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Ahern, Tim. "Finnegans Wake", Chapter One: The Illnesstraited Colossick Idition. Seattle (University of Washington Press) 1983.
Atherton, James S. The Books at the Wake: A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake". Carbondale and Edwardsville (Southern Illinois University Press) 1959. Mamaroneck, NY (Paul P. Apple) 1973.
Balsamo, Gian. Scriptural Poetics in Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Lewiston (Edwin Mellen Press) 2002.
Beckett, Samuel (Ed.).Our Exagmination Round his Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress. 1929. London (Faber) 1972.
Begnal, Michael H. "The Narrator of Finnegans Wake," in: Éire-Ireland 4.3 (Autumn 1969), p.38-49.
Begnal, Michael H. / Senn, Fritz. A Conceptual Guide to "Finnegans Wake". University Park, Pa. (Pennsylvania State University Press) 1974.
Begnal, Michael H. Dreamscheme: Narrative and Voice in "Finnegans Wake". Syracuse (Syracuse University Press) 1988.
Begnal, Michael H. / Eckley, Grace. Narrator and Character in "Finnegans Wake". Lewisburg, Pa. (Bucknell University Press) 1974.
Benstock, Bernard. Joyce-Again's Wake: An Analysis of "Finnegans Wake". Seattle (University of Washington Press) 1966.
Benstock, Bernard. "A Setdown Secular Phoinish: The Finn of 'Finnegans Wake'," in: The Crane Bag 2.1/2.2 (1977), p.22-28.
Best, Nigel. Dawn: A Study of the Present Age and "Finnegans Wake" through a Close Look at FW Page 594: One Page Sufficient for Our Time. New Plymouth, N.Z. (Dawn) 1979.
Bishop, John. Joyce's Book of the Dark: "Finnegans Wake". Madison (University of Wisconsin Press) 1986, 1995.
Bonheim, Helmut. A Lexicon of the German in "Finnegans Wake". Berkeley (California University Press) 1967.
Bosinelli, Rosa Maria. "The European 'Finnegans Wake' Study Group: 1970-71," in: Joyce Studies Annual 12 (Summer 2001), p.150-162.
Brivic, Sheldon. Joyce's Waking Women: An Introduction to "Finnegans Wake". Madison (University of Wisconsin Press) 1995.
Burgess, Anthony. A Shorter "Finnegans Wake". London (Faber) 1966.
Burns, Edward A. / Joshua A. Gaylord. A Tour of the Darking Plain: The Finnegans Wake letters of Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen. Dublin (UCD Press) 2001.
Butler, Christopher. After the Wake. Oxford (Oxford University Press) 1980.
Campbell, Joseph / Robinson, Henry Morton. A Skeleton Key to "Finnegans Wake". New York (1)1944; Novato (New World Library) 2005.
Card, Vincent John. Shakespeare and Joyce: A Study in "Finnegans Wake". Gerrards Cross (Smythe) 1984.
Christiani, Dounia. Scandinavian Elements in "Finnegans Wake". Evanston (Northwestern University Press) 1965.
Connolly, Thomas (Ed.). Scribbledehobble: The Ur-Workbook for "Finnegans Wake". Evanston (Northwestern University Press) 1961.
Dalton, Jack P. / Hart, Clive. Twelve and a Tilly. Occasion on the 25th Anniversary of "Finnegans Wake". Evanston (Northwestern University Press) 1966.
DiBernard, Barbara. Alchemy and Finnegans Wake. Albany, NY (State University of New York Press) 1980.
Eide, Marian. "The Language of Flows: Fluidity, Virology, and Finnegans Wake," in: JJQ 34.4 (Summer 1997), p.473-88.
Gearey, A.D. In the Wake of the Law: Law and Ethics in Finnegans Wake. Ph.D. diss. University of London 1998.
Gillespie, Michael Patrick. "'I pity your oldself I was used to': "Finnegans Wake" and the Aesthetics of Aging," in: Comparative Literary Dimensions: Essays in Honor of Melvin J. Friedman. Halio, Jay L. / Siegel, Ben (Eds.), London (Associated University Presses) 2000, p.61-74.
Glasheen, Adaline. Third Census of "Finnegans Wake": An Index of the Characters and Their Roles. Rev. ed. Berkeley (University of California Press) 1977.
Gordon, John. "Finnegans Wake": A Plot Summary. Dublin (Gill & Macmillan) 1986.
Hart, Clive. A Concordance to "Finnegans Wake". New York (Paul P. Appel) 1973.
Hart, Clive. "Notes on the Text of 'Finnegans Wake'," in: Journal of English and Germanic Philology LIX (1960), p.229-239.
Hart, Clive. Structure and Motif in "Finnegans Wake". London (Faber) 1962.
Hart, Clive / Senn, Fritz. A "Wake" Digest. Sydney (Sydney University Press) 1968.
Harty, John. James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake": A Casebook. New York/London (Garland) 1991.
Hayman, David (Ed.). A First Draft Version of "Finnegans Wake". Austin (Texas University Press) 1963.
Hayman, David (Ed.). The "Wake" in Transit. Ithaca (Cornell University Press) 1990.
Hayman, David / Anderson, Elliott (Eds.). In the Wake of the "Wake". Madison (University of Wisconsin Press) 1978.
Higginson, Fred. Anna Livia Plurabelle: The Making of a Chapter. (Minnesota University Press) 1960.
Higginson, Fred. "Notes on the Text of 'Finnegans Wake'," in: Journal of English and Germanic Philology 55 (1956), p.451-456.
Higginson, Fred. "The Text of 'Finnegans Wake'," in: Senn, Fritz (Ed.). New Light on Joyce. Bloomington, Ind. (Indiana University Press) 1972, p.120-130.
Hodgart, Matthew J.C. / Bauerle, Ruth. Joyce's Grand Operoar: Opera in "Finnegans Wake". Urbana (University of Illinois Press) 1996.
Hofheinz, Thomas C. Joyce and the Invention of Irish History: "Finnegans Wake" in Context. Cambridge (Cambridge University Press) 1995.
Jenkins, William D. The Adventures of the Detected Detective: Sherlock Holmes in James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake". Greenwood 1997.
Kelleher, J.V. "Identifying Printed Sources for 'Finnegans Wake'," in: Irish University Review 1.2 (Spring 1971), p.161-77.
Lernout, Geert. "Finnegans Wake": Fifty Years. Amsterdam (Rodopi) 1990.
Lilly, Amy M. "Fascist Aesthetics and Formations of Collective Subjectivity in "Finnegans Wake," in: JJQ 36.2 (Winter 1999), p.107-125.
Litz, A. Walton. "The Genesis of 'Finnegans Wake'," in: Notes and Queries LXLVIII (October 1953), p.445-447.
Litz, A. Walton. The Art of James Joyce: Method and design in "Ulysses" and "Finnegans Wake". London (Oxford University Press) 1961.
McCarthy, Patrick A. Critical Essays on James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake". New York (G. K. Hall) 1992.
McCarthy, Patrick A. The Riddles of "Finnegans Wake". London (Associated University Press) 1980.
McGee, Patrick. Joyce Beyond Marx: History and Desire in "Ulysses" and "Finnegans Wake". Gainesville (Flordia University Press) 2001.
McHugh, Roland. Annotations to "Finnegans Wake". London (Routledge & Kegan Paul) 1980; Baltimore (Johns Hopkins University Press) 1991.
McHugh, Roland. The Sigla of "Finnegans Wake". London (Edward Arnold) 1976.
McHugh, Roland. The "Wake" Experience. Blackrock (IAP) 1981.
McLuhan, Eric. The Role of Thunder in "Finnegans Wake". Toronto (Toronto University Press) 1997.
Mink, Louis O. A "Finnegans Wake" Gazetteer. Bloomington (Indiana University Press) 1978.
Myers, Peter. The Sounds of "Finnegans Wake". London (Macmillan) 1992.
Norris, Margot.The Decentred Universe of "Finnegans Wake": A Structuralist Analysis. Baltimore (Johns Hopkins University Press) 1976.
O'Hehir, Brendan.A Gaelic Lexicon for "Finnegans Wake", and Glossary for Joyce's Other Works. Berkeley (University of California Press) 1967.
O'Hehir, Brendan.A Classical Lexicon for "Finnegans Wake": A Glossary of the Greek and Latin in the Major Works of Joyce including "Finnegans Wake", The Poems, "Dubliners", "Stephen Hero", "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man", "Exiles", and "Ulysses". Berkeley (University of California Press) 1977.
O'Sullivan, John Colm.Joyce's Use of Colors: "Finnegans Wake" and the Earlier Works. Ann Arbor/London (UMI Research) 1987.
Patell, Cyrus. Joyce's Use of History in "Finnegans Wake". Cambridge (Harvard University Press) 1984.
Rabaté, Jean-Michel. "Narratology and the Subject of 'Finnegans Wake'," in: Beja, Morris (Ed.). James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium. Urbana (University of Illinois Press) 1986, p.137-146.
Rose, Danis / O'Hanlon, John. Understanding "Finnegans Wake": A Guide to the Narrative of James Joyce's Masterpiece. New York (Garland) 1982.
Rosenbloom, Eric. A Word in Your Ear: How & Why to Read James Joyce's 'Finnegans Wake'. North Charleston, SC (Booksurge) 2005.
Shelton, Jen. "Issy's Footnote: Disruptive Narrative and the Discursive Structure of Incest in 'Finnegans Wake'," in: ELH 66.1 (Spring 1999), p.203-221.
Solomon, Margaret. Eternal Geomater: The Sexual Universe of "Finnegans Wake". Urbana (Southern Illinois Press) 1969.
Tindall, William York. A Reader's Guide to "Finnegans Wake". New York (Thames & Hudson) 1969; repr. Syracuse (Syracuse University Press) 1996.
Treip, Andrew. "Finnegans Wake": "teems of times". Amsterdam (Rodopi) 1994.
Whitley, Catherine. "Nations and the Night: Excremental History in James Joyce's 'Finnegans Wake' and Djuna Barnes' 'Nightwood'," in: Journal of Modern Literature 24.1 (Fall 2000), p.81-98.
Yared, Aida. "'In the Name of Annah': Islam and Salam in Joyce's 'Finnegans Wake'," in: JJQ 35.2/3 (Winter/Spring 1998), p.401-438.