Joyce writing to Harriet Weaver concerning her serial publication of Ulysses and the subsequent trouble the novel caused
Letter excerpt concerning the serial publication of Ulysses and the subsequent difficulties The Egoist encountered
Letter from D.H. Lawrence to E.M. Forster concerning Forster's latest book, A Passage to India
D.H. Lawrence expressing his desire to read E.M. Forster's latest book, A Passage to India
Auerbach describing Proust's narrative technique and his use of involuntary memory
Excerpt concerning Proust's narrative technique from Erich Auerbach's Mimesis
Excerpt from George Painter's Biography of Marcel Proust concerning Proust's polemic against literature content with exterior reality
Excerpt from George Painter's biography of Marcel Proust
Comments concerning the past in his preface to Contre Sainte-Beuve
Proust writing about the past in his preface to Contre Sainte-Beuve
Joyce describes the sale of Ulysses for a meager sum
letter to Richard Madden; in 1955 he did allow Yale School of Drama to show the play for one week
letter to Mikhail Apletin, secretary, Foreign Commission, Union of Soviet Writers
O'Casey writes to Brooks Atkinson about censorship
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