Circe episode of Ulysses /
by James Joyce,
|Main Creator:||Joyce, James, 1882-1941|
Autograph manuscript of the 'Circe' episode of Ulysses, a complete working draft with very extensive revisions, additions to the dialogue, word substitutions and other reworkings by Joyce in the left-hand margins of the pages and with additional sections of dialogue, word lists and other notes written on some versos. [Paris, July-December 1920] - James Joyce's Ulysses: the John Quinn draft manuscript of the 'Circe' episode / Christie's New York. New York, 2000.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts|
Photoreproduced facsimile version available;
Related Materials: Department of Manuscripts, National Library of Ireland. Additional items held by the Department of Manuscripts include the Pre-'Work-In-Progress': Finnegans Wake drafts, which the Library acquired at auction in March 2006;
Related Materials: Department of Manuscripts, National Library of Ireland. There is another collection of James Joyce papers held in the Department of Manuscripts, The Joyce Papers 2002 (Collection List No. 68). This collection consists primarily of Joyce's manuscripts, notebooks and workbooks including his early material, drafts etc. of parts of Ulysses and proffs etc. for Finnegan's Wake;
Related Materials: Department of Manuscripts, National Library of Ireland. There is another collection of James Joyce papers held in the Department of Manuscripts, The James Joyce-Paul Léon Papers, which were opened to the public in 1992. This collection includes correspondence between James Joyce, Paul Léon, family, friends, associates and admirers mainly from 1930 to 1940;
James Joyce's Ulysses : the John Quinn draft manuscript of the 'Circe' episode / Christie's New York. New York, 2000.
Physical description: 27 sheets + cover.
Restricted access. Photographic reproduction available.
Given by the author to John Quinn in April 1921.
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