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Letter : from James Joyce, Grand Hôtel Brasseur, Luxembourg to Paul Léon,

1934 Aug. 17.

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In Collection: The James Joyce - Paul Léon Papers, 1930-1940.
Description: Three deaths, the lawyers should make points of the Irish Censorship list, the Hitler bonfire, and the Index Expurgatione, Mrs Litvinov told him Ulysses was banned in Russia as their government is careful about children, the only child he ever heard of reading Ulysses was Curran's daughter at the age of nine, no reply from Forel, his wife is under great strain, Faber should hear about Ver Hulst's letter, answer for Pinker about New York Herald copies for Lane.
Main Creator: Joyce, James, 1882-1941.
Created: August 17 1934
Language: English
Extent: 1 letter (2pp.).
Available on microfiche; National Library of Ireland, Department of Manuscripts Reading Room.
Call Number: JJPL 01/02/079 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
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