Our exagmination round his factification for incamination of Work in progress

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Title

Our exagmination round his factification for incamination of Work in progress

Subject

Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989.

Description

"Dante…Bruno.Vico..Joyce" essay in Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress. Paris : Shakespeare and Company, Sylvia Beach, 1929. Containing Beckett's first published text, "Dante…Bruno.Vico..Joyce," this collection also includes essays by Eugene Jolas, Robert McAlmon, William Carlos Williams, and other supporters of Joyce's works. Joyce himself concocted the idea. The periods in the title represent centuries between the authors listed. 

Paper wrappers; "96 copies of this book have been printed on Vergé d'arches"; 1st ed., ltd. issue

Creator

Beckett, Samuel

Publisher

Paris : Shakespeare and Company, Sylvia Beach

Date

1929

Relation

PR6003 E282 D3 1929b c.2: Paper wrappers; Rubber-stamped at foot of title page: Made in Great Britain; 1st ed., trade issue

Friends on the Radical Fringe exhibit case
To James Joyce, 23 March 1929: "Here is the latest insertion. I think it might follow the passage which treats of form as a concretion of content. I have succeeded in combining the three points in a more or less reasonable paragraph." -The Letters of Samuel Beckett: 1929-1940, p. 7

Format

20 cm.
jpeg; 300 ppi

Language

English

Type

Book

Identifier

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Extent

4 p. leaves, [3]-194, [2] p. ; 20 cm
4 scans

Files

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Citation

Beckett, Samuel, “Our exagmination round his factification for incamination of Work in progress,” WUSTL Digital Gateway Image Collections & Exhibitions, accessed September 26, 2020, http://omeka.wustl.edu/omeka/items/show/14843.