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Boyle, Robert S. J. James Joyce's Pauline Vision: A Catholic Exposition. Carbondale (Southern Illinois University Press).
Davison, Neil R. James Joyce: "Ulysses" and the Construction of Jewish Identity: Culture, Biography, and 'the Jew' in Modernist Europe. Cambridge (Cambridge University Press) 1998.
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Lachtman, Howard. "The Magic-Lantern Business: James Joyce's Ecclesiastical Satire in 'Dubliners'," in: JJQ 7 (Winter 1966), p.82-92.
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