ULYSSES By James Joyce is a Shakespeare and Company
12 Rue De L'Odeon, 12 Paris 1928 - 10th printing. It has a
red 3/4 leather binding, worn at the connection of spine
and bonds. Some browning on edges of pages. [see pic]
This one gives you the original, Joyce-approved, beautiful page design,
without the size reduction of the recent Oxford reprint.
('Nuppies' is a term I coined when Ted Samsel (on rab) objected to being
called a yuppie. It's short for 'one-uppers' and refers to yuppie-like
braggarts who don't share (eg) the typical yuppie materialism. This is
the Ulysses edition for them.)
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It only looks like opprobium if you're uncomfortable with your own Inner
> My guess is that it'll go for about $250 or better.
I wouldn't know. I got a beat-up paperback copy in Amsterdam for $35,
so it's not always just a collectible.
:> My guess is that it'll go for about $250 or better.
: I wouldn't know. I got a beat-up paperback copy in Amsterdam for $35,
: so it's not always just a collectible.
it *is* a 10th printing, after all.
Wasn't the Shakespeare & Co. edition bound in blue leather?
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- size of headlines in Eolus
- formatting of Circe
- pagination breaking 50-50 at page 365 after Nausikaa
- how Joyce's leading-dash-for-quoting is presented
- size of 'egg' at end of Ithaca
- lack of Homeric titles
- font face
etc (see Kidd vs Gabler for maximal niggling)
Jorn Barger wrote:
> Francis Muir <fra...@stanford.edu> wrote:
> > > <URL:http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=192308446>
> > [...]
> > My guess is that it'll go for about $250 or better.
Yes, my $100.50 didn't make it.