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Joyce, James

Publicado por Shakespeare and Company, Paris (1922)

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Vendedor: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB (Palm Beach, FL, Estados Unidos de America)

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Descripción: Shakespeare and Company, Paris, 1922. First edition, one of 750 numbered copies, this example is number 282. Quarto, original blue wrappers as issued. Association copy, inscribed by the author on the half-title page, "To Lewis Galantiere James Joyce Paris 11 February 1922." Ulysses was scheduled for publication on Joyce's fortieth birthday (February 2, 1922), but only two copies were ready on that date due to technical difficulties in printing the cover, the color of which Joyce wanted to match with the blue of the Greek flag. One of these was the copy delivered by Sylvia Beach to Joyce on February 2, which he then inscribed to his wife Nora, being the only known presentation copy to predate Galantiere's. The present copy in turn predates by two days the three copies presented to Sylvia Beach, Harriet Shaw Weaver and Margaret Anderson, and by three days the copy inscribed to Robert McAlmon, who helped Joyce prepare the final typescript. Galantiere was an American translator of French literature, writer, playwright and journalist. From 1920 to 1927 he was secretary of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris, and came to know most of the literary figures of the day, including Hemingway. In a letter to Harriet Weaver of 17 April 1926, Joyce writes: "I am to read [from Finnegans Wake] . to a small group, this time including . a young American Galantiere who is preparing a course of lectures of Ulysses" (Joyce Letters vol 3, p 140). Slocum & Cahoon A17; Connolly The Modern Movement 42. In excellent condition with light rubbing, rebacked without the folding flaps. With Galantiere's marginal markings in pencil and in ink. Housed in a custom full morocco clamshell box. An exceptional rarity of this twentieth century milestone. Ulysses was published in Paris by Shakespeare & Company in 1922. "The novel is universally hailed as the most influential work of modern times" (Grolier Joyce 69). After working seven years on Ulysses, Joyce, desperate to find a publisher, turned to Sylvia Beach of Shakespeare and Company in Paris. "Within a month of the publication, the first printing of Ulysses was practically sold out, and within a year Joyce had become a well-known literary figure. Ulysses was explosive in its impact on the literary world of 1922. Then began the great game of smuggling the edition into countries where it was forbidden, especially England and the United States. The contraband article was transported across the seas and national borders in all sorts of cunning ways" (de Grazia, 27). Nº de ref. del artículo: 19070

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Ulysses.: JOYCE, James.

JOYCE, James.

Publicado por Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1922 (1922)

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Descripción: Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1922, 1922. Quarto (259 x 202 mm). Contemporary purple sheep, dated 1922 in gilt at foot of front turn-in, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, others uncut; original printed wrappers bound in. Sheep with small areas of wear, purple dye a little sunned and faded on front board, inscribed half-title slightly toned, an excellent copy. First edition, first printing, large paper issue, one of 150 copies on verge d'Arches, this copy number 136, one of three copies of this issue recorded in Sylvia Beach's notebook as sent to James Whitall on 28 March 1922; this copy additionally signed and dated by Joyce on the half-title, "James Joyce, Paris, 27.vi.[1]929". Brought up as a Quaker in Philadelphia, James Whitall (1888-1954) came to England just before the war, cushioned by an independent income. Through John Cournos, whom he had known in the United States, he met the Aldingtons in August 1914. His literary tastes were fairly conservative, but he became particularly friendly with HD, whose lover Bryher was a key financial supporter of Sylvia Beach's bookshop. Whitall never completed any original poetry or prose, but came to make his career as a translator of French and later, for a period, as a reader at Heinemann's. He gives an affectionate account of his friendship with the Aldingtons in English Years (London: Jonathan Cape, 1936). No correspondence between him and Joyce survives, and the book was probably signed for him by Joyce through Sylvia Beach's agency. Though without bookplate, this copy was latterly in the library of John and Janet Jameson, who likely acquired this copy in the 1950s, after Whitall's death. Ulysses was published in imitation of the traditional three-tiered French format aimed at both connoisseurs and readers: 100 copies were printed on Dutch handmade paper and signed by Joyce; 150 copies were printed on heavier vergé d'Arches to create this large paper format; and the remaining 750 copies formed a small format trade issue, printed on less expensive vergé à barbes stock. With its generous margins, the large paper format is the most aesthetically pleasing of the three formats. Slocum & Cahoon A17; Horowitz, Census, page 120. Nº de ref. del artículo: 108979

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JOYCE, JAMES.

Publicado por Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1922 (1922)

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Vendedor: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A. (Boston, MA, Estados Unidos de America)

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Descripción: Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1922, 1922. First Edition; one of 750 numbered copies. Original publisher's wrappers. Minor rubbing and soiling of the wrappers; a little short of fine, but an excellent, unrestored copy. Never having read this effusively praised and influential book, this cataloguer will refrain from plagiarizing those who are actually familiar with it. In a custom clamshell box. All books described as first editions are first printings unless otherwise noted. Nº de ref. del artículo: 27807

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ULYSSES: JOYCE, James

JOYCE, James

Publicado por Paris Shakespeare Press Paris (1922)

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Vendedor: Jonkers Rare Books (Henley on Thames, OXON, Reino Unido)

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Descripción: Paris Shakespeare Press Paris, 1922. First edition, number 550 of 750 copies on handmade paper, from a total edition of 1000 copies. Original 'Greek flag' blue-green wrappers, lettered in white to upper cover. A fine copy, fresh and crisp, with just a trace of wear to a couple of corners and spine ends. Internally unimpeachable, with a contemporary pencil name and discreet bookplate to inside front wrapper. A stunning example and rare in this condition. The author's most famous work and tour de force of modern literature. The first printing of Ulysses consisted of 1000 numbered copies to be sold by subscription. Copies number 1-100 were printed on Holland handmade paper and each signed by Joyce; copies 101-250 were printed on vergé d'Arches and the remaining 750 copies on linen paper, the least expensive stock. Following a disastrous serialisation in the Little Review, it was to Sylvia Beach and her small Parisian bookshop, Shakespeare and Company that Joyce turned. Beach, like Andersen before her, had immediately seen the genius in Ulysses, and wrote to her mother that she might be soon to publish "the most important book of the age". A printer was found in Maurice Darantière of Dijon and publication was planned for October. The printing process was not nearly as straightforward as anticipated, due in part to Joyce's continual rewriting of the text and his and Beach's perfectionism in the printing process. The publication date was continually moved back and eventually 2 February 1922, Joyce's birthday, was settled upon. Copies were delivered in tranches and all 1000 of the first edition were sold within a month. It is now recognised as one of the key works of the twentieth century and the defining work of the modernist movement. Slocum A17; Connolly 42. Nº de ref. del artículo: 33546

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Joyce, James

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Descripción: Shakespeare & Company, Paris, 1922. First edition. One of 750 numbered copies on handmade paper from a total edition of 1000 copies. Thick quarto, original blue and white wrappers. A near fine example, internally fresh and largely unopened, the wrappers not significantly soiled or faded, and completely unrestored. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. This is copy #992, and has laid in the front panel of the original prospectus with the tipped-on reproduction of the 1918 photo of Joyce by C. Ruf. The front panel of the prospectus has been amended, as often, to indicate the book "is now ready," and the original buyer must have jumped at the opportunity, as the order panel of the prospectus has been neatly cut away. Sisley Huddleston's 5 March 1922 review from The Observer is also laid in (though both items are in prophylactic sleeves that have prevented any offsetting). Also laid into the slipcase is some correspondence relating to the sale of this copy in 1972 by Duschnes in New York City. A very sharp example with exceptional provenance. Ulysses was published in Paris by Shakespeare & Company, 1922. It was a struggle for the author to find a publisher, a comic irony considering that Ulysses is "[u]niversally hailed as the most influential work of modern times" (Grolier Joyce 69). Ulysses was an immediate success. The first printing sold out, and "within a year Joyce had become a well-known literary figure. Ulysses was explosive in its impact on the literary world of 1922" (de Grazia, 27). Even so, the book faced difficulties in global reception. It was banned in the U.K. and was prosecuted for the obscenity in the Nausicaa episode (Ellmann, 1982). Joyce's inspiration for the novel began as a young boy reading Charles Lamb's Adventures of Ulysses and writing an essay entitled "My Favorite Hero" after being impressed by the wholeness of the character (Goreman, 1939). The idea for the novel grew from a story in Dubliners in 1906, which Joyce expanded into a short book in 1907, before reconceptualizing it as the heady novel in 1914 (Ellmann, 1982). The book can initially seem unstructured and chaotic, and Joyce admitted that he "put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant" (The Observer, 2000). The French translator Stuart Gilbert published a defense of Ulysses shortly after its publication in which he supported the novel's use of obscenity and explained its internal structure and links to the Odyssey against accusations of ambiguity. Every episode, Gilbert explained, is connected to the Odyssey by theme, technique, and correspondence between characters. Another instance of Ulysses' literary contribution is his use of stream-of-consciousness, a technique employing carefully structured prose, both humorous and charactering, and involving puns and parodies. Joyce was a precursor to the use of stream of consciousness in the later decades. Similar narrative techniques were used by his contemporaries Virginia Wolfe, William Faulkner, and Italo Svevo. Their style can be better characterized as an "interior monologue, rather than stream of consciousness, is the appropriate term for the style in which [subjective experience] is recorded, both in The Waves and in Woolf's writing generally" (Stevenson, 1992). Nº de ref. del artículo: 3053

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Ulysses.: JOYCE, James.

JOYCE, James.

Publicado por Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1922 (1922)

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Descripción: Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1922, 1922. Small quarto (233 x 178 mm). Contemporary blue half morocco with the original wrappers bound-in, decorative gilt spine, blue linen sides, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Housed in a custom made blue cloth solander box, red calf label. Joints rubbed but professionally refurbished; bound without the final blank. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing, number 795 from a total edition of 1,000 copies, one of 750 copies on vergé à barbes. Signed by Joyce on the blank before the half-title: "James Joyce, Paris, 26 February 1924". At this time Joyce was already at work on Finnegans Wake and on the previous day (25 February) had penned a postcard to Ford Madox Ford asking "can you please let me have my typescript back and the first proofs?"; Ford, editing the transatlantic review, was to publish the first fragment in the April 1924 issue (see Richard Ellmann, Letters of James Joyce, vol. III, 1966, p. 89). Ulysses was published on 2 February 1922 in imitation of the traditional three-tiered French format aimed at both connoisseurs and readers: 100 copies were printed on Dutch handmade paper and signed by Joyce; 150 copies were printed on heavier vergé d'Arches to create a large paper format; and the remaining 750 copies formed a small format trade issue, printed on less expensive vergé à barbes stock. Slocum & Cahoon A17. Nº de ref. del artículo: 113181

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Ulysses: JOYCE, James

JOYCE, James

Publicado por Shakespeare & Co, Paris (1922)

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Vendedor: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB (New York, NY, Estados Unidos de America)

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Descripción: Shakespeare & Co, Paris, 1922. paperback. Condición: near fine. First. Thick large 8vo, original blue wrappers printed in white. Preserved in a 1/4 red morocco slipcase. Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1922. First edition. From a total printing of 1000, this is one of 750 copies on handmade paper. A fresh copy with only very small chips where the wrappers meet the spine; completely un-restored. Number 507 of 1000 numbered copies. S & C. A17. Nº de ref. del artículo: 206207

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Ulysses (One of 750 copies Signed by: Joyce, James (Signed)

Joyce, James (Signed)

Publicado por Shakespeare and Company (1922)

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Descripción: Shakespeare and Company, 1922. Hardcover. Condición: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Specially bound in full leather in 2 volumes. This is number 389 of a the special 750 copies printed on handmade, laid paper. Signed and dated in ink by James Joyce: "James Joyce, Paris, 9. ix. 1924" on the front endpaper following the front blue wrapper. Joyce's Signature has been authenticated by Glenn Horowitz of NYC. Volume I contains 370 pages. Volume II begins on page 371 and and ends on p. 732 with the "Trieste-Zurich-Paris, 1914-1921" dateline. The next page is printed in capital letters: "Printed for Sylvia Beach by Maurice Darantiere at Dijon, France." The rear wrapper is not present at the end of volume two. Both volumes have been specially bound in full leather with 4 gilt rectangular rules and a delicate inner rectangle of hand-tooled chain patterns culminating in larger floral designs at the inside corners of the front and rear boards. Both front boards bear the name of "JOAN" in vertical gilt capital letters. The spine of volume I is missing 6" of the 9.5" of the spine length, but the top portion with "I" is present. The front blue wrapper printed in White with "Ulysses" by James Joyce is clean and crisp, as is the text throughout volumes one and two. The top edges are gilded. And there are predominantly orange and grey marbled endpapers. There is hand-tooled dentelle gilding along the front and rear inside edges of the boards as well. Both volumes have some pencil scrawlings on the front endpapers, but nothing affecting the text. Despite the unusual two-volume format and the missing rear wrapper, modern first edition authority Allen Ahearn opined that this signed and dated copy in Joyce's hand of one of the 750 specially printed first editions is perhaps as scarce as one of the 100 signed copies, given that none of the 750 copies was issued with Joyce's signature. This copy was signed and dated two years after publication in 1924. This edition is limited to 1000 copies: 100 copies (signed) on Dutch handmade paper numbered from 1 to 100; 150 copies on vergé d'Arches numbered from 101 to 250; 750 copies on handmade paper numbered from 251 to 1000. This is copy No. 389. "The publisher asks the reader’s indulgence for typographical errors unavoidable in the exceptional circumstances. S.B." In a review in The Dial, T.S. Eliot said of Ulysses: "I hold this book to be the most important expression which the present age has found; it is a book to which we are all indebted, and from which none of us can escape." He went on to claim that Joyce was not at fault if people after him did not understand it: "The next generation is responsible for its own soul; a man of genius is responsible to his peers, not to a studio full of uneducated and undisciplined coxcombs." The book has its critics; Virginia Woolf stated that "Ulysses was a memorable catastrophe—immense in daring, terrific in disaster." Ulysses has been called "the most prominent landmark in modernist literature", a work where life's complexities are depicted with "unprecedented, and unequalled, linguistic and stylistic virtuosity." That style has been stated to be the finest example of the use of stream-of-consciousness in modern fiction, with the author going deeper and farther than any other novelist in handling interior monologue. This technique has been praised for its faithful representation of the flow of thought, feeling, mental reflection, and shifts of mood. (Wikipedia) First Edition, One of 750 numbered copies. Signed by Author(s). Nº de ref. del artículo: 310

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Ulysses: JOYCE, JAMES

JOYCE, JAMES

Publicado por Shakespeare & Company, Paris (1922)

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Descripción: Shakespeare & Company, Paris, 1922. First edition - one of 750 numbered copies on hand-made paper of a total edition of 1,000. Some restoration of paper to the spine, light soiling to wrappers but a very good copy in solander cloth case. Nº de ref. del artículo: 659

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JOYCE, JAMES

Publicado por Shakespeare & Co., Paris (1922)

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Descripción: Shakespeare & Co., Paris, 1922. Leather (wraps Bound in ). Condición: VG+. Estado de la sobrecubierta: VG+. 1st Edition. Full gilt lettered turquoise leather with the original turquoise wraps bound in. Housed in matching clamshell box. This is the first edition limited to 750 copies on handmade paper of which this is #629. The wraps are complete (minus spine) with some scuffing and minor marking to them. Otherwise a very sharp clean copy attractively rebound. The most influential, if not the greatest, novel of the 20th century by the greatest of all wordsmiths published by the adoring Sylvia Beach at Shakespeare and Co. Joyce was the only author she ever published. What a choice! Size: 8vo. Nº de ref. del artículo: 20837

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JOYCE, James

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Descripción: Shakespeare & Co, Paris, 1922. paperback. Condición: very good(-). Limited. Thick large 8vo, original blue wrappers printed in white. Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1922. First edition. From a total printing of 1000, this is one of only 150 large paper copies on verge d'Arches, measuring 10.375 x 8.9375 inches. Housed in a blue half morocco clam-shell case. A large, uncut copy in original wrappers, paper lacking from the spine and with small chips at the joints; faint discoloration on copyright and limitation pages from old paper once laid in; a handful of other pages with brownish spatter. Number 174 of 1000 numbered copies. Although the series of 750 were numbered 251- 1000 they were actually printed first. The series of 100 was done next, and the large format run last. Because of the larger format the printer had to reimpose the forms, which gave Joyce the opportunity to correct one typo, "borad" to "board" on p. 31, l. 10. S & C. A17. Nº de ref. del artículo: 233256

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Ulysses (First edition - Large Paper copy): Joyce, James

Joyce, James

Publicado por Shakespeare and Company, Paris (1922)

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Descripción: Shakespeare and Company, Paris, 1922. Condición: Fine. First Edition. Exquisitely bound in full navy morocco by the Chelsea bindery. Gilt details on the boards, spine and turn ins, top edge gilt, silk moire end papers and paste-downs, original front wrapper bound in. One of 150 large paper copies, this copy number 231, originally sold to John Clark. Binding Fine. Internal contents are generally in excellent condition, a bit of toning to the front wrapper and the ocassional marginal spot.Joyce's masterwork of modernism, one of the great books of the 20th century. Though it follows a single day in the life of Dubliner Leopold Bloom - June 16th, a day which has since become a worldwide holiday - Ulysses' complex structure is actually inspired by Homer's Odyssey. The book's stream of consciousness prose and its experimental nature were groundbreaking, and many of the techniques Joyce used have since become standard fare. Ulysses took Joyce over seven years to write, and the story of its publication became an epic in itself. The work was first released in serial from 1918 to 1920 in the magazine "The Little Review," and published in Paris in a limited first edition in 1922 by Sylvia Beach, the owner of the Shakespeare and Company bookstore. It was not, however, released in the UK and United States, where the book had quickly been banned. In fact, copies were smuggled into both countries until a landmark obscenity trial cleared the book for American publication in 1934. Joyce claimed that he "put in so many enigmas and puzzles [into Ulysses] that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that's the only way of insuring one's immortality." Time has certainly proven him correct. "Ulysses is the most important contribution that has been made to fictional literature in the twentieth century. It will immortalize its author with the same certainty that Gargantua and Pantagruel immortalized Rabelais, and "The Brothers Karamazov" Dostoevsky. It is likely that there is no one writing English today that could parallel Joyce's feat." (Contemporary NY Times Review, 1922). Slocum and Cahoon A17. Fine. Nº de ref. del artículo: 2169

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Ulysses.: JOYCE, James.

JOYCE, James.

Publicado por Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1922 (1922)

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Descripción: Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1922, 1922. Quarto in eights. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in greenish blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, twin rule to boards gilt, Greek key to turn-ins gilt, japan vellum doublures, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Housed in a matching leather entry slipcase. A fine copy. First edition, first printing, number 164 of 150 large paper copies numbered between 101 and 250. Ulysses was published in imitation of the traditional three-tiered French format aimed at both connoisseurs and readers: 100 copies were printed on Dutch handmade paper and signed by Joyce; 150 copies were printed on heavier vergé d'Arches to create this large paper format; and the remaining 750 copies formed a small format trade issue, printed on less expensive vergé à barbes stock. With its generous margins, the large paper issue is the most aesthetically pleasing of the three. Nº de ref. del artículo: 103479

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JOYCE. JAMES.

Publicado por Shakespeare and Company. Paris. 1922 (1922)

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Descripción: Shakespeare and Company. Paris. 1922, 1922. Hardcover. Condición: Near Fine. 1st Edition. FIRST EDITION. Number 811 of a limited edition of 1,000 copies and one of 750 copies printed on handmade paper. There were 100 signed copies on thicker Dutch handmade paper numbered 1 - 100 and 150 large paper copies on verge d'Arches numbered 101 - 250 in addition to the 750 copies on handmade paper. Small quarto (235 x 185 mm). Contemporary blue half morocco, spine gilt in compartments with titles direct, blue cloth sides ruled in gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, marbled endpapers. Extremities very lightly rubbed, endleaves a little finger-marked. An excellent copy in an attractive binding. Nº de ref. del artículo: 9143

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Ulysses.: JOYCE, James.

JOYCE, James.

Publicado por Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1922 (1922)

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Descripción: Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1922, 1922. Quarto (235 x 185 mm) in eights. Contemporary blue half morocco, spine gilt in compartments with titles direct, blue cloth sides ruled in gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, marbled endpapers. Extremities very lightly rubbed, endleaves a little finger-marked. An excellent copy in an attractive binding. First edition, first impression. One of 750 copies printed on handmade paper, this number 811. Of the edition of 1,000 copies, in addition to the 750 copies on handmade paper, there were 100 signed copies on thicker Dutch handmade paper numbered 1-100 and 150 large paper copies on vergé d'Arches numbered 101-250. Slocum & Cahoon A17. Nº de ref. del artículo: 96666

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Joyce, James

Publicado por Shakespeare & Co: Paris (1922)

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Vendedor: John K King Used & Rare Books (Detroit, MI, Estados Unidos de America)

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Descripción: Shakespeare & Co: Paris, 1922. Hardcover. Condición: Very Good. 1st Edition. 9.5 x 7.25, full leather, 732 pp, bound with original wrappers inserted, covers worn esp at extremities, inner hinges reinforced, front wrap abraded at gutter from poor glue job, pp a bit yellowed else a nice copy of the FIRST (TRADE) ED, LIMITED TO 750 NUMBERED COPIES. Nº de ref. del artículo: 96-7319

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Joyce, James.

Publicado por Shakespeare & Co, Paris (1922)

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Descripción: Shakespeare & Co, Paris, 1922. Condición: Vg. First edition. The Novel of the 20th Century. p.p. 733. Royal 8vo. Number 734 of 750 copies on hand made paper. Bound in half green morocco, marbled boards by Maltbys of Oxford with their gilt signature. The original blue front wrapper bound in on which a previous less than enthusiastic owner had written "A Pornographic Bible". James Joyce's masterpiece celebrating the events of one day (16th June 1904) in the lives of three Dubliners and modelled on characters in Homer's Odyssey. The choice of June 16, 1904 was later revealed by Joyce as the day "Nora made me a man" and by setting Ulysses on this date he provided the most eloquent if indirect tribute to Nora, a recognition of the determining effect upon his life of his attachment to her. A copy of the First Edition of Ulysses should be essential for any top quality Irish library and at a lower price to a signed Harry Potter novel is not excessive. Nº de ref. del artículo: 331_12

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JOYCE James BEACH Sylvia

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Descripción: 1922. (BEACH, Sylvia) JOYCE, James. Printer's advertisement for Ulysses. Paris: Shakespeare and Company, circa 1931. Single printed sheet, measuring 5-1/2 by 5 inches. $13,500.Original Shakespeare and Company printer's advertisement for the works of James Joyce, annotated at length on the verso by Sylvia Beach listing the publication and availability of the first three parts of Finnegans Wake while still under the working title Works in Progress.After working seven years on Ulysses, Joyce, desperate to find a publisher, turned to Sylvia Beach of Shakespeare and Company in Paris. "Within a month of the publication, the first printing of Ulysses was practically sold out, and within a year Joyce had become a well-known literary figure" (de Grazia, 27). From that point forward, Beach represented Joyce and his work in nearly every capacity, " facing down outraged critics, legal rulings and printers who refused to take on Joyce's work" (British Library). This printer's advertisement reflects Beach's lifelong commitment to promoting Joyce's work, including through the writing of Finnegans Wake, seen here when it was still Work in Progress. The lengthy notations cover the verso and are entirely in Beach's hand: "1st fragment of 'Work in Progress' published in New York by Crosby Gage 1928 Anna Livia Plurabelle (from part I) 650 copies all signed. 2nd fragment Tales Told of Shem & Shaun (from part II) The Black Sun Press, Paris 1929. 3rd fragment Babou & Kahane, Paris 1930 Haveth Childers Everywhere from part III. Parts I and III and a small section of part II of Work in Progress appeared in the review Transition Nos 1-8 and III to 15." Interestingly, Finnegans Wake led to the undoing of Beach and her bookshop. Shakespeare and Company "closed in December 1941, when a Nazi officer threatened to confiscate the stock of the bookshop if Sylvia did not sell him her only copy of the novel" (Fitch, 393). Beach had endured a downturn in business, hiding her stock from the Nazis, the deaths of her husband and James Joyce. Ultimately, she could not endure the perversion of Joyce's legacy. This printer's advertisement represents the twilight years of Joyce's brilliant career, before he succumbed to illness and disability, when the possibilities of Finnegans Wake, still unfinished, seemed limitless and Sylvia Beach had no reason to believe her reign as the most powerful literary figure in Paris would ever end. Small repricing overlay reading "Frs. 12" on recto. Printed telephone number on recto crossed out with new number neatly stamped below. Two annotations in an unknown hand: [below Ulysses] "in paper covers cloth binding" and [below Pomes Penyeach] "(out of print)."About-fine condition. Nº de ref. del artículo: 107857

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Ulysses.: JOYCE, James.

JOYCE, James.

Publicado por Paris John Rodker London for the Egoist Press (1922)

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Descripción: Paris John Rodker London for the Egoist Press, 1922. First English edition (printed in France), number 901 of 2,000 copies on handmade paper, small 4to., original blue wrappers printed in white, unopened, original 8-page errata and Shakespeare & Co./Sylvia Beach prospectus loosely inserted, preserved together in matching morocco-backed drop-back box. A superb, unopened copy of the first English edition of Ulysses by James Joyce, printed from the same Dijon plates as the Paris edition of seven months earlier. This edition was produced at the bequest of Joyce's patron Harriet Weaver, who had become increasingly frustrated in her efforts to find an English printer; it was primarily distributed by John Rodker and Ezra Pound, working from Paris. According to Slocum & Cahoon, of the 2,000 copies from the first edition plates approximately 500 were sent to America and subsequently destroyed by government censorship representatives. The resultant uniformity with the original Paris edition combined with the superior condition of this copy makes it perfect for collectors of Joyce who are looking for this the pre-eminent title in his literary canon. Slocum & Cahoon A18. Nº de ref. del artículo: 98345

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Ulysses: Joyce, James

Joyce, James

Publicado por Shakespeare and Company, Paris (1922)

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Descripción: Shakespeare and Company, Paris, 1922. Paperback. Condición: good. First Edition. 1st edition, 1st issue of 750 (#589) copies (the first ones on Feb. 2nd), before the 100 on Dutch paper (Feb. 13th) and the 150 on large paper (Mar. 4th). Original printed paper wrappers, rebacked with matching paper, upper right corner of front wrapper, one edge flap, and 5 blank page corners repaired, rear endpaper restored, little chips along the edges, else good condition, complete, and we're being precise, and other depictions are suspiciously vague. 1st editions of Ulysses for what we're asking are gone. The cheapest equivalents start at twice our price and go up from there, and the only thing 4 generations of "1st thus" reprints share in common is declining demand, but a new generation of readers is on the rise. They've heard it's the supreme modernist novel and industrial strength psychological realism, and they're told it was condemned as scandalous erotica, in the days when safe sex meant a padded headboard, and they've read it was stoutly suppressed by authorities fearful of any novel portraying chastity as an unlit lamp, or adult abstinence as malnutrition. But millennials don't care what squares thought about sex 95 years ago, or that from the 1940s to the 1970s Ulysses' meaning was mused upon as a cypher in some language twins teach each other. They just face it as a long and arduous 732 page, 265,000 word legacy, a test of focus, set in turn of the century Dublin, and only worth the effort because it recaptures life in a signally fascinating time and place. So the motivation for reading Ulysses has been protean in each generation, but it always stayed the best of its type, and that flexibility of appeal is the profile of conscious art. Custom quarter morocco box. Let's try to narrow the gap between you and James Joyce. Here he is on the moon: "Her antiquity in preceding and surviving succeeding tellurian generations: her nocturnal predominance: her satellitic dependence: her luminary reflection: her constancy under all her phases, rising and setting by her appointed times, waxing and waning: the forced invariability of her aspect: her indeterminate response to inaffirmative interrogation: her potency over effluent and refluent waters: her power to enamour, to mortify, to invest with beauty, to render insane, to incite to and aid delinquency: the tranquil inscrutability of her visage: the terribility of her isolated dominant resplendent propinquity: her omens of tempest and of calm: the stimulation of her light, her motion and her presence: the admonition of her craters, her arid seas, her silence: her splendour, when visible: her attraction, when invisible." -Ulysses Ready to read it? Here's a boost. Don't hesitate. Proceed aggressively. If your comprehension lapses-even for pages at a time-it's better to push on seeing as you're going to get lost in the random flux, where things encountered early are not explained until much later, so you'll have to reread it anyway. Nº de ref. del artículo: 30

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Joyce, James

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Descripción: Shakespeare and Company, Paris, 1922. First trade edition, one of 750 copies on handmade paper. [8], 732, [2], [2 blank] pp. Without first two and final blank leaves. 8vo. First edition of Ulysses. First trade edition of one of the great literary achievements of the 20th century. Slocum and Cahoon A17; Connolly Modern Movement, 42 Three quarter blue morocco, spine titled in gilt. Repairs to gutter and extreme margin of half-title, title and two other prelims, light marginal toning, small chip to margin of last two leaves [8], 732, [2], [2 blank] pp. Without first two and final blank leaves. 8vo First trade edition, one of 750 copies on handmade paper. Nº de ref. del artículo: 310050

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JOYCE James

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Descripción: 1922. First English edition, one of 2000 copies. 4to., original blue wrappers, printed in white. Uncut, with an old (original?) tissue outer wrapper, slightly defective at folds but basically complete. Paris, John Rodker, published for the Egoist Press, London. A really handsome copy, unrestored, with the eight page errata and the rare contemporary prospectus, in a stout modern box. Nº de ref. del artículo: 227928

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Ulysses.: Joyce, James

Joyce, James

Publicado por For the Egoist Press by John Rodker, London (1922)

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Vendedor: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB (Palm Beach, FL, Estados Unidos de America)

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Descripción: For the Egoist Press by John Rodker, London, 1922. The first English edition of Joyce's masterpiece. Quarto, original printed wrappers. One of 2000 numbered copies. This edition was printed by Darantiere from the first edition plates as soon as that edition was exhausted. It was printed for Joyce's patron Harriet Weaver, who was unable to find a printer in England, and distributed mainly by Rodker and Ezra Pound, working from Paris. According to Slocum & Cahoon, of the 2000 copies of Ulysses from the first edition plates, approximately 500 were sent to America and subsequently burned by government censorship authorities. A very good unrestored example. Housed in a custom morocco clamshell and chemise box. Ulysses was published in Paris by Shakespeare & Company, 1922. It was a struggle for the author to find a publisher, a comic irony considering that Ulysses is "[u]niversally hailed as the most influential work of modern times" (Grolier Joyce 69). Ulysses was an immediate success. The first printing sold out, and "within a year Joyce had become a well-known literary figure. Ulysses was explosive in its impact on the literary world of 1922" (de Grazia, 27). Even so, the book faced difficulties in global reception. It was banned in the U.K. and was prosecuted for the obscenity in the Nausicaa episode (Ellmann, 1982). Joyce's inspiration for the novel began as a young boy reading Charles Lamb's Adventures of Ulysses and writing an essay entitled "My Favourite Hero" after being impressed by the wholeness of the character (Goreman, 1939). The idea for the novel grew from a story in Dubliners in 1906, which Joyce expanded into a short book in 1907, before reconceptualizing it as the heady novel in 1914 (Ellmann, 1982). The book can initially seem unsctructured and chaotic, and Joyce admitted that he "put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant" (The Observer, 2000). The French translator Stuart Gilbert published a defense of Ulysses shortly after its publication in which he supported the novel's use of obscenity and explained its internal structure and links to the Odyssey against accusations of ambiguity. Every episode, Gilbert explained, is connected to the Odyssey by theme, technique, and correspondence between characters. Another instance of Ulysses' literary contribution is his use of stream-of-consciousness, a technique employing carefully structured prose, both humorous and charactering, and involving puns and parodies. Joyce was a precursor to the use of stream of consciousness in the later decades. Similar narrative techniques were used by his contemporaries Virginia Wolfe, William Faulkner, and Italo Svevo. Their style can be better characterized as an "interior monologue, rather than stream of consciousness, is the appropriate term for the style in which [subjective experience] is recorded, both in The Waves and in Woolf's writing generally" (Stevenson, 1992). Nº de ref. del artículo: 86742

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Joyce, James

Publicado por John Rodker, Paris (1922)

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Descripción: John Rodker, Paris, 1922. Leather. Condición: Almost Fine. No Jacket. None Ilustrador. First Edition Thus. Published for The Egoist Press, London by John Rodker, Paris. The limitation page which follows the copyright page states, "THIS EDITION IS LIMITED TO 2000 COPIES ON HANDMADE PAPER NUMBERED FROM 1 TO 2000. No. 1473" Verso of limitation page states, " First published by Shakespeare and Company, Paris: February 1922. Published by the Egoist Press, London: October 1922." Original Blue Leather covered Boards and blue leather spine with silver printing on cover and spine. Spine a bit faded and minor 1/4" outer split to bottom front spine hinge otherwise in great shape. 732 pp. followed by endpaper stating " Printed By Maurice Darantiere at Dijon, France. The 8-page errata which is sometimes present (inserted loose into book) is NOT PRESENT otherwise this book is in remarkable condition. This is the first English printing of this landmark book. Nº de ref. del artículo: 001120

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JOYCE, James

Publicado por Egoist, London (1922)

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Descripción: Egoist, London, 1922. hardcover. Condición: very good. Thick large 8vo, original blue wrappers ; front cover detached; spine & edges rubbed. London: Printed for the Egoist Press by John Rodker, 1922. Limited Edition. First English edition, printed in Paris. Number 1516 0f 2000 numbered copies, of which 500 were reportedly destroyed by U.S. Customs. The Errata pages are present. In blue cloth slipcase. Nº de ref. del artículo: 253423

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Joyce, James

Publicado por The Egoist Press (1922)

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Descripción: The Egoist Press, 1922. Hardcover. Condición: Good. 1st ed, 2nd print, limited. 296184 First Edition, Second Printing [1st ed, 2nd printing]; First Egoist Press printing. Limited edition 30/2000 printed on handmade paper. Quarto. Rebound in rich blue leather with gilt lettering and raised bands to spine; Gilt decoration to spine and boards. Binding displays some wear along hinges and eges. Marbled endpapers with some discolouring. Top edge of textblock is gilt with other edges uncut. Pages are very clean throughout with a hint of yellowing. This copy was bound excluding the title page and half-title page though it does contain the Colophon page at rear which states the printings as well as limitation page. An elegant copy. Early copies of Ulysses are scarce today as the title was commonly destroyed by the British and American authorities due to containing "obscenities". Nº de ref. del artículo: VIN296184

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James Joyce

Publicado por Egoist Press and Shakespeare and Co, Paris (1922)

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Descripción: Egoist Press and Shakespeare and Co, Paris, 1922. 3/4 Morocco. Condición: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: No DJ. 1st Edition 2nd Issue. a near fine copy in period 3/4 navy blue crushed levant morocco. signed peirod binding with Holland boards. 4to This the 2nd issue of the 1922 Shakespeare & Co. 1st edition. There were a signed limited edition the same year and a set of limited editions up to 1,000, the 2nd issue consisted of another 1000 copies. Joints are tender, else near fine. The Egoist Press, 1922. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st ed, 2nd print, limited. 296184 First Edition, Second Printing [1st ed, 2nd printing]; First Egoist Press printing. Limited edition 1 of /2000 printed on handmade paper. Quarto. .full 4to complete with the half title and the title page and half-title page though it does contain the Colophon page at rear which states the printings as well as limitation page and the errata leaf . An elegant copy. Early copies of Ulysses are scarce today as the title was commonly destroyed by the British and American authorities due to containing "obscenities". Size: 4to. By the Binder. Private Press. Nº de ref. del artículo: 1001835

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Ulysses: JOYCE, James

JOYCE, James

Publicado por Published for the Egoist Press, London by John Rodker, Paris, Paris and London (1922)

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Descripción: Published for the Egoist Press, London by John Rodker, Paris, Paris and London, 1922. Hardcover. Condición: Near Fine. First English edition (printed in France). Bound in cloth with black morocco spine label gilt. Wrappers bound in. Modest rubbing on the wrappers, faint dampstain confined to a tiny bit of the bottom corner, else near fine. Copy number 1547 of 2000 numbered copies (of which approximately 500 were destroyed by U.K. Customs). Author Gilbert Seldes's copy with his initials and a brief note on the leaf following the limitation page, noting that this copy came without the errata notice. Seldes was an important popularizer of Joyce, according to *The Nation: 1865-1990* by Katrina vanden Heuvel (1990), "[Seldes's] . long, glowing 1922 review in The Nation of Ulysses by James Joyce helped the book become known in the United States (although it would remain banned there until 1933)." A nice association copy of one of the great novels of the 20th Century. *Connolly 100.*. Nº de ref. del artículo: 423497

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JOYCE, James

Publicado por Egoist Press, London (1922)

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Descripción: Egoist Press, London, 1922. Condición: Very Good. First English edition. Bound without wrappers in contemporary three-quarter black morocco and papercovered boards. Extremities rubbed and worn, half-title and title page a little smudged, still a nice and sound, very good copy that could use a little polishing. One of 2000 numbered copies. A nice copy of an increasingly scarce edition of one of the most important novels of the 20th Century. Connolly 100. Nº de ref. del artículo: 285398

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Joyce, James:

Publicado por Paris/London, Egoist Press., 1922. (1922)

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Vendedor: Antiquariat Georg Ewald (Thüngersheim, Alemania)

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Descripción: Paris/London, Egoist Press., 1922., 1922. 4°, HLn. 732 S. , 4 Bll. Errata. Published for the Egoist Press, London by John Rodker, Paris. Vom Original-Bleisatz der Erstausgabe (Feb. 1922) gedruckt im Oktober 1922. Exemplar 816 / 2000. Mit den oft fehlenden Errata-Blättern. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 Erste englische Ausgabe. Noch vom Originalsatz der Erstausgabe in 2000 numerierten Exemplaren gedruckt. Nº de ref. del artículo: 34955

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