Portraits of the Artist in Exile: Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans

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Portraits
of the Artist
in Exile

Recollections
of James Joyce
by Europeans

Edited by WILLARD POTTS

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS
SEATTLE AND LONDON

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  • Portraits of the Artist in Exile - Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans *
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents *
  • Introduction xi
  • Alessandro Francini Bruni 3
  • Joyce Stripped Naked in the Piazza 7
  • Recollections of Joyce 39
  • Silvio Benco 47
  • James Joyce in Trieste 49
  • August Suter 59
  • Some Reminiscences of James Joyce 61
  • Georges Borach 67
  • Conversations with James Joyce 69
  • Nino Frank 73
  • The Shadow That Had Lost Its Man 74
  • Philippe Soupault 106
  • James Joyce 108
  • Adolf Hoffmeister 119
  • James Joyce 121
  • Portrait of Joyce 127
  • Ole Vinding 137
  • James Joyce in Copenhagen 139
  • Jan Parandowski 153
  • Meeting with Joyce 154
  • Louis Gillet 163
  • Farewell to Joyce 165
  • The Living Joyce 170
  • Jacques Mercanton 205
  • The Hours of James Joyce 206
  • Carola Giedion-Welcker 253
  • Meetings with Joyce 256
  • Paul Ruggiero and Paul Léon 281
  • James Joyce's Last Days in Zurich 283
  • In Memory of Joyce 286
  • Index 293
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