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[Statement regarding the piracy of James Joyce's Ulysses by Samuel Roth].

Author: Ludwig Lewisohn; Archibald MacLeish
Publisher: Paris, Feb. 2, 1927.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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Named Person: James Joyce; Samuel Roth; Adrienne Monnier
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ludwig Lewisohn; Archibald MacLeish
OCLC Number: 80651743
Notes: Begins: It is a matter of common knowledge ...
Also cited as International protest. Cf. Slocum & Cahoon: James Joyce, p. 100.
Drafted by Ludwig Lewisohn and Archibald MacLeish and probably revised by Joyce. Cf. Letters of James Joyce, v. 3, edited by R. Ellman, New York, 1966, p. 151.
Signed by L. Abercrombie and 166 others.
Issued also in French.
From the estate of Adrienne Monnier.
Description: broadside. 35 x 22 cm.
Other Titles: It is a matter of common knowledge ...
International protest.

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