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Paul Léon and James Joyce in correspondence with Monro Saw & Co,

1939 June 20 - Oct. 2.

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In Collection: The James Joyce - Paul Léon Papers, 1930-1940.
Description: Termination of Pinker's agency, request from B.B.C. for Mr Joyce to take part in a broadcast, the disk Mr Joyce recorded for the British Orthological Society which was sold first by Alfred Innhof and then by His Master's Voice, accounts from Viking PRess, newscuttings about American Pinker, sale of stock, Spanish and Portuguese rights of Ulysses, OUP wish to include On the Beach at Fontana in an anthology, Samuel Beckett would be willing to do the broadcast for the B.B.C., monthly payments and royalty payments, B.B.C. Northern Ireland have abandoned their plan for a broadcast by Mr. Joyce.
Main Creator: Léon, Paul L. (Paul Léopoldovitch), 1893-1942?
Created: June 20 - October 2 1939
Language: English
Extent: 38 letters.
Available on microfiche; National Library of Ireland, Department of Manuscripts Reading Room.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: JJPL 05/05/09-17 - JJPL 05/05/9-25 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
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Access Conditions: Access restricted. The James Joyce-Paul Léon Papers have been partially digitised and catalogued online. A select number of items can be viewed online (see individual items). The remainder of the collection is available on microfiche in the Department of Manuscripts.