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My crucible, 1903-1905.

Author: Stanislaus Joyce; James Joyce
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:James Joyce collection.
Database:WorldCat
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A journal kept by Stanislaus Joyce. In this journal, Stanislaus Joyce used for his own purposes paper which had been previously used - mainly by James Joyce - for other purposes. The manuscript consists of 202 leaves and contains in addition to this journal the other manuscripts and fragments described as Scholes 5 (Miscellaneous fragments), 6 (Fragment of an essay, on subjugation), 7 (The study of languages), 8  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Stanislaus Joyce; James Joyce
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Stanislaus Joyce; James Joyce
OCLC Number: 228594997
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 v. (230 p.) ; 21 x 24 cm.
Other Titles: Stanislaus Joyce diary

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A journal kept by Stanislaus Joyce. In this journal, Stanislaus Joyce used for his own purposes paper which had been previously used - mainly by James Joyce - for other purposes. The manuscript consists of 202 leaves and contains in addition to this journal the other manuscripts and fragments described as Scholes 5 (Miscellaneous fragments), 6 (Fragment of an essay, on subjugation), 7 (The study of languages), 8 (Royal Hibernian Academy: "Ecce Homo"), 9 (The Apocalypse of Saint John), 10 (Drama and Life), 11 (Medical notes), 12 ("I said I will go down to where"), 13 (From Chamber Music, two early drafts of the opening lines of poem XXXVI), 14 (Fragment of an essay, on the French attempt to build an empire in North Africa), 15 (Three epiphanies: a) beginning "Her arm is laid for a moment on my knees," b) beginning "Faintly, under the heavy summer night," c) beginning "She comes at night when the city is still").

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