six Contemporary Novels, ed. W.O.S.Sutherland. Austin: The University of Texas Press,1962, 90-112; translated for Configuration Critique de Samuel Beckett, Paris: Revue des Lettres Modernes, 1964 and reprinted in Samuel Beckett Now, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970; both edited by Melvin Friedman.

    7. *"Tristan and Isolde in Finnegans Wake: A Study of the Sources and Evolution of a Theme. Comparative Literature Studies I (1964): 93-112.

    8. "A List of Corrections for the Scribbledehobble." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. I, no. 1 (Winter 1964): 23-29.

    9. *"A Portrait of the Artist and L'Education sentimentale:the Structural Affinities." Orbis Litterarum XIX, no. 4 (1964): 161-175.

    10. *"Pound at the Wake or the Uses of a Contemporary." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. IV, no. 3 (Spring 1965): 204-216.

    11. *"Daedalian Imagery in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," in Hereditas:Seven Essays on the Modern Experience of the Classical, ed. Frederic Will. Austin: University of Texas Press,1964, 31-54; see also the translation in Configuration Critique de James Joyce, II, Paris (1965). Reprinted in James Carens, Studies in Joyce’s Portrait, G.K. Hall 1997.

    12. *"The Distribution of the Tristan and Isolde Notes Under `Exiles' in the Scribbledehobble." A Wake Newslitter, n.s. II (1965): 3-14. 13. "On Reading Ellmann's Edition: Notes on Joyce's Letters." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. IV, no. 2 (Winter 1966): 56-61.

    14. *"`Scribbledehobbles' and How They Grew: A Turning Point in the Development of a Chapter," in Twelve and a Tilly, eds. Dalton and Hart. London: Faber and Faber, 1966, 161-175.

    15. *"Forms of Folly in Joyce: A Study of Clowning in Ulysses." ELH XXXIV (June 1967): 260-283.

    16. *"A Mother," in Dubliners: Critical Essays, ed. Clive Hart. London: Faber and Faber, 1967.

    17. "James Joyce's Critical Case or `Conscience' versus `Consciousness'." Philological Quarterly, XLCIII (January 1969): 116-130.

    18. *"A Meeting in the Park and a Meeting on the Bridge: Joyce and Beckett." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. VIII, no. 4 (Summer 1971): 372-384.

    19. "A Coming of Age: Beckett Biblioglorified." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. VIII, no. 4 (Summer 1971): 413-420.

    20. *"The Empirical Molly," in Approaches to Ulysses, eds.Staley and Benstock. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press, 1971, 103-136.

    21."The Jolly Mix: Notes on Techniques, Style and Decorum in Slaughterhouse Five." Summary, vol. I, no. 2, 1971: 44-50.

    22. *"Clowns et farce chez Joyce." Poétique 6 (1971): 173-199. Published in English as "Farcical Themes and Forms in Finnegans Wake" in James Joyce Quarterly, vol. XI, no. 4 (Summer, 1974): 323-342.

    23. *"The Broken Cranium--Headwounds in Zola, Rilke, Céline: A Study in Contrasting Modes." Comparative Literature Studies, vol. IX, no. 2 (June 1972): 207-233.

    24. *"Céline." Iowa Review 3/2 (Spring 1972): 72-81. Reprinted in Critical Essays on Louis-Ferdinand Céline, ed. William K. Buckley. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1989, 158-167.

    25. Louis-Ferdinand Céline, "The Notebooks of Cavalryman Destouches," introduced and translated. Iowa Review 3/2 (Spring 1972): 82-84.

    26. *"Au-delà de Bakhtin." Poétique 13 (1973): 76-94. Republished as "Mas alla de Bajtin: hacia una mecánica de la farsa," Espiral 7 (1977): 69-120; "Um Passo alem de Bakhtin," Tempo Brasileiro, 62 (Julho-Setembro 1980): 29-52; "Toward a Mechanics of Mode: Beyond Bakhtin," Novel (Winter 1983): 101-120.

    27. *"Cyclops" in James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays,eds. Hart and Hayman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974, 243-276.

    28. *"Language of/as Gesture in Joyce" in Ulysses 50 ans après. Paris: Etudes Anglaises, 1974, 209-221. Reprinted in James Joyce: a Collection of Critical Essays(ed. Mary Reynolds), Prentice Hall, 1993.

    29. *"An Interview with Philippe Sollers." Iowa Review 5/4 (Fall 1974): 91-102.

    30. *"An Interview with Alain Robbe-Grillet." Contemporary Literature(Summer 1975) reprinted in Contemporary Literature: Collected Interviews Wisconsin University Press, 1985

    31. "An Interview with Christine Brooke-Rose." Contemporary Literature (Winter 1976): 1-23; with Keith Cohen.

    32. *"Réseaux infra-structurels." Poétique 26 (Spring 1976): 207-220. Translated into Spanish as "La infraestructura nodal de Finnegans Wake," in La Casa de la Ficcion, Espiral, revista 3 (1977): 257-284. Printed in English as "Nodal Infrastructure in Finnegans Wake," James Joyce Quarterly (Winter 1978): 135-150; also reprinted in Critical Essays on James Joyce, ed. Bernard Benstock (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1985, 163-175);reprinted in Critical Essays on James Joyce's Finnegans Wake, ed. Patrick A. McCarthy (Boston: G.K. Hall 1992. 129-142).

    33.*"Interview with Maurice Roche." TriQuarterly 38 (January 1977): 64-88. Reprinted in Hayman and Anderson in the Wake of the Wake.

    34. *"Some Writers in the Wake of the Wake." TriQuarterly 38 (January 1977): 3-38. Reprinted in Hayman and Anderson in In the Wake of the Wake; also reprinted in The Avant-Garde Tradition in Literature, ed. Richard Kostelanetz (Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1982, 176-203).

    35. *"Interview with Philippe Sollers." TriQuarterly 38 (January 1977): 122-141; translated into French for Tel Quel 71-73 (Fall 1977): 22-35. Reprinted in English in In the Wake of the Wake, in French in Vision a New York. Reprinted and at least three times elsewhere by Philippe Sollers

    36. *"Interview with Maurice Roche." sub-stance (September 1977): 5-11. 

    37."Kurt Vonnegut - the Art of Fiction," a mock interview (with George Michaelis, George Plimpton, Richard Rhodes, and of course, Vonnegut himself). Paris Review (Spring 1977): 56-103. (Since, twice anthologized.)

    38. *"Stephen on the Rocks." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. XV, no. 1 (Fall 1977): 5-17. Translated into French under this title and published in a special Joyce number of Tel Quel 85 (Spring 1980): 89-102. Translated into Spanish as "Stephen sobre el escollo mas turbador," Explorations/Illuminations, Espiral, revista 5 (1978): 59-87.

    39. *"Double-Distancing: An Attribute of the `Post-Modern' Avant-Garde." Novel (Fall 1978): 33-47. Translated into Spanish as "Duble Distanciacion." Escandalar 3(July-September 1978): 49-59.

    40. "Beckett, the Reluctant Sitter" (review essay). The Georgia Review (Winter 1978): 221-227.

    41."Two Eyes at Two Levels: a Response to Herbert Schneidau." James Joyce Quarterly (Winter 1978): 105 - 110.

    42."Larva, un jeu de patience, entretien avec Julian Rios." Magazine Litteraire 170 (March 1981): 23- 24.

    ````` 43."Larva in the Wake," in The Plaza of Encounters, eds. Julio Ortega and Ewing Campbell. Austin: Latitudes Press, 1982, 37-43. Reprinted in Spanish as "Larva: Mascara de Palabras," Eco (Columbia), vol. XVI/2, (December 1981): 113-123; "`Larva': mascara de palabras," in Palabras para `Larva', eds. Andreas Sanchez-Robayna and Gonzolo Diaz-Migoyo, Barcelona: Llibres del Mall, 1985, 65-76).

    44."El Archivo de James Joyce." Quimera, no. 6 (April 1981): 31-32.

    45."Revelando la Vela de Finnegan." Quimera, no. 6 (April 1981): 38-41.

    46. *"Surface Disturbances/Grave Disorders." TriQuarterly (Fall 1981): 182-196.

    47."Verbal Violations." Quimera, no. 12 (October 1981): 28-31.

    48. *"Joyce---Beckett/Joyce." Beckett Studies, 7 (Spring 1982): 101-109. Also published in Seventh of Joyce, ed. Bernard Benstock (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1982, 37-43).

    49."Das besessene Tintenfass," trans. R. Grimm. Die Zeit, literary supplement (22 January, 1982): 39.

    50."Plano do Finnegans Wake," trans. Andreas Sanchez-Robayna (extracted from the introduction to A First-Draft Version of Finnegans Wake), Jornada Literaria (20 February, 1982): 11-12 (a full page of newsprint). Other extracts have appeared in the Hungarian journal Magyar Mühely and the French journal Change.

    51."L'histoire de tout homme." Art Press 62, Paris (September 1982): 35.

    52. *"Parataxis and the Shape of Joyce's Fiction." Scripsi, vol. I, no. 2 (November 1982): 79-88. Translated into French for Europe 657/658 (January-February 1984): 73-83 (somewhat abridged).

    53. *"Her Father's Voice: Lucia Joyce's Papers." The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin, New Series, nos. 21-11 (1982): 65-79. Translated into French for Europe 657/658 (January-February 1984): 30-38 (abridged). Reprinted in James Joyce: The Centenial Symposium, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986. Translated into Spanish as "Sombra de su mente: Los papeles de Lucia Joyce," in Estudios Psicoanaliticos, Madrid: Eolia Dod, S.L., 1994

    54."Ob-literate Argumentation: A Response." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. XX, no. 1 (Fall 1982): 131-135.

    55. *"Nodality or Plot Displaced: The Nodality of Sollers' H." sub-stance (Fall 1984): 54-65. Reprinted in Zeitgeist in Babel: The Post-Modernist Controversy, (ed.Ingeborg Hoesterey), Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1991.

    56. *"James Joyce, Paratactician." Contemporary Literature, vol. 26, no. 2 (Summer 1985): 155-178. Reprinted in British Modernist Fiction, 1920-1945, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea, 1986, 109-128).

    57. "Epiphanias-Notas." Diario 16, Madrid (16 June 1985): I, II, VI-IX.

    58. "Las cartas mas Turbadores de Joyce a Nora." Diario 16, no. 30 (3 November 1985).

    59. *"The Joycean Inset." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 23,no. 2 (Winter 1986): 137-155.

    60. "Reading the End of the Wake," in myriad-minded man: jottings on Joyce, eds. Bosinelli, Paoliatti, and Zacchi. Bologna: Cooperativa Libraria Universitaria Editrice, 1986, 269-279.

    61. *"A Fractured Portrait," in myriad-minded man, eds. Bosinelli, Paoliatti, and Zacchi. Bologna: Cooperativa Libraria Universitaria Editrice, 1986, 79-89.

    62. *"Balancing the Book, or Pro and Contra the Gabler Ulysses," in Assessing the 1984 Ulysses, eds. Sandulescu and Hart. Gerrards Cross, Bucks: Colin Smyth and Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble, 1986, 66-85.

    63."Hidras de Saura" (a critical appreciation of the painter) in Antonio Saura: Figura y Fondo. Barcelona: Llibres del Mall, 1987, 93-100.

    64. *"Beckett: Impoverishing the Means -- Empowering the Matter" in Beckett Translating/ Translating Beckett, eds. Alan Warren Friedman, Charles Rossman, and Dina Scherzer. University Park: Penn State University Press, 1987, 109-119.

    65. *"James Joyce Dreamer." Lingua y Stile, vol. XXII, no.3 (September 1987): 419-430. Reprinted with some changes in James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake": a Casebook,

    66. *"Some French Connections." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 25, no. 1 (Fall 1987): 133-144. Reprinted with some changes in James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake": a Casebook, ed. John Harty, NY: Garland Publishing, 1991, pp. 13-22.

    67."Joyce and the Family of Emile and Yva Fernandez: Solving a Minor Mystery." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 25, no. 1 (Fall 1987): 49-58; with Ira Nadel.

    68. *"Schmidt/Joyce: A Case of Possession". The Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. VIII, no. 1 (Spring 1988): 154-161.

    69. "An Artist's Odyssey." Art and Antiques (February 1989): 72-77; from an interview with Robert Motherwell.

    70. *"Motherwell Habla de James Joyce." Diario 16 (17 June 1989): V-VII (12 columns in tabloid format).

    71.*"'Ulysses' and Motherwell: Illustrating an Affinity." James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 26, no. 4 (Summer 1989): 283-305.

    72. *"A De-Symplified Heart: Flaubert through a Joycean Optic" in Modes of Narrative: A Festschrift. Würtzburg: Verlag Königshausen & Neumann, 1990.

    73. *"Toward a Post-Flaubertian Joyce", in 'Scribble" 2: Joyce et Flaubert (eds Claude Jacquet and André Topia), Paris: Lettres Modernes, 1990, pp. 33-64.

    74. *"I Think Her Pretty": Reflections on the Familiar in Notebook B.3," Joyce Studies Annual, 1990, ed. Thomas Staley, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1990, pp. 43-60.

    75. Note: "What the Unpublished Letters Can Tell Us: or, Is Anyone Watching," Studies in the Novel, Vol XXII, No. 2, Summer 1990, pp. 187-188.

    76. *"A Case for the Re-Edition of the Letters," James Joyce Literary Supplement, vol 4, No 1, Spring 1990, p. 24 (4 columns of newsprint in tabloid format)

    77.*"Reading Joyce's Notebooks?! Finnegans Wake From Within," in European Joyce Studies: Finnegans Wake: Fifty Years, Geert Lernout (Ed.), Editions Rodopi: Amsterdam-Holland, 1990, pp. 7-23.

    78.*Interview with Philippe Sollers, "Le roman a la fin du XXe siècle" in L'Infini 44, November 1993, pp. 5-17.

    79. "It's First We Feel" [review essay], 1 and 1/2 pp, of newsprint, tabloid format in James Joyce Literary Supplement. Spring 1994, Vol. 8, No. 1

    80. *"Substantial Time: The Temporalities of Mamalujo", in Finnegans Wake "Teems of Times" (Ed. Andrew Treip) Amsterdam/Atlanta, GA: Rodolpi, 1994, pp. 1-11.

    81. "Retrouver l'impulse" in l'Ane(Le magazine Freudien), January 1995, no. 59, pp.5-7 (triple column)

    82. *"Genetic Criticism and Joyce an Introduction" in Probes (see books above), 1995, pp. 3-18.

    83. *"To Make a List: Two Preparatory Puzzles on the Threshold of Book III" in Probes, 1995, pp.255-279

    84. *"'The Pilsener Had the Baar': HCE's Sorry Case," in Papers on Joyce, No 1(1995), pp. 39-52.

    85. "Raising the Grain of the Work: The Arroyo/Rios Reading of Ulysses," (Ibid.) pp. 99-104 (Review article)

    86. *"Dr. Collins Looks at J.J.: The Invention of Shaun," in Joyce and Popular Culture (ed. R.B. Kerschner ), Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996, pp.89-101 (short version)

    87. "(Re)probated (Re)presentation: An "Introduction" to Ulysses?" in James Joyce Literary Supplement Spring 1996, p.15(review)

    88. *"Danis’s Diaries and Geeert’s Defenses:Refutations/Reconsiderations// Mastering Joyce’s Project/Notebooks// The Rosey Endgame" in James Joyce Literary Supplement, Spring 1996, pp. 17-19 (tabloid format)

    89. *"Beckett’s Watt - the graphic accompaniment: marginalia in the manuscripts," in Word & Image, Vol. 13, No. 1, January - March 1997, pp. 77-86 (Large format two columns) A revised version will be published in Génésis.

    90. *"Attitudinal Dynamics in Narrative: Flaubert, Lawrence and Joyce" in Journal of Modern Literature, Vol.19, No. 2 (Fall 1996), pp. 201-214.

    91. *"The Manystorytold of the Wake: How Narrative Was Made to Inform the Non-Narrativity of the Night," in Joyce Studies Annual 1997 (ed. Thomas Staley) Austin: University of Texas Press: pp.81-114.

    92. "My Dinner with Jacques," lacanian ink 11, 1997, pp. 40-45.

    93. Complete version of "Dr J. Collins Looks at J.J. The Invention of Shaun for I.7," Writing Its Own Wrunes for Ever: Essias de Génétique Joycienne (eds. Daniel Ferrer and Claude Jacquet), Tusson(Charente): Du Lérot, 1998; pp. 119-150.

    94.*"Epiphanoids?" in Genetrixling Joyce (eds. Sam Slote and Wim van Mierlo), Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999, pp. 27-42.

    95. *"Beckett Illustrating Beckett," in Samuel Beckett and the Arts, New York: Garland Publishing, 1999, pp. 199-215.

    96. *"Céline’s Ultimate Focalization or the Two faces of Paranoia" forthcoming in a Festschrift for Melvin Friedman

    97.*"Staging Joyce: the Dramatic ‘Gesturing’ Functions" forthcoming in an ITEM volume.

    98. *"Enter Wyndham Lewis with Dave, Dancing" forthcoming in James Joyce Quarterly

    99.*"Epiphanies" in JJQ

  • Partial Projects:

    "Motherwell and Literature," "Patterns in Motion: Form and Fluidity in Narrative Perception," "Epiphany to Epiphanoid: Preparing the Personal for use in work from the Portrait to the Wake", "Toward an Aesthetics of Ignorance in FW," "IBIZA," "Knowing Beckett." All of the above will be published shortly and/or included in my works in progress.

     

  • Work in Progress:

    Monograph: Mme d'Aulnoy and the Festive Fairy Tale. A l50 page analytical essay on this neglected seventeenth-century writer in the light of modern theory, historical and gender considerations and her own practice. (To be reshaped for periodical publication.)

    Book: Making a Wake (working title). Volume 2 of my analysis of the manuscript evolution of Joyce's last book which will contain original chapters along with integrated, revised and updated earlier essays.

    Book: Literary Sublimina (working title). Several chapters written.

    Book: Contacts with Creators: narrative accounts interspersed with interviews of my relations over the years with Motherwell, Beckett, Vonnegut, Philippe Sollers, Maurice Roche, José Donoso, Christine Brooke-Rose, Juan Goytisolo, Julian Rios, Robert Creeley, John Silber (three segments written)

     

     

  • Some Book Reviews I Still Respect

    Three Books on Joyce. Criticism, vol. XIV, no. 4 (Fall 1972): 401-407.

    "Gerard Genette, Figures III." Novel (Spring 1973): 288-290.

    "Two Books on Céline." Contemporary Literature (Spring 1974): 257-261.

    "Szanto, Narrative Consciousness." Novel (Fall 1974): 87-90.

    "Recent Joyce Criticism, six books." Contemporary Literature (Winter 1979): 96-111.

    "Tony Tanner, Adultery in the Novel." Criticism, vol.XXIII, no. 1 (Winter 1982): 386-388.

    "Mary T. Reynolds, Joyce and Dante." Studies in the Novel, vol. XIV, no. 1 (Winter 1981): 90-93.

    "Michael Bakhtin, The Dialogic Imagination." Novel(Winter 1983): 173-177.

    "Karen Lawrence, The Odyssey of Style in `Ulysses'." Criticism (Winter 1983): 400-403.

    "Julian Rios, Larva." Artforum (September 1984): 96-97. Translated and reprinted as "Imagen y enigma de `Larva'" in Jornada Literaria, Tenerife (11 May 1985): 12, and in Critica (Spring 1985): 5.

    "Postmodern Words: Allen Thiher, Words in Reflection: Modern Language Theory and Postmodern Fiction." Novel (Spring 1985): 270-273.

    "Patrick Healy reading Finnegans Wake" 1 and 1/2 full tabloid pages in The James Joyce Literary Supplement. (Spring 1994, Vol. 8, No. 1)pp. 2-3.

    Jocoserious Joyce by Robert Bell in Modern Philology, Vol. 91, No. 3, February 1994, pp. 394-396.


    David Hayman


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