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Created in collaboration with Professor David Hayman, one of the pioneers of Joyce scholarship, this collection includes a broad range of works related to the study of Joyce including books currently out-of-print and Hayman's own highly-regarded publications on the subject.
Scholars will find searchable, reader-friendly manuscripts and published articles in this collection, mostly devoted to _Finnegan's Wake_ but also James Joyce's other works. These primary and secondary resources will be most appreciated by researchers. Teachers may wish to direct undergraduate students to specific materials in this collection (e.g. the Gaelic lexicon and glossary).
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