Joyce in Love
Ellmann, Richard

Ithaca New York: Cornell University Library, 1959. F 14 pages; (from the text): "...As a young man Joyce had no woman friends. A girl whom he secretly admired, Mary Sheehy, the daughter of a former member of Parliament, found him shy and even, from shyness, rude, and was incredulous at hearing much later that he had written two poems to her..."; a few pencil marks in the text, one of an editorial nature-possibly Ellmann's copy (?); bound in the original light gray paper wrap covers, red cover titles; some light edge, tips wear and darkening to edges; very good condition and interesting James Joyce literary criticism from this Joycean scholar; Richard Ellmann (1918-1987) prominent Anglo-American author and literary critic. Very Good S (Item ID: 19066)


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