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  1. Thomas E. Connolly, "Home Is Where the Art Is: The Joyce Family Gallery," James Joyce Quarterly, 20.1 (Fall 1982): 11-32.
  2. Stanislaus Joyce, My Brother’s Keeper, ed. Richard Ellmann, London: Faber and Faber, 1958, 151-52.
  3. John Eglinton, Irish Literary Portraits, London: Macmillan, 1935, 136.
  4. James Joyce, Stephen Hero, eds. Theodore Spencer, John J. Slocum, and Herbert Cahoon, New York: New Directions, 1963, 211.
  5. Stephen Hero, 213.
  6. Stephen Hero, 211.
  7. James Joyce, Ulysses, ed. Hans Walter Gabler with Wolfhard Steppe and Claus Melchior, London: The Bodley Head, 1993, 3.141-43.
  8. Stanislaus Joyce, My Brother’s Keeper, 235.
  9. James Joyce, Exiles: A Play in Three Acts, Including Hitherto Unpublished Notes by the Author, Discovered After his death, ed. and with an Introduction by Padraic Colum, New York: The Viking Press, 1951.
  10. Frank Budgen, James Joyce and the Making of "Ulysses," Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989, 175-77.
  11. Phillip F. Herring, Joyce’s Notes and Early Drafts for "Ulysses," Selections from the Buffalo Collection, Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia, 1977, 3-10.
  12. Robert Martin Adams, Surface and Symbol, New York: Oxford University Press, 1967, 231-33.
  13. Ulysses, 3.01.
  14. Ulysses, 3.401-2.
  15. A similar but fuller chronology of Bloom's life is found in Buffalo VI.B.C.7: 227-28.
  16. Myron Schwartzman, "’Quinnigan’s Quake!’ John Quinn’s Letters to James Joyce, 1916-1920," Bulletin of Research in the Humanities, 81.2 (Summer 1978): 236-41.
  17. In October 1916 Joyce claimed that he had written out a portion of the final three episodes but these drafts are not extant and presumably these were quite different from the versions Joyce drafted in 1920-1921.
  18. Margaret Anderson, My Thirty Years’ War, New York: Covici, Friede, 1930, 174-75.
  19. Pound/Joyce, ed. Forrest Read, New York: New Directions, 1967, 131.
  20. Michael Groden, "Ulysses" in Progress, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977, 168-71.
  21. Sylvia Beach, Shakespeare and Company, New York: Harcourt Brace, 1957, 47.
  22. From the Sylvia Beach collection at Princeton, box 168, folder 3; quoted in Edward L. Bishop, "The ’Garbled History’ of the First-edition Ulysses," Joyce Studies Annual, 9 (1998): 8.
  23. Jane Lidderdale and Mary Nicholson, Dear Miss Weaver , London: Faber, 1970, 173; see also Lawrence Rainey, "Consuming Investments: Joyce’s Ulysses," James Joyce Quarterly, 33.4 (Summer 1996): 531-67.
  24. Jean-Michel Rabaté, "’Thank Maurice’: A Note about Maurice Darantiere," Joyce Studies Annual, 2 (1991): 248.
  25. Groden, "Ulysses" in Progress, 197-200.
  26. See Groden, "Ulysses" in Progress, 101-14.
  27. Daniel Ferrer, "Reflections on a Discarded Set of Proofs," Probes: Genetic Studies in Joyce, eds. David Hayman and Sam Slote, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995, 49-63.
  28. On October 17, 1921 Hirchwald wrote Beach (in English) that "It would be very desirable however if [Joyce] could correct the words which have been ’crippled’ too badly" (unpublished letter, University at Buffalo collection).
  29. Unpublished letter from Maurice Darantiere to Sylvia Beach, December 3, 1921, University at Buffalo collection.
  30. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 2, ed. Richard Ellmann, London: Faber and Faber, 1966, 411.
  31. André Gide, Correspondance André Gide Dorothy Bussy, volume 1, eds. Jean Lambert and Richard Tedeschi, Paris: Gallimard, 1979, 334-35.
  32. Valery Larbaud, Lettres à Adrienne Monnier et à Sylvia Beach 1919-1933 , Paris: Éditions Imec, 1991, 40.
  33. Adrienne Monnier, "L’Ulysse de Joyce et le public Français," La Gazette des amis des livres, 10 (1940): 51.
  34. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 1, ed. Stuart Gilbert, London: Faber and Faber, 1957, 161.
  35. Beach, Shakespeare and Company, 84-85.
  36. Aramis, "The Scandal of Ulysses," Sporting Times, 34 (April 1, 1922): 4.
  37. Lidderdale and Nicholson, Dear Miss Weaver, 199-211.
  38. Unpublished letter from Maurice Darantiere to Sylvia Beach, March 16, 1922, University at Buffalo collection.
  39. Noel Riley Fitch, Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation, New York: Norton, 1983, 119.
  40. John L. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce 1882-1941, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953, 27.
  41. Carmelo Medina Casado, "Sifting Through Censorship: The British Home Office Ulysses Files (1922-1936)," James Joyce Quarterly, 37.3-4 (Spring-Summer 2000): 479-508.
  42. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 1, 176.
  43. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 1, 187.
  44. Unpublished letter from Maurice Darantiere to Sylvia Beach, May 25, 1925, University at Buffalo collection.
  45. Beach, Shakespeare and Company, 97-98.
  46. Joseph Kelly, Our Joyce, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998, 90-92.
  47. James F. Spoerri, "The Odyssey Press Edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 50.2 (April-June 1956): 195-98.
  48. Cited in Jack P. Dalton, "The Text of Ulysses," New Light on Joyce from the Dublin Symposium, ed. Fritz Senn, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1972, 116 n. 14.
  49. Charles Duff, James Joyce and the Plain Reader, London: Desmond Harmsworth, 1932, 75.
  50. Kelly, Our Joyce, 104-10.
  51. Bennett Cerf, "Publishing Ulysses," Contempo, 3 (15 February 1934): 2.
  52. Edward L. Bishop, "Re-Covering Ulysses," Joyce Studies Annual, 5 (1994): 35-36.
  53. Robert Spoo, "Copyright and the Ends of Ownership: The Case for a Public-Domain Ulysses in America," Joyce Studies Annual, 10 (1999): 29-31.
  54. Bennett Cerf, At Random: The Reminiscences of Bennett Cerf, New York: Random House, 1977, 95.
  55. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 3, ed. Richard Ellmann, London: Faber and Faber, 1966, 233.
  56. John Ryder, "Editing Ulysses Typographically," Scholarly Publishing, 18.2 (January 1987): 113.
  57. Sylvia Beach, Shakespeare and Company, 183.
  58. John Whittier-Ferguson, "The Voice Behind the Echo: Vladimir Dixon’s Letters to James Joyce and Sylvia Beach," James Joyce Quarterly, 29.3 (Spring 1992): 511-15.
  59. Adrienne Monnier, "La traduction d’Ulysse," Mercure de France, (May 1, 1950): 30-37.
  60. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 3, 145.
  61. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 1, 192.
  62. Vincent Deane, "Greek Gifts: Ulysses into Fox in VI.B.10," Joyce Studies Annual, 5 (1994): 163-75.
  63. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 3, 193 n. 3.
  64. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 1, 297
  65. Eugene Jolas, "Homage to James Joyce," transition, 21 (March 1932): 252.
  66. James Joyce, Letters of James Joyce, volume 1, 245. The Dial subsequently agreed to publish the chapters but only after heavy editing, which Joyce refused.
  67. Eugene Jolas, "Pan Romanticism in the Atomic Age," Transition Workshop, ed. Eugene Jolas, New York: Vanguard Press, 1949, 393.
  68. 68The James Joyce-Paul Léon Papers in the National Library of Ireland, compiled by Catherine Fahy, Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 1992, 74.
  69. 69Peter Spielberg, James Joyce’s Manuscripts and Letters at the University of Buffalo: A Catalogue, Buffalo: University of Buffalo, 1962, vii.
  70. Phillip F. Herring, Review of The James Joyce Archive, James Joyce Quarterly, 19.1 (Autumn 1981): 86.