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Donovan, Stephen. "Dead Men's News: Joyce's 'A Painful Case' and the Modern Press," in: Journal of Modern Literature 24.1 (Fall 2000), p.25-45.
Duffy, John J. "The Painful Case of M'Intosh," in: Studies in Short Fiction 2 (1965), p.183-185.
Heumann, J. Mark. "Writing - and Not Writing - in Joyce's 'A Painful Case'," in: Eire Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 16.3 (1981), p.81-97.
Hyman, Suzanne. "'A Painful Case': The Movement of a Story through a Shift in Voice," in: JJQ 19 (1981), p.111-121.
Jackson, Roberta. "The Open Closet in "Dubliners": James Duffy's Painful Case," in: JJQ 37.2 (2000), p.83-98.
Norris, Margot. "Shocking the Reader in James Joyce's "A Painful Case"," in: JJQ 37.2 (2000), p.63-82.
Wheatley Lovoy, C. D. "The Rebirth of Tragedy: Nietzsche and Narcissus in "A Painful Case" and "The Dead"," in: JJQ 33.2 (1996), p.177-194.