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  LAST UPDATED OCTOBER 16, 2017

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The illuminated letter in the photo above may be found in The Mime of Mick Nick and the Maggies.  A Fragment from Work in Progress, see below, James Joyce Primary Materials.

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SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY

THE SPOERRI JOYCE ARCHIVE

The First Exhibitions and Sales of James Joyce’s

Works and Personal Possessions

(La Hune, Paris 1949/ICA, London 1950) - $545.00

1.  1/1,500 Catalogues of the October-December 1949 La Hune Exhibition and Sale:  James Joyce-Sa Vie, Son Oeuvre, Son Rayonnement.  String-tied wraps.  In Mylar.  (Slocum and Cahoon B29)

  • Descriptions (in French) of 611 items rescued by Paul Léon from Joyce's last Paris flat after his death in 1941
  • Photos include the 'love necklace' Joyce made for his wife Nora, with lines from Chamber Music (#66)
  • A handmade box initialed "NJ' containing a Chamber Music manuscript (#178)
  • Joyce's vest (#112), and other personal possessions

2.   A copy of Janet Flanner's 11/26/49 New Yorker/"Letter from Paris" review of the LaHune Exhibit, "The Complete Joyce"           

3.   An 11/9/49 copy of Spoerri's letter to La Hune Director  Bernard Gheerbrant thanking him for sending a copy of the exhibit catalog and requesting one of the 300 numbered copies          

4.   An 11/9/49 initialed invoice from Gheerbrant at La Hune to Spoerri for the numbered copy, with airmail envelope from Paris

5.   An 11/15/49 carbon copy of Spoerri's letter to Gheerbrant with an international money order in payment for the numbered La Hune catalogue; Spoerri subsequently donated the numbered copy of the U.S. Library of Congress

6.   A 1/18/50 invoice and French airmail envelope from La Hune to Spoerri showing a purchase of 13 items from the Exhibition, including #268, a 1924 edition of Ulysses with an ALS by Joyce to Nora instructing her to read this copy, with corrections, rather than the 1922 edition

7.   A one of  250 "poster catalogues" for the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, June 14-July 12, 1950 Joyce Exhibition, listing 219 of the 611 items previously shown at La Hune.  Mounted on foam board.

Poster published by Downtons Ltd., Great Britain, designed by Richard Hamilton CH (1922-2011), the "Father of Pop Art" in Britain, whose Ulysses drawings are in the British Museum, and who is perhaps best known for designing the Beatles' White Album.

Poster Includes "The Approach to James Joyce," an essay by T. S. Eliot (which first appeared in The Listener, October 1, 1943), and a 1949 Eliot note that also served as preface to the La Hune catalogue.  Also on the poster:

Text of 1922 letter from Bernard Shaw to Sylvia Beach caustically critical of Ulysses and refusing a subscription to the First Edition

Edmund Wilson's "The Dream of H. C. Earwicker," from The Wound and the Bow

Paragraph memoirs of Joyce by Frank Budgen, Elizabeth Bowen, Cyril Connolly, Augustus John and André Gide

Twelve photos of Joyce from his teens through middle age, including Curran's, Man Ray's and Joyce's favorite (his back, in Zurich)

Photo of Joyce's plaster death mask

8.  Spoerri, James Fuller.  James Joyce:  Catalogue of a Collection of the Works of James Joyce Exhibited at the Newberry Library, Chicago 1948.  One of 60 signed presentation copies, this one inscribed to Joycean Charles Duff.  One hundred fifty items listed.  In wraps, stiff covers, Mylar protected.  Laid in is a 2/29/48 ALS by Spoerri to Duff, in London.

9.  Copy of Spoerri letter to Newberry Librarian, 8/17/50, noting "you led the parade of (first) Joyce exhibitions:  Newberry-1948, Paris-1949, London-1950, Yale-1951." 

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 James Joyce Primary Materials for Sale 

 Additional primary materials can be found in "Literary Journals" below

Anna Livia Plurabelle.  London:  Faber, 1997.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  2659; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

Anna Livia Plurabelle.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1930.  First English (First Trade).  (Slocum & Cahoon A33)  Brown hard cover cloth spine, front board gilt-stamped title and author.  String-tied. Typical text tanning.  Start to lower hinge.  Bit of wear to spine ends, lower tips.  Tiny puncture to spine.  (ID: H100)  $125.00 SOLD

The Cat and the Devil.  Illustrated by Blachon.  New York:  Schocken Books, 1981. Very good volume with unchipped dust wrapper showing minor wear at tips and edges.  (Item ID:  1194)  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE 

The Cat and the Devil.  Illustrated by Roger Blachon.  With a Letter by Stephan Joyce.  London:  Moonlight Publishing, Ltd., 1990.  Near fine boards, without dust jacket, as issued.  Six pinprick-sized indentations on rear cover.  (Item ID:  1668; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Chamber Music.  New York:  Huebsch, 1923.  True Second Authorized American Edition, made up with 1918 sheets.  Spine paper repaired; tight, clean, good gilt front cover.  Mylar double protected.  Minor wear to tips and edges; name/date to 2nd preliminary page.  (10K219; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $45.00 

Chamber Music. New York:  B. W. Huebsch, Inc., 1923.  (Slocum & Cahoon A6 Note).  Second Authorized American Edition.  Excellent unopened copy. Gilt title bright on front cover, faded on spine. In near fine slightly toned jacket with light wear to tips and spine ends. Rare in this condition, the only Joyce work published in his lifetime with photo to jacket.  Mylar protected.  (ID: 10K106; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $500.00  

Chamber Music.  London:  Cape, 1945.  7th Impression.  Near fine.  No dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  2660; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50

Chamber Music.  New York:  Viking, 1932.  Third American Edition,  August 1932.  (Has erroneus Second Am. Ed. statement, corrected in Slocum & Cahoon)  Lacking dust jacket, spine a bit darkened with wear to spine end and slight soiling to front top of cover.  Tips show slight wear, otherwise a very good copy. (Item ID: 1004)  SOLD

*[Tindall, William T., Editor]  Chamber Music.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1954.  Inscribed and signed by Tindall.  Foxed endpapers.  No jacket.  (ID: 8445; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  

*[Tindall, William T., Editor]  Chamber Music.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1954.   With Bicentennial band.  Near fine.  A bit of foxing at endpapers.  Association copy.  Inscribed and signed by Tindall to Joycean Victor Pomeranz.  (ID: 8446; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $135.00   

Collected Poems.  New York:  Viking, 1973.  Thirteenth Printing.  Soft cover.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2144; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Collected Poems.  New York:  Viking, October 1937.  (Second Trade Printing).  1/1,000.  Augustus John drawing of Joyce on dust wrapper and facing p. 2.  Rose cloth hard cover, gilt stamped with Viking logo embossed on front, author, title, publisher slightly faded gilt stamped to spine.  Text block tanned, inscription to ffep.  Mylar-protected dust wrapper with mild chipping to edges and spine end.  (ID:  10K35; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  NEW

The Critical Writings of James Joyce.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1959.  Mason, Ellsworth, & Ellmann, Ellsworth, Editors.Unopened.  Top of block edge toned.  In near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper with light wear to edges, spine ends, tips (very small chips and closed tears). (ID: 10K104; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

The Critical Writings.  Edited by Ellsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann.  New York:  Viking Compass, 1972. Sixth Printing.  Soft cover.  Very good plus, with slight soil to cover.  (Item ID:  2137; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50  

The Critical Writings.  Edited by Ellsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann.  New York:  Viking Compass, 1968.  Fourth Printing.  Soft cover.  Spine sunned, covers slightly worn, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  2138; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50 

The Critical Writings.  Edited by Ellsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1989.  Soft cover.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2139; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

The Critical Writings.  Edited by Ellsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann.  New York:  Viking, 1959.  Near fine volume in slightly edge worn, Mylar-protected dust wrapper with sticker residue on FFEP.  (Item ID: 2140)  $45.00 SOLD

James Joyce. The Critical Writings. Edited by Ellsworth Mason and Richard Ellmann. Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1989. [ISBN:  0801495873] New Foreword by Guy Davenport.  As new soft cover with owner’s name to ffep.  (ID: 10K316; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com).   $20.00 NEW

Dubliners.  New York:  Modern Library, 1954.  Fine in fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper, price clipped.  (ID: 10K40)  $30.00 SOLD

Joycechoyce:  The Poems in Verse and Prose of James Joyce.  Edited and annotated by A. Norman Jeffares and Brendan Kennelly.  West Cork, Ireland:  Rinehart, 1992.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  2151; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Joyce, James.  "I Hear An Army," in Des Imagistes.  An Anthology.  New York:  Albert and Charles Boni, March 1914.  (A reprint of the Ezra Pound-edited The Glebe, Volume I, Number 5, February 1914).  First Edition.  Slocum and Cahoon B4.  Joyce's third appearance in America. Contains Joyce's "I Hear an Army," as well as poems by Ezra Pound, Amy Lowell, Williams Carlos Williams, and others.  Staining to lower left quadrant of blue cloth boards, gold stamped titles bright, spine ends and tips slightly worn, but tight and clean.  (Item ID:  2100; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $450.00

Dubliners.  New York:  Modern Library 1926.  Pebbled green leatherette.  Slight bump and wear to spine end and top tips, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  2405; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $35.00

Dubliners.  Hamburg, Paris, Milan:  Albatross Paperback, 1932.  Very good.  Wraps a bit soiled, small chip to spine top; interiors clean and unmarked.  (Item ID:  1020)  $40.00  SOLD

Dubliners.  London:  Cape, 1934.  Flexible edition.  Mildly soiled wraps, last signature starting, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  1022; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

Dubliners.  New York:  Modern Library, [1934].  Introduction by Padraic Colum.  Fine, unopened volume with bookplate to front pastedown.  Near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper with minor chipping to spine end bottom.  This edition published just after Ulysses was legalized in the US, with wrapper cover blurb for Ulysses, 245 titles listed inside jacket.  (ID: 10K193; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Dubliners.  New York:  Viking, July 1968.  2nd Printing.  Near fine volume with blacked-out signature to half-title; in very good plus Mylar-protected, spine sunned dust wrapper with edge chips.  (Item ID:  2657)  $15.00  SOLD

Dubliners.  London:  Cape, 1982.  Fine in near fine dust wrapper.  Jacques drawings.  (Item ID:  2663) $30.00  UNAVAILABLE

Dubliners.  Tokyo:  Toshi Ando, 1953.  In Japanese.  Wraps and dust jacket, fine.  In plastic sleeve, cardboard box.  Not in Slocum & Cahoon.  (IDL  Y8803; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

Eveline.  Mankato, MN:  Creative Education, Inc.  1990.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1664; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00   

Exiles.  A Play in Three Acts London:  Jonathan Cape, [1924].  Second English Edition.  (Slocum & Cahoon A 14)  One of 500.  Lacking dust wrapper.  Egoist sheets, rebound by Cape in black cloth.  Unopened with some tips wear, otherwise very good plus.  (ID:10K108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $300.00 

Exiles:  A Play in Three Acts London:  Jonathan Cape, 1936.  (Slocum & Cahoon A14) New Play Series No. 6.  Printed from 1921 Egoist plates.  Block edges foxed and staining to covers, especially to edges.  Dust jacket shows moderate wear at edges, tips, spine ends, but otherwise a very good plus copy, Mylar-protected.  (ID: 10K105; http://www.rmgerberboo ks.alibrisstore.com)  $120.00  NEW

Exiles.  A Play in Three Acts.  London:  Jonathan Cape, 1952. A near-mint copy in red cloth with slight rubbing to bottom edges in a very good (not price clipped) dust wrapper with minor chips. (Item ID:1003; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $150.00

Exiles:  A Play by James Joyce.  Norfolk, CT:  New Directions, 1945.  Uncut.  Lacks dust wrapper.  Shop stamp and signature to front pastedown and endpaper.  (ID:  Y8828; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Finnegans Wake.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2012.  Fourth Impression.  [ISBN:  9780199695157]  As new soft cover.  (ID:  10K215; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Finnegans Wake.  New York:  Viking, 1939.  First American Edition.  Cloth, very good, lacking dust jacket. Gilt lettering bright and crisp.  Owner’s name and date inscribed on FFEP.  Slightest of crease to top corner of pages with slightly sunned fore edges.  Rear hinge starting.  Mylar cover.  (Item ID: 1006; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $225.00

Giacomo Joyce.  New York:  Viking, 1968.  First Trade Edition, May 1968.  Near fine with very good dust jacket.  Jacket spine slightly sunned, top spine end of jacket slightly worn with a tiny chip at bottom jacket rear.  (Item ID: 1005; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

Giacomo Joyce.  New York:  Viking, 1968.  First Trade Edition.  Clean copy with slightly faded gilt titles in slipcase with two small stains and small end tear.  (Item ID:  1021; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00
 
Giacomo Joyce.  New York:  Viking, 1968.  First Trade Edition.  Good plus.  Lacks slipcase.  Ex-library with labels on front and FFEP, stamps on title page.  Starting inside cover.  Spine edge bumped and gilt faded. (Item ID:  1019) $20.00  SOLD  Dealer 12/13/16

Giacomo Joyce.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1969.  Ex-library with usual library marks.  Good.  Soiled, plastic-covered jacket taped to pastedowns, interiors clean and unmarked, repaired front hinge. (Item ID:  1025; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $18.00

Giacomo Joyce.  New York:  Viking, 1968.  Near fine in near fine slipcase.  1" stain to front cover, slipcase label worn.  (Item ID:  9084; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00
 
Haveth Childers Everywhere. London:  Faber & Faber, 1931.  Hard cover.  Yellow cloth.  Near fine with tanned endpapers, mild soiling to spine, 1/2" start at gutters.  (ID: 2113)  $200.00  SOLD
 
Haveth Childers Everywhere.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1931.  Wrappers.  Fine.  Tiniest chip lower front tip. Criterion Miscellany No. 26.  (ID: 212)  $175.00  SOLD
 
Letters of James Joyce.  Edited by Stuart Gilbert. London:  Faber and Faber, 1957. Near fine.  Pristine copy in near perfect Mylar-protected jacket. Tiniest of spine top edge wear, wrinkle in jacket lower right spine. (Item ID: 1009a; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $125.00
 
Letters of James Joyce. Gilbert, Stuart, EditorNew York: Viking 1957.  Very good plus volume in very good plus dust jacket.  3” water stain to an early page, page edges slightly soiled.  Price-clipped Mylar-protected jacket mildly soiled with slightest of edge wear.  (Item ID:  2550; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00 
 
Letters of James Joyce-Volumes I, II & III.  Gilbert, Stuart & Richard Ellmann,  Editors.  Boxed Set. New York: Viking.  Vol. I-1966. Volume II & III-Second Printing Feb. 1967.  Beautiful condition, near fine, Mylar-protected.  Vol. I: 1-inch label residue to jacket front cover and slight rear soiling. Very minor wear to jacket spine ends and tips.  Vols. II & III: very minor jacket edge wear.  Box very nearly fine.  Gotham Book Mart promotional brochure for this set laid in.  (Item ID:  2551; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $375.00  

Letters of James Joyce, Volumes I, II & III.  Gilbert, Stuart & Richard Ellmann, Editors. Boxed Set.  New York: Viking 1966.  Vol. I: Owners emboss to ffep.  Highlighting throughout.  Price-clipped Mylar-protected dust jacket near fine.  Vol. II: Highlighted, marginal notes to first half of volume. Price-clipped, near fine, Mylar-protected dust jacket.  Vol. III: Owner’s emboss to ffep.  Highlighted throughout.  Mylar protected fine dust jacket.  Box: Soiled, split to one side of top, wear to edges.  (Item ID:  2552; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $125.00 

Letters of James Joyce-Three Volume Set.  Gilbert, Stuart and Richard Ellmann, Editors. London: Faber, Vol. I-1957, Vol. II & III-1966. Near fine set in dust jacket and tissues. ¼ inch snag to front cover tissue of Vol. II.  Slight (1 inch) of edge wear to top of Vol. I jacket. Otherwise beautiful.  Book Society Recommendation Band laid in to Vol. I.  (Item ID:  2553; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $400.00  

[Letters] Selected Letters of James Joyce.  Ellmann, Richard, Editor.  London: Faber, 1992.  Soft Cover.  Near fine, slight edge wear.  (Item ID:  2554; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00   

[Letters] Selected Joyce Letters.  Ellmann, Richard, Editor.  New York: Viking/Compass,1975.  Soft Cover.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2555; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

[Letters] Selected Joyce Letters.  Ellmann, Richard, Editor.  New York: Viking. Second Printing May 1976.  As new in Mylar.  Name/date to ffep.  (Item ID:   2556; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00 

[Letters] Selected Letters of James Joyce. Ellmann, Richard, Editor.London: Faber 1975.  Ex-libris.  Near fine in dust jacket which is slightly bumped at spine top.  (Item ID:  2557; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00  

Letters of James Joyce.  Edited by Stuart Gilbert.  Viking:  New York, 1957.  Very good copy with bumped spine tips, stain and owner signature on front endpaper.  Slightly soiled, unclipped jacket with minor chips and tears.  (Item ID: 1042; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Letters of James Joyce.  3 volume set.  Edited by Stuart Gilbert and Richard Ellmann.  New York:  Viking, 1966.  Lacking box.  Jackets show wear and some tears not affecting copy. Owner signature on FFEP, otherwise clean, tight, and handsome. (Item ID: 1010; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $330.00 for set

[Joyce, James; Beach, Sylvia]  Banta, Melissa, & Silverman, Oscar A.  James Joyce’s Letters to Sylvia Beach, 1921-1940.  Bloomington:  Indiana University press, 1987.  [ISBN:  0253323347] Unopened volume in near fine dust wrapper, minimal edge wear, o/w near fine.  (ID: 10K308) $40.00.  SOLD Amazon 2 20 27

 

NOTE:  MANY OF THE LITTLE REVIEWS HAVE BEEN SOLD

  1. Volume III, Number 6.  September 1916.  Contains no Joyce material.  Some browning, but otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  2500)  $70.00  SOLD
  2. Volume III, Number 7.  November 1916.  Contains an Ezra Pound item.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2501) $75.00  SOLD
  3. Volume III, Number 8.  January 1917.  No Joyce items.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2502;)  $80.00
  4. Volume III. Number 9.  March 1917.  Margaret Anderson on James Joyce; advertisement for Huebsch editions of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Dubliners.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2503) $90.00  SOLD
  5. Volume III, Number 10.  April 1917.  Margaret Anderson on James Joyce.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2504)  $80.00  SOLD
  6. Volume IV, Number 4.  August 1917.  Ezra Pound on A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  T.S. Eliot, Prufrock; 7 W. B. Yeats poems.  Fair, detached.  (Item ID:  2505)  $175.00  SOLD
  7. Volume V, Number 4.  August 1918.  Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, et al.  Henry James Number.  Episode 6 of Ulysses announced.  Covers detached, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  2506) $125.00  SOLD
  8. Volume V, Number 8.  December 1918.  Two Djuna Barnes items.  American Number.  Episode 8 of Ulysses announced; Exiles announced.  Covers detached, browning, otherwise very good.  In Mylar.  (Item ID;  2507)  $80.00  SOLD
  9. Volume V, Numbers 10-11.  February-March 1919.  On Joyce's Exiles.  Episode 8 of Ulysses.  Cover detached, small hole, browned.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  2508)  $150.00  SOLD
  10. Volume VI, Number 2. June 1919.  Episode 10 of Ulysses.  Spine chips, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  2509; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00  SOLD
  11. Volume VI, Number 5.  September 1919.  Episode 11 of Ulysses.  William Carlos Williams on Joyce.  John Rodeker on Joyce.  Near fine, in Mylar.  (Item ID:  2510)  $200.00  SOLD
  12. Volume VI, Number 5.  September 1919.  Slocum & Cahoon C53.  Gallup 486.  First appearance of portion of "Sirens," eleventh episode of Joyces Ulysses.  first installment, first appearance of Pound's "The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry."  Very good plus Mylar-protected wraps, with some chipping to edges.  (ID: 8991)  $150.00 SOLD  
  13. Volume VI, Number 7.  November 1919.  Episode 12 of Ulysses.  Has Djuna Barnes piece.  Fine, in Mylaw.  (Item ID: 2511)  $225.00  SOLD
  14. Volume VI, Number 8.  December 1919.  Djuna Barnes frontispiece.  Huebsch advertisement for Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and Exiles.  Episode 12 of Ulysses, continued.  Margaret Anderson comments on Joyce. Near fine.  (Item ID:  2512;)  $250.00  SOLD
  15. Volume VI, Number 10.  March 1920.  Episode 12 of Ulysses, continued.  Cover tip chip, otherwise near fine.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  2513)  $225.00    SOLD  
  16. Volume VII, Number 1.  May-June 1920.  W. H. Hudson issue.  Episode 13 of Ulysses.  Letters to/from editors re Joyce.  Near fine.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  2514; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $225.00  SOLD
  17. Volume VII, Number 2.  July-August 1920.  Photo of Joyce.  Djuna Barnes piece.  Episode 13 of Ulysses concluded.  Spine chip, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  2515)  $250.00  SOLD
  18. Volume VII, Number 4.  January-March 1921.  Djuna Barnes item.  Sumner v. Joyce by Harriet Monroe.  Margaret Anderson, Ulysses in Court.  Note from editors ere Episode 14 of Ulysses, not to be continued till next month.  Chips, otherwise mear fine.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  2516)  $200.00  SOLD

The Mime of Mick Nick and the Maggies.  A Fragment from the Work in Progress.  The Hague/New York: Servire/Gotham, 1934. (Slocum & Cahoon A 43)  Number 668 of 1,000 New York issue.  Initial Letter, tailpiece and cover designed by Lucia Joyce (photo above).  In wraps, as issued.  Uncut.  Lacking tissue and original slipcase.  In custom-designed matching Fitterer cloth slipcase with spine label.  Fine. Mylar-protected. (ID: 960; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $950.00 

Occasional, Critical, and Political Writings.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2000.  Wyndham Lewis drawing of Joyce on cover.  Includes Joyce's Italian articles.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  2146; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00  

Pomes Penyeach.  Paris:  Shakespeare and Company, 1927.  Slocum and Cahoon A 24.  Front cover tanned with small stain, rear edges tanned with small stain. Slight wear to spine and tips, otherwise tight and fine with errata slip.  In protective box, Mylar protected.  (Item ID:  2153; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $375.00

Pomes Penyeach.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1933.  (Slocum & Cahoon A28)  First English Edition.  Soft cover with flaps.  Price-clipped, pages toned, cover spine and edges a bit sunned.  Tight.  Mylar-protected.  Scarce in this condition.  (ID: 216-107; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $195.00  

Pomes Penyeach.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1939.  (Slocum & Cahoon A28) Third English Reprint.  Soft cover with flaps.  Spine and tips a bit worn, pages toned, small bookshop label to inside rear cover.  Very good plus.  In plastic sleeve.  (ID: 216-106) $35.00 . SOLD . dealer 7 14 17

Pomes Penyeach.  San Francisco (no publisher, no date -- 1960s?)  Torn cover.  (Item ID:  2661; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50 

Pomes Penyeach.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1949.  Fifth Faber printing.  Wraps toned, otherwise fine. (Item ID: 1145; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $22.50  

[Joyce, James]  Doyle, James A.  A Concordance to the Collected Poems of James Joyce.  See Reference below.

The Portable James Joyce:  Four of Joyce's Six Books Complete.  New York:  Viking, 1965.  Cloth: very good, small tear at front cover hinge.  Dust jacket:  shelf wear, some chips back cover fold.  (Item ID: M1031; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  New York:  Huebsch, 1918.  This is the January 1918 third printing of the Huebsch edition.  Tight and clean, spine hinge starting and worn, but gilt on spine intact. (Item ID: 1011; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $150.00

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  New York:  Modern Library, 1928.  Cloth:  near fine; dust jacket: some small chips, small tear hinge bottom front, otherwise very good plus.  (Item ID:  M1032; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 
 
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  New York:  Viking, 1959.  Very good paperback; wrapper faded and edgeworn, but text unmarked and tight.  (Item ID:  1074; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $2.00
 
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  Leipzig, Germany:  Tauchitz, Germany, 1930.  Wrappers, as issued. Copyright edition.  "Not to be introduced to British Empire and USA."  First edition outside US/UK.  Clean and tight.  (Item ID:  2384; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00  SOLD
 
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  The Definitive Text Corrected from the Dublin Holograph.  Large Type Edition Complete and Unabridged.  New York:  Franklin Watts, Inc., 1964.Near fine volume in price-clipped dust jacket with chips at spine bottom and top edge; in Mylar jacket.  (Item ID:  1685; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50
 
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  Norwalk, CT:  Easton Press, 1977. Collector’s Edition bound in leather, gilt lettering and edges,  Introduction by Hugh Kenner, Illustrated by Bryan Keogh.  (ID:  3109) As new $70.00  UNAVAILABLE
 
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  New York:  Signet/Penguin, 1948.  Soft cover #664.  Very good with usual spine ends/tips/edge wear.  (ID:  8432; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  
 
Stephen Hero.  New York:  New Directions, 1944.  One of 3,000.  First Edition.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  Gotham Book Mart order card laid in.  (Item ID: 2406)  $500.00    SOLD   
 
Stephen Hero.  New York:  New Directions, 1955.   Near fine, tight, bright copy in near-fine price-clipped dust jacket.  Edited from MS in Harvard College Library by Theodore Spencer.  A new edition incorporating additional MS pages from Yale University Library edited by Slocum and Cahoon.  In cardboard protective box.  Gotham Book Mart order form laid in. (Item ID: 1015; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00

Stephen Hero.  New York:  New Directions, 1955. Cloth cover good. Ink writing on FFEP. Stain on early pages, page tops slightly warped.  Otherwise text clean, no marks or writing. Dust jacket stained and edge worn. (Item ID: 1012; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

Stephen Hero.  New York:  New Directions, 1944.  1 of 3,000.  Spine sunned, otherwise near fine.  No dust wrapper.  (ID: 8797; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Storiella As She Is Syung.  London:   Corvinus Press, 1937.  First Edition.  Number 94 of 176 Limited Edition.  Slocum and Cahoon A 46.  Fine copy with usual bright orange vellum covers warping, spotting to leaves.  In near fine, slightly soiled publisher’s plain grey-green slipcase.  In custom-designed matching orange cloth and gilt Fitterer clamshell case.  (Item ID:  2150; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $5,000. 00 

Two Tales of Shem and Shaun.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1927.  Slocum and Cahoon A37.  First English Edition.  One of about 5000 copies.  Lacks orange dust wrapper.  Faded spine professionally repaired; end papers faded.  (Item ID:  2374/F 105 http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Ulysses.  Paris:  Shakespeare and Company, 1924. [photo above] Stunning, unrestored, uncut second Shakespeare printing.  Unopened volume with near fine wraps.  Fourth printing overall, after the first Shakespeare, second and third Egoist.  Pages tanned, as is usual, but the flaking typically found is minimal for this copy.  Printed for Sylvia Beach by Darantière at Dijon, France, this was the first time the cover was white with blue letters; prior printings have the reverse.  This copy was kept by Beach in her Lending Library, but never circulated.  Lending Library promotional card laid in.  Many pages uncut.  Protected by Mylar.  Custom cloth box.  The best Ulysses to be had, short of a first.  (ID: JM100)  $2,000.00  SOLD  Dealer

Ulysses.  Hamburg:  The Odyssey Press, 1932. (Dec.)  (Slocum & Cahoon A20)  One-volume, thin-paper “definitive standard edition, revised at the author’s request.”  Very good plus.  Unopened, moderately foxed at edges.  Bottom tips and spine bottom show slight wear, spine lettering faded.  Faded inscription to ffep.  Mylar protected.  Scarce. (ID: 10K107; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $800.00

Ulysses.  First English edition (printed in England).  London:  John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1936.  Slocum and Cahoon A 23.  Lacks dust jacket.  Number 385 of 900.  Internals tight and very clean.  Two bookplates on front pastedown.  Covers slightly worn, but gilt bow bright.  Spine browned, edges a bit worn, gilt bright.  In a custom cloth slipcase bearing gilt lettering and bow.  (Item ID: 2171) $2,000.00  SOLD 4 2 17 DEALER

Ulysses.  A Reader's Edition.  Edited by Danis Rose.  London:  Picador, 1997.  As new in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  2317; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Ulysses.  Complete and Unexpurgated.  First American Printing.  Industry, CA:  Collector Publications, [n.d.]  Pirated edition.  Advertisements for pornographic books and sexual devices at back of the book. Wrappers as issued.  Small tear and water stain to wraps and to first few pages.  Internals toned but tight. (Item ID 1163; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  
 
Ulysses.  New York:  Milestone, 1946.  Spine and front of top cover worn, otherwise clean, unmarked. (Item ID:  2288; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 
 
Ulysses.  A Reader's Edition.  Edited by Danis Rose.  London:  Picador, 1997.  As new in similar dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  2317; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00 
 
Ulysses.  New York:  Oliemeulen, 1964.  In Dutch.  John Vandenburgh, translator.  23 of 100.  Signed by translator.  2-volume boxed set.  Slightest of dust wrapper tip and edge wear; slight box tip edgewear.  (ID: Y8800)  $125.00    SOLD   dealer 7 . 14 17
 
Ulysses.  Copenhagen:  Martins, 1949. First Danish edition.  Slocum & Cahoon D9.  Hardcover in slipcase.  Case has wear, but intact, solid.  Dust wrapper missing bottom third of front and spine.  Volume spine rubbed, gilt bright.  Inscription to front pastedown.  Unopened.  (ID: Y8801)  $100.00 SOLD dealer 7 14 17
 
Ulysses.  [unknown] 1950.  First Korean.  2 volumes.  Hard cover in cardboard slipcases.    Not in Slocum & Cahoon.  Volume One:  Near fine hard cover; dust wrapper very good with moderate wear to spine ends and tips, spine sunned; box is good plus.  Volume Two:  boards are near fine; 2” split at front gutter, o/w very good; dust wrapper:  near fine with light edge/tip wear; box:  very good with light tip/edge wear.  (Y8804) $75.00 (for both) . SOLD dealer 7 14 17
 
[Ulysses] Odysseus.  Stockholm:  Bonniers, 1964.  First Swedish edition.  Slocum & Cahoon D123.  Wrappers.  Uncut.  Spine sunned, ½” closed tear to cover bottom, otherwise near fine.  (ID: Y8802) $75.00 . SOLD dealer 7 14 17
 
[Ulysses]  Putnam, Samuel, & Bronowski, J[acob]., Editors.  The European Caravan:  An Anthology of the New Spirit in European Literature.  New York:  Brewer, Warren and Putnam, 1931.  Part 1:  France, Spain, England and Ireland; Part 2:  Never Printed.  One of 2,000 copies (approximately).  Mylar-protected hard cover, offsetting to endpapers, otherwise near fine.  Lacks dust wrapper.  Reproduces an extended portion of Joyce’s Ulysses “Proteus” episode as it appeared in The Little Review prior to the first edition.  Plus essays on Joyce by Bronowski, 5 poems and short prose by Samuel Beckett, his first appearance in a U.S. publication, and excerpts from Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence, Jean Cocteau, Guillaume Apollinaire, Dadists, et al.  Scarce.  (ID: 8927; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $135.00 

 Joyce Biography and Criticism 

  Arranged by Joyce (Biography/General) and then by works (Dubliners, Ulysses, etc.)

 Biography/General Criticism

A-C

Adams, Robert M.  James Joyce. Common Sense and Beyond.  New York:  Octagon Books, 1980.  Cloth, as new, lacking dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1405; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

Anderson, Chester G.  James Joyce.  London:  Thames & Hudson, 1998.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID: 1203; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Anderson, Chester G.  James Joyce.  Thames and Hudson Literary Lives.  London:  Thames and Hudson, 1967.  Soft cover.  Foxing to top edges, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  1946; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50 

Anderson, Chester G.  James Joyce and His World.  With 124 Illustrations.  London:  Thames and Hudson, 1968.  Fine hard cover in fine dust jacket.  Inscribed and signed by the author.  (Item ID:  1861; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Arnold, Armin.  James Joyce  New York:  Frederick Ungar, 1969.  Soft cover with some tanning, price inked out, owner's name; covers soiled. (Item ID:  M1000; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00  

Beach, Sylvia.  Shakespeare and Company.  New York:  Harcourt, 1958.  Stated 1st edition.  Some browning end papers, cover stained.  Dust jacket:  price clipped, some small chips, closed tears, small stain right front corner.  (Item ID:  M1002)  $15.00  SOLD

Beach, Sylvia.  Shakespeare and Company.  New York:  Harcourt, 1959.  Soft cover.  Tight, unmarked copy with slight soiling to covers, signature inside front cover.  (Item ID:  1186; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $8.00  

Beach, Sylvia.  Ulysses in Paris.  New York:  Harcourt, 1956.  Photo cover of Joyce and Beach at Shakespare and Co.  Hard cover, no jacket, as issued.  Mild wear at spine ends and corners, staining at gutters, but tight and clean.  (Item ID:  1912)  $50.00  SOLD

*Beebe, Maurice.  Ivory Towers and Sacred Founts.  The Artist as Hero in Fiction from Goethe to Joyce.  New York:  New York University Press, 1964.  Inscribed and signed by Beebe on the ffep.  Chapter on Joyce, “The Return from Exile.” Near fine hard cover with a bit of wear to bottom rear cover tip and slight spot of soiling.  Dust wrapper has small chips and closed tears to edges/tips/spine ends, small white spots on spine title, but o/w very good.  (ID: 10K318; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

Beja, Morris.  James Joyce:  A Literary Life.  CoLumbus:  Ohio State University Press, 1992.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  1935; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50  

Beja, Morris.  James Joyce:  A Literary Life.  Dublin:  Gill & Macmillan, 1992.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID: 1979; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Beja, Morris, and Shari Benstock, editors.  Coping with Joyce.  Essays from the Copenhagen Symposium.  Columbus:  Ohio State University Press, 1989.  Essays by Norris, Senn, Scholes, Hart, Bowen, and others.   Cloth, as new, in Mylar-protected as new dust jacket.  Inscribed by Beja. (Item ID:  1392; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

Benstock, Shari, & Benstock, Bernard.  Who’s He When He’s at Home.  A James Joyce Directory.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press, 1980.  [ISBN: 0252007543]  Near fine soft cover with light edge/tip/spine ends wear.  (ID: 10K317; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com).  $20.00 

Bolt, Sydney.  Joyce London:  Longman 1992.  Second edition.  Paperback, as new.  (Item ID: M1003; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00   

Bowen, Zack, Editor.  Irish Renaissance Annual IV.  East Brunswick, NJ:  Allied Universities Press,1983.  6 Joyce essays.  As new, in Mylar, as new dust wrapper. (ID:  3117; http://www.mgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50

Bowker, Gordon.  James Joyce:  A New Biography.  New York:  Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2012.  As new hard cover in Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 994; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

Bradley, Bruce, S.J.  James Joyce's Schooldays.  Foreword by Richard Ellmann.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1982.  Fine in near fine dust jacket, slight wrinkle at top edge.  (Item ID:  1947; http://www.rmgerberbooks.com)  $40.00 

Bradley, Bruce.  James Joyce’s Schooldays.  Dublin:  Fill and Macmillan, 1982.  Foreword by Richard Ellmann.  As new in similar dust wrapper.  (Y8806; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

*Brivic, Sheldon.  Joyce The Creator.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1985. (ISBN: 0299100804) Inscribed and signed by Brivic.   Cloth, Mylar-protected jacket, as new.  (ID: 1383; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

Brivic, Sheldon.  Joyce the Creator.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1985.  [ISBN:  0299100804]  As new volume, near fine dust wrapper with tape-repaired 1” tear to back. (ID: 8441; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

*Brivic, Sheldon.  The Veil of Signs:  Joyce, Lacan, and Perception.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 1991.  (ISBN: 0252061594)  Signed by the author.  Soft cover.  As new.  (ID: 1384; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00 

*Brown, Richard.  Modern Novelists. James Joyce.  New York:  St. Martins, 1992.  Cloth, as new, in as new dust jacket. Inscribed by Brown.  (Item ID:  1413; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Burgess, Anthony.  Joysprick:  An Introduction to the Language of Joyce.  London:  Andre Deutsch, 1975. Cloth like new; lacks dust wrapper. (Item ID:  1189;  http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00  

 

Burgess, Anthony.  Joysprick.  An Introduction to the Language of James Joyce.  New York:  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973.  Toning to block edges, signature to ffep, unread, tiny chips to bottom cover tips, signatures separated at gutter pp. 48-49 o/w good plus.   (ID: 317-107; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $6.00  NEW

Burgess, Anthony.  Joysprick:  An Introduction to the Language of James Joyce.  London:  Deutsch, 1973. Fine volume, in similar dust wrapper.  (ID:  10K39)  $50.00 SOLD Amazon

Cage John.  James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie:  An Alphabet.  New York:  Cage rust, 2001.  Fine soft cover.  Interview with Cage, text of play using repeated mesostic on Joyce's name, text from Finnegans Wake, etc.  Scarce.  (Ite ID:  1654; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00 

Cato, Bob, and Greg Vitiello.  Joyce Images.  Introduction by Anthony Burgess.  New York:  Norton:  1994.  As new volume in Mylar-protected as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1684)  $35.00  SOLD

Cato, Bob, and Greg Vitello.  Joyce Images.  Introduction by Anthony Burgess.  New York:  w. W. Norton, 1994.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1858; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Cixous, Hélène.  The Exile James Joyce.  New York:  Lewis, 1972.  Fine volume in near fine, spine sunned dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1972; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $37.50  

Cixous, Hélène.  The Exile of James Joyce. London:  Calder, 1976.  FFEP clipped, otherwise as new in very good plus to near fine jacket, spine creased, spine edges light wear.  (Item ID:  1973; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Column, Mary & Padraic.  Our Friend James Joyce.  London:  Gollancz, 1959.  Ex libris with plate on FFEP, usual library markings, in near fine dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1916; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Colum, Mary and Padraic.  Our Friend James Joyce.  .Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, 1959.  Near fine volume with a little wear to spine ends.  Soiled dustwrapper has one chip at spine head, edgewear, tears, and creases. (Item ID: 1024; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Colum, Mary & Padraic.  Our Friend James JoyceGloucester, MA:  Peter Smith Publishing,1968.    Scarce edition. Fine, no dust wrapper (ID:  3122; http:/www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $33.00 

Costello, Peter.  James Joyce.  The Years of Growth 1882-1915.  A Biography.  New York: Pantheon, 1992.  As new hard cover in as new Mylar-protected dust jacket.  (item ID:  1956; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Costello, Peter.  James Joyce.  Gill's Irish Lives.  Dublin:  Gill & Macmillan, 1980.  Soft cover.  Fine, as new. (Item ID: 1214; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Cowley, Malcolm.  Exile's Return.  A Literary Odyssey of the 1920s.  New York:  Viking, 1969.  Tenth Printing. Soft cover.  Contains:  Joyce, Pound, Hemingway, Eliot, and others.  Creased cover, edge wear.  (Item ID:  1929; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50  

Crivelli, Renzo S.  James Joyce.  Triestine Itineraries.  Trieste:  MGS Press, 1996. (ISBN:  888642423x) Soft cover.  As new.  (Item ID:  1440; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00 

Cross, Richard K.  Flaubert and Joyce:  The Rite of Fiction.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1971.  Fine volume in near fine dust wrapper, price clipped, a bit of tip, spine top wear, slight spine sunning.  (ID:  Y8814)  $30.00  SOLD  2/3/16

Curran, C[onstantine] P.  James Joyce Remembered.  London:  Oxford University Press, 1968.  Like new volume in good dust jacket with wear at edges.  Photo of Joyce on front, Curran on rear.  (Item ID:  1190; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Curran, Constantine [P.].  James Joyce Remembered.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1968.  Fine volume in near fine price-clipped Mylar-protected dust jacket.  Photo of Joyce on front, Curran on the back. (Item ID:  1915; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

Curran, C. P.  James Joyce Remembered.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1968.  Unopened volume, bookplate to ffep.  Light wear, including very small closed tears, to dust wrapper edges/tips/spine ends, o/w very good. (ID: 10K307; www,rgerberbookhttp://www.rmgerberbooks;alibrisstore.com) $20.00.

 

D-F

Daly, Leo.  James Joyce & The Mullingar Connection.  Ireland:  Dolmen Editions, 1975.  One of 250 signed.  Near fine in very good plus dust jacket with tip wear and small holes on rear.  (Item ID:  1677; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00  

Davies, Stan Gebler.  James Joyce:  A Portrait of the Artist.  London:  Davis-Poynter, 1975.  Fine hard cover in near fine dust jacket with slight top spine end wrinkler.  (Item ID:  1954; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50  

Davies, Stan Gebler.  James Joyce:  A Portrait of the Artist.  London:  Granada, 1982.  Soft cover. Tanned, but otherwise as new.  (Item ID: 1963; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50 

[Joyce and Proust]  Davenport-Hines, Richard.  A Night at the Majestic.  Proust and the Great Modernist Dinner Party of 1922.  London:  Faber and Faber, 2006.  First Edition, Second Printing.  [ISBN:  0571220088]  As new in as new Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 10K101; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

[Joyce and Proust]  Davenport-Hines, Richard.  Proust at the Majestic:  The Last Days of the Author Whose Book Changed Paris.  New York:  Bloomsbury, 2006.  [ISBN:  9781582344713]  Near fine hard cover with light crimping to lower right pages throughout; dust wrapper is fine.  (ID: 10K100; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

*Dettmar, Kevin J. H.  The Illicit Joyce of Postmodernism:  Reading Against the Grain.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1996. (ISBN: 029915064X)  Signed by Dettmar.  Bump to lower rear tip, slight creasing to cover, o/w near fine soft cover. (ID: 1438; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

*Dettmar, Kevin J. H.  The Illicit Joyce of Postmodernism.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1996. Signed by Dettmar. Paperback. As new, unopened. (ID:1075; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Doyle, Paul A.  Concordance to Collected Poems of James Joyce.  New York:  Scarecrow, 1966.  Spine ends slight worn, otherwise near fine. No dust jacket as issued.  (Item ID:  1216; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00  

Edel, Leon.  James Joyce:  The Last Journey.  New York:  Gotham, 1947.  Very good hard cover issued without a dust wrapper.  Slight wear to spine top and tips, slight edge sunning.  (ID:  Y8831) $25.00  SOLD

Edel, Leon.  James Joyce:  The Last Journey.  New York:  Gotham, 1947.  Paper over boards, paper label on spine. Edge sunning to covers, toning to endpapers, some pine top wear, o/w very good.  Photo of Joyce gravesite.  (ID: 8995; http:/www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $25.00  NEW

Ellmann, Richard.  The Consciousness of Joyce.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1977.  As new volume, near fine dust jacket, a bit of edgewear.  Review copy, publisher's note laid in.  (ID: Y8818; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Ellmann, Richard.  Four Dubliners:  Wilde, Yeats, Joyce, and Beckett.  New York:  George Braziller, 1888. Soft cover. Very small remainder mark bottom edge, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1218; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50 

Ellman, Richard.  Four Dubliners:  Wilde, Yeats, Joyce, and Beckett.  London:  Cardinal, 1991.  Very minor edge wear, otherwise as new.  (Item ID: 1213; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00 
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1961.  Third printing. Cloth fine, in near fine dust jacket.  Jacket has 1/2" chip at front bottom, edgewear at tips and spine top and bottom. (Item ID: 1030; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1982.  Near fine volume with 2-inch water stain to rear pastedown.  Near fine dust jacket with slightest of wear to spine edges.  (Item ID: 1037) $45.00    SOLD  
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1965. Very good paperback.  Spine ends wrinkled, owner's signature/date on FFEP.  Small British price sticker rear cover.  (Item ID: 1070;http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce.  New York:  Oxford, 1965.  Soft cover.  Bookshop stamp on FFEP, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1980; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $17.50 
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce.  New York:  Oxford, 1959.  Owner name stamped on FFEP, otherwise fine in very good plus-near fine dust wrapper with two small chips to bottom edge, tape-repaired tears, slight wear to spine ends and tips.  Laid in invitation to Publication Day Party in honor of author at Gotham Book Mart, NYC.  (Item ID:  1981H; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $110.00  
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce-Revision.  New York:  Oxford, 1983. As new in as new Mylar-protected dust wrapper.   (Item ID:  1982; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce-Revision.  New York:  Oxford, 1983.  Near fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper with slight edge wear.  (Item ID:  1983; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce-Revision.  New York:  Oxford, 1983.  Soft cover.  Slight edge wear, crease to cover, lower front spine starting, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  1985; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  
 
Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce’s Tower, Sandycove Co Dublin.  Dublin:  Hely Thom, 1969.  Soft cover, spiral bound; slightly sunned spine, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1674)  $45.00    SOLD  
 
Epstein, Edmund L.  The Ordeal of Stephen Dedalus.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1971.  Fine to hear fine hard cover in Mylar-protected dust wrapper with 2-1/2” closed tears, not affecting copy.  (ID:  994; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  
 
Epstein, E. L., Editor.  A Starchamber Quiry:  A James Joyce Centennial Volume 1882-1982.  New York:  Methuen, 1982.  [ISBN: 0416315607; 9780416315608] Contributions by Hugh Kenner, Fritz Senn, Robert Boyle, Clive Hart, and Epstein. As new volume, ink date to ffep.  Near fine dust wrapper, a bit of top edge fade, small price sticker remnant to front flap bottom.  (ID: 10K41; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00   NEW
 
Epstein, E. L., Editor.  A Starchamber Quiry:  A James Joyce Centennial Volume 1882-1982.  New York:  Methuen, 1982.  Essays by Kenner, Senn, Epstein, Boyle, and Hart.  Fine volume, near fine dust wrapper.  (ID:  Y8823; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 
 
*Fargnoli, A. Nicholas, and Michael P. Gillespie.  James Joyce.  A – Z.  The Essential Reference to His Life and Writings.    New York:  Oxford, 1995.  Inscribed and signed by Fargnoli. Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  1850; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

Fitch, Noel Riley.  Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation.  New York:  Norton, 1985. Paperback, 5th edition. Near fine, very minor shelf wear.  (Item ID:  M1013; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00 

Fitch, Noel Riley.  Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation.  A History of Literary Paris in the 20s and 30s.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1985.  Soft cover.  Tight, clean, remaindered copy with wear to tips.  (Item ID:  1234; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 
 
Freund, Gisèle,  and V. B. Carleton, with a Preface by Simone de Beauvoir.  James Joyce in Paris:  His Final Years.  London: Cassell, 1966.  Near fine in price-clipped dust jacket with mild edge wear and sunning to edges.   In Mylar jacket.  (Item ID:  1686)  $50.00 SOLD

Freund, Gisèle, and V. B. Carleton.  James Joyce in Paris:  His Final Years.  Preface by Simone de Beauvoir.  New York:  Harcourt, 1965.  Fine hard cover in near fine slightly soiled dust jacket with chipped spine ends.  (Item ID:  1854; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00 

Freund, Gisèle.  Preface by Richard Ellmann. Three Days with Joyce.  New York:  Persea Books, 1990. Paper wraps with the slightest of wear to lower edge and tips.  Item ID: 1068; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00

Freund, Gisèle.  Three Days with Joyce.  New York:  Persea, 1985.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  2403; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

Freund, Gisèle.  Three Days with Joyce.  New York:  Persea, 1985.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  2404; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Freund, Gisèle.  Preface by Richard Ellmann.  Three Days with Joyce.  New York:  Persea Books, 1990. Minor crease where front cover and first page had been bent, minor shelf wear, otherwise very good to near fine. (Item ID: 1014;  http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00   
 
Froula, Christine.  Modernism's Body.  Sex, Culture, and Joyce.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1993. No dust jacket as issued; as new.  (Item ID:  1280; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $65.00 
 
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Gill, Bartholomew.  The Death of a Joyce Scholar.  London:  Alison & Bushy, 1998.  Soft cover, as new. Novel with Joycean theme.  (Item ID:  1206; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 
 
Gillet, Louis.  Claybook for James Joyce.  Translated by Georges Markow-Totevy.  London and New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1958.  Near fine hard cover in very good plus price-clipped dust jacket with residue from price sticker on front and slight edge, spine and tip wear.  Order card from Gotham Book Mart laid in.  (Item ID: 1921)  $40.00 
 
Gillet, Louis.  Claybook for James JoyceTrans. and Intro. by Georges Markow-Totevy, Preface by Leon Edel and an article by Andre Gide.   London and New York:  Abelard-Schuman, 1958.  Gilt titles fading, tips slightly faded.  Internals tight, clean, and unmarked.  Very good copy. (Item ID: 1092; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00
 
Givens, Seon, ed.  James Joyce:  Two Decades of CriticismNew York:  Vanguard Press, 1948.  Cloth: very good to near fine; some browning end papers.  Dust jacket:  very good, small chips at corners.  Mylar protected. (Item ID: M1016; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00
 
Giedion-Welcker, C., Editor. In Memoriam.  James Joyce.  Zurich:  Fretz & Wasmuth, 1941.  Slocum and Cahoon B24.  Very good plus cardboard stock covers with fade to edges.  Two Joyce poems, letter, Joyce photo, death mask frontispiece.  English and German.  (ID: 8994; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $55.00 
 
Goldberg, S. L.  James Joyce.  Edinburgh:  Oliver & Boyd, 1965.  Light soiling and edge wear, otherwise near fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  1965; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50 
 
Goldman, Arnold.  The Joyce Paradox:  Form and Freedom in His Fiction.  Evanston:  Northwestern University Press, 1966.  Near fine volume, spine a bit faded.  Lacks dust jacket.  (ID: Y8817; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 
 
Gorman, Herbert.  James Joyce.  New York:  Farrar and Rinehart, 1939.  First edition.  Cloth:  very good to near fine.  Tanning front leaves, foxing back of half-title and title, none in text.  Dust jacket:  price clipped. Some chips & tears, especially upper edges, spine.  Scarce in dust jacket.  (Item ID: M1017;http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  
 
Gorman, Herbert.  James Joyce.  New York:  Rinehart & Co., Inc., 1948.  Cloth, very good.  Clean, tight, lightly tanned copy with owner's signature & date on FFEP.  Spine-sunned d ust jacket with minor edge wear, pencil on inside front flap.  Otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  1227; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 
 
Gorman, Herbert.  James Joyce:  A Definitive Biography.  London:  Bodley Head, 1949.  Third printing, second impression.  Near fine volume.  Very good dustwrapper, edgeworn and chipped.  (ID: Y8807; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00
 
Gorman, Herbert.  James Joyce:  A Definitive Biography.  London:  Bodley Head, 1949. Second Impression.  Near fine hard cover with name/date on FFEP; near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket with a small closed tear at top, edge wear. (Item ID:  1951; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00  
 
Gorman, Herbert.  James Joyce:  A Definitive Biography.  London:  Bodley Head, 1941.  Good plus hard cover with edge and spine end wear, tanning of endpapers; name/date/place on FFEP; interiors tight and clean.  Lacks dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1961; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50 

Gorman, Herbert.  James Joyce.  New York:  Farrar & Rinehart, 1939.  Near fine hard cover, name on tanned front pastedown, in near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket with tiny chip and edge wear.  (Item ID: 1952; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00 

Gorman, Herbert.  James Joyce:   His First Forty Years.  New York:  Huebsch, 1924.  Hard cover.  Toned pages, front cover joint starting, name on front pastedown, spine ends and tips mildly worn; no dust jacket. (Item ID:  1953; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Gross, John.  Joyce.  Fontana Modern Writers.  London:  Collins, 1971.  Soft cover.  Lightly tanned, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1971; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.50 

Gunn, Ian, and Clive Hart.  James Joyce's Dublin.  A Topographical Guide to the Dublin of Ulysses. London: Thames & Hudson, 2004. Publisher notes that "A version of this book was published as A Topographical Guide to James Joyce's Ulysses in 1975.  This edition has been completely redesigned and includes photographs as well as new drawings and texts."  As new.  (Item ID:  1138) $50.00  SOLD dealer 7 14 17

Gunn, Ian, and Clive Hart.  James Joyce’s Dublin:  A Topographical Guide to the Dublin of Ulysses.  London:  Thames & Hudson, 2004.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:   1679; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Gÿorgy, Dr. Ipkovich, Editor.  The Joyce of Szombathely.  Szambathely, Hungary, 2005.  Stiff wrappers.  English and Hungarian.  Contents:   Endre, Toth:  “The Origins of Leopold Bloom”;  Ferenc Takács, “Joyce and Hungary”; Robert Orbán, “To Appear to be Bloom”; Robert Orbán, “The Ulysses of Szambathely.”  As new.  (ID: 8435)  $45.00  SOLD

Harmon, Maurice.  The Celtic Matter:  Being Contributions to the First James Joyce Symposium in Dublin.  Dublin:  Dolmen Press, 1969.  Fine in fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID:  Y8826; http:/www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00 

Harmon, Maurice, Editor.  James Joyce Centenary Issue. Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies. Vol 12, No 1 (Spring 1982) 12 articles, 12 color prints, 8 reviews.  In wrappers, as issued.  Fine. (ID:  3116; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

*Henke, Suzette.  James Joyce and the Politics of Desire.  New York:  Routledge, 1990.  Soft cover.  Underlined, but otherwise fine. Inscribed by Henke.  (Item ID:  1463; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00Hickey, Kieran.  Faithful Departed.  The Dublin of James Joyce’s Ulysses.  With an Introductory Essay by Des Hickey.  Dublin:  Ward River, 1982.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  1682; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Hutchins, Patricia.  James Joyce's Dublin.  London:  Grey Walls Press Limited, 1950.  Green cloth, light fading and wear on ends and tips.  Gilt letters slightly faded.  Slight toning and warp to endpapers.  No dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1141; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Hutchins, Patricia.  James Joyce’s Dublin.  London:  The Grey Walls Press, 1950.  Very good volume in dust jacket with spine, edges, and tips with many chips.  (Item ID:  1687; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Hutchins, Patricia.  James Joyce’s Dublin.  London:  Grey Walls Press, 1950.  Near fine in good plus to very good dust jacket, chipped at spine tops, worn at tips, book store label on front flap.  (Item ID:  1859; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Hutchins, Patricia.  James Joyce's World.  London:  Methuen, 1957.  Very good hard cover with name/location, staining to end paper.  Worn dust jacket in good plus condition.  (Item ID:  1920; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  
 
Hutchins, Patricia.  James Joyce’s World.  London:  Methuen, 1957.  Near fine volume, a bit of offsetting to endpapers.  Very good plus dustwrapper, minor chips to tips and spine ends.  (ID: Y8808; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  
 
Igoe, Vivien James Joyce’s Dublin Houses and Nora Barnacle’s Galway.  Dublin:  Lilliput, 2007.  [ISBN:  9781843510826]  As new soft cover. (ID: 10K111; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  NEW
 
Jackson, John Wyse, and Peter Costello.  John Stanislaus Joyce.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1998.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1986; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  
 
Jackson, John Wyse, and Peter Costello.  John Stanislaus Joyce.  London:  Fourth Estate, 1998.  Soft cover. Spine tip and slight edge wear, front cover wrinkle.  (Item ID:  1987)  $10.00  
 
Jackson, John Wyse, and Peter Costello.  John Stanislaus Joyce:  The Voluminous Life and Genius of James Joyce's Father.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1998.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  M1020)  $12.00  SOLD
 
James Joyce QuarterlyVolume 18, Number 4, Summer 1981.  (Item ID: 1131; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  
 
James Joyce QuarterlyVolume 21, Number 3, Spring 1984.  (Item ID: 1130; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  
 
James Joyce Quarterly, Volume 24, Number 3, Spring 1987.  (Item ID: 1128; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 
 
James Joyce  Sa vie son oeuvre son rayonnement.  Paris:  La Hune, 1949.  Good plus.  Front cover detached, tender with 1" chip; text fine.  No dust jacket as issued.  (Item ID: 1057; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $35.00
 
Jaurretche, Colleen.  The Sensual Philosophy.  Joyce and the Aesthetics of Mysticism.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1997.  As new hard cover.  Dust wrapper has slightest of soiling and very light bumping to spine top, otherwise near fine to fine.  Inscribed, dated, and signed.  (Item id:  2630; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00
 
Jolas, Maria.  Pastimes of James Joyce.  New York:  Joyce Memorial Fund/Gotham Book Mart, 1941. Number 84 of 700.  Unsigned copy in original blue-grey paper wraps.  One-quarter inch of edges of covers slightly creased, pages mildly toned, top 1/4 edge of first page sunned, otherwise near fine, but lacking scarce glassine.  (Item ID: 1236; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  The Complete Dublin Diary of Stanislaus Joyce.  Edited by George H. Healey.  Dublin:  Anna Livia Press, 1994.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  1924; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  The Dublin Diary of Stanislaus Joyce.  Edited by George Harris Healey.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1962.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  1923; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  The Dublin Diary of Stanislaus Joyce. George Healey, Editor.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1962.  Fine volume in dust wrapper with minor edge wear and a bit of soil to rear.  (ID: Y8796)  $40.00 SOLD
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  My Brother's Keeper.  Edited by Richard Ellmann, with a Preface by T. S. Eliot.  London:   Faber, 1958.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected price-clipped dust jacket with slightest of top edge wear.  (Item ID: 1925; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $90.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  My Brother's Keeper.  James Joyce's Early Years.  Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by Richard Ellmann.  Preface by T. S. Eliot.  New York:  Viking, 1958.  Fine hard cover in near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket with slightest of top edge wear.  (Item ID:  1926; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  My Brother's Keeper.  James Joyce's Early Years.  Edited, with an introduction and notes, by Richard Ellmann.  Preface by T. S. Eliot.  New York:  McGraw-Hill Paperbacks, 1964.  Soft cover. Near fine with foxing to edges, tip crease.  (Item ID:  1919; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $12.50  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  My Brother's Keeper:  James Joyce's Early Years.  New York:  Viking, 1977.  Cloth: near fine, minor tanning front end papers.  Dust jacket:  price slipped, small chips front and spine, edge wear, otherwise very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  M1022; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  My Brother's Keeper.  James Joyce's Early Years.  Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Richard Ellmann.  Preface by T. S. Eliot.  New York:  Viking Compass, 1969.  Soft cover.  Tight, unmarked copy.  Wrapper shows mild wear, price blacked out on front cover.  (Item ID: 1221; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $9.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  My Brother's Keeper.  James Joyce's Early Years.  Edited with Notes by Richard Ellmann. Preface by T. S. Eliot.  Cambridge, MA:  Da Capo/Perseus, 2003.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID: 1927; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  Recollections of James Joyce by His Brother.  New York:  James Joyce Society, 1950.  #47/750.  Translated from Italian by Ellsworth Mason.  In wraps, with fade to spine edges.  In Mylar.  A bit of spine end wear.  Unopened.  Near fine.  (ID:10K37)   $65.00  SOLD
 
Joyce, Stanislaus.  Recollections of James Joyce by His Brother.  New York:  James Joyce Society, 1950.  Limited edition:  484/750.  Wrappers, as issued.  Slight crease to tips, very mild sunning to spine, otherwise near fine to fine.  Laid in Gotham Book Mart publication promotional/order card. [also listed below in "Literary Journals"]   (Item ID:  1831; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE; PLEASE CHECK BACK 
 
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Kenner, Hugh.  Dublin's Joyce.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1987.  Sixth printing.  Paperback. Very good to near fine; no writing or underlining.  (Item ID:  M1024; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 
 
Kenner, Hugh.  Joyce’s Voices.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1978.  [ISBN:  0520032063]  As new volume.  Dust jacket spine soiled a bit.  (ID:  Y8813)  $20.00  SOLD    Dealer 12/13/16
 
Kershner, R. B.  Joyce, Bakhtin, and Popular Literature.  Chronicles of Disorder.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 1989.  As new, with publisher’s review copy slip.  Signed by Kershner.  (Item ID:  1465; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00
 
Kronegger, Maria Elisabeth.  James Joyce & Associated Image Makers.  New Haven:  College & University Press, 1968.  Soft cover.  Near fine, slight sunning to cover edges.  (Item ID:  1930; www.http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.50
 
[Joyce, James. Trieste Library] Kropotkin, P. The Commune of Paris.  London:  “Freedom” Office, 1909.  16-page pamphlet, string-tied, near fine.  Joyce purchased a copy in London in 1909; found in his 1920 Trieste library.  Scarce.  (ID: 10K113; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $100.00  
 
Levin, Harry.  James Joyce.  Norfolk:  New Directions, 1941.  Near fine volume in good plus edge worn dust wrapper with small chips and tears.  (Item ID:  1974; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Levin, Harry. James Joyce.  Norfolk:  New Directions, 1941.  Hard cover with toned pages, otherwise near fine.  Dust jacket:  very slight edge wear, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1975; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00  

Levin, Harry.  James Joyce.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1944.  Price-clipped, edge wear to dust jacket. Signed and dated by Joycean J. S. Atherton on FFEP.  (Item ID:  1976; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Levin, Harry.  James Joyce.  Norfolk, CT:  New Directions, 1960.  Good copy.  Spine almost detached and rubbed.  Signature and date on title page, inked name on top edge, otherwise clean.  (Item ID: 1083; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $3.00

Levin, Harry.  James Joyce.  A Critical Introduction.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1960.  Soft cover.  Tight, clean copy with creased wrap.  (Item ID:  1235; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  
 
Levin, Harry.  James Joyce:  A Critical Introduction.  Norfolk, CT:  New Directions, 1941.  Lacks dust wrapper.  Soiled, spine darkened, drawings to endpapers.  (ID:  Y8829; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00 
 
Levin, Harry.  James Joyce:  A Critical Introduction.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1968.  (Slocum & Cahoon A54) Later reprint.  Unopened copy in near fine dust wrapper, minor edge chips.  Sealed in plastic.  (ID: 216-108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 
 
Lyons, J. B.  James Joyce and Medicine.  Dublin:  Dolmen Press, 1973.  Fine in near fine dust wrapper with minor spine top and tips wear; name to ffep.  (ID:  Y8821; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

McCarthy, Jack.  Joyce’s Dublin:  A Walking Guide to Ulysses.  Dublin:  Wolfhound Pres, 1986.  Soft cover, near fine, with creasing to half-title, very slight edge and tip wear.  (Item ID:  1672; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.50

Maddox, Brenda.  Nora:  The Acclaimed Biography of Nora Joyce.  London:  Penguin, 2000.  Soft cover.  Near fine, minor spine edge wear.  (Item ID:  1993; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Maddox, Brenda.  Nora:  A Biography of Nora Joyce.  London:  Hamish, 1988.  Front tip bumped, otherwise fine volume with very good plus to near fine dust jacket with wrinkled lower right corner and small closed tear, mild rubbing and edge wear.  (Item ID:  1992; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  
 
Maddox, Brenda.  Nora:  A Biography of Nora Joyce.  New York:  Fawcett, 1989.  Very good, tanned soft cover, slight cover creasing.  (Item ID: 1994; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  
 
Magalaner, Marvin, and Richard M. Kain.  Joyce:  The Man, the Work, the Reputation.  Oxford: Plantin Paperbacks, 1990.  Soft cover.  Cover i creased, slight edge wear, otherwise very good to near fine. (Item ID: 1949; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  
 
Magalaner, Marvin, and Richard M. Kain.  Joyce:  The Man, the Work, the Reputation.  New York:  New York University Press, 1956.  Fine hard cover in near fine dust jacket with minor edge wear.  (Item ID:  1950; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  
 
Magalaner, Marvin.  Time of Apprenticeship.  The Fiction of Young James Joyce.  London:  Abelard-Schuman, 1959.  Cloth:  a very good plus volume with toned pages.  Dust jacket:  price clipped and showing edge wear, tape reinforced, and tip wear.  (Item ID:  1257; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50  

Magalaner, Marvin, and Richard M. Kain.  Joyce.  The Man, the Work, the Reputation.  New York: Collier, 1962.  Soft cover.  Spine faded, inked price on cover, clean and unmarked.  (Item ID:  1217; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Magalaner, Marvin, editor.  A James Joyce Miscellany New York:  The James Joyce Society, 1957.  Very good plus copy in paper wraps. Slightest of sunning at top, rubbed top right center.  (Item ID: 1058a; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00
 
Magalaner, Marvin, editor.  A James Joyce Miscellany New York:  The James Joyce Society, 1957. Good ex-libris copy with usual library markings.  Cardboard wraps are stained; text has very occasional light underlining, marks in margin.  (Item ID:  1058; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00
 
Magalaner, Marvin, editor.  A James Joyce Miscellany.  Second Series.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1959.  Sunned spine and cover top.  Internals tight and unmarked.  Photocopy of Joyce's schema for Ulysses laid in where original was torn out.  No dust jacket. (Item ID: 1142; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  
 
Magalaner, Marvin, editor.  A James Joyce Miscellany.  Second Series.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1959.  Spine tip split (3/4""), scuffed, otherwise clean, unmarked, very good copy.  (Item ID:  1223; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00
 
Magalaner, Marvin, editor.  Time of Apprenticeship. The Fiction of Young James Joyce.  London: Abelard-Schuman, 1959.  Slight scuffing and edge wear to Mylar-protected dust jacket.  Slight page toning, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1152; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 
 
Magalaner, Marvin.  Time of Apprenticeship:  The Fiction of Young James Joyce.  New York:  Abelard-Schuman, 1959.  Near fine volume with small bookshop label to front pastedown.  Dust wrapper chipped on upper edge and spine end.  (ID: 10K38; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00
 
Mahaffey, Vicki.  Reauthorizing Joyce.  Gainesville:  University Press, of Florida, 1995.  Soft cover.  Like new, with slightest of tip wear.  (Item ID: 1181; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00
 
Martin, Augustine.  James Joyce:  The Artist and the Labyrinth.  (1990) . Hard cover.  $50.00  SOLD Amazon 10 16 17

McCormack, W. J., and Stead, Alistair.  James Joyce and Modern Literature.  Boston:  Routledge, 1982.  [ISBN:  0710090587]  Fine volume in fine dust wrapper.  Heaney poem.  (ID: Y8815; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00   

McCourt, John.  James Joyce.  A Passionate Exile.  London:  Orion, 2000.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1853; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

McCourt, John.  James Joyce.  A Passionate Exile.  London:  Orion, 2000.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1853a; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

McCourt, John.  James Joyce:  A Passionate Exile.  New York:  St. Martins, 1999.  [ISBN:  0312269412; 970312269418] As new hardcover in similar dust wrapper.  Profuse number of photographs.  (ID:  10K42; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $20.00  

McCourt, John.  The Years of Bloom.  James Joyce in Trieste.  1904-1920.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 2000.  As new hard cover in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1911; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $27.50  

McSharry, Katherine.  A Joycean Scrapbook.  Dublin:  National Library of Ireland, 2004.  Wrappers, as issued.  As new.  (Item ID:  M1026; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Mikhail, E. H., editor.  James Joyce.  Interviews & Recollections.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1990.  As new in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  1913; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $90.00  

Morse, J. Mitchell.  Sympathetic Alien:  James Joyce and Catholicism.  New York:  New York University Press, 1959.  Very good volume without dust wrapper.  A few underlinings.  (ID:  Y8822; http://www.rmgerbebooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Negrotti, Rosanna.  Joyce’s Dublin.  London:  Caxton, 2000.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1678; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Noël, Lucie.  James Joyce and Paul Léon:  The Story of a Friendship.  New York:  Gotham, 1950.  Edges a bit sunned, otherwise near fine in cardboard wraps.  (ID:  Y8832)  $30.00  SOLD

Noël, Lucie, .  James Joyce and Paul L. Léon.  The Story of a Friendship.  New York:  Gotham, 1950.  In wrappers as issued.  Fine first edition.  As new.  (Item ID: 1178)  $40.00   SOLD

Norburn, Roger.  A James Joyce Chronology.  Author Chronologies Series.  London:  Palgrave/Macmillan, 2004. As new, without dust wrapper, as issued.  (Item ID:  1943) $100.00  SOLD

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O'Brien, Edna.  James Joyce.  Penguin Lives.  New York:  Viking:  1999.  As new hard cover with as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  1938; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  
 
O'Brien, Edna.  James & Nora:  Portrait of Joyce's Marriage.  Northridge, CA:  Lord John, 1981. Number 121 of 250.  Association copy:  Signed twice by author and inscribed to Charles Wintour, British newspaper editor and father of Anna.  As new volume without dust jacket as issued; in Mylar.  (Item ID:  1989; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $90.00  
 
O'Connor, Ulick.  The Joyce We Knew.  Cork:  Mercier, 1967.  Toned pages, sunned cover, lacking dust jacket.  Mylar-protected.  Memoirs of Sheehy, Fallon, Power, Colum.  (Item ID:  1917; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  
 
O'Connor, Ulick, editor.  The Joyce We Knew.  Memoirs of Joyce.  Dingle, Co. Kerry Ireland:  Brandon, 2004.  New soft cover.  (Item ID:  1204; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.50.  
 
O'Connor, Ulick.  The Joyce We Knew.  Cork:  Mercier, 1967. Memoirs of Sheehy, Fallon, Power, Colum.  Soft cover. Pages toned, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  1918; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00
 
Ogden, C. K., Editor.  Psyche.  Volume 9, No. 5, July 1929.  London:  Kegan:  1929.  Near fine, in wrappers, as issued.  Vol. IX, Nos. 1-4 Index laid in.  Editorial and Literary experiments essay on Joyce.  (ID: 8524; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 
 
O Laoi, Padraic.  Nora Barnacle Joyce.  A Portrait.  Galway:  Kennys Bookshop and Art Galleries, 1992. Cloth, as new.  Mylar-protected dust jacket with light fading, minor creasing, small closed tear front cover, light edge wear.  (Item ID:  1144 m to r; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 
 
*O Laoi, Padraic.  Nora Barnacle Joyce.  A Portrait.  Galway:  Kennys Bookshops and Art Galleries, Ltd., 1982.  [090631223X]  Signed on FFEP.  Unopened volume in dustwrapper with moderate wear to edges and tips.  (ID: 10K102; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $50.00
 
O’Shea, Michael.  James Joyce & Heraldry.   Albany:  SUNY Albany, 1986.    As new hard cover, no jacket as issued.  (ID:  3124; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50
 
O’Shea, Michael.  James Joyce and Heraldry.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 1986.  [ISBN:  0887062709] As new soft cover.  (ID: 8440; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00   
 
Peake, C. H.  James Joyce.  The Citizen and the Artist.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 1977.  Soft cover.  Edge and cover stained, rear wrinkled.  Text tight and unmarked.  Good to very good condition. (Item ID:  1187; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  
 
Peake, C. H.  James Joyce:  The Citizen and Artist.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 1977.  As new in near fine dustwrapper, slight spine sunning.  (ID: 8810; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 
 
Pierce, David.  Reading Joyce.  New York:  Routledge, 2013.  [ISBN:  9781405840613]  As new soft cover, unopened.  (ID: 317-107; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  NEW
 
Pearl, Cyril.  Dublin in Bloomtime.  The City James Joyce Knew.  New York:  Viking, 1969.  First American Edition.  Very good to near fine cloth with some fading to upper top edges.  Near fine dust jacket with small closed tears on rear top and front bottom.  Lacks errata slip.  (Item ID: 1142; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 
 
Pierce, David.  James Joyce's Ireland.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1995.  Paperback.  Good to very good condition.  Upper corner cover, 20 pages creased from having been bent, several grey spots on title page, otherwise clean, nice copy.  (Item ID:  M1029; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00
 
Pierce, David.  James Joyce’s Ireland.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1992.  Soft cover.   As new, signed by the author.  (Item ID:  1855; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  
 
Pomerantz, Charlotte.  Pictures by Nancy Winslow Parker.  Here Comes Henny.  New York:  Greenwillow, 1994. (Inspired by Finnegans Wake?)  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1665; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Potts, Willard, editor.  Portraits of the Artist in Exile.  Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans.  Seattle: Wolfhound Press, 1979.  Fine hard cover in a very good plus dust jacket with edge wear.  (Item ID:  1957; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

Potts, William, ed.  Portraits of the Artist in Exile.  Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans.  New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986. Soft cover.  Slight spine end wear, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID: 1182; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Power, Arthur.  Conversations with James Joyce.  Edited by Clive Hart.  New York:  Barnes & Noble Books, a Division of Harper & Row, 1974. Near fine hard cover in very good plus dust wrapper, worn, with 1" chip to rear top.  (Item ID:  1907; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $22.50  
 
Power, Arthur.  Conversations with James Joyce.  Edited by Clive Hart.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1982.   Soft cover.  Underline, ottherwise tight and clean.  (Item ID:  1908; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  
 
Power, Arthur.  Conversations with James Joyce.  Foreword by David Norris.  Dublin:  the Lilliput Press, 1999. Hard cover, no dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1204; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  
 
Pritchard, David.  James Joyce.  The Irish Biographies.  New Lanark, Scotland:  Geddes & Grosset, 2001. As new hard cover in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1932; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00   
 
Rabaté, Jean-Michel.  James Joyce and the Politics of Egoism.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2001.  As new, no dust jacket, as issued.  (ID: 1492) $75.00
 
Rabaté, Jean-Michel.  James Joyce, Authorized Reader.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper. (ID: 1491)  $22.50    
 
*Reynolds, Mary T. Joyce and Dante.  The Shaping Imagination.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1981.  Near fine hard cover in good plus dust wrapper with chips and closed tears to top edges and tips, 5-1/2” diagonal closed tear to front cover; spine sunned.  Inscribed, date/place noted, signed by the author to Irish literary critic and NYU professor Denis Donoghue.  Mary Reynolds’s obituary from the New York Times laid in.  (ID: 208)  $75.00  
 
Reynolds, Mary T.  Joyce and Dante.  The Shaping Imagination.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1981.  Very good soft cover, with small ink stain on foredge, light soiling/curling to lower front tip and first 20 pages. (ID: 8964; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 
 
Reynolds, Mary T.  Two Essays on James Joyce.  New Haven, CT, 1970.  Reprinted from The Sewanee Review, Volume LXXVI, Number 3, Summer 1968, and Volume LXXII, Number 1, Winter 1964.   Paper wraps. Slightest of edge toning, otherwise near fine. (Item ID: 1066) $15.00  SOLD
 
Rice, Thomas Jackson.  Joyce, Chaos & Complexity.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 1997. [ISBN:  0252065832]  Soft cover.  As new.  (Item ID:  1484; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50
 
Riquelme, John Paul.  Teller and Tale in Joyce’s Fiction.  Oscillating Perspectives.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1983.  Fine in near fine dust jacket with wear to top edge, small closed tear, very small chips. (ID: 983) $30.00   SOLD
 
Rogers, W. R.  Portrait of James Joyce.  Part II:  The Artist in Maturity.  Studio typescript narrated by Duncan McIntyre.  London:  British Broadcasting Corporation, 1950.  Interviews with Budgen, Léon, Jolas, Power, Stanislaus Joyce, Giorgio Joyce, Eva Joyce, among others.  Stapled legal-size paper, small piece of upper left hand corner missing, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  2201)  $75.00   SOLD
 
Rose, Thomasine.  Verbi-Voco-Visual.  Bellefonte Editeur, 1981.  As new hard cover, in Mylar; no dust wrapper, as issued.  (ID: 10K36; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00 
 
Roughley, Alan.  James Joyce & Critical Theory.  An Introduction.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 1991.  Soft cover.  As new.  (ID:  1499)  $35.00 
 
Ryan, John, Editor.  A Bash in The Tunnel.  James Joyce by the Irish.  Brighton:  Clifton Books, 1970.  Fine in good plus dust jacket with edge wear, 2" chip front cover, 1/2" chip rear cover, check marks on Contents page, bottom quarter of front flap missing.  (Item ID:  1940; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00  
 
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Schloss, Carol Loeb.  Lucia Joyce:  To Dance in the Wake.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  1958; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00  
 
Schlossman, Beryl.  Joyce’s Catholic Comedy of Language.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1985.  Hard cover, Mylar-protected dust jacket, as new. (ID:  1500)  $40.00  
 
Schork, R. J.  Greek and Hellenic Culture in Joyce.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 1998.  Hard cover, as new; no dust jacket, as issued.  (ID:  1502)  $85.00  
 
Schwarze, Travey Teets.  Joyce and the Victorians.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 2002.  Hard cover, as new.  No dust jacket, as issued.  (ID:  1515) $60.00  SOLD
 
Seidel, Michael.  James Joyce:  A Short Introduction.  Oxford:  Blackwell, 2002.  [ISBN:  0631227024]  As new soft cover.  (ID: 1944; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50
 
Senn, Fritz.  Nichts gegen Joyce.  Joyce Versus Nothing.  Zurich:  Haffmans Verlag, 1983.  Fine, as new, hard cover, in near fine dust jacket with minimal tip and spine wear. (ID:  1514) $65.00  
 
Smidt, Kristian.  James Joyce and the Cultic Use of Fiction.  Oslo: Humanities, 1955. Oslo Studies in English, No. 4.  Near fine volume, endpapers foxed.  Dust jacket soiled, a bit chipped.  (ID: Y8811; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00
 
Spoerri, James Fuller, compiler.  Catalog of a Collection of the Works of James Joyce Exhibited at The Newberry Library, March 1 to March 26, 1948.  Chicago.  For Private Distribution.  Wrappers, good. Slight sunning to spine, rust and foxing to center pages.  (Item ID: 1063; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 
 
Strathern, Paul.  James Joyce in 90 Minutes.  [New York]:  Ivan R. Dee, 2005.  [ISBN:  1566636485] As new hard cover; no dust wrapper.  (ID: 10K218; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00
 
*Spoo, Robert.  James Joyce and the Language of HistoryDedalus’s NightmareNew York:  Oxford University Press, 1994.  (ISBN: 0195087496) Inscribed and signed by the author.  Hard cover, as new; dust jacket, as new. (ID: 1519)  $75.00    SOLD  
 
Staley, Thomas F., editor.  James Joyce Today.  Essays on the Major Works.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1970.  Soft cover.  Tight clean interiors with mild cover wear.  (Item ID: 1184; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00  
 
Staley, Thomas, Editor.  James Joyce Today.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1977.  Second printing.  Essays by Atherton, Noon, Kain, Hart, etc.  Fine volume in cellophane.  (ID: Y8812; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 
 
Stewart, J.I.M.  James Joyce: Writers and their Work #91British Council & National Book League. London:  Longmans, Green, 1960Wraps, small stain on front cover.  (ID:  3123) $10.00 SOLD
 
Strong, L.A.G.  The Sacred River:  An Approach to James Joyce.  New York:  Pellegrine, 1951.  Very good volume, spine bottom worn, foredge sunned.  Dust wrapper good, chip to bottom of spine.  (ID: Y8816; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00
 
Sullivan, Kevin.  Joyce Among the Jesuits.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1967.  Second printing. Clean, unmarked copy in slightly rubbed price-clipped jacket with minor edge wear.  (Item ID: 1054; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00
 
Tindall, W. Y.  James Joyce:  His Way of Interpreting the Modern World.  New York:  Scribner's, 1950.  Soft cover. Near fine.  Slight spine wear, burn spot on first few pages.  (Item ID:  1969; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  
 
Tindall, W. Y.  James Joyce:  His Way of Interpreting the Modern World.  New York:  Scribner's, 1950. Twentieth Century Library.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper with slight wear at spine top and tips.  Laid in is Gotham Book Mart promotional post card.  (Item ID: 1977; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  
 
Tindall, W. Y.  James Joyce:  His way of Interpreting the Modern World.  London:  Evergreen, 1960.  Soft cover. Mildly soiled cover.  (Item ID: 1978; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50  
 
Tindall, William York.  The Joyce Country.  [University Park:]  Pennsylvania State University Press,  1960  Second Printing.  Near fine hard cover in price clipped, edge worn dust jacket, a bit soiled, with 2” chip at right front cover, otherwise good plus.  (Item ID:  1856;  http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50   
 
Tindall, William York.  A Reader's Guide to James Joyce.  New York:  The Noonday Press/Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1970.  Soft Cover, somewhat rubbed, interiors clean and neat but tanned.  (Item ID:  1220; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $6.00 

Tindall, William York.  A Reader's Guide to James Joyce.  New York:  Noonday, 1959.  soft cover.  Wear to cover.  (Item ID:  1980; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50

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Valente, Joseph.  James Joyce and the Problem of Justice.  Negotiating Sexual and Colonial Difference.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1995.  Hard cover, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (ID: 1536) $75.00 

Van Boheemen-Saaf, Christine.  Joyce, Derrida, Lacan, and the Trauma of History.  Reading, Narrative, and Postcolonialism.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1999.  [ISBN:  052166036X]  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1543; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $95.00

Verene, Donald Phillip, Editor.  Vico and Joyce.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 1987. Essays by Frye, Benstock, Reynolds, and others.  Near fine volume with light edge wear; no dust jacket, as issued. (ID: 1538) $80.00 

Warner, John M.  Joyce’s Grandfathers.  Myth and History in Defoe, Smollett, Sterne & Joyce.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press, 1993.  Small bumps to bottom tips, otherwise near fine volume in near fine dust jacket. (ID: 1532)  $27.50  SOLD
 
Wawrzycka, Jolanta W., & Corcoran, Marlene G., Editors.  Gender in Joyce. Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 1997.  As new hard cover; no dust jacket, as issued. (ID: 1534)  $75.00 
 
Weaver, Jack W.  Joyce’s Music and Noise. Theme and Variation in His Writings.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 1998.  As new volume; no dust jacket, as issued. (ID: 1540) $75.00
 
Weir, Lorraine.  Writing Joyce.  A Semiotics of the Joyce System Bloomington:   Indiana University Press,  1989.  Fine volume in near fine dust jacket with slight edge wear. (ID: 1539)  $40.00 
 
White, David A.  The Grand Continuum:  Reflections on Joyce and Metaphysics.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1983.  Fine hard cover volume; no dust jacket. (ID: 1531)  $30.00 
 
Williams, Trevor L.  Reading Joyce Politically.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 1997.  Hard cover, as new; as new dust jacket. (ID: 1530)  $85.00  
 

Dubliners

Frawley, Oona, editor.  A New & Complex Sensation.  Essays on Joyce's Dubliners.  Dublin:  Lilliput, 2004.  Essays by David Norris, Fritz Senn, and others.  Soft cover as new.  (Item ID: 1261; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Frawley, Oona, editor.  New Dubliners.  Celebrating 100 Years of Joyce's Dubliners.  New York: Pegasus, 2006.  New stories by Ivy Bannister, Maeve Binchy, Roddy Doyle, and others.  Soft cover, as new. (Item ID: 1263; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Gifford, Don.  Joyce Annotated.  Notes for Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Second Edition.  Revised and Enlarged.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1982.  Fine volume in very good jacket with creases and several closed tears at top.  (Item ID:  1239; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00 

Hart, Clive, editor.  James Joyce's Dubliners.  Critical Essays.  New York:  Viking, 1959.  Fine volume in near fine dust jacket, underlined in front flap, light wear to spine tip.  (Item ID:  1244; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Ingersoll, Earl G. Engendered Trope in Joyce's Dubliners.  Carbondale and Edwardsville:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1996.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1243; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00  

Jackson, John Wyse, and Bernard McGinley.  Jomes Joyce's Dubliners:  An Illustrated Edition.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1993.  Hard cover. Owner's emboss to FFEP, otherwise fine in dust jacket.  (Item ID:  9074; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Jackson, John Wyse, and Bernard McGinley.  James Joyce's Dubliners.  An Illustrated Edition With Annotations. London:  Sinclair-Stevenson, 1995.  Soft cover, near fine.  (Item ID:  1242) $20.00  SOLD

Moynihan, William T., editor.  Joyce's The Dead.  Boston:  Allyn and Bacon, 1965.  Wrapper edges worn, covers rubbed, signature on FFEP.  Otherwise very good unmarked copy. (Item ID:1073; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $3.00

Moynihan, William T., editor.  Joyce's The Dead. Boston:  Allyn and Bacon. 1965.  Allyn and Bacon Casebook Studies.  Essays by Richard Ellman, Stanislaus Joyce, James Joyce, William York Tindall, among others.  Near fine in Mylar cover.  (Item ID:  1265; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $17.50  

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 Finnegans Wake

Atherton, James S.  The Books at the Wake:  A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce's Finnegans WakeCarbondale, IL:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1974.  Arcturus Paperbacks Edition. Paperback in very good to near fine condition.  Sunned spine and rear, roughed tip edges and slight edge wear. Clean, unmarked.  (Item ID:  1139) $40.00  NOT AVAILABLE

Atherton, James S.  The Books at the Wake.  A Study of Literary Allusions in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake.  London:  Faber and Faber Limited, 1959.  Unopened volume.  Mylar-protected dust wrapper has minor edgewear, 3 short closed tears, light spine sunning.  Has First Edition typo with “S. Atherton” as author.  Inscribed, signed, and day of publication by Atherton.  (ID: 10K103 ; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $275.00

Atherton, James S.  The Books at the Wake.  New York:  Viking, 1960.  Near fine.  Lacks dustwrapper.  Stamped name to ffep.  (ID:  Y8805)  $15.00  NOT AVAILABLE

Beckett, Samuel, et al.  An Exagmination of James Joyce.  Norfolk, CT:  New Directions [1939]  (Slocum & Cahoon B10)  First American.  Made up from Shakespeare and Company sheets with inserted title page.  Pages toned, as usual, small bookshop label to rear pastedown.  Dust wrapper spine a bit faded, otherwise near fine.  Mylar-protected.  (ID:  216-109; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $400.00

Begnal, Michael.  Dreamscheme: Narrative & Voice in Finnegans WakeSyracuse:  Syracuse University Press, 1988.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper. (ID:  3118)   $25.00  SOLD  12/31/15

 , Bernard.  Joyce-Again's Wake.  An Analysis of Finnegans Wake.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1965.  Volume near fine with slight crease to spine top and top tip.  Tattered dust jacket taped together, missing front flap.  (Item ID:  1026; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $60.00 

Benstock, Bernard.  Joyce-Again's Wake.  An Analysis of Finnegans Wake.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1965.  Soft cover.  Tight clean copy with creasing to spine.  (Item ID:  1193; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

 Benstock, Bernard.  Joyce-Again's Wake.  An Analysis of Finnegans Wake.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1965.  Fine in very good dust jacket.  Fine volume in Mylar-protected near fine dust jacket.  Inscribed and signed by Benstock.  (Item ID:  1551) $100.00  SOLD  12/31/15
 
Burgess, Anthony, editor.  James Joyce.  A Shorter Finnegans Wake.  New York:  Viking Compass, 1971. Soft cover.  Spine darkened, cover and edges soiled, internals fine.  (Item ID:  1228; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Campbell, Joseph, and Henry Morton Robinson.  A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1954.  Endpaper stained, edges a bit soiled, but text clean.  Spine and tips show moderate wear. Dust jacket has a few end chips and wear.  (Item ID: 1026a; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00  

Campbell, Joseph, & Robinson, Henry Morton.  A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake.  New York:  Viking/Penguin, 1986  Inside covers tanned, signature to ffep, but o/w near fine, unopened soft cover.  (ID:  317-106; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $12.50  NEW

Di Bernard, Barbara.  Alchemy and Finnegans Wake.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 1980.  [ISBN: 0873954297]  Near fine soft cover with minor scuff to cover edge.  (ID: 8438; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00   

Glasheen, Adaline.  A Census of Finnegans Wake.  Evanston:  Northwestern University Press, 1956. Cloth, near fine; lacks dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1198; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $115.00  

Glasheen, Adaline.  A Second Census of Finnegans Wake.  Evanston:  Northwestern University Press, 1963. Cloth, in near fine condition; in a near fine dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1199; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $125.00  

Glasheen, Adaline.  Third Census of Finnegans Wake.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1977.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket with slight edge wear.  (Item ID:  1594)  $200.00  SOLD

Higginson, Fred H.  Anna Livia Plurabelle:  The Making of a Chapter.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1960.  Near fine volume with slight soiling to gutters.  In near fine Mylar-protected price-clipped dust wrapper with minor edge wear and stray pen marks on rear cover.  (Item ID:  2116)  $70.00  SOLD

McCarthy, Patrick.  Critical Essays on James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake.  New York:  G. K. Hall, 1992.  Essays by Hart, Senn, Begnal, Benstock, Attridge, and many others.  Hard cover, fine; lacks dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1606)  $85.00 SOLD

McHugh, Roland.  Annotations to Finnegans Wake.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982. Soft cover.  Second printing.  Very good plus in printed wraps.  Minor edge wear, minor spine wrinkling, unmarked.  (Item ID:  1201; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

Norris, Margot.  The Decentered Universe of Finnegans Wake:  A Structuralist Analysis.  Baltimore:  The John Hopkins University Press, 1976.  [ISBN:  0801821487]  Near fine soft cover.  Minor stain dots to cover, owner’s signature to ffep.  (ID: 8437; on Amazon:  8437) $25.00  SOLD

Tindall, William York.  A Reader's Guide to Finnegan's Wake.  Syracuse:  Syracuse University Press, 1996. Fine, as new soft cover.  (Item ID: 1222; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Triquarterly 38  In the Wake of the Wake.  Evanston, IL:  Northwestern University Press, 1977.  In wrappers as issued.  Covers lightly soiled, front has small crease.  Neat, clean, tight copy.  (Item ID:  1067; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

 
 A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
 
Bloom, Harold, editor. Modern Critical Interpretations of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  Philadelphia:  Chelsea House,1988.Essays by Hugh Kenner, Anthony Burgess, Richard Ellmann, etc.  Ex-libris labels on spine, backcover.  Hardcover, near fine.  No dust wrapper, as issued.  (ID:  3113; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50  

Gifford, Don.  Joyce Annotated.  Notes for Dubliners and a Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Second Edition. Revised and Enlarged.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1982.  Fine volume in very good jacket with creases and several closed tears at top.  (Item ID:  1239; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Hancock, Leslie.  Word Index to James Joyce's Portrait of the Artist.  Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1967. Cloth:  fine; Mylar-protected dust jacket fine.  As new.  (Item ID: M1019; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.00 

Hancock, Leslie.  Word Index to James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1967.  Near fine volume with owner stamp to title page; similar dust wrapper, minor chip to bottom.  (ID: 10K217; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Morris, William E., and Clifford A. Nault, Jr.  Portraits of an Artist.  A Casebook on James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  New York: Odyssey Press, 1969.  Essays by Richard Ellmann, Hugh Kenner, William Tindall, and others.  Soft cover.  Occasional underlining, otherwise near fine volume. (Item ID: 1273; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.50  

Ryf, Robert.  A New Approach to Joyce.  The Portrait of the Artist as a Guidebook.  Berkeley and Los Angeles:  University of California Press, 1962.  Cloth:  small bumps to front cover bottom corner and spine tip, otherwise near fine.  Dust jacket:  lightly soiled, minor edge wear.  (Item ID:  1256; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Ryf, Robert S.  New Approach to Joyce.  The Portrait of the Artist as a Guidebook.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1964.  Soft cover.  Covers rubbed, internals tonned, but otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  1156; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.50 

Scholes, Robert, and Richard M. Kain.  The Workshop of Daedalus.  James Joyce and the Raw Materials for A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  Evanston:  Northwestern University Press, 1965. Cloth.  Near fine volume with foxed fore edge.  Mylar-protected dust jacket is edge worn with several tears, chips and holes in spine barely affecting copy.  (Item ID:  1240) $60.00    SOLD  

[Joyce, James]  Spencer. Theodore.  “Stephen Hero:  The Unpublished Manuscript of James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.”  Reprinted from The Southern Review, Vol. 7, No. 1, Summer 1941.   12 pp. stapled in wraps, toned with 2” tear to top and bottom of spine.  Mylar protected. (ID: 10K115; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Thornton, Weldon.  The Antimodernism of Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1994.  Fine cloth copy, lacking dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1260; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  


  Ulysses

Adams, Robert Martin.  AfterJoyce.  Studies in Fiction after Ulysses.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1977.  Near fine in very good jacket with small closed tears at spine top (tape reinforced).  (Item ID: 1281; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Adams, Robert Martin.  Surface and Symbol.  The Consistency of James Joyce's Ulysses.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1967.  Soft cover.  Sunned wraps, light pencil notes iside.  (Item ID: 1157; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50 

Adams, Robert.  Surface and Symbol:  The Consistency of Joyce’s Ulysses.  New York:  Oxford, 1962.  Lacks dustwrapper.  Sunned spine, name to ffep.  (ID: Y8809; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Arnold, Bruce.  The Scandal of Ulysses.  London:  Sinclair-Stevenson, 1991.  Hard cover, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1283; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Arnold, Bruce.  The Scandal of Ulysses.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1992.  Advance Uncorrected Proof. Creased lower front cover, some sunning, book publicist's card stapled inside front cover, review taped to back cover.  Near fine, Mylar wrapped.  (Item ID:  1284)  $20.00  SOLD

Arnold, Bruce.  The Scandal of Ulysses.  The Sensational Life of a Twentieth-Century Masterpiece. New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1992.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  1148; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $9.00 

Barkentin, Marjorie.  James Joyce:  Ulysses in Nighttown.  Introduced by Padraic Colum.  Very good, with light edge/tip wear, pages age toned.  (ID: 8617)  $5.00  SOLD   3/1/16

Barsanti, Michael.  Ulysses in Hand.  The Rosenbach Manuscript.  Philadelphia:  Rosenbach Museum and Library, 2000.  Wrappers.  Near fine to fine.  Lower front corner and some early pages have crease from having been bent. (Item ID: M1001; http://www.rmgrberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  
 
Bell, Robert H.  Jocoserious Joyce.  The Fate of Folly in Ulysses.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 1996. Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID: 1148; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  Benstock, Bernard.  James Joyce:  The Undiscover'd Country.  Dublin:  Gill & Macmillan, 1977.  Cloth: fine, in near fine dust jacket.  (Item ID: 1294; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  
 
Benjamin, Judy-Lynn.  The Celtic Bull:  Essays on James Joyce’s Ulysses.  Tulsa:  University of Tulsa Press, 1966.  #79 of 300 Limited Edition.  Fine volume, without dust jacket, as issued.  (ID: Y8825; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00
 
Birmingham, Kevin.  The Most Dangerous Book.  The Battle for James Joyce’s Ulysses.  London:  Head of Zeus, 2015. [ISBN:  9781784080730]  As new soft cover.  (10K110; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $10.00
 
Birminghham, Kevin.  The Most Dangerous Book:  The Battle for James Joyce’s Ulysses.  New York:  Penguin Books, 2015.  [ISBN:  9780143127543]  Near fine soft cover, bottom edge corners slightest bit of smudging.  (ID: 10K216; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00
 
Blamires, Harry.  The Bloomsday Book.  A Guide through Ulysses.  A University Paperback Original. London: Methuen, 1967.  Soft cover. Tight, clean copy with slightly soiled, worn cover, price mark removed. (Item ID:  1296; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Bloom, Harold, editor.  James Joyce's Ulysses.  Modern Critical Interpretations.  New York:  Chelsea House, 1987. As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1298; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Bloom, Harold, editor.  Leopold Bloom.  Bloom's Major Literary Characters.  New York:  Chelsea House, 2004.  Essays by Harold Bloom, Richard Ellmann, and many others.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  1317; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50  

Boldereff, Frances M.  A Blakean Translation of Joyce's Circe.  Woodward, PA:  Classic Non-Fiction Library, 1965. soft cover.  Slight soiled cover, spine tip slightly worn.  Owner's name/address on half title, otherwise clean and unmarked.  (Item ID:  1299; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.50  

Bolderoff, Frances M.  A Blackean Translation of Joyce's Circe.  Woodward, PA:  Classic Non-Fiction Library, 1965.  Near fine soft cover with name/place inked to FFEP.  (Item ID:  9065; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Brannon, Julie; Kupinse, William; Collier, Steven.  "Joyce.com;  Household Trash-Nausicaa; Whose Joyce is it?"  in Ireland in the Arts and Humanities 1899-1999. Southern Carolina Review. Vol. 32 No. 1 (Fall 1999).  Clemson, SC.  In wrappers, as issued. Fine.  (ID:  3115)  $25.00  SOLD

Budgen, Frank.  James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses.  New York:  Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1934. Near fine volume with some toning to endpapers.  Mylar-protected dust jacket with minor spine and tips wear.  (Item ID:  1303; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00  

Budgen, Frank.  James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses.  London:  Grayson & Grayson, 1934.  Near fine volume in scarce, very good dust jacket showing milk edge wear, 1" chip (with author's name) out of lower spine.  (Item ID:  1304)  $250.00 SOLD  12/31/15

Delaney, Frank.  James Joyce's Odysses:  A Guide to the Dublin of Ulysses.  Like new hard cover in like new dust jacket.  (ID: 10K313)  $12.50.  SOLD  12/3/16 Amazon

Budgen, Frank James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses.  London:  Grayson and Grayson, 1934.  Water stain throughout.  London Boots Book-Lovers' Library plate final page; sticker, endpaper-residue of sticker on pastedown. Good copy, no dust jacket.  (Item ID: 1100; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

Budgen, Frank.  James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses. And Other Writings.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1989.  Soft cover.  Scarce Oxford Letters and Memoirs volume.  Two-inch crease to cover top tip, tiny stain and wear to spine, pages toned.   Otherwise tight and clean. (Item ID:  1149; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00  
 
Costello, Peter.  The Life of Leopold Bloom.  A Novel.  Niwot, CO:  Roberts Rinehart, 1992.  Soft cover, as new. (Item ID:  1288; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00
 
Ellmann, Richard.  a long the riverrun.  New York:  Knopf, 1989.  Cloth, as new; lacks dust wrapper. (Item ID:  1307; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  

Ellmann, Richard.  Ulysses on the Liffey.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1972.  As new in price-clipped Mylar-protected jacket with slightesst of edge wear.  (Item ID:  1308; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00  

Ellmann, Richard.  Ulysses on the Liffey.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1972.  Spine and Edge sunned copy, dust jacket Mylar-protected, slightly soiled, slightly edgeworn.  (Item ID:  1309; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00  

Ellmann, Richard.  Ulysses on the LiffeyNew York:  Barnes & Noble, 2009.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper. (ID:  3119; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $17.50 

Ellmann, Richard.  Ulysses on the Liffey.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1974.  Soft cover, underlined, but interiors tight.  (Item ID:  1310; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Ellmann, Richard.  Ulysses on the Liffey.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1979.  Soft cover.  Toned pages, slightly soiled cover, but tight and clean.  (Item ID:  1311; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50  

Gaskell, Philip, and Hart, Clive.  Ulysses:  A Review of Three Texts.  Totowa, NJ:  Barnes and Noble, 1989. [ISBN:  0389208744] Fine volume in near fine dust jacket, a bit of spine end wear.  Remainder mark to top edge.  (ID:  Y8824)  $10.00 SOLD

Gifford, Don, & Seidman, Robet J.  Ulysses Annotated.  Notes for James Joyce’s Ulysses.  Revised and Expanded Edition.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1989.  [ISBN:  9781405840613] Light wear to spine ends/tips, crease to back cover, interiors clean and tight, unmarked.  (ID: 317-108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.50  NEW

Gilbert, Stuart.  James Joyce’s Ulysses:  A Study by Stuart Gilbert.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1952.  Reissue of 1930 edition.  Includes new chapter material and revisions. Light foxing to endpapers, otherwise near fine.  Near fine dust wrapper, with slightly soiled spine, spine ends wear.  (ID: 8992; http:/www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $55.00

Gilbert, Stuart.  James Joyce's Ulysses.  A Study by Stuart Gilbert.  London:  Faber & Faber, Limited, 1932. Second Edition.  Cloth.  Spine faded, owner's sticker on front pastedown, paper toned, endpaper foxed, otherwise good plus.  No dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1230; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

Gilbert, Stuart.  James Joyce's Ulysses.  A Study by Stuart Gilbert.  New York:  Knopf, 1934.  Third Printing. Signature & date in front and rear endpapers, pages toned.  Cover a bit soiled, spine ends worn. No dust jacket. (Item ID: 1232; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Gilbert, Stuart.  James Joyce's Ulysses. A Study by Stuart Gilbert.  New York:  Knopf, 1952.  Second Edition Revised.  Cloth:  tight, clean volume with small stain to FFEP.  Jacket near fine with small end chips. (Item ID:  1233; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  
 
Gilbert, Stuart.  James Joyce's Ulysses.  A Study by Stuart Gilbert.  New York:  Knopf, 1952.  Second Edition Revised.  Near fine volume in very good plus dust wrapper with slight wear to jacket spine ends and chips at top tip.  (Item ID:  1210; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 
 
Gilbert, Stuart.  James Joyce's Ulysses.  A Study by Stuart Gilbert.  London:  Faber & Faber, Limited, 1952. Cloth.  Middle signature broke (between pages 288-289).  Covers bright, clean, mild edge wear. Internals clean, unmarked, very light tanning.  No dust jacket.  (Item ID: 1231; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00  
 
Gilbert, Stuart.  James Joyce’s Ulysses.   New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1952.  Second Edition Revised.  Near fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has chips and closed tears (none affecting text), back cover is lightly soiled, but o/w good.  (ID: 10K315; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00
 
Goldberg, S. L.  The Classical Temper:  A Study of James Joyce’s Ulysses.  London:  Chatto and Windus, 1961.  Near fine volume in near fine dust wrapper that is sunned at spine, with a bit of wear at spine top.  (ID: Y8817; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00
 
Hayman, David.  Ulysses:  The Mechanics of Meaning.   Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1970.  [ISBN: 0139357599] Soft cover, crimp to top front and back corners and last pages, light soiling, some underlining, otherwise good.  (ID: 1351/10K220; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.50
 
Herring, Phillip F.  Joyce's Ulysses Notesheets in the British Museum.  Charlottesville:  University Press of Virginia for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.  Near fine volume in near fine dust wrapper with slight wear and spine sunning.  (Item ID:  9076; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00
 
Kain, Richard M.  Fabulous Voyager.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1947.  Cloth:  very good to near fine; some fading, minor bumping to corners.  Dust jacket:  good to very good, chip spine/back, smaller chips at edges, corners.  (Item ID:  M1023;  http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Kain, Richard M.  Fabulous Voyager.  A Study of James Joyce's Ulysses.  New York:  Viking, 1968.  5th printing.  Soft cover.  Slight tips wear, toning to covers.  Light pencil underlining.  (Item ID:  1170; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.50  

Kain, Richard M. Fabulous Voyager.  A Study of James Joyce's Ulysses.  New York:  Viking, 1968.  5th printing. Deaccessioned by library with usual library markings.  Originally soft cover, rebound in bright blue cloth library binding.  In near fine condition.  (Item ID:  1171; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Kain, Richard M.  Fabulous Voyager.  James Joyce's Ulysses.  Very good plus volume in scarce, very good jacket showing edge wear; 1/3 of front flap missing.  (Item ID:  1209; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00 

Kenner, Hugh.  Ulysses.  Revised Edition.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  1169; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Kiberd, Declan.  Ulysses and Us:  The Art of Everyday Life in Joyce's Masterpiece.  New York:  Norton, 2009. Soft cover.  (Item ID:  2386; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50

Kidd, John.  “An Inquiry into Ulysses:  The Corrected Text, ” off print (#190 of 400) of article in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Volume 82:4.  December 1988.  Boston:  James Joyce Research Center, Boston University, 1989.   Sun fading to cover edges, mild crease to front cover.  (ID:  8434; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

Kidd, John.  “An Inquiry into the Ulysses:  The Corrected Text,” in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Volume 82:4.  December 1988.   As new, in wrappers, as issued.   One of 1,500.  (ID:  8445; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Knowles, Sebastian D. G.  The Dublin Helix.  The Life of Language in Joyce’s Ulysses.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 2001.  As new, without dust jacket, as issued. Inscribed by Knowles.  (Item ID:  1344; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Lyons, J. B., M.D., F.R.C.P.I.  Anatomy in James Joyce's 'Ulysses'  London:  The Practitioner, 1972.  Near fine-to-fine, eight-pages, printed wrappers, as issued.  Reprinted from The Practitioner, September 1972, Vol. 209, pages 374-379.  (Item ID:  1059; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Mosaic VI/1  Ulysses and The Waste Land.  Fifty Years After:  A Critical Retrospective.  University of Manitoba Press, 1972.  Wrappers as issued.  Spine edges a bit worn,  light crease to one corner, otherwise very tight and clean. (Item ID:  1087)  $15.00  SOLD
 
Newman, Robert, Editor.  Pedagogy, Praxis, Ulysses.  Using Joyce’s Text to Transform the Classroom.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 1996.  [ISBN:  0472106368] Essays by Michael Gillespie, Kevin Dettmar, Margot Norris, among others.  Cloth, dust jacket, as new.  (Item ID:  1337; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00
 
Sicari, Stephen.  Joyce's Modernist Allegory.  Ulysses and the History of the Novel.  Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2001.  Fine in slightly soiled near-fine dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1056; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00
 
Smith, Paul Jordan.  A Key to the Ulysses of James Joyce.  San Francisco:  City Lights, 1970.  Soft cover. Near fine. (Item ID:  1166a; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 
 
Vanderham, Paul. James Joyce and CensorshipThe Trials of Ulysses.  New York:  New York University Press, 1998. [ISBN:  0814787508]  Unopened as new volume in similar dust wrapper.  (ID: 10K309; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00
 
Weldon, Thornton.  The Antimodernism of Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.  Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1994.  Soft cover, very near fine.  (Item ID:  1151; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $17.50  

 Literary Journals

Adams, Robert Martin, “Joyce in the Sixties,”in Partisan Review, New York, NY. XXIX/4.  Fall 1962.  Also works by James Merrill, Irving Howe, Adrienne Rich, Daniel Bell, etc. Near fine in wraps. (ID: 8053)  $15.00

Adams, Robert Martin, “The Manuscript of James Joyce’s Play,” in The Yale University Library Gazette, New Haven, CT.  39/1 July 1964.  Near fine, in wraps.  (ID: 8054) $20.00

Ahearn, Edward J., “Religious Values in Joyce’s Ulysses,in The Christian Scholar, XLIV/2 Summer 1961.  Near fine, in wraps.  (ID: 8055) $10.00  SOLD

American Book Collector.  James Joyce Issue.  Chicago:  Summer 1967.  Vol. XVII, No. 10.  Joyce items: (1) "A Joycean Holiday," by Charles E. Kellogg; (2) Profile of Joyce Collector Kellogg; and (3) 23 black and white photos of Joye sites in Dublin and Zurich.  Fine.  In wrappers as issued.  (Item ID:  2199; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Anderson, Chester G.  “Uysses and The Waste Land Fifty Years After:  A Critical Retrospective.”  Mosaic VI/1.  A Journal for the Comparative Study of Literature and Ideas Published by the University of Manitoba Press.  Winnipeg.  1972.  Essays on Ulysses by Tindall, Kain, Magalaner, Staley, among others.  Near fine, in wrappers, as issued.  Slightest of edge wear.  (Item ID:  1790; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 

Beebe, Maurice.  “Joyce and the Meanings of Modernism,”  in Litters from Aloft.  Papers Delivered at the Second Canadian James Joyce Seminar.  McMaster University, Hamilton (Ontario) Canada.  Tulsa:  The University of Tulsa Monograph Series, Number 13.  Also contains articles by Richard M. Kain, Michael Begnal, Fritz Senn, and others.  In wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  1698)  $27.50  SOLD

Beja, Morris.  Joyce, the Artist Manqué, and Indeterminacy.  The Princess Grace Irish Library Lectures:  6.  Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, 1988.   In wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  (Item ID:  1816)   $22.50  SOLD

Benstock, Bernard.  “Every Telling Has a Taling:  A Reading of the Narrative of Finnegans Wake,” in Modern Fiction Studies, Volume XV, Number 1, Spring 1969.  James Joyce Special Number.  Articles by Benstock, Herring, Litz, and others.  In wrappers, as issued.  Sunning to front and spine, otherwise very good plus to near fine.  (Item ID:  1716; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00    

Campbell, Joseph.  "Finnegans Wake," in Chimera:  A Special Issue on Myth.  Volume IV, Number 3. Edited by Barbara Howes.  Metuchen, NJ:  Van Vechten, Spring 1946.  Near fine in wrappers.  Slight edge wear.  $25.00  (Item ID:  9108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Cohn, Alan M.  “James Joyce and James Stephens:  The Coincidence of the Second of February,” in ICarbS, Volume II, No. 1, Winter-Spring, 1975.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois University, 1975.   In wrappers, as issued.  Inscribed to Joyce scholar Ruth von Puhl, dated, and signed by the author.  Light edge wear, otherwise near fine to fine. (Item ID:  1696; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

The Egoist.  Volume V, Number 2.  February 1918.  Features Joyce’s full-page translation of an Italian review of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and an announcement of the serialization of Ulysses beginning in the March issue, the impending publication of a second edition of the POAYM, and advertisements for POAYM, Prufrock, The Little Review, etc.  Stapled wraps detached, but only one small tear and two tiny chips to toned margins.  (Item ID:  1840; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $650.00  

Ellmann, Richard.  “The Backgrounds of Ulysses,” reprinted from The Kenyon Review, Volume XVI, Number 3, Summer 1954.  In wrappers, as issued  Wraps sunned, slightly stained.  Inscribed and signed by Ellmann.  (Item ID:  1730; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00  SOLD

Ellmann, Richard.  “James Joyce and Women,” in Scripsi, November 1982, No. 1/Vol. 2.  James Joyce (1882-1982).  Editors:  Peter Craven and Michael Heyward.  Melbourne:  University of Melbourne, 1982.  Essays by Ellmann, Fiedler, Craven, Hayman, Senn, and others.  In wrappers, as issued.  Foxing to top edge, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1694)   $65.00  SOLD

Ellmann, Richard.  “Joyce and Yeats.”  Reprinted from The Kenyon Review, Volume XII, No. 4.  Association copy.  Inscribed for L. A. G. Strong by Ellmann.  Rusted staples, toned, in wraps, vertical center crease, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1750)  $125.00    SOLD  

Ellmann, Richard.  The Limits of Joyce’s Naturalism.”  Reprinted from The Sewanee Review, October, 1955.  Stapled wrappers, as issued.   Some spine sunning, but otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  1748)  $27.50  SOLD

Ellmann, Richard.  James Joyce’s Ulysses.  A Short History.  Written specially for the Penguin Edition which will be published on 23 April, 1969, as Penguin 3000 at 10s.  Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Tiny crease at top tip, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  1762; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

Ellmann, Richard.  Yeats and Joyce.  Being No. XI of the Dolmen Press Yeats Centenary Papers MCMLXV.  Dublin:  The Dolmen Press, 1965.  As new in wrappers as issued; signature and date on FFEP.  (Item ID:  1751; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

Evans, Simeon.  The Penetration of Exiles.  Colchester, Essex, England:  Wake Newsletter Press, University of Essex, 1984. A Study of Joyce’s play Exiles.  Fine, in wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  1772)  $25.00  SOLD

Franklin Library.  Ulysses.  James Joyce.  Notes from the Editors.  From the Limited Edition Collection, The Greatest Books of the Twentieth Century.  1978.  Fine, in wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  1785; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Gogarty, Oliver St. John.  James Augustine Joyce.  Dallas:  The Times Herald, 1949.  One of 1,050.  In wrappers, as issued.  As new, in protective Mylar.  (Item ID:  1819)  $55.00    SOLD

Gogarty, Oliver St. John.  James Augustine Joyce.  Dallas:  The Times Herald, 1949.  One of 1,050.  In wrappers, as issued.  As new, in protective Mylar.  $50.00  SOLD

Goldberg, Isaac.  The Odyssey of James Joyce: “Ulysses,” After Twelve Years, returns from ostracism.  In Panorama:  A Monthly Survey of People and Ideas, Boston, March 1934, Number 6.  An 8-page newsletter.  Front page also features:  My Books by James Joyce. Pages toned, two-inch split on front-page fold, in custom slipcase.  (Item ID:  1848)  $125.00  SOLD

Gotham Book Mart.  We Moderns.  1920-1940.  New York:  Gotham Book Mart, 1940.  In wrappers, as issued.  Edges slightly wrinkled, otherwise fine.  Inscribed and signed by Frances Steloff.  Cover is a copy of Ruth Bower’s painting, “The Life of the Part at FINNEGANS WAKE in our Garden on Publication Day.”  Photograph by Carl Van Vechten. Jolas introduction to 60 Joyce items for sale.  Features special notes by Gertrude Stein, William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound, e.e. cummings, Henry Miller, W. H. Auden, Kay Boyle, John J. Slocum, among others.  1,120 works of modern literature listed.  A major contribution to bookselling catalogues.  (Item ID:  1749; www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.)  $200.00  

Hart, Clive, and Leo Knuth.  A Topographical Guide to James Joyce’s Ulysses.  I:  Text.  II.  Maps.  2 volumes. Wake Newsletter (University of Essex, UK) 1975.  Wrappers as issued.  Text near fine; Maps, near fine.  Place, date, and signature in both volumes of Joycean Alison Armstrong.  (Item ID:  1754; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $100.00  

Hart, Clive, and Fritz Senn, editors.  A Wake Digest.  Sydney, Australia:  Sydney University Press, 1968.  Two signatures on FFEP, but otherwise near fine, in wrappers as issued.  (Item ID:  1758) $35.00  SOLD

Hound & Horn, 4 volumes.  Volume III, Number 1. Fall 1929, S. Foster Damons “Odyssey in Dublin (and poems by William Carlos Williams and Wallace Stevens); Volume V, Number 3, April-June 1932, article on “James Joyce’s Exiles and Ibsen, (poetry by e. e. cummings [still Edward Estlin Cummings] and a Cheever story); Volume V, Number 4, July-September 1932, James Joyce’s “From a Banned Writer to a Banned Singer” (also poem by William Carlos Williams and a Gertrude Stein story, among others); Volume VI, Number 2, January-March 1933, Bernard Bandler II’s essay on Joyce’s Exiles.  All in wrappers, as issued, and in very good condition with mild edge wear.  (Item ID: 1720; http://wwww.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00 (for set)   

In Memoriam.  James Joyce.  C. Giedion-Welcker, editor.  Zurich:  Fretz and Wasmuth Verlag A.G., 1941.  In wrappers, as issued.  Wraps sunned and chipped, pages toned.  In Mylar jacket.  (Item ID:  1828; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $85.00 

[Joyce, James]  The Irish Book Lover:  A Monthly Review of Irish Literature and Bibliography.  London:  Salmond, 1918.  Vol. X, Nos. 1 & 2, Aug/Sept.  24 pp. in wraps and original tissue.  Pen Portrait (p. 23). Reprint:  an early New Statesman note of Joyce.  (ID: 10K114; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

Irish Writing Number 10.  David Marcus and Terence Smith, editors.  Cork, Ireland: Trumpet Books, January 1950. Contains Stanislaus Joyce's essay and English translation of Giovanni Pascoli's Italian poem "The Tablecloth." Myles na gCopaleen's review of L.A.G. Strong's Sacred River:  An Approach to James Joyce, and a poem by Robert Greacen entitled "James Joyce." (Item ID:  9031; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $24.00 

Irish Writing Number 11.  Cork, Ireland:  Trumpet Books, May 1950.  James Joyce's translation ("Il Ventu") of James Stephens's poem "The Wind."  In wrappers.  Very good plus, slight wrinkling to covers, pages toned. (Item ID: 9032; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00  

Jackson, Holbrook.  “Ulysses à la Joyce,” and two Joyce portraits, one in each of two numbers.  To-Day.  Vol. 8, No. 46 (June 1921) and Vol. 9, No. 50, June 1922.  London.  Spines faded, but otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  1802)  $40.00 (for both)  SOLD

Joyce, James.  “A Little Cloud,” in The Smart Set:  A History and Anthology by Carl R. Doometsch.  With a Reminiscence by S. M. Behrman.  New York:  Dial, 1966.  Includes stories, plays, and verse by Joyce, Fitzgerald, O’Neill, Ezra Pound, and others.  Near fine volume in fair to good price-clipped dust jacket with large tears; Mylar protected.  (Item ID:  1676; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Joyce, James.  “A Memory of the Players.”  In The Dial.  Volume LXIX, Number 1.  July 1920.  In wrappers, as issued.  Ex libris.  Near fine, with tear to spine tip.  Also in the issue:  Drawing by Kahlil Gibran, article by Ford Madox Ford, among others.  First US appearance of Joyce poem (after April 1, 1920, Milan).  (Item ID:  1826)  $50.00    SOLD  

Joyce, James.  Fourth appearance of Joyce's essay on James Clarence Mangan.  In James Joyce Review, Volume 1, Number 1.  New York, February 2, 1957.  75th Birthday Issue.  Edmund I. Epstein, Managing Editor.   Near fine, in wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  8010; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Joyce, James.  “Daniel Defoe.”  Edited from Italian manuscripts and translated by Joseph Prescott.  In Buffalo Studies.  Volume I, Number 1.  December/1964.  Buffalo:  The State University of New York at Buffalo.  (Item ID:  1799)  $35.00  SOLD

Joyce, James.  “Daniel Defoe.”  Edited from Italian manuscripts and translated by Joseph Prescott.  In Buffalo Studies, Volume I, Number 1.  December/1964.  Buffalo:  The State University of New York at Buffalo.  As new in wraps.  Inscribed and signed by Prescott. (Item ID:  1818) $100.00  SOLD

Joyce, James.  Portion from A Work in Progress (Finnegans Wake).  In The New Experiment 7.  Spring 1931. Edited by Jacob Bronowski. Wrappers near fine with some foxing, mostly to cover and first few pages. Not in Slocum and Cahoon. Also includes Malcolm Lowry piece.  (Item ID:  1839/2099; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $400.00   

A James Joyce Yearbook.  Paris:  Transition, 1949.  Number 263 of 1000 (50 were bound, 950 in wraps). (Slocum & Cahoon B 30) Sunned tissue that has slight wear and tear at spine tip, otherwise near fine. Errata slip and Transition Workshop order form for volume laid in. Front cover designed by André Masson. Includes photos of Joyce, MSS pages in facsimile; anonymous letter, apparently by Joyce.   (Item ID: 1740; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $275.00   

A James Joyce Yearbook.  Paris:  Transition, 1949.  (Slocum & Cahoon B 30) Number 263 of 1000 (50 bound, 950 in wraps).  Errata slip.  Front Cover designed by André Masson.  Includes photos of Joyce, MSS pages in facsimile, and anonymous letter, apparently by Joyce.  Sunned tissue has chip to upper spine, otherwise near fine.  Mylar-protected.  (Item ID: 8411; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com $175.00  

  

Joyce and the Arts in Ireland.  The Crane Bag.  Volume 6, Number 1.  1982.  Price tag remnant in rear, one underline, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1724)  $30.00  SOLD

Joyce and the Joyceans.  Special Issue.  Journal of Modern Literature.  Volume 22, Number 2, Winter 1998-99.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1999.  Articles by Fritz Senn, Thomas Staley, Morris Beja, Michael Groden, and others.  As new.  (Item ID:  1723; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

Joyce, James.  The Cantos of Ezra Pound.  Some testimonies by Ernest Hemingway, Ford Madox Ford, T. S. Eliot, Hugh Walpole, Archibald MacLeish, James Joyce and others.  New York:  Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., Publishers.  1933. (Item ID:  1728; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $300.00 

Joyce, James.  "From a Banned Writer to a Banned Singer."  In The Analyst, No. XIV.  Evanston, IL.  Northwestern University.  1957.  Copy of typescript.  Scarce, pre-publication in Critical Writings.  (Item ID:  2664)  $100.00 SOLD

Joyce, James.  "I Hear An Army," in Des Imagistes.  An Anthology.  New York:  Albert and Charles Boni, 1914.  (A reprint of The Glebe, Volume I, Number 5, February 1914).  First Edition.  Slocum and Cahoon B4. Contains Joyce's "I Hear an Army, as well as poems by Ezra Pound, Amy Lowell, Williams Carlos Williams, and others.  Staining to lower left quadrant of blue cloth boards, gold stamped titles bright, spine ends and tips slightly worn, but tight and clean.  (Item ID:  2100; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $450.00

Joyce, James.  "My Books," in Panorama:  A Monthly Survey of People & Ideas.  No. 7.  Boston, March 1934.  Not listed in Slocum & Cahoon.  Front page features "My Books" by James Joyce, and "The Odyssey of James Joyce:  Ulysses.  After Twelve Years, Returns for Ostracism."  First publication after lifting of American ban.  In custom portfolio.  Rare.  (Item ID:  2655; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00

Joyce, James.  "On the Beach at Fontana," "Alone, and "She Weeps over Rahoon" (all later published in Pomes Penyeach, 1927), in Poetry:  a Magazine of Verse, Volume XI, October-March 1917-1918, Nos. I-IV. Edited by Harriet Monroe.  Also contains poems by Amy Lowell, W. B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, and others.  Six issues bound in green cloth, with Joyce poems in Volume II, pages 70-71.  TEG.  Spine faded a big, pages lightly toned, variant text from Pomes Penyeach.  (Item ID:  2097; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $800.00  

Joyce, James A. [sic]  "Two Songs." Later numbers XII and XXVI of Chamber Music, which appeared two years later. Joyce's first appearance in a book. In The Venture/An Annual of Art and Literature.  London, 1905 (published November 1904).  Slocum & Cahoon B2.  Also contains "Two Songs" by Oliver Gogarty. Decorated cloth, tanned and a bit bubbled.  Spine ends slightly worn.  Interior clean, tight, unmarked.  Fore and bottom edges uncut.  Mylar-protected in custom cloth clamshell box.  (Item ID:  2108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $800.00   

Joyce, James.  "Strings in the Earth and Air" (441), "Big Adieu to Girlish Days" (442), and "What Counsel has the Hooded Moon" (443), Chamber Music poems.  In The Dublin Book of Irish Verse 1728-1905.  Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, & Co., Ltd., November 1909. Edited by John Cooke.  Slocum & Cahoon B3. Also contains early poems by Oscar Wilde and W. B. Yeats.  Fine thin paper issue with gilt letter and edges.  endpapers toned.  Mylar-protected. (Item ID:  2110; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $500.00  

Joyce, James A. [sic]  "Song."  Prior to being printed in Chamber Music in 1907.  (August 1904, page 124). In Dana:  an Irish Magazine of Independent Thought.  Volume I, May 1904-1905.  Dublin:  Hodges, Figgis & Co., Ltd., and London:  David Nutt, 1905.  Slocum & Cahoon C28.  Twelve issues bound without wrappers in modern green cloth.  Complete run, possibly in publisher's binding.  The sheets are continuously page; a sleaf of contents for the volume follows the general title.  Also includes work by Duardin, Eglinton, Gogarty, and Colum, among many others.  A fine Mylar-protected copy with Bill Pieper sticker on back pastedown.  (Item ID:  2109; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $1,000.00

Joyce, Stanislaus.  “James Joyce.  A Memoir,” in The Hudson Review, Volume II, Number 4, Winter, 1950.  In wrappers, as issued.  Sunned edges, top of spine starting, otherwise very good plus.  (Item ID:  1718; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Joyce, Stanislaus.  Recollections of James Joyce by His Brother.  New York:  James Joyce Society, 1950.  Limited edition:  484/750.  Wrappers, as issued.  Slight crease to tips, very mild sunning to spine, otherwise near fine to fine. Laid in is Gotham Book Mart promotional/order postcard.   (Item ID:  1831; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00 

Joyce, Stanislaus, and Ellsworth Mason, editors.  The Early Joyce.  The Book Reviews, 1902-1903.  Colorado Springs:  The Mamalujo Press, 1955.  In Mylar; wrappers, as issued.  Spine and edges sunned, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1737)  $125.00  SOLD

Leonard, Hugh.  Stephen D.  A Play In Two Acts.  London:  Evans Brothers Limited, 1964.  A Play Adapted from James Joyce’s Portrait and Stephen Hero.  Fine volume in near fine, slightly soiled, Mylar-protected dust jacket with very slight edge wear.  (Item ID:  1836)   $75.00  SOLD

McKenna, Siobhan.  Playbill for one-woman production.  Pomes, Dubliners, Exiles, Epiphanies by James Joyce.  At The Poetry Center of the 92nd Street Y.  February 21, 1983.  Slight centerfold paperclip rust stain to rear, red mark inside, otherwise near fine.  Newspaper advertisement for performance, NY Times Notice, and McKenna obituary (1986) laid in.  Signed by McKenna.  (Item ID:  1766; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00 

Mottola, Alfonso.  Immagini Triestine Per Giacomo Joyce.  James Joyce Quarterly.    Tulsa:  University of Tulsa, 1991.  Supplement to the James Joyce Quarterly, Volume 28, Number 3, Spring 1991.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  1670; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Powys, John Cowper.  James Joyce’s Ulysses – An Appreciation.  London:  Village Press, 1975.  In wrappers, near fine.  (Item ID:  1778; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

Reynolds, Mary.  “Joyce and Nora,” Robert Scholes, “Joyce and the Epiphany,” and W. I. Thompson, “Language of Finnegans Wake,” in The Sewanee Review, Volume LXXII, Number 1, Winter, 1964. In wrappers, as issued.  Near fine, tight and clean.  (Item ID:  1701; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Reynolds, Mary.  “Two Essays on James Joyce:  Joyce and Nora:  The Indispensable Countersign, and Joyce’s Planetary Music:  His Debt to Dante.”  New Haven, Connecticut, 1970.  Reprinted from The Sewanee Review, Volume LXXVI, Number 3, Summer 1968, and Volume LXXII, Number 1, Winter 1964.  Fine, in stapled wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  1752)  $27.50 SOLD

Roberts, R. F.  “Bibliographical Notes on James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses,’”  in The Colophon.  New Series.  A Quarterly for Bookmen.  Spring 1936.  Volume 1, New Series, Number 4.  New York:  Pynson Printers.  (Also includes articles by MacKinlay Kantor, Norman Rockwell, Rockwell Kent, and others.) With overrun printing of Roberts’s article. (Item ID:  1722; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Ryder, John, Editor.  Six on the Black Art (Excerpt from Ulysses)  London:  Wynkyn de Worde Society, [1961].  #234 of 250.  Signed by the editor.  Fine in near fine slipcase.  (Item ID:  1779; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Salerno, George.  “Santayce-Joyceana.”  Reprinted from James Joyce Quarterly.  Volume 5, Number 2.  Winter, 1968.  Water stained, chipped edge.  (Item ID:  1747; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $2.50  

Slote, Sam.  Ulysses in the Plural.  The Variable Editions of Joyce’s Novel.  Joyce Studies No. 05.  Dublin:  National Library of Ireland, 2004.  As new, in wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  1810)   $22.50 SOLD

South Carolina Educational Television.  The World of James Joyce.  Transcript.  Narrator:  Peter O’Toole. [n.d.]  Fine, in wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  1761; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

Spanish James Joyce Society.  Papers on Joyce.  No. 1.  1995.  Essays by Benstock, Hayman, Senn, and others.  As new in wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  1759) $30.00    SOLD  

Staley, Thomas F., et al.  James Joyce.  His Place in World Literature.  Proceedings of the Comparative Literature Symposium, Volume II.  Wolodymyr T. Zyla, Editor.  Lubbock:  Interdepartmental Committee on Comparative Literature, Texas Technological College, 1969.  Essays by Staley, Noon, and others.  Fine.  (Item ID:  1688)  $25.00   SOLD

Stewart, J. I. M.  James Joyce.  Writers & Their Work.  Harlow, Essex:  Longman Group, 1971.  In wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  (Item ID:  1774; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Stewart, J. I. M.  James Joyce.  Writers and Their Work:  No. 91.  London:  Longmans, Green & Co., 1957.  First edition.  In wrappers, as issued.  Ex libris. Spine sunned, lower front and back covers detaching, but otherwise good plus to very good.  (Item ID:  1824; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Stone, Bernard.  TOPF!  James Joyce.  London:  Cape Goliard Press, Ltd., [n.d. 1970s]  One page folded twice. About fine in Mylar,  Signed by Stone. (Item ID:  1732; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Svevo, Italo.  James Joyce.  A Lecture Delivered in Milan in 1927 by His Friend.  Translated by Stanislaus Joyce.  New York:  New Directions, 1950.  Man Ray photo of Joyce on front cover and of Svevo on rear cover. Number 840 of 1600.  In wrappers, as issued, with dust jacket, small closed tear to FFEP,  (Item ID:  1741; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  

Thornton, Weldon.  “An Allusion List for James Joyce’s Ulysses.  Part 1 – “Telemachus.”  Reprinted from James Joyce Quarterly.  Vol. 1, No. 1.  Fall, 1963.  As new, in Mylar.  (Item ID:  1746; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Triquarterly 38.  In the Wake of the Wake.  Winter 1977.  Guest Co-Editor David Hayman.  Articles by Samuel Beckett, John Cage, William Gass, Hélène Cixous, among others.  In wrappers, as issued.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  1841; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50  

Ulysses in Nighttown.  Playbill.  Volume II.  February 1974.  Winter Garden.  New York.  Ulysses Dramatized by Marjorie Barkentin.  With Zero Mostel as Leopold Bloom, Fionnuala Flanagan as Molly and Tommy Lee Jones as Stephen Dedalus.  Directed by Burgess Meredith.  (Item ID:  1769)  $25.00  SOLD

USA vs. Ulysses.  Judge J. Woolsey, U.S. District Court.  Chicago:  Lakeside Press, 1935.  Stapled wrappers, as issued.  One of 1000.  Mild sunning to spine, but unmarked.   In protective Mylar and a plastic jacket.  (Item ID:  1829; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $400.00  

Waldron, Philip.  The Novels of James Joyce.  Wellington, New Zealand:  Wai-te-ata Press, 1962.  One of 300.  In wrappers, as issued; fine.  (Item ID:  1729; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Wilder, Thornton.  “James Joyce (1882-1941),” in Poetry.  A Magazine of Verse.  Vol. LVII, No. VI.  March 1941.  Chicago.  In wrappers, as issued.  Spine ends lightly rubbed, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1699)  $22.50  SOLD


 Joyce Reference Volumes

Allt, Peter.  Some Aspects of the Life and Works of James Augustine Joyce.  Inaugural Lecture.  Groningen, Djakarta:  J. B. Wolters, 1952.  Hard cover, as new; no dust jacket, as issued.  (Item:  1621; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Banta, Melissa, and Oscar A. Silverman, Editors.  James Joyce’s Letters to Sylvia Beach, 1921-1940.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1987.  Near fine volume; slight spine edge wear to dust jacket, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1846; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Banta, Melissa, and Oscar A. Silverman, Editors.  James Joyce’s Letters to Sylvia Beach, 1921-1940.  Oxford:  Plantin Publishers, 1990.  Soft cover.  Slightest of edge wear, price label on front cover, but otherwise near fine.  (Item ID: 1847; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Barsanti, Michael J.  Ulysses in Hand:  The Rosenbach Manuscript.  Philadelphia:  The Rosenbach Museum and Library, 2000.  Soft cover.   As new.  (Item ID:  1636; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Bauerle, Ruth.  Picking Up Airs.  Hearing the Music in Joyce’s Text.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 1993.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1630; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.  Yale University.  The First Twenty Years.  An Anniversary Catalogue.  New Haven:  Yale, 1983.  Wrappers, as issued.  Contains manuscript description and photo of Joyce’s Exiles. Laid in is Leon Edel’s invitation from Yale to attend an address by John J. Slocum, “James Joyce Ten Years After,” in connection with the opening of an exhibition of Joyce manuscripts, books and memorabilia to mark the tenth anniversary of Joyce’s death, January 12, 1951.  Also January 21, 1951, New York Times piece, with Slocum quotes about Joyce.  (Item ID: 1873b; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

Bidwell, Bruce, and Linda Heffer.  The Joycean Way.  A Topographic Guide to ‘Dubliners’ and ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’.  Dublin:  Wolfhound Press, 1981.Fine in near fine laminated dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1614; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00

Bonheim, Helmut.  A Lexicon of the German n Finnegans Wake.  Berkeley:  University of California, 1967. Fine volume in near fine, price-clipped dust wrapper, with a bit of soiling.  (Item ID:  2214: http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50   

Bowen, Zack.  Bloom’s Old Sweet Song.  Essays on Joyce and Music.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida, 1995. Near fine.  Stain on rear cover and upper spine, tip edge wear.  No dust jacket, as issued.  (Item ID:  1637; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00

Christie’s New York.  James Joyce’s Ulysses:  The John Quinn Draft Manuscript of the ‘Circe Episode’.  Christie’s New York, 2000.  Soft cover.  As new.   Photos and articles about Joyce and Circe.  Offprint for $1.5M auction, Thursday, December 14, 2000. (Item ID: 1861; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $45.00  

Christie’s, London.  20th Century Books and Manuscripts.  Auction catalogue. Thursday, December 2, 2004.  Five Joyce items, one with photos, estimates and prices.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  1852) $10.00   SOLD  

Cohn, Alan M.  James Joyce:  An Exhibition from the Collection of Dr. H. K. Croessmann.  Carbondale, Southern Illinois University.  February 1957.  Near fine.  Number 25 of 75.  Wrappers as issued.  Thirty-four Joyce items.  With lecture series flyer laid in featuring Richard Ellmann. Cover has reproduction of crayon sketch of Joyce by Ivan Opfer, Paris, 1924.  Covers lightly soiled, lightly sunned, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1870; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $100.00

Culletin, Claire A.  Names and Naming in Joyce.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1994.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  1619; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Deming, Robert H., Editor.  A Bibliography of James Joyce Studies.  Lawrence:  University of Kansas Press, 1964.  Soft cover.  Very good plus, with chips and wear to edges.  (Item ID:  1626; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

Deming, Robert H.  A Bibliography of James Joyce Studies.  Lawrence:  University of Kansas Libraries, 1964.  Very good soft cover with minor wear to edges/ends/tips  (ID: 10K224; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Deming, Robert H., Editor.  James Joyce.  The Critical Heritage.  Volume 1.  1902-1927.  London:  Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970. As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1627; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Doyle, Paul A., editor.  Concordance to the Collected Poems of James Joyce.  New York:  Scarecrow Press, 1966.  Fine volume; no dust jacket, as issued.  (Item ID:  1612; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

Doyle, Paul A.  A Concordance to the Collected Poems of James Joyce.  New York:  Scarecrow Press, 1966.  Good hardcover without dust wrapper.  Wrinkling to foredge of first 12 pages.  (ID: 8443; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

European Joyce Studies 1.  Modernity and Its Mediation.  Christine van Boheeman, Editor.  Amsterdam:  Rodopi, 1989.  Essays by Rabaté, Senn, and others.  Wrappers, as issued.  As new. (Item ID:  1646; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

European Joyce Studies 2.  Finnegans Wake:  Fifty Years.  Essays by Hayman, Senn, and others.  Geert Lernout, Editor.  Amsterdam:  Rodopi, 1990.  Wrappers, as issued.  As new.  (Item ID:  1647)  $60.00    SOLD  

European Joyce Studies 7.  New Perspectives on Dubliners.  Mary Power and Ulrich Schneider, Editors.  Amsterdam:  Rodopi, 1998. Essays by Senn, Norris, and others.  In wrappers, as issued.  As new.  (Item ID:  1648; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

European Joyce Studies 8.  Joyce:  Feminism/Post/Colonialism.  Ellen Carol Jones, Editor.  Amsterdam:  Rodopi, 1998.  Essays by Schloss, McGee, and others.  In wrappers, as issued.  As new.  (Item ID:  1649; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

European Joyce Studies 9.  Genitricksligh Joyce.  Sam Slote and Wim van Mierlo, Editors.  Amsterdam:  Rodopi, 1999.  Essays by Hayman, Crispi, Ferrer, and others.  In wrappers, as issued.  As new.  (Item ID:  1650; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

*Fargnoli, A. Nicholas.  James Joyce.  A Literary Reference.  New York:  Carroll & Graf, 2003.  Soft cover.  As new.  Inscribed and signed by Fargnoli. (Item ID:  1615; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $37.50

Hancock, Leslie.  Word Index to James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist.  Carbondale and Edwardsville:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1967.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket with two small cuts to bottom edge.  (Item ID:  1611; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Hanley, Miles L.  Word Index to James Joyce’s Ulysses.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1951.  Third Printing.  Soft cover.  Edges darkened, cover slightly stained, otherwise very good plus; in Mylar. Laid in is Gotham Book Mart promotional post card for the publication.  (Item ID:  1610; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00   

Herring, Phillip.  Joyce’s Ulysses Notesheets in the British Museum.  Charlottesville:  University Press of Virginia, 1992.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1631; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00 

Hodgart, Matthew J. C., and Mabel P. Worthington.  Song in the Works of James Joyce.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1959.  Published for Temple University Publications. Fine in near fine dust jacket, minor wear to flap tops. (Item ID:  1629; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $300.00

Hodgart, Matthew J. C., & Worthington, Mabel P.  Song in the Works of James Joyce.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1959.  Spine ends wear.  Water stained volume without dust wrapper.  Joycean Ruth von Phul’s copy.  (ID: 1905)  $40.00  SOLD

Horowitz, Glenn.  James Joyce Books and Manuscripts:  A Catalogue.  New York, Horowitz, 1996.  Soft cover.  As new.  One of 1500.  81 items with price list and color photos, plus census of 1000 Shakespeare first editions.  (Item ID:  1858; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

Horowitz, Glenn.  James Joyce.  Ulysses.  An Exhibition of 24 Inscribed Copies of the First Edition.  Sarah Funke, Laura Barnes, and Glenn Horowitz.  New York:  Horowitz, 1998.  One of 1,250.  Soft cover, as new, with black and white photos of inscriptions.  (Item ID:  1859; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Kemnitz, Charles.  Joyce at 101:  An Exhibition.  Tulsa:  The University of Tulsa, 1983.  In wrappers, as issued.  155 items.  Slight bit of wear to edge, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1856; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $32.50   

Mason, Ellsworth, and Stanislaus Joyce.  The Early Joyce:  The Book Reviews, 1902-1903.  Colorado Springs:  Mamalujo, 1955.  In wrappers, as issued.  Cover edges sunned.  (Item ID:  9107)  $50.00  SOLD

McArthur, Murray.  Stolen Writings.  Blake’s Milton, Joyce’s Ulysses, and the Nature of Influence.  Ann Arbor  UMI, 1988.  As new, without dust jacket, as issued.  (Item ID:  1642; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Owen, Rodney Wilson.  James Joyce and the Beginnings of Ulysses.  Ann Arbor:  UMI, 1983.  As new, without dust jacket, as issued.  (Item ID:  1641; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $90.00 

Peterson, Richard F., Alan M. Cohn, and Shelly Fox.  Ulysses:  James Joyce 1882-1941.  A Centenary Exhibit.  Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Library, 1982.  Wrappers, as issued.  Near fine.  About 150 items.  Association copy:  inscribed by author (Cohn) to Joycean Ruth von Puhl.  (Item ID:  1873a) $50.00 

Praeger, Richard Q.  Transition Bookshop Catalogue:  Modern Firsts.  San Francisco, Fall 1980.  In wrappers, as issued.  560 items listed:  Joyce/Auden, Faulkner, et al.  Near fine.  Postage stamp to rear. (Item ID:  9071; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 

Praeger, Richard Q.  transition/catalogue2/James Joyce.  San Francisco, CA.  1981.  522 Joyce items described and priced.  Soft cover.  (Item ID:  1863; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50  

Praeger, Richard Q.  transition/catalogue2/James Joyce.  San Francisco, CA.  1981.  522 Joyce items described and priced.  Hard cover.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1864; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00 

Praeger, Richard Q.  Transition.  Catalog 4:  Modern Literature.  San Francisco:  Transition Books, 1985.  Winter.  About 500 items, 40 Joyce.   In wrappers, as issued.  Near fine with mark on front cover, mailing label and postmark on rear.  First page has red marks.  Otherwise very good to near fine.  (item ID:  1857; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $17.50  

Reese, William S., editor.  James Joyce Issue:  Gazette of the Grolier Club.  New Series Numbers 33/34.  Grolier Club, New York, 1983.  In wrappers as issued.  Contains:  Joyce bibliography by H. Cahoon, Collecting Joyce by John Slocum, plus descriptions of the Yale, Cornell, Ransom, Kansas, and Southern Illinois Joyce Collections.  Near fine.  Very slight crease, lower corner. Together with James Joyce’s Business Card (Facsimile): Reading “Mr. James Joyce,” “Mr.” struck through and “with compliments” in Joyce’s hand.  Attached to Grolier Club, NY Joyce Centennial Exhibition invitation, February 16, 1982, featuring Hugh Kenner on “Joyce and his Printers.”  (Item ID:  952)  $75.00  SOLD

Quillian, William H.  Hamlet and the New Poetics.  James Joyce and T. S. Eliot.  Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1983. As new, without dust jacket, as issued. (Item ID:  1640; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00

Read, Forrest, editor.  Pound/Joyce.  The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, with Pound’s Critical Essays and Articles About Joyce.  New York:  New Directions 1967.  As new hard cover in Mylar-protected dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1842; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

Read, Forrest, editor.  Pound/Joyce.  The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, with Pound’s Critical Essays and Articles About Joyce.  New York:  New Directions 1967.  Review copy with publisher’s note.  In signatures, no cover. (Item ID:  1843; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

Read, Forrest, editor.  Pound/Joyce.  The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, with Pound’s Critical Essays and Articles About Joyce.  New York:  New Directions 1967.  Soft cover.  Edges worn a bit, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  1844) $15.00  SOLD

Russel, Myra Teicher, Editor.  James Joyce’s Chamber Music.  The Lost Song Settings.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1993.  Soft cover, spiral bound.  New in shrink wrap.  (Item ID  1638; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Scholes, Robert E., Compiler. The Cornell Collection:  A Catalogue.Ithaca: Cornell University, 1961.   Manuscripts, letters, and other correspondence of James Joyce.  Fine, in edge worn tissue wrapper.  (Item ID:  1623; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Scholes, Robert E.  The Cornell Joyce Collection:  A Catalogue.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1961.  Fine volume in very good publisher’s tissue, with some edge sunning and chips.  (ID: Y8795; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Slocum, John J., and Herbert Cahoon.  A Bibliography of James Joyce (1882-1941)  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1977.  Second printing.  Near fine, lacking dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1853; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00   

Slocum, John J, and Cahoon, Herbert.  A Bibliography of James Joyce 1882-1941.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1953.  Near fine volume in similar dust wrapper; spine and edge sunned and minor edge wear.  Owner signature to ffep.  (ID: Y8798; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Slocum, John J., and Herbert Cahoon.  A Bibliography of James Joyce (1882-1941).  London:  Rupert Hart-Davis, 1953.  The Soho Bibliographies.  V.  James Joyce.  Near fine, with mark on cover, name/date on FFEP, lacking dust jacket.  (Item ID: 1854; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00  

Slocum,  John J., and Herbert Cahoon.  A Bibliography of James Joyce (1992-1941).  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1953.  Fine in near fine, sunned dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1855; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $155.00 

Smythe, Colin.  A Guide to Coole Park, County Galway, Home of Lady Gregory. Garrards Cross, Bucks, Ireland: Colin Smythe, 1973.  Near fine soft cover.  Price tag to rear.  (Item ID:  9072; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 

Sotheby’s, London.  James Joyce.  Eumeo.  An Episode of Ulysses.  July 10, 2001.  “The Lost ‘Eumaeo’ Notebook.”  Photos, articles, and manuscript analysis of “Eumaeus.”  Near fine, wrinkle to lower tip.  (Item ID:  1851; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Spoerri, James Fuller.  James Joyce:  Books and Pamphlets Relating to the Author and His Works.  Folcroft, 1977 reprint.  As new.  (Item ID:  1866; http://www.rmgergerbooks.alibrisstore.com) $42.50  

Spoerri, James Fuller.  James Joyce:  Books and Pamphlets Relating to the Author and His Works.  Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.  Secretary’s News Sheet No. 42.  Charlottesville, VA.  August 1959. Supplement.  Lists about 25 items.  Soft cover.  (Item ID:  1868; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50  

Spoerri, James F.  A Catalogue of A Collection of the Works of James Joyce.  Chicago: 1948. For private distribution.  Copyright 1948 by James Fuller Spoerri. 1/60 Inscribed and signed by Spoerri to Charles Duff (James Joyce and the Plain Reader author; 1932).  Fine, in blue wraps with reproduction of Joyce Signature. Minor crease upper tip.  (ID:  335; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com $45.00  

Spoerri, James Fuller.  James Joyce:  Catalogue of a Collection of the Works of James Joyce Exhibited at the Newberry Library, 1948.  Chicago, 1948.  Soft cover.  As new with four-page supplement laid in.  About 150 items.  Mylar protected.  (Item ID:  1865) .$60.00  SOLD dealer 7 14 17

Staley, Thomas F.  An Annotated Critical Bibliography of James Joyce.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1959.  As new in as new dust jacket. (Item ID:  1632; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00

University College, London.  James Joyce Centre:  A List of Holdings in the Centre.  1973.  About 200 items.  As new, in wrappers as issued.  (Item ID:  1871; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 

Wall, Richard.  An Anglo-Irish Dialect Glossary for Joyce’s Works.   Gerrards Cross:  Colin Smythe, 1986.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  1633; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00

Woolmer, J Howard.  Ulysses at Auction With a Preliminary Census.  Reprint from JJQ, Volume 17, No. 2, Winter 1980.  Revere, PA:  Woolmer.  Prices for one of 100 signed at auction 1926-1979, census for 100 signed.  (Item ID:  1860; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Wynne, Marjorie G., and Mary T. Reynolds.  James Joyce, 1882-1941:  Catalogue of a Centenary Exhibition in The Bienecke Manuscript and Rare Book Library, Yale University, 23 December 1981-26 March 1982.  New Haven, Yale, 1981.  Soft cover.  Near fine, small spot to rear, red check marks.  132 items.  (Item ID:  1869; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $27.50 


Joyce-Related Materials in Other Languages

[Joyce, James] L’Arabie. InLes Écrits Nouveaux:  Tome IX-2.  Paris: February 1922 Slocum & Cahoon  D20.  First French Translation of “Araby” by Mme. Hélène du Pasquiner.  Wraps. Uncut, near fine.  Some tanning to pages.  Laid in:  James Joyce Quarterly, Vol. 35, No. 4, Summer 1998 Note: “Armory” by Richard Gerber, on Joyce’s work on this translation.  (Item ID:  2559; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $250.00 

Joyce, James.  Dedalus: Portrait de l’artiste jeune par lui-même.  Paris: Éditions de la Sirène,1924. Translated by Ludmila Savitzky.  Slocum & Cahoon D15.  First French Edition. Wrappers, as issued; uncut, near fine, pages a bit tanned, price on rear inked out.  (Item ID:  2564; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $200.00  

[Joyce, James]  James Joyce:  Werke Und Deutungen.  Dortmund:  Stadtische, 1965.  (A German bibliography)  30 pages. Albin Joyce drawing on cover.  Joyce photo frontispiece; fine wraps in plastic jacket.  (ID: 10K112; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Joyce, James.  Les Exiles.  Paris: Gallimard 1950. Translated by J. S. Bradley.  One of 1,255 copies. Slocum & Cahoon D16.  First French Edition.  Bound after the style of Paul Bonet.  Fine.  (Item ID:  2562; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00  

Joyce, James.  Stephen Le Héros. Paris: Gallimard 1948. Slocum & Cahoon D18.  Number 126 of 1,040.  First French Edition.  Fragment of the first part of Dedalus (Stephen Hero).  Translated by Ludmila Savitzky.  Bound after the style of Paul Bonet.  Near fine in original tissue which, is missing ½ inch strip top and bottom.  Upper edge of pages foxed.  (Item ID:  2563; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00  

Joyce, James.   Ulysse.  Paris: Gallimard, 1948.  Number 711 of 3.040   Trans. By Auguste Morel and Stuart Gilbert, reviewed by Valery Larbaud and Joyce.  Bound after the style of Paul Bonet.  Slightest of sunning at board edges, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  2561; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $200.00  

[Joyce, James]  Freund, Gisèle.  Trois Jours Avec Joyce (Photographs).  Paris: De Noël, 1982.  Fine in dust jacket with just a bit of edge soil, the slightest of wear to jacket spine ends and tips.  Inscribed on Feb. 2, 1987 (105th anniversary of Joyce’s birth) by Freund.  Laid in:  (1) 1987 New York Times notice of Gotham Book Mart photos exhibit; (2) 1987 Joyce Society meeting at Gotham notice, with Freund speaking; (3) 2000 New York Times Freund Obituary.  (Item ID:  2560; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $170.00  

[Joyce, James]  Jung, C. G.  ¿Quien es Ulises?  Buenos Aires:  Santiago Ruedo, 1944.  In wrappers, as issued; edge of cover is tanned, ffep top corner cut, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID: 2558; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00  


Ephemera

3rd Annual University of Tulsa Comparative Literature Symposium.  University of Tulsa, 1988.  Modernism: Precursors and Inheritors.  James Joyce:  Text and Pre-text from the McFarlin Collections.  In honor of the twety-fifth anniversary of the James Joyce Quarterly.  Program and Exhibition Guide.  Lists 40 signed and inscribed Joyce books.  In stapled wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  (Item ID: 2224; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$22.50

Bloomsday!Billboard.  Celebrating Ulysses 6/16/12. Colored Poster of Joyce & Beach at Shakespeare & Co.  (ID:  3110; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

James Joyce & Friends: Bloomsday 1996. Irish Repertory Theatre Presents: Sunday Afternoon with James Joyce.  Stamford, CT:  Wild Geese.  Playbill, Brancusi drawings of Joyce, article on Joyce.  Fine, in wrappers, as issued. (ID:  3120; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $17.50 

[Joyce, James] STAMP. 1982.  First Day Cover from Irish Post Office.  Stamp and envelope issued to commemorate the birth centenary of Joyce.  Postmarked at James Joyce Tower, Sandycove, County Dublin.  Envelope features musical and literary images.  Stamp features Brancusi drawing of Joyce.  Mint condition.  (Item ID: 2249) $95.00  SOLD

*[Joyce, James.  Ulysses]  Ulysses Wrectified.  New York:  Sean Kelly Galleries, 2006.  As new in similar dust wrapper.  Twenty-one artists' responses to Joyce's novel, modifying a copy of the Modern Library edition of Ulysses.  One of 500.  Sean Kelly inscription card with signature laid in.  (ID: 139; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $300.00 

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