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SIGNED BY BOTH JAMES JOYCE AND HENRI MATISSE

JOYCE, James (MATISSE, Henri, illustrator). Ulysses. New York, 1935.

First illustrated edition of Joyce’s landmark Ulysses, number 353 of only 250 copies (from a total edition of 1500) signed by both James Joyce and Henri Matisse. One of the 20th-century’s most desirable illustrated books, combining the work of two great modern artists. A fine copy. $35,000.

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“HIS SOUL SWOONED SLOWLY AS HE HEARD THE SNOW FALLING FAINTLY THROUGH THE UNIVERSE AND FAINTLY FALLING, LIKE THE DESCENT OF THEIR LAST END, UPON ALL THE LIVING AND THE DEAD”

JOYCE, James. Dubliners. London, 1914.

Rare first edition of Joyce's first prose work, his great collection of short stories. One of only 1250 copies printed (499 of which were sunk en route to America). $32,000.

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“LOUD, HEAP MISERIES UPON US YET ENTWINE OUR ARTS WITH LAUGHTER’S LOW”

JOYCE, James. The Mime of Mick, Nick and the Maggies. The Hague and New York, 1934.

First edition of this amusing and affecting portion of Finnegans Wake, number 596 of only 1000 copies printed on Old Antique Dutch paper, uncut and unopened. $2200.

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“THE FIRST PUBLISHED CRITICAL WORK ON FINNEGANS WAKE

(JOYCE, James). Our Exagmination Round His Factification For Incamination of Work. Paris, 1929.

First trade edition of Sylvia Beach’s third and last Joyce publication, a collection of essays on his yet-unpublished Finnegan’s Wake, with an essay by Samuel Beckett, his first publication in book form. An exceptional, fully intact copy of a notoriously fragile work. $2000.

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