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Up to Maughty LondonJoyce's Cultural Capital in the Imperial Metropolis$
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Eleni Loukopoulou

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780813062242

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813062242.001.0001

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The Making of a London Author

The Making of a London Author

(p.224) 6 The Making of a London Author
Up to Maughty London

Eleni Loukopoulou

University Press of Florida

“The Making of a London Author” will expand further on Joyce’s interactions with Cambridge-based institutions such as C. K. Ogden’s Orthological Institute and London-based ones, including the publisher Faber and Faber and Eliot’s work there. Scholarship has largely overlooked Eliot’s ambitious plans for the international availability of Joyce’s work through London: the promotion of the Anna Livia Plurabelle record, the Anna Livia Plurabelle and Haveth Childers Everywhere pamphlets, and the contract for the long-pending Finnegans Wake. The chapter will delineate Joyce’s close collaborations with Ogden and Eliot to promote his work through divergent media alongside Herbert Hughes’ presentation of the Anna Livia Plurabelle record in London’s Daily Telegraph newspaper. The impact of such strategies on other publishing outlets including the Times newspaper will also be assessed.

Keywords:   C. K. Ogden, Orthological Institute, Faber and Faber, T. S. Eliot, Herbert Hughes, Daily Telegraph, Anna Livia Plurabelle, Finnegans Wake, Haveth Childers Everywhere, James Joyce

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