Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation online at the National Library Of Ireland,

2014

Letters of a personal nature to Joyce's son Giorgio, daughter-in-law Helen, and Georgio and Helen concerning everyday matters such as health and weather, offers from publishers as well as Lucia Joyce and her illness. Joyce's marriage to Nora Barnacle in London and the Frankfurter Zeitung affair are also addressed. There are also some letters to Joyce's grandson, Stephen, and to the Joyce family in general. Papers on Joyce's work consist of notes and galley proofs from Finnegans Wake and one sheet from a fair copy of the Circe episode from Ulysses, fair copies of poems from Pomes Penyeach as well as other autographs and typescripts.

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Main Creator: Joyce, James, 1882-1941
Contributors: Jahnke, Hans E
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Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
Italian
Letters to Giorgio are written in Italian and letters to Helen in English; material relating to Joyce's works are in English
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Notes:This digital collection is part of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation. It was the expressed wish of the donor, Prof. Hans E. Jahnke (1944-2010), that scholars have access to the documents. The Joyce Manuscripts from the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at Zurich James Joyce Foundation are the property of the Foundation and were published online on behalf of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation by the National Library of Ireland in 2014.

The original collection of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest is held by the Zurich James Joyce Foundation http://www.joycefoundation.ch/site/jahnke-bequest-2/

Original material Zurich James Joyce Foundation, Augustinergasse 9, 8001, Zurich, Switzerland

Hans E. Jahnke bequest was donated to the Zurich James Joyce Foundation by Hans E. Jahnke, the stepson of Joyce’s son, Giorgio. Prof. Jahnke inherited them from his late mother Asta, who was Giorgio’s second wife and consequently his heir.

James Joyce Quarterly, Vol. 42/43, No. 1/4 (Fall, 2004 - Summer, 2006), pp. 17-21

Physical description: 1 online resource (152 items)

Electronic reproduction of part of: Hans E.Jahnke bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation. 1901-1940. 90 letters, 63 notes. In: Zurich James Joyce Foundation

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Arrangement:Fonds
I. Letters from James Joyce to his family 1901-1940 II. Papers relating to James Joyce works: Finnegans Wake, Ulysses and Poetry
Provenance:The collection was part of Giorgio Joyce's estate, some of which passed to his second wife Asta Osterwalder Joyce. It was their wish that the collection be kept together and under no circumstances scattered or sold.
Published / Created: Dublin: published on behalf of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation by the National Library of Ireland, 2014.
Contained in: Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation online at the National Library Of Ireland, 2014
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Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation online at the National Library Of Ireland,

2014
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In Collection: Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation online at the National Library Of Ireland, 2014
Description:Letters of a personal nature to Joyce's son Giorgio, daughter-in-law Helen, and Georgio and Helen concerning everyday matters such as health and weather, offers from publishers as well as Lucia Joyce and her illness. Joyce's marriage to Nora Barnacle in London and the Frankfurter Zeitung affair are also addressed. There are also some letters to Joyce's grandson, Stephen, and to the Joyce family in general. Papers on Joyce's work consist of notes and galley proofs from Finnegans Wake and one sheet from a fair copy of the Circe episode from Ulysses, fair copies of poems from Pomes Penyeach as well as other autographs and typescripts.
Main Creator: Joyce, James, 1882-1941
Created: Dublin: published on behalf of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation by the National Library of Ireland, 2014.
Citation:Hans E. Jahnke Bequest from the Zurich James Joyce Foundation at the National Library Of Ireland
Language:English
Italian
Letters to Giorgio are written in Italian and letters to Helen in English; material relating to Joyce's works are in English
Extent:1 online resource (152 items)
The original collection of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest is held by the Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: JBZJJF (Online)
Rights:By viewing these materials, you acknowledge that it is your responsibility to comply with the legislation in your jurisdiction particularly copyright (where applicable). The digitized manuscripts of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest are published on behalf of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation by the National Library of Ireland. The Zurich James Joyce Foundation owns the original manuscripts of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest and also the digitized manuscripts of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest and makes these materials available for the purposes of research and private study only. Any other use is strictly prohibited without prior written permission from the Zurich James Joyce Foundation. The National Library of Ireland accepts no liability or responsibility for the manner in which the materials are used or the results of such use.