1 John J. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon, comps., A Bibliography of James Joyce, (New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1953), 71. The short title “Slocum & Cahoon” will be used throughout.

Robert E. Scholes, comp., The Cornell Joyce Collection: A Catalogue, (Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1961), 10.

3 Sylvia Beach, Catalogue of a Collection Containing Manuscripts & Rare Editions of James Joyce, a Few Manuscripts of Walt Whitman and Two Drawings by William Blake Belonging to Miss Sylvia Beach and Offered for Sale at her Shop, (Paris: Shakespeare and Company, n.d. [1935]), item no. 8, 5.
4 Slocum and Cahoon E1, 131.

Robert Nikirk, Librarian, The Grolier Club of New York, “Modern Literature from the Library of James Gilvarry,” (New York: Christie’s, 7 February 1986), 10.

6 Oliver St. John Gogarty, “James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist,” in Mourning Becomes Mrs. Spendlove, (New York: Creative Age Press, 1948), 42.
7 William York Tindall, ed., Chamber Music (New York: Columbia University Press, 1954), 9.
8 For details concerning these inscribed copies, see James Joyce Books and Manuscripts (New York: Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc., 1996), 13.

Carolyn Holdsworth, ed., The Wind Among the Reeds: Manuscript Materials by W. B. Yeats (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1993), xxi.

10 W.B. Yeats, “Modern Irish Poetry” in Justin McCarthy, ed., Irish Literature (Philadelphia: John D. Morris & Company, 1904), Vol. III, vii-xiii, xiv.
11 Richard Ellmann, James Joyce, new and revised edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 1959, 1982), 462.
12 James Joyce, Ulysses, eds. Hans Walter Gabler et al., (New York and London: Garland: 1984), 1730.
13 Jane Lidderdale and Mary Nicholson, Dear Miss Weaver: Harriet Shaw Weaver 1876–1961 (London: Faber & Faber, 1970), 333.
14 Revised proof sheets of The Egoist’s setting of the first chapter of Ulysses are part of the Weaver Joyce Collection at the British Library, 57356 1–5.
15 Joyce to Linati; 21 September 1920; see Stuart Gilbert, ed. Letters of James Joyce [vol. 1], 146-47.
16 The Linati schema has also been reproduced, transcribed and translated by Richard Ellmann in Ulysses on the Liffey  (London: Faber and Faber, 1973), n.p.
17 See Stuart Gilbert’s James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ (New York: Vintage Books, 1955) 30, and Marvin Magalaner [ed.], A James Joyce Miscellany: Second Series  (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1959), between pp. 48–49.
18 Michael Groden, “The National Library of Ireland’s New Joyce Manuscripts: A Statement and Document Descriptions,” James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 39, no. 1, (Fall 2001), 29–51.
19 Sylvia Beach [for Joyce] to Edmund Wilson; 20 August 1928; see Gilbert, ed. Letters of James Joyce [vol. 1], 264–65.
20 Joyce to Sturge Moore; 24 November 1917 (MS. in the Feinberg Collection at the University of Southern Illinois, Carbondale); see Richard Ellmann, ed. Letters of James Joyce, vol. II (New York: Viking Press, 1966), 411.
21 Willard Potts, ed., Portraits of the Artist in Exile, translated by Camilla Rudolph et al., (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1979), 7.
22 Sylvia Beach, Shakespeare and Company: The Story of an American Bookshop in Paris (New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1959), 131.
23 Herbert Gorman, James Joyce, (New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1939), 272.
24 Wyndham Lewis, The Enemy, No. 2, (September 1927), vii.
25 Time and Tide (London), 16 July 1926, 648–49.
26 Bonnie Kime Scott, ed., Selected Letters of Rebecca West, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000), West to Jonathan Cape, [December 1927], 98–99.

James Joyce Bibliography–Online, (the short title "JJB" will be used throughout) at http://jjoycebiblio.org/pomes_1927_pubhistory.html.

28 Ibid.

Faber & Faber to Joyce; 17 February 1932 (MS. in the James Joyce Collection, The Poetry/Rare Books Collection, University at Buffalo); unpublished.

30 Slocum & Cahoon A33 and A42.
31 Eugene Jolas, “From Jabberwocky to Letterism,” Transition Forty-eight, No. 1 (January 1948), 104–20.
32 Ezra Pound, “A Retrospect,” Literary Essays of Ezra Pound, ed. T.S. Eliot, (London: Faber and Faber, 1954) 4.
33 Alexander Buchman to John Slocum, 9 February 1951 [Yale: Slocum Collection] quoted in James Joyce Bibliography–Online, http://jjoycebiblio.org.
34 See “‘Wroth Wrackt Joyce’: Samuel Roth and the ‘Not Quite Authorized’ Edition of Ulysses,” Joyce Studies Annual (1992), 244 and n.53.
35 Slocum & Cahoon A19.
36 Sylvia Beach, Shakespeare and Company, 179.
37 Quoted in James Knowlson, Damned to Fame:  the Life of Samuel Beckett (London:  Bloomsbury, 1996), 101
38 Singatures "J" and "V - W" were never set as such for Finnegans Wake.
39 This is only a partial, three-page setting of signature "Z".
40 Signatures "2F & 2G" were never set as such for Finnegans Wake.
41 Finnegans Wake has thunderwords, the first nine are 100 letters long and the tenth is 101, making the total 1001.  For a comprehensive analysis and discussion of the composition and significance of the thunderwords in Finnegans Wake see Eric McLuhan, The Role of Thunder in "Finnegans Wake' (Toronto:  University of Toronto Press, 1997).
42 Quoted in Jeremy Lewis, Cyril Connolly:  A Life (London:  Pimlico, 1998), 575.
43 Both recordings are in the Joyce Collection at The Poetry/Rare Books Collection, University Libraries, State University of New York, University at Buffalo.
44 Joseph M. Hone, "A Letter from Ireland," The London Mercury (January 1922), 308.
45 Richard Ellmann to Ellsworth Mason; [n.d.] February 1953 (MS. in the Ellsworth Mason Papers, 4:8, McFarlin Library, University of Tulsa), unpublished.
46 Richard Ellmann to Ellsworth Mason; 25 October 1954 (MS. in the Ellsworth Mason Papers, 4.9, McFarlin Library, University of Tulsa), unpublished.
47 Ibid.
48 Richard Ellmann, James Joyce (1982), 3.
49 Ellsworth Mason to Richard Ellmann; 26 October 1954 (MS. in the Richard Ellmann Papers, Series I:  156, McFarlin Library, University of Tulsa), unpublished.
50 Ellsworth Mason to Richard Ellmann; 20 March 1955 (MS.  in the Richard Ellmann Papers, Series I: 156, McFarlin Library, University of Tulsa), unpublished.