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Ulysses in FocusGenetic, Textual, and Personal Views$
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Michael Groden

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780813034980

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813034980.001.0001

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The James Joyce Archive and Hans Walter Gabler’s Edition of Ulysses

The James Joyce Archive and Hans Walter Gabler’s Edition of Ulysses

A Personal History

(p.81) 5 The James Joyce Archive and Hans Walter Gabler’s Edition of Ulysses
Ulysses in Focus

Michael Groden

University Press of Florida

This chapter talks about The James Joyce Archive and Gabler's edition of Ulysses based on the author's work. The first Ph.D. dissertation to focus exclusively on Joyce, according to Tetsumaro Hayashi's census, appeared only three years after Joyce's death: Joseph Prescott's “James Joyce's Ulysses as Work in Progress,” completed at Harvard University in 1944 and based largely on the proofs for Ulysses that Harvard had acquired in the 1930s. Joyce manuscripts found their way into research libraries very soon after his death, and by 1960 four major collections were established. One is at the British Library, which possesses materials that Joyce gave to Harriet Shaw Weaver, who supported him financially with monthly payments for years.

Keywords:   Joyce manuscripts, dissertation, Harvard University, Ulysses, research libraries, British Library, literary collections

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