Ulysses. Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1930. 11th Printing (May 1930). In publisher's blue wrappers, lettered in white, wrappers lightly chipped along margins, age toning to contents pages which is common in these editions, but generally a nice bright copy. Gridded moleskin note card inscribed by Joyce attached to front wrapper. "James Joyce/Hotel Belgravia/Grosvenor Gardens/London." Undated but inscribed in April 1931 upon his arrival in London from Paris, just prior to moving in May to a flat in Kensington and marrying Nora in July (Ellmann p. 637): "Joyce felt free now to go to England for the next six months. Nora was uneasy, knowing that he throve neither on the English climate nor his London acquaintanceship, but on April 11, 1931 they gave up their flat on Square Robiac (Paris) and a few days later began what Joyce called their 'fifth Hegira.' In London they stayed for a little over a month in the Hotel Belgravia in Grosvenor Gardens. S.W.1. Then moved at the beginning of May to a flat at 28b Campden Grove, Kensington, where they planned to stay indefinitely. Joyce now completed his arrangements to establish permanent domicile in England, and also consulted with Monro Saw & Co., to legalise his marriage." Housed in custom made solander box.