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

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APPENDIX C A Chronology of Joyce's Work in Progress, 1914-1939

THIS chronology of Joyce's writing and publication from 1914 to 1939 is partially a summary of facts already presented, and partially a repository for information which lay outside my argument. It is based on the works of Ellmann and Gorman, the Letters, the Slocum and Cahoon Bibliography, and many other biographical and bibliographical sources. Contemporary accounts have been given priority over memoirs and reminiscences, and I have used my own judgment in resolving contradictory opinions. Joyce's method of collecting material, his habit of working on more than one episode at the same time, and his incessant revisions make it virtually impossible to set precise time-limits for the writing of each episode. However, one can establish the order in which the episodes were written, and distinguish the major stages of composition.

WritingPublication
1914
In March Joyce began work on
Ulysses by 'setting down . . . pre-
liminary sketches for the final
sections'.
A Portrait of the Artist appeared
serially in the Egoist from Vol. I,
No. 3 ( 2 Feb. 1914) to Vol. II, No. 9
( 1 Sept. 1915).
In the spring Joyce suspended work
on Ulysses and resumed work on the
notes for Exiles. In August he began
drafting the play, which occupied
much of his time during 1914-15.
The first edition of Dubliners was
published in London by Grant
Richards Ltd. on June 15th.
1915
By mid- 1915, when Joyce left
Trieste for Zürich, he had reached
the third episode (Proteus).
Exiles finished in September.

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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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