The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0237 Tuesday, 28 March 2006
From: Matthew Davies <
Date: Tuesday, 28 Mar 2006 09:09:05 -0600
Subject: 17.0220 Joyce and Shakespeare
Comment: Re: SHK 17.0220 Joyce and Shakespeare
To: Michael Friedman -
Probably the most reliable information on this is the list of books that
Joyce had in his Trieste Library. That list was first published by
Richard Ellmann in his book, "The Consciousness of Joyce" (1977, 1981);
several articles on the subject have subsequently appeared. The books
themselves are now housed in the Harry Ransom Center here in Austin.
Molly Hardy -- another namesake -- sent me the list, which contains some
21 Shakespeare items --exactly which Joyce used for what reference may
be difficult to determine. I suggest you send a research query to the
, F.A.O. Molly Hardy), and they can then
provide a list of the JJ library.
University of Texas at Austin
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