Epiphanies. Introduction and Notes O. A. Silverman (1956)
Book ID: 64969
Epiphanies. Introduction and Notes O. A. Silverman. Lockwood Memorial Library, University of Buffalo, 1956. Pp, 32, uncut. Frontispiece sketch of Joyce by Publishers quarter cloth paper boards, title lettered in gilt to spine. A fine bright copy.
Limited Edition of 500 Numbered Copies.
Set from the manuscripts in the collection in the University of Buffalo, with an introduction by Oscar Silverman and frontispiece portrait of Joyce by Brancusi.
Joyce wrote one “epiphany”per page and, based on the numeration on the versos, at some stage there were at least 71 epiphanies, only 40 of which now survive. These faircopy manuscripts are some of Joyce’s earliest surviving compositions in his own hand.