|Main Author:||Joyce, James, 1882-1941.|
Includes pages headed "1. Calypso", "2. Lotuseaters", "3. Hades", "4. Eolus", "5. Lestrygonians", "6. Scylla and Charybdis", "7. Wandering Rocks", "8. Sirens", "9. Cyclops", "10. Nausikaa", "11. Oxen of the Sun", and "12. Circe".
Purple-grey marbled outer cover; grey-greem pain inner cover. Fragment of decorative label on front outer cover with text in pencil: "13A ADD [part of two parallel horizontal strokes]." The covers are detached from the binding and from each other. On inner front cover in pencil: Λabcd.
The sheet with pp. [29-32] has separated from the binding.
 unnumbered pages.
Citations to published versions of Ulysses refer to the Random House edition of 1934 and to the Penguin edition of 1992. They are given in the form: [U (1934): p.182; (1992): p. 235-236].
"The National Library of Ireland's new Joyce manuscripts: a statement and document descriptions" / Michael Groden. - James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 39, no. 1 (Fall 2001), pp. 29-51.
"A first foray into the National Library of Ireland's Joyce Manuscripts: Bloomsday 2011" / Luca Crispi. - Genetic Joyce Studies, Issue 11 (Spring 2011)http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/
Physical description: 1 notebook ; 21 x 15.5 cm.
Indexes: Finding Aid Available: NLI Manuscripts Collection List No. 68.
Originals withdrawn. Digitised images are available online and can also be consulted in the Reading Room of the Department of Manuscripts; please contact the Department in advance to arrange time for viewing the images.
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