Pg. 343 of David Markson’s copy of Forces in Modern British Literature: 1885-1946 by William York Tindall: On which Markson underlined parts of the following sentence about Joyce’s Finnagans... (Photo: Pg.
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Ted Hughes reads William Wordsworth's The Simplon Pass The Simplon Pass by William Wordsworth (1770-1850) — Brook and road Were fellow-travellers in this gloomy Pass, And with them did we journey several hours At a slow step.
THE NATIONAL Library of Ireland has brought forward plans to publish a major collection of James Joyce manuscripts free on the web after a Joycean scholar published the material in editions priced at up to €250.
The National Library of Ireland is delighted to announce that as part of our ongoing catalogue development programme, coupled with a parallel initiative to put our collections online, that we are proceeding with Phase One of plans to provide the widest possible access to a number of James Joyce manuscripts. These plans will make the treasures of the National Library, which we hold in trust for the nation, available to all Irish citizens and lovers of Irish culture throughout the entire world.
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