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JOYCE, James. Haveth Childers Everywhere. Fragment from Work in Progress. Paris and New York: Ducros et Colas for Henry Babou and The Fountain Press, 1930.
2° (285 x 190mm). Title printed in black and green, initials and headlines printed in green. (Some spotting.) Original printed wrappers, most gatherings unopened, glassine dustwrapper, gilt paper covered chemise, slipcase (short clean tears on spine ends, dustwrapper a little spotted and chipped, chemise and slipcase worn).
FIRST EDITION, LIMITED TO 685 COPIES, THIS NO. 25 OF 100 ON IMPERIAL HAND-MADE IRIDESCENT JAPAN, SIGNED BY JOYCE. This fragment forms pp.532-554 of Finnegans Wake. Published in Paris p.413; Slocum and Cahoon Joyce A41.
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