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Woolf attends Greek lectures at Kings College October 24, 1897 Joyce, "The Study of Languages" 1898
Joyce, September 27, 1898 Hardy publishes "Wessex Poems and Other Verses" December 1898
Woolf considers the style of her writing August 5, 1899 Woolf values having an active mind August 7, 1899
Woolf writes on art and imitation August 12, 1899 Joyce, "Royal Hibernian Academy 'Ecce Homo'" September 1899
Joyce, reading at University College, Dublin 1900 - 1901 Joyce writes a series of "epiphanies" 1900 - 1903
Joyce is influenced by "talk of dreams" 1900 - 1903 Nora Barnacle's courtship with Sonny Bodkin (to become Michael Furey in "The Dead") 1900
Joyce writes a play entitled "A Brilliant Career" 1900 Yeats on poetic rhythm 1900
Joyce, "Drama and Life" January 20, 1900 Ibsen thanks Joyce (through his translator) for writing "Ibsen's New Drama" April 1900
Joyce, "Ibsen's New Drama" April 1, 1900 Joyce reads George Moore and W.T. Horton 1901
Joyce sends a collection of poems to William Archer 1901 Joyce translates two of Hauptmann's plays 1901
Joyce writes to Ibsen in Dano-Norwegian March 1901 Woolf wonders if the insane view of life is "perhaps the sane one" April 23, 1901
Joyce is interested in occultism May 7, 1901 Lawrence applies to be a medical office clerk September 1901
Joyce writes "The Day of Rabblement" October 14, 1901 Hardy publishes "Poems of the Past and Present" November 1901
Woolf expresses interest in William Shakespeare's Cymbeline November 5, 1901 George Joyce contracts typhoid fever then dies of peritonitis 1902 - March 9, 1902
Joyce differs from W.B. Yeats 1902 Yeats writes to James Joyce about his potential 1902
Yeats offers to help James Joyce 1902 Joyce reads Mangan paper to University College's Literary and Historical Society February 1, 1902
Joyce reads Mangan paper to University College's Literary and Historical Society (continued) February 1, 1902 Joyce registers for medical school April 1902
Joyce announces himself in Dublin literary circles August 1902 Joyce announces himself in Dublin literary circles August 1902
George William Russell writes to W.B. Yeats about James Joyce August 1902 Joyce sends Nora Barnacle a W.B. Yeats ballad August 2, 1902
Russell writes Sarah Purser about Joyce August 15, 1902 Joyce meets W.B. Yeats October 1902