There have been at least 18 editions and variations in different impressions of each edition, though some are certainly more notable than others. Harriet Weaver of the Egoist Press published the first “English edition” of Ulysses later in 1922. Following the publication of this edition, the text was banned and the novel forced underground. In 1933, Random House successfully applied to the US courts to overturn the ban and published its first American edition in 1934. This copy is part of that first American edition.
Ulysses is a modernist novel by James Joyce. It was first serialized in The Little Review from March 1918 to December 1920 and later published by Shakespeare and Company in 1922. Originally, Joyce conceived of Ulysses as a short story to be included in Dubliners, but decided instead to publish it as a long novel, situated as a sort of sequel to A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, picking up Stephen Dedalus’s life over a year later. Ulysses takes place on a single day, June 16, 1904, in Dublin.
This American first is beautifully hand-bound in full calf leather with raised bands and black and red embossed boards -- presented in a custom cloth slipcase!
New York: Published by John Reid, 1796. Folio. Mounted on guards throughout, facsimile title page, 21 engraved maps and plan on 20 leaves (2 folding, 17 double-page and 2 single-page...
The published journals of Meriwether Lewis and William Lewis of their momentous expedition of discovery into the newly purchased Louisiana Territory in 1804-1806. This is the 1902 reprinted edition of...
This is a set of the extremely scarce Centennial edition journals, printed by noted Lewis and Clark historian -- James Hosmer. These are copies number 1 of only 75 sets,...