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The Letters of Sylvia Beach. Edited by Keri Walsh with a Foreword by Noel Riley Fitch.
by [Paris int he 1920s] Beach, Sylvia.

Publisher Information:
Columbia University Press, New York: 2010.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. In this volume of correspondence, Sylvia Beach reveals not only her charm as a human being but also her resourcesfulness as a booksellers, publisher and promoter of modernism. These letters document her negotiations to get Ulysses published and combat its piracy, to keep Shakespeare and Company afloat during the Depression and her friendships with all of the major modernist writers and expatriates in Paris. Illustrated with photographs.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 23593

Price: $95.00

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