The Art of James Joyce: Method and Design in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake

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APPENDIX A
Manuscripts Consulted

1. Ulysses

(a) Notes. In 1938 Paul Léon, who was acting as Joyce's secretary, sent a number of note-sheets for the last seven episodes of Ulysses to Harriet Shaw Weaver. These have since been deposited in the British Museum. On the envelope containing the sheets Joyce wrote: 'Some sheets of notes for certain episodes in Ulysses'. There are twenty-nine separate sheets: eighteen of these are double (folded) and eleven are single. Joyce usually wrote on both sides of a sheet; allowing for the few blank pages, there are approximately ninety sides of notes. The double sheets are approximately 12 × 8 inches in size when folded; the single sheets vary widely, some being 9 × 7 1/2 inch sheets of graph paper. The handwriting is extremely difficult, and some of the entries are completely illegible.

The following is a census of the note-sheets by episodes:

Double Single
Sheets Sheets Total
Cyclops 3 0 3
Nausicaa 2 0 2
Oxen of the Sun 6 0 6
Circe 2 5 7
Eumaeus 1 2 3
Ithaca 2 4 6
Penelope 2 0 2
18 11 29

Similar notes for a number of episodes are contained in a notebook (La Hune 252) now in the Lockwood Memorial Library, University of Buffalo ( Slocum, p. 140, item E. 5. b. i).

(b) Early Drafts of Episodes. A number of manuscript drafts of parts of Ulysses were exhibited at the Librairie La Hune, Paris, in 1949; these were later acquired by the Lockwood Memorial Library, University of Buffalo. A brief description of these MSS. will be found in the La Hune catalogue, James Joyce: sa vie, son oeuvre, son rayonnement,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Contents xi
  • I- The Design of Ulysses 1
  • Notes for Section I 40
  • II- New Bearings 44
  • III- Work in Progress 76
  • Notes for Section III 115
  • IV- The Whole Journey 121
  • Notes for Section IV 127
  • Appendix A- Manuscripts Consulted 129
  • Appendix B- Early Vestiges of Ulysses 132
  • Notes for Appendix B 140
  • Appendix C- A Chronology of Joyce''s Work in Progress, 1914-1939 142
  • Index 151
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