a Directory of resources for James Joyce Scholars


Partial List of Joyce Resources on the Web 

Searchable Ulysses:

Robert Craven produced “a hypertextual self-referential edition of Ulysses by James Joyce ,” which uses the Project Gutenberg text (based on pre-1923 print editions) of Ulysses. The source text is here.


Reginald Webber has created a searchable database for Dubliners, Exiles, Chamber Music (& Pomes), The Critical (& Political) Writings, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Stephen Hero , Ulysses (1986 Gabler text) and Finnegans Wake.


Michael Hanson's “Omnicordia” v. 1.5, a free on-line Concordance Text Search, offers users the ability to search for words or phrases in a number of works including Finnegans Wake , Ulysses , Dubliners , Stephen Hero , “Chamber Music,” and Virgina Woof's To the Lighthouse.

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Experimental Annotations:

Flowerbot uses a chatbot for retrieving annotations for a section of Circes.

Michael Groden 's examples from his work in “ James Joyce 's Ulysses in Hypermedia

Heyward Ehrlich 's James Joyce Text Machine.

Online Annotations:

John Barger 's“Advanced notes” to supplement Gifford.

Additional Resources:

Michael Seidel 's extensive list of maps and resources.

The reproduction of the Bloomsday Evening Telegraph

contact Mark C. Marino for more information