May 9, 2012 @ 11:51:00 pm
Sara Nelson, former editor in chief of Publishers Weekly and currently on staff at O Magazine, has been hired by Amazon to help “expand content” on the website.
The Irish National Library has digitized rare James Joyce manuscripts and put them online for the first time. The papers, which were closely guarded by Joyce’s grandson, James, entered the public domain last January, and consist of three main parts: The Circe episode of Ulysses, drafts of Finnegans Wake from 1923, and a collection known as the “Joyce Papers,” which span 1903 to 1928. The Irish Times has already provided footnotes: “A reader may well be relieved to learn that the Finnegans Wake documents can be safely ignored, or at least left for much later attention; they are mostly page proofs with some pretty modest corrections... It is in the other
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