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Joyce, James

Published by Gotham Book Mart 0

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From: Crossroad Books (Eau Claire, WI, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Gotham Book Mart 0. 33-1/3 Vinyl LP record. Number MA1943A/B. No date listed; circa 1950's. A re-release of the original 1929 recording. A line of pitting on the "B" side. S bit of light scratching on the "A" side. A plain white sleeve is present, but not sure if this is the original sleeve. The sleeve has a 3" split on the closed side. No album cover. ; LP. Seller Inventory # 55125

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Joyce, James

Published by The Orthological Institute, Cambridge (1929)

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From: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books (ABAA) (San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: The Orthological Institute, Cambridge, 1929. First pressing. 78 r.p.m shellac record album. Label printed in green, text only, with rubber-stamp "Made in England;" the same stamp appears on the unprinted plain brown cover, which is rather worn. The record itself is in fine condition. One of only two published recordings of Joyce reading. Slocum and Cahoon p. 173. Seller Inventory # 27928

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Joyce, James.

Published by Orthological Institute [N.D. but circa 1929], Cambridge (1929)

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From: Lee G. Campbell (Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Orthological Institute [N.D. but circa 1929], Cambridge, 1929. 78 rpm phonograph record. The first pressing (Slocum & Cahoon, page 173) of Joyce reading the "Anna Livia Plurabelle" episode from "Finnegans Wake." The recording session took place in August of 1929 at a time when Joyce's eyesight had deteriorated considerably. As Richard Ellmann writes in his biography of Joyce (page 630): "He found time also to record the last pages of 'Anna Livia' for Ogden at the Orthological Institute; the pages had been prepared for him in half-inch letters, but the light in the studio was so weak that Joyce still could not read them. He had therefore to be prompted in a whisper throughout, his achievement being, as Ogden said, all the more remarkable." The recording is in fine condition, a singular feat of preservation considering its fragility. Housed in a cloth clamshell box that is plush-lined and in a cloth chemise. Seller Inventory # 21524

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