Ulysses. Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1928. 10th Printing. Pp xvi, 735 (unopened). Original blue wrappers, title in white on upper cover & spine. Some minor chipping and creasing to edges of wrappers (lower cover with a little loss to one edge), light stain to upper cover, usual age-toning to contents pages, but overall a vey good copy of this fragile printing. Housed in custom made solander box. The gatherings are 'unopened' neither the top edge or fore-edge has been cut. This was the tenth of a total of eleven editions published by Sylvia Beach at Shakespeare & Co. between February 2, 1922 and May 1930. Joyce asked that the wrappers of Ulysses be printed in the Greek colours (white on a blue field), as he considered the colours lucky for him, and they also 'suggested the myth of Greece and of Homer, the white island rising from the sea' (Ellman, p.524).