Tour of the Darkling Plain: The "Finnegans Wake" Letters of Thornton Wilder andAdaline Glasheen.195

The "Finnegans Wake" Letters of Thornton Wilder andAdaline Glasheen.195

Edward M. Burns

Tour of the Darkling Plain: The

Edward M. Burns

Distributed for University College Dublin Press

750 pages
Cloth $100.00 ISBN: 9781900621540 Published January 2019 For sale in North America only
Letters written between 1950 and 1975 by Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen discussing their reading of Finnegan’s Wake.
Contents
List of illustrations Acknowledgements Introduction by Adaline Glashcen Editor’s Introduction Editorial Statement Abbreviations The Finnegans Wake Letters of Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen, 1950-1975 APPENDICES I Of the Four Old Men in Finnegans Wake Thornton Wilder II Memorandum - re Frank Budgen’s "Joyce’s Chapters of Going Forth By Day" Thornton Wilder III "Finnegans Wake - The Polyglot Everyman" [Draft A] Thornton Wilder IV "Finnegans Wake - The Polyglot Everyman" [Draft B] Thornton Wilder V Letters to Dounia Bunis Christiani, Scarsdale, New York Thornton Wilder VI A Puzzle Thornton Wilder VII Twins Thornton Wilder VIII "The Strange Cold Fowl in Finnegans Wake" Adaline Glasheen IX Helen Joyce 1962 Adaline Glasheen X Helen Joyce 1963 Adaline Glasheen XI Another Painful Case Adaline Glasheen XII City Adaline Glasheen XIII Historical and Literary Figures in Joyce’s Work Adaline Glasheen XIV George Reavey to Thornton Wilder BIBLIOGRAPHIES General Bibliography Bibliography of the Printed Works of Thornton Wilder on James Joyce Bibliography of the Unpublished Works of Thornton Wilder on James Joyce Bibliography of the Printed Works of Adaline Glasheen on James Joyce Bibliography of the Unpublished Works of Adaline Glasheen on James Joyce INDICES Index of names Index to Page/Line References to Finnegans Wake
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