[JOYCE, JAMES. 1882-1941.] 3 items of Joycian ephemera: <BR />1. United States District Court ... United States of America, Libellant, against One Book Entitled Ulysses ... Claimant's Memorandum in support of motion to dismiss libel. New York: Ballou Press, October 14, 1933.
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[JOYCE, JAMES. 1882-1941.] 3 items of Joycian ephemera:
1. United States District Court ... United States of America, Libellant, against One Book Entitled Ulysses ... Claimant's Memorandum in support of motion to dismiss libel. New York: Ballou Press, October 14, 1933.
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[JOYCE, JAMES. 1882-1941.]
3 items of Joycian ephemera:
1. United States District Court ... United States of America, Libellant, against One Book Entitled Ulysses ... Claimant's Memorandum in support of motion to dismiss libel. New York: Ballou Press, October 14, 1933. iv, 56 pp. Printed self-wrappers. Upper fore-corner creased, upper wrapper and following few leaves dented and scuffed.
2. Extract from Press Notices of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. London: Egoist Ltd., 1916. Single sheet, [4] pp.
3. "Shakespeare and Company." Sylvia Beach. Bookshop and Lending Library. Paris: S.G.I.E., 1925. Single sheet, [4] pp. Terms for the lending library and deposit supplied in manuscript (in Beach's hand?). Toning at head and foot.

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