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Blanco Outon, Cristina. "Two Connecting Aspects between James Joyce's 'A Little Cloud,' 'Clay,' 'A Painful Case' and 'The Dead'." in: BELLS Barcelona English Language and Literature Studies 6 (1995), p.23-30.
Brown, Richard, "'As if a man were author of himself': Literature, Mourning and Masculinity in 'The Dead' and Ulysses," in: Masculinities in Joyce. Eds. Christine van Boheemen / Colleen Lamos. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2001, p.73-92 (= European Joyce Studies 10).
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Foran, Jack. "The Strange Sentence in 'The Dead'," in: MLN 113.5 (December 1998) (= Comparative Literature Issue), p.1151-1159.
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Gana, Nouri. "The Poetics of Mourning: The Tropologic of Prosopopoeia in Joyce's 'The Dead'," in: American Imago 60.2 (Summer 2003), p.159-178.
Gerber, R. J. "'The Walken Dead': James Joyce's 'The Dead'," a musical play, book by Richard Nelson, music by Shaun Davey," in: JJQ 36.2 (1999), p.340-347.
Gibbons, Luke. "'The Cracked Looking Glass' Of Cinema: James Joyce, John Huston, and the Memory of 'The Dead'," in: The Yale Journal of Criticism 15.1 (Spring 2002), p.127-148.
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Hederman, Patrick Mark. "'The Dead' Revisited," in: The Crane Bag, 2.1/2 (1977), p.29-38.
Hart, Clive. James Joyce and the Making of 'The Dead'. Gerrards Cross (Colin Smythe) 1980.
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Ingersoll, E. G. "The Gender of Travel in 'The Dead'," in: JJQ 30.1 (1992), p.41.
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Jones, A. A. "Linking lost voices: reading 'he Dead'," in: International Journal of Psychoanalysis 80.1 (1999), p.133-142.
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Kelleher, John V. "Irish History and Mythology in James Joyce's 'The Dead'," in: Review of Politics 27 (1965), p.414-33.
Kelman, Edna. "Song, Snow, and Feasting: Dialogue and Carnival in 'The Dead'," in: Orbis Litterarum 54.1 (1999), p.60-78.
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Morgan, Jack. "Queer Choirs: Sacred Music, Joyce's "The Dead," and the Sexual Politics of Victorian Aestheticism," in: JJQ 37.2 (2000), p.127-152.
Murphy, Michael. "'The Dead': Gabebashing in Joyce Country," in: English Studies 81.1 (February 2000), p.41-55.
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Norris, Margot. "Stifled Back Answers: The Gender Politics of Art in Joyce's 'The Dead'," in: Modern Fiction Studies 35.3 (1989), p.479-503.
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O'Leary, Joseph S. "The Musical Structure of 'The Dead'," in: Harp 11, p.29-40.
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Reilly, Séamus. "Rehearing 'distant music' in 'The Dead'," in: JJQ 35.1 (Fall 1997), p.149-152.
Rice, T.J. "Dante... Browning . Gabriel .. Joyce: Allusion and Structure in 'The Dead'," in: JJQ 30.1 (1992), p.29.
Roos, Bonnie. "James Joyce's 'The Dead' and Bret Harte's Gabriel Conroy: The Nature of the Feast," in: The Yale Journal of Criticism 15.1 (Spring 2002), p.99-126.
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Schwartz, Daniel R. (Ed.). James Joyce's 'The Dead'. Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism. Boston (Bedford) 1994.
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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.
Whelan, Kevin. "The Memories of 'The Dead'," in: The Yale Journal of Criticism 15.1 (Spring 2002), p.59-97.
Winston, Greg C. "Militarism and 'The Dead'," in: A New & Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce's Dubliners. Ed. Oona Frawley. Dublin (Lilliput Press) 2004, p.122-132.
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Zhou, Xiao-qun. "A Comment on Repetition in 'The Dead'," in: Nanjing li gong da xue xue bao = Journal of Nanjing University of Science and Technology 14, iii (June 2001), p.14-18. [In Chinese with English abstract.]
Zhou, Xiao-qun. "Looking into the Art of Presentation in Joyce's Dubliners." in: Yancheng shi fan xue yuan xue bao = Journal of Yancheng Teachers College, iii (2000), p.54-57. [In Chinese with English abstract.]