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Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation online at the National Library Of Ireland,

2014

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In Collection: Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation online at the National Library Of Ireland, 2014
Description: Letters of a personal nature to Joyce's son Giorgio, daughter-in-law Helen, and Georgio and Helen concerning everyday matters such as health and weather, offers from publishers as well as Lucia Joyce and her illness. Joyce's marriage to Nora Barnacle in London and the Frankfurter Zeitung affair are also addressed. There are also some letters to Joyce's grandson, Stephen, and to the Joyce family in general. Papers on Joyce's work consist of notes and galley proofs from Finnegans Wake and one sheet from a fair copy of the Circe episode from Ulysses, fair copies of poems from Pomes Penyeach as well as other autographs and typescripts.
Main Creator: Joyce, James, 1882-1941
Citation: Hans E. Jahnke Bequest from the Zurich James Joyce Foundation at the National Library Of Ireland
Language: English, Italian
Extent: 1 online resource (152 items)
The original collection of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest is held by the Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: JBZJJF (Online)
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