Differences - 1940 Ulysses and 1961 Ulysses?

Scot Kamins kamins at ModernLib.com
Mon Feb 12 12:13:14 EST 2007

On Feb 12, 2007, at 4:47 AM, Clare Imholtz wrote:

> The original 1922 edition published by Sylvia Beach of
> Shakespeare and Company in Paris did have a LOT of
> typos but my reading indicates that the Random
> House/ML (Random House was 1934, pls excuse my
> confusing date in my previous email) was set from a
> pirated copy by Samuel Roth, and in fact was worse.
> At the time I was researching Ulysses texts, 1999, the
> Shakespeare and Company was still believed by many to
> be the text closest to Joyce's intentions (which are
> by no means always clear. I don't know what may have
> happened in the Joyce field since then.
> But heck, whatever text we read, it's a great book.
> Clare

Many thanks for your comments.

Scot Kamins

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