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Jeep 30 May 2018, 10:21 by John Simpson

The Jeep-crux   U 16.1884: Und alle Schiffe brücken The narrator of the Eumaeus episode alleges that this odd line – literally “And all ships bridge” –  is the end of ... Johannes Jeep, Studentengartlein (1614; frontispiece) Wikimedia Commons     The suggestion that the plural of the German word “Schiffbruch” (i.e. “Schiffbrüche” in an English speaker’s pronunciation) might have caused the ...

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Suter 29 Aug 2015, 01:07 by JJON Editors

James Joyce to August Suter – from writer to sculptor   It was at August Suter’s invitation that Frank Budgen moved to Switzerland shortly before the beginning of WW I. They ... 29 April 1924 August Suter letter on perforated paper from a small-sized notepad. German Joyce will deliver the pictures next Thursday if convenient. If Suter is not at home ...

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Trieste I 21 Apr 2018, 00:12 by John Simpson

Search by initial letter: Introduction -  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y ... authors and works indexed under the letter I Ibsen, Henrik , Baumeister Solness, trans. into German Sigurd Ibsen (Leipzig: Universal Bibliothek, n.d.).   [Link to Sigurd Ibsen transl.,  Leipzig Reclam ed ...

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crossblinds 1 Dec 2015, 10:23 by JJON Editors

The crossblind crux P 4.216: The director stood in the embrasure of the window, his back to the light, leaning an elbow on the brown crossblind, and, as he ... evidence to support it.      The expression has caused problems for translators: Goyert’s first German translation of 1927 vaguely calls them “Fenstervorsatz” ("a device attached to the window"), whereas his ...

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Crossed 29 Feb 2016, 15:36 by John Simpson

Cross words for crossed letters   U 18.740-1:   those long crossed letters Atty Dillon used to write A look at the first translations of Ulysses by Georg Goyert (1927 ... by Georg Goyert (1927) and Auguste Morel (1929), and also at the celebrated second German translation by Hans Wollschläger (1976),   shows that the meaning of this collocation was not clear ...

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fox 31 May 2015, 00:49 by John Simpson

Free fox, free hen-roost   U 15.1692-7: No more patriotism of barspongers and dropsical impostors. Free money, free rent, free love and a free lay church in a ... and French publications, and we might feel inclined to accuse Joyce of anachronism: The German advocates of the "Manchester School" in economics were principally Jews, whose object seemed to be ...

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eyrie 30 Aug 2013, 02:10 by John Simpson

Observing from his quaint-perched aerie   Joyce’s early poem Et Tu, Healy, written at the age of nine after the death of Parnell in October 1891, survives only in ... credit for first spotting this correspondence, over fifty years ago, should go to the German author and translator Arno Schmidt in his essay Das Geheimnis von Finnegans Wake (1960). 4 ...

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eatondhp 28 Nov 2013, 13:40 by JJON Editors

Eatondph and douradora   U 16.1255-61 : The mourners included: Patk. Dignam (son), Bernard Corrigan (brother-in-law), Jno. Henry Menton, solr, Martin Cunningham, John Power, .)eatondph 1/8 ador ... the letter-by-letter composing machines which preceded them. They were invented by the German-born Ottmar Mergenthaler in the United States in the mid 1880s. By the 1890s they ...

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Devil and the woman 29 Nov 2013, 12:42 by JJON Editors

Death of a sinner U 6.851-2: Devil in that picture of sinner's death showing him a woman. Dying to embrace her in his shirt. So far no ... century print from an Upper Bavarian farmhouse was available throughout Europe, as the French, German, Spanish, English and Italian captions show: Collection of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation There are ...

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Kane 30 Aug 2013, 02:12 by John Simpson

James Joyce and Matthew Kane U 17.1253: Matthew F. Kane (accidental drowning, Dublin Bay). My father, Francis Joseph Kane, was born into a Catholic family in Dublin in 1895 ... eventful war, being wounded in battle twice, gassed, buried alive, reported dead, captured by German forces, and sent to a POW camp near Dusseldorf, where he was held prisoner until ...

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