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Letter : from James Joyce, Hôtel Metropôle, Nice to Paul Léon,

1932 Sept. 25.

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In Collection: The James Joyce - Paul Léon Papers, 1930-1940.
Description: Heat and bad food have made him ill, thanks for letter, tell the Passy concierge his new address, he will return to Zurich in January, no word from Pinker, he has been asking Miss Beach about a twelfth edition of Ulysses for six months, the outcome of the U.S. case has nothing to do with the continental edition, the Albatross man has been sending him many messages and Joyce has agreed that he should speak with Giorgio, perhaps Joyce and Miss Beach could go in with Albatross together as Joyce does not want Miss Beach to sever her connection with the continental edition of Ulysses, get the first Japanese letter, return Yeats's letter as Joyce has not replied to it yet, are there any royalties as he has a lot of expenses.
Main Creator: Joyce, James, 1882-1941.
Created: September 25 1932
Language: English
Extent: 1 letter (3pp.).
Available on microfiche; National Library of Ireland, Department of Manuscripts Reading Room.
Call Number: JJPL 01/01/026 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
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