FINNEGANS WAKE

List of Sources

Details of notebook locations

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

List of Sourced Indexes

The following list of the original sources for the “notons” (the words or phrases) with which James Joyce built up the text of Finnegans Wake draft by draft is necessarily incomplete. Wherever possible we have indicated the name of the first scholar (or group of scholars) to discover the source and the publication where the details (original text and notebook variants) were first listed.

N01 (VI.B.10) Polyphemous: late October 1922-early 1923

Daily Mail (London: 23 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 001(h-i), (k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):001(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 092(h)-(k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 15 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 031(j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):031(j)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 17 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 033(g)-(k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):033(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 111(f)-(i)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 18 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 034(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):034(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 112(a)-(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 21 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 038(g)-039(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):038(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 115(e)-(j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 23 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 045(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):045(a)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 25 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 048(g)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):048(g)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 29 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 052(g)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):052(g)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 30 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 054(h)-(i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):054(h)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 1 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 055(e)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):055(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 126(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 6 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 060(h), 61(a), (f)-(g)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):060(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 130(b)-(c), 131(b)-(c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 16 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 061(j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):061(j)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 8 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 061(k), 62(a), (c-d), 069(g)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):061(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 131(e), (g), 136(f)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Finnegans Wake: Teems of Times” in European Joyce Studies, 4: 165-294.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 7 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 062(b), 66(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):062(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 131(f), 134(j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 14 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 068(j)-069(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):068(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 136(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 21 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 076(k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):076(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 140(f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 15 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 076(m)-077(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):076(m)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 140(g)-(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 28 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 083(b)-(j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):083(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 145(h)-(n)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 2 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 088(h), 089(a)-(c), (e)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):088(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 149(k), 150(a)-(c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 3 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 091(g), 093(j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):091(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 152(g)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 5 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 093(k)-(l)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):093(k)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 10 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 100(a), 103(n)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):100(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 156(j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 11 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 100(g)-(h)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):100(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 156(n)-157(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 12 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 102(c)-(d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):102(c)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 13 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 103(b), (d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):103(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 158(g)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 16 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 104(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):104(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 159(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 20 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 111(h)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):111(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 163(l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 22 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 112(d)-(f)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):112(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 164(e), (d), (f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 25 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 113(k)-(l)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):113(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 165(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 27 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 115(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):115(b)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 31 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 117(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):117(a)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 7 October 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 20 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 1(m-q)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):001(m)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 92(l-n)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 9 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 2(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):002(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 93(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 21 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 2(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):002(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 93(c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 27 October 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 28 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 17(h)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):017(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 102(j)
  • Identified by: Skaar
Irish Times (Dublin: 31 October 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 30 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 11(b-f), *17(f)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):011(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 98(h)-99(a), 102(i)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane, *Skaar
Irish Times (Dublin: 20 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 13(b), 35(b), 42(c)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):013(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 118(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, “A Nice Beginning”, in Finnegans Wake: Fifty Years, edited by Geert Lernout (Rodopi: Amsterdam/Atlanta, 1990), pages 165-173.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose, John O'Hanlon and Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 1 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 13(c-e)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):013(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 99(i-j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 22 October 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 6 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 25(b-e), (h-i), 28(g), 56(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):025(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 108(f-h), 127(e))
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 7 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 25(f-g), (j), 28(a-e)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):025(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 108(i-k), 109(a-c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 11 November 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 10 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 31(b), 36(i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):031(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 109(l), 113(k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 8 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 31(e-i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):031(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 110(b-f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 17 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 34(c)-35(e)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):034(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 112(f-j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 16 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 35(h)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):035(h)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 13 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 35(i-k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):035(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 113(c-d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 21 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 40(g), 75(k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):040(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 117(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Telegraph (London: 17 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 42(c)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):042(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 117(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 18 November 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 14 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 44(d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):044(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 119(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 23 November 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 21 November 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 2 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 49(e), (h)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):049(e)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 27 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 56(c)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):056(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 127(f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 15 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 56(f-i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):056(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 127(g-k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 30 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 58(a-c), (e-f)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):058(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 128(g-h), 129(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 6 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 61(h), 65(j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):061(h)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 12 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 65(f), 70(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):065(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 134(e), 136(i)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 7 December 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 9 December 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 11 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 69(i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):069(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 136(g)
  • Publication:
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Finnegans Wake: Teems of Times” in European Joyce Studies, 4: 165-294.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 18 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 74(e), 75(l)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):074(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 139(l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 23 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 76(j), 82(a-c)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):076(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 149(e), 144(j-k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 15 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 76(l)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):076(l)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 19 December 1922).
Irish Times (Dublin: 27 January 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 19 January 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 30 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 89(i-k), 90(a-f)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):089(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 150 (h-j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 3 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 94(a-j), (l),
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):094(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 152(h-l), 153(a-b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 6 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 97(k)-98(f)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):097(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 154(k)-155(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 15 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 100(d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):100(d)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
Irish Times (Dublin: 8 January 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 12 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 102(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):102(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 157(n)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 9 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 102(g-i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):102(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 157(n)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 10 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 103(i-k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):103(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 158(j-l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 11 January 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 16 January 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 22 January 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 23 January 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 20 January 1923).
The Leader (London: 4 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 16(e-k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):016(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 101(j)-102(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (London: 28 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 19(d-j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):019(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 104(c-f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (London: 11 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 29(a-p), 30 (a-o)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):029(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 109(d-i)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (London: 16 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 75(n-p), 76(a-d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):079(n)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 139(n)-140(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Sketch (London: 7 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 63(a-c)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):063(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 132(c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Sketch (London: 9 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 65(a-c), (e-f)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):065(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5134(b-e)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane,
Daily Sketch (London: 13 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 69(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):069(b)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Publication:
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Finnegans Wake: Teems of Times” in European Joyce Studies, 4: 165-294.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Sketch (London: 14 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 71(a-k), 72(a-g), (i-l)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):071(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 137(e-m), 138(a-b)
  • Publication:
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Finnegans Wake: Teems of Times” in European Joyce Studies, 4: 165-294.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Sketch (London: 15 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 73(h), 74(a, c)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):073(h)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Publication:
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Finnegans Wake: Teems of Times” in European Joyce Studies, 4: 165-294.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Sketch (London: 16 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 74(d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):074(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 138(m)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Sketch (London: 21 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 78(c-j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):078(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5141(g-j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Sketch (London: 23 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 84(b-d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):084(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 146(e-g)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Sunday Express (London: 29 October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 21(i-k), 22(a-i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):021(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 106(c-h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Sunday Express (London: 17 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 74(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):074(b)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Publication:
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Finnegans Wake: Teems of Times” in European Joyce Studies, 4: 165-294.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 13 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 84(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):084(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 146(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 2 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 92(j)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):092(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 152(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 9 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 101(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):101(a)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 30 December 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 102(k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):102(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 158(c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 29 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 105(d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):105(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 159(k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 13 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 106(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):106(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 160(f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 4 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 108(c)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):108(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 161(j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 5 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 108(d)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):108(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 161(k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Evening Standard (London: 27 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 116(i-k)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):116(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 166(i)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
L'Illustration (London: 4 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 41(i)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):041(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 117(j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
L'Illustration (London: 11 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 42(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):042(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 117(k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
L'Illustration (London: 25 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 42(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):042(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 117(l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Illustrated Sunday Herald (London: 26 November 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 48(h)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):048(h)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Legge, Arthur E.J. “Mental Healing”, Quarterly Review (London: October 1922), pages 252-264.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 4(b-f)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):004(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 95(a-e)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Greek Gifts: ‘Ulysses’ into Fox in VI.B.10”, Joyce Studies Annual 1994, pages 163-175.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • Note: a discussion of various books on psychology, including titles by Émile Coué and Ernest Jones.
Gordon, Douglas. “Reynard the Fox”, Quarterly Review (London: October 1922), pages 265-278.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 5(b-o), 6(a-n)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):005(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 95(f-j), 96 (a-g)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Greek Gifts: ‘Ulysses’ into Fox in VI.B.10”, Joyce Studies Annual 1994, pages 163-175.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Monahan, Michael. Nova Hibernia; Irish Poets and Dramatists of Today and Yesterday (New York: Mitchel Kennerley, 1914).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 10d; 12h; 13a,g; 14b
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):010(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5
  • Identified by: Ronan Crowley
Saintsbury, George. “Dullness” in The Criterion, I.1 (London: Oct 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 12(d-e)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):012(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 99(c-d)
  • Identified by: Andrew Norris
Monahan, Michael. Adventures in Life and Letters (New York: Mitchel Kennerley, 1912).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 15(f-g), 18(b-i), 19(a-c), 20(a-f, k-l), 21(a-f, h)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):015(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 103(d-j), 104(a-b, h-i), 105(c-m), 106(b)
  • Identified by: Skaar, Robbert-Jan Henkes
Dickens, Charles. David Copperfield (Edition unknown).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 92(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):092(a)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by:
Moore, T. Sturge. “The Story of Tristram and Isolt in Modern Poetry” in The Criterion, I.1, pp.34-49 (London: October 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.10 14(h-i), 15(a-b), (e), 16(b)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):014(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 100(g-i), 101(b-e)
  • Identified by: Andrew Norris
Mill, John Stuart. England and Ireland [pamphlet] (London: Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, 1868).
Balfour, Arthur James. The Foundations of Belief: being notes introductory to the study of theology (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1895 (3d edition) [Joyce's source was probably some review of this source.]
Bennett, Arnold. Lilian (London: Cassell, 1922).
Lawrence, D.H. Aaron's Rod (London: Martin Secker, 1922).
Townley, Lady Susan “Indiscretions” of Lady Susan Townley (London: Thornton Butterworth, 1922).
Gilbert, Bernard Old England, A God's-Eye View of a Village (London: Collins, 1921)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 93(d-i), 95(b-o), 96(a-c, j-l)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):093(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 152(d-f), 153(d-l), 169(k-l), 153(m), 154(a-b)
  • Publication: Mikio Fuse, Robbert-Jan Henkes, Katrin Van Herbruggen, and Geert Lernout, “Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.10Genetic Joyce Studies 2011.
  • Identified by Robbert-Jan Henkes
  • Note. Gilbert's village book, which Henkes suggests the author presented to Joyce in January 1923, is the first instalment of a projected series of no less than twelve full-length books (never completed) describing a single moment in time in an imaginary village in an imaginary county in the north of England (though one can assume it to be Gilbert's native Lincolnshire), possibly written as a reaction against and an intellectual replacement for the urban Ulysses. Henkes suggests Joyce was wryly inspired by Gilbert's concept and may well have formed certain ideas about a new novel in response to it.
Gilbert, Bernard King Lear at Hordle and Other Rural Plays (London: Collins, London 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 93(h), 119(f-n), 120(a)
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):093(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 168(f)-169(a)
  • Publication: Mikio Fuse, Robbert-Jan Henkes, Katrin Van Herbruggen, and Geert Lernout, “Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.10Genetic Joyce Studies 2011.
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
  • Note. Henkes suggests Joyce was inspired by Gilbert's book and may well have formed certain ideas about a new novel (later to become Finnegans Wake) in response to it.
Mansfield, Katherine The Garden Party (London: Constable, 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 110g-i
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):110(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
Mansfield, Katherine Bliss and Other Stories (London: Constable, 1920).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.10 114c-e
  • Sample use: N1 (VI.B.10):114(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse

N02 (VI.X.1) 1923

N03 (VI.B.3) Trist: March-July 1923

Flood, J.M. Ireland: Its Saints and Scholars (Dublin: Talbot Press; London: T. Fisher Unwin, n.d but prob. 1917) X
  • Source online: here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: borrowed March 3, 1923.
  • Original index: VI.B.3 3(b)-12(d). 19(c-e), 20(a)-27(h), [42b:43c:44a:45b], 89(c-f), 91(b)-96(h)
  • Sample use: N3 (VI.B.3):003(b)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane. “The wellspring of the saints: J.M. Flood in B.3,” A Finnegans Wake Circular 7, 1-27 (1991-92);
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Corkery, Daniel The Hounds of Banba (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1920)
Schuré, Edouard. Woman: the Inspirer, trans. by Fred Rothwell (London: The Power-Book Co., 1918).
  • Original index: VI.B.3 66(a)-77(c, e), 78(b-g), 79(a)
  • Sample use: N3 (VI.B.3):066(a)
  • Publication: Geert Lernout, “Woman the Inspirer - Wagner in VI.B.3,” A Finnegans Wake Circular, vol. 6, pp. 1-12 (1990-1991).
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout
  • Note. Joyce draws notes mainly but not exclusively from the Mathilde-Wesendonck-related first third of the book. The other chapters are on Cosima Wagner and the non-Wagnerian Margherita Albana Mignaty.]
Henry, O. The Four Million (New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1906; London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.3 102(a-b, f-h), 105(b)-106(b), 106(f-g,j)-107(c), 107(e)-108(a), 108(j, m), 109(a-b, e, f-i. k), 110(a-b, d-h, i), 111(a, e-g), 112(a, f-h), 113(a-f, h), 114(a, e, g), 115(a-c, e), 116(d, e, g, h), 117(a-d), 118(b-e, g), 120(a-g, i), 121(a, b)
  • Sample use: N3 (VI.B.3):102(g)
  • Publication: A Finnegans Wake Circular
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • Note. A popularist collection of short stories set in the seedy milieu of fin-de-siècle New York.
Mordell, Albert The Erotic Motive in Literature (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1919).
Burton, Richard. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night (New York: Burton Club, 1885-1886).
  • Source online: Burton Club edition here
  • Original index: VI.B.3 127(g-h)
  • Sample use: N3 (VI.B.3):127(g)
  • Publication:Yared, Aida. “In The Name of Annah: Islam and Salam in Joyce's Finnegans Wake, James Joyce Quarterly, vol.35, 2/3, p.426 (Winter/Spring 1998).
  • Identified by: Aida Yared.
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick (Beatrice Stella Cornwallis-West) My Life and Some Letters (London: Hutchinson, 1922).
Bédier, Joseph. Le roman de Tristan et Iseut (Paris: H. Piazza, 1902)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.3 142(e) - 146(d)
  • Sample use: N3 (VI.B.3):142(e)
  • Identified by: Jorn Barger
  • Note. In 1908 This work was translated into English in 1908, with new illustrations by Maurice Lalau, by Florence Simmonds [The Romance of Tristram and Iseult (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1910; London: W. Heinemann, 1910)]. Joyce had a copy of this translation in his Trieste library.
  • Jorn Barger has demonstrated that almost all of the notes from Bédier entered under Exiles 2 in notebook VI.A derive from the first nine chapters of Le roman and that the notes here continue on from the tenth. Both sets of notes, however, seem ultimately to derive from now lost worksheets.
Harris, Frank. Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) X
A.E. (George William Russell). The Interpreters (London, Macmillan and Co., 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.3 152(a, f), 156(b-d)
  • Sample use: N3 (VI.B.3):152(a)
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
Fitzpatrick, Benedict. Ireland and the Making of Britain (New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1922). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.3 19(f), 23(f), 24(c), 25(b,c,e,g,h), 26(d), 27(g), 33(a), 38(d-e), 40(g), 41(f-g), 45(c), 81(h), 84(d), 88(b), 90(b), 92(c, f), 94(c, e), 96(c), 102(c-e), 157(a, c-j), 158(e-q), 160(j, q-u), 164(a-b), 168(j) (reverse order).
  • Sample use: N3 (VI.B.3):019(f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: reference in notebook at N3 (VI.B.3):155(e) and sourced index at N5 (VI.B.2):102.
  • Joyce entered notes in the notebook backwards, from page 168 through to 19, using available blank space.

SA (VI.A) Scribbledehobble: Summer 1923

Burton, Richard. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with Introduction, Explanatory Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men, and a Terminal Essay upon the History of the Nights, Supplemental Nights with notes anthropological and explanatory: in 17 volumes (The Burton Club, Denver Colorado: 1919).
  • Source online: Burton Club edition here; also [vol. ii] here; also, [vol. x] here
  • Original index: SA.0021(b-ac), (az-bk), (bn); 31(b); 401(g-i); 511(bza-ch); 571(n, s-v); 621(g); 681(bg); 742(y, ao, aq); 981(m); 982(af-ay).
  • Sample use: SA (VI.A):0021(b)
  • See also in this connection: Yared, Aida. "In The Name of Annah: Islam and Salam in Joyce's Finnegans Wake," James Joyce Quarterly, vol.35, 2/3, p.426 (Winter/Spring 1998) and Yared's “Joyce's Sources: Sir Richard F. Burton's Terminal Essay in Finnegans Wake,” Joyce Studies Annual 2000, 124-166 (Austin, Texas, 2000).
  • Identified by: Aida Yared (after James Atherton).
  • Joyce's notes are drawn from the "Terminal Essay" in Volume Ten and, to a much slighter extent, from Volume Two.
Shaw, George Bernard. “Memories of Oscar Wilde” in volume II of Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: SA.0031
  • Sample use: SA (VI.A):0031(e)
  • Raphael copy: SA.
  • Identified by: Sam Slote
Harris, Frank. Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) X
O'Rahilly, Thomas F. A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: SA.0512
  • Sample use: SA (VI.A):0512(l)
  • Raphael copy: SA.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane

N04 (VI.B.25) Speak Low: July-August 1923

Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 23 June 1923).
Irish Times (Dublin: 28 July 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.25 166n
  • Sample use: N4 (VI.B.25):166(n)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Daily News (London: 3 July 1923).
Quarterly Review (London: July 1923).
Irish Independent (Dublin: 4 August 1923).
Evening Standard (London: 24 July 1923).
Daily Mail (London: 23 July 1923).
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 30 July 1923).
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 10 August 1923).
Evening Standard (Dublin: 10 August 1923).
Evening Standard (Dublin: 27 July 1923).
Daily News (London: 28 July 1923).
The Leader (Dublin: 28 July 1923).
Daily Mail (Dublin: 30 July 1923).
Roberts, T.R. The Proverbs of Wales: a selection of Welsh proverbs with English translations (London: Francis Griffiths, 1909).
  • Source online: 1885 edition only here.
  • Original index: VI.B.25 (missing pages 183a-d)
  • Sample use: N4 (VI.B.25):183(a) missing pages
  • Joyce copy: VI.A 37-38
  • Publication: Vincent Deane and Roland MacHugh, “Robert's Proverbs of Wales” A Finnegans Wake Circular 4, 32-35 (Winter 1988)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane and Roland McHugh
An Old-fashioned Man East Susse Place Names (1920).
Ward Lock & Co. A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Bognor, Chichester, Selsey ... etc. (4th edition: London: Ward, Lock and Co., 1922-23).
  • Original index: VI.B.25 (missing pages 29-31)
  • Sample use: N4 (VI.B.25):029(b)
  • Publication: Peter Timmerman, “The First Guide to Finnegans Wake,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 45-8 (June 1979).
  • Identified by: Peter Timmerman
Moore, Thomas. Moore's Irish Melodies with the celebrated and unsurpassed symphonies and accompaniments of Sir John Stevenson and Sir Henry Bishop (London: Ward, Lock, Bowen & Co., n.d.)
  • Source online: 1882 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.25 158-159, (missing 183e)
  • Sample use: N4 (VI.B.25):158(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose, John O'Hanlon and Vincent Deane. “Moore at the Wake”, A Finnegans Wake Circular 5 (1989-1990), pages 1-40.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.207.
  • See also: sourced indexes at N54 (VI.B.45):122 and N54 (VI.B.45):app.

N05 (VI.B.2) Nativities: late August-late September 1923

The Leader (Dublin: 8 September 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.2 101f-102b
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.2).101(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2
  • Identified by:
The Leader (Dublin: 1 September 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.2 104f-k
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.2).104(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2
  • Identified by:
Daily Mail (London: 1 October 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.2 131(j)
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.2):130(j)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (Dublin: 22 September 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.2 141g-k
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.2).141(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2
  • Identified by:
Morris, William Bullen. The Life of Saint Patrick, Apostle of Ireland: with a preliminary account of the sources of the saint's history (6th edition: London: Burns & Oates, 1908)
Foote, G.W. Bible Romances, 4th edition, issued by Secular Society, London (London: The Pioneer Press, 1922)
Selby, Charles. The Boots at the Swan, an original burletta in one act (London: Thomas Hailes Lacy, Wellington Strand, n.d., ca 1875).
Lloyd, J.T. God-Eating, A Study in Christianity and Cannibalism,
    Maitland, Margaret. Life and Legends of St. Martin of Tours (316-397) (London: Catholic Truth Society, 1908)
  • Original index: VI.B.2 VI.B.2.032(a)-037(f)
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.2):032(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2 31-36
  • Publication: Wim Van Mierlo. “St. Martin of Tours” A Finnegans Wake Circular 7, 29-44 (1991-92)
  • Identified by: Wim Van Mierlo
Fitz-Patrick, William J. The Life of the Very Rev. Thomas N. Burke, 2 volumes. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co, 1885)
Foote, G.W. The Mother of God (London: Pioneer Press, 1918).
Ingersoll, R.G. Some Mistakes of Moses (Washington, D.C.: C.T. Farrell, 1879; London: Pioneer Press, 1921).
Boissonnot, Henri La Cathédrale de Tours: Histoire et description (1909).
Jespersen, Otto. Language: its Nature, Development and Origin (London: Allen & Unwin, Jan 1922). X
Pascal, Dr. Constanza. La démence précoce [Étude psychologique, médicale et médico-légale] (Paris: F. Alcan, 1911).
  • Original index: VI.B.2 75(a-j); 76(a-e); 78 (m-n); 132h-k. 134b-f,h-l, 166j, 167a-e,g, 168b-c,f-h,j, 169a-g,j, 170f
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.2):075(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes, “2 more weeks in the life of James Joyce as gleaned from his 1923 Notebook VI.B.2 Nativities”, Genetic Joyce Studies 2014.
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
  • Note: This detailed clinical study of dementia seems to have given Joyce the idea for the particular structural linguistic deformations associated with his portrait of the four old men and also for their gender confusion.
FitzPatrick, Benedict Ireland and the Making of Britain (New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls Co. 1921 [third or fourth edition]).
Pic, Adrien. Vieillesse et Sénilité (Article in 1911 issue of Lyon Médical).
Pic, Adrien. Précis des maladies des vieillards (Paris: Octave Doin & Fils, 1912).
Vico, Giambattista. Principj di Una Scienza Nuova alla commune natura delle nazioni di Giambattista Vico, ed. Giuseppi Ferrari. (Milan: Società tipographica de' classici italiani, 1836)
Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Cato Maior de Senectute (a dialogue on old age), edited by E.S. Shuckburgh (London: Macmillan & Co., 1902)
Somerville, E., and M. Ross. All on the Irish Shore: Irish Sketches (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1903)
Ogden, C.K., and I.A. Richards. The Meaning of Meaning: a study of the influence of language upon thought and of the science of symbolism, with an introduction by J.P. Postgate (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, March 1923).
Foote, G.W. and J.M. Wheeler , eds. The Jewish Life of Christ, being the Sepher Toldoth Jeshu, or Book of the Generation of Jesus (London: Progressive Publishing Company, 1885).
  • Source online: the text is available here.
  • Original index: VI.B.2 161(i)-163(e)
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.3):161(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2 109(f)-110(k)
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
Graves, Alfred Perceval The Preternatural in Early Irish Poetry, in the Dublin Review Vol. CLI, pp. 118-40 (London: Tablet Pub. Co., 1912).
  • Original index: VI.B.2 172(i-k); 174(a-n); 175(a-l); 176(a-d, j)
  • Sample use: N5 (VI.B.2):172(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2 116(b, e-l); 117(a-m); 119(b-f, j).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and, independently, by Danis Rose
  • Note: The order of pages differs in the original index and its transcription.
Graves, Alfred Perceval. Irish Literary and Musical Studies, (London: Elkin Mathews, 1913)

N06 (VI.B.11) Assistance: late September-late November 1923

Daily Mail (London: 1 October 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.11 003(i)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):003(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 77(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connaught Tribune (Galway: 20 October 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.11 48(a-b, d-h), 49(a-f)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):048(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 118(i-j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 21 November 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.11 48(a-b, d-h), 49(a-f) Raphael copy: none
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):146(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connaught Tribune (Galway: 24 November 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.11 166(a, c-e), 167(a-f), 168(k-l)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):166(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 206(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Carrigan, William. History and Antiquities of the Diocese of Ossory (Dublin; Sealy, Byers & Walker; 1905), in 4 Volumes.
  • Original index: VI.B.11 007(n)-008(h)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):007(n)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 81(c-i)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Robbert-Jan Henkes
Donehoo, James DeQuincey. The Apocryphal and Legendary Life of Christ (New York & London: Macmillan, 1903)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.11 25(d-t)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):025(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 97(a)-98(c)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
Graves, Alfred Perceval. Irish Literary and Musical Studies (London: Elkin Mathews, 1913)
Yeats, W. B. A Book of Irish Verse (London: Methuen & Co., 1900)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.11 37(a)-38(d)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):037(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 107(b)-108(d)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Queyrat, Frédéric. Les Jeux des Enfants: étude sur l'imagination créatrice chez l'enfant (Paris: Librairie Félix Alcan, 1920)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.11 38(g-l), 39(c-m, p), 40(a)-41(b), 42(e)-42(e), 51(b)-55(k)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):038(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 108(e-j), 109(b-l), 110(a)-111(f), 112(l)-114(c), 120(d)-126(g)
  • Identified by: ??
La Revue Philantropique Tome XXXVIII, no. 237 (Paris: Masson et Cie, eds., 15 Mai 1917)
  • Original index: VI.B.11 067(a-p), 068(b-f), 069(a-f))
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):067(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 137(g)-138(h), 139(b-e), 139(h)-140(d)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Robbert-Jan Henkes
Renan, Ernest. Souvenirs d'enfance et de jeunesse (Paris: Calman Lévy, 1883)
Anonymous. Analysis of the Church Catechism, prepared expressly for the Oxford and Cambridge local examinations (London: T.J. Allman, 1879).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.11 150(d)-151(p) | 155(a)-157(q)
  • Sample use: N6 (VI.B.11):150(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 193(i)-195(i) | 197(g)--200(e)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu

N07 (VI.X.2) 1923

N08 (VI.B.6) Big Things: late December 1923-March 1924

Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 29 December 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.3(l), 004(f), (h); 032-033(a)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):003(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 1 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.33(c)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):033(c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 3 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6,36(f)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):036(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.203(n)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 2 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.37(d, f), 43(b-h)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):037(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.204(d), 209(a-g)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 13 February 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.38c-39i
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):038(c)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 2 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.43(a), (c-h)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):043(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 4 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.43(k-l)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):043(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.209(i)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 3 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.46(i-k)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):046(i)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 4 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.51(b)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):051(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.213(g)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 8 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.58(h-i), 59(g)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):058(h)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 9 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.061(a-d), 83(j-k)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):061(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 10 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.61(g)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):061(g)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 10 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.065(a-e); 109(b)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):065(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (Dublin: 12 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 080(a-d)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):080(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 12 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.81(b-c);
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):081(b)
  • Raphael copy: C.2.235(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 14 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 81(l)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):081(l)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 16 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.089(a-c)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):089(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.241(o)-242(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 22 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.089(l)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):089(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 23 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.103(a)-104(d), 106(b)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):103(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.253(f- ),
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 23 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 106(f)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):103(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2. 256(d)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 24 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.104(f)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):104(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 28 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 105(j), 106(a)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):105(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.241(o)-2421(b) ??VI.C.2.255(i, l)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 25 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.109(c-d)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):109(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 25 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.114(g-h)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):114(g)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 31 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 120(b-e)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):120(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.264(f)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 1 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 120(f, h)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):120(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.264(g, h)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 1 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.120(h), 121(a)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):120(h)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 8 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.121(b),137(l)-138(a)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):121(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 2 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.130(i)-132(i)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):130(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.275(j)-277(g)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 4 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 134(i)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):134(i)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 7 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 137(d)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):137(d)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 7 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 137(e-g)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):137(e)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 8 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 137(i)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):137(i)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Connaught Tribune (Galway: 9 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 142(j)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):142(j)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 11 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.163(a-b), 165(f)-167(g)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):163(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 25 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.168(a-b)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):168(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.28(g-h)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt and Vincent Deane
Sullivan, Sir Edward. The Book of Kells (2nd edition: London: “The Studio” Ltd., 1920). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.6.35(b) [title], 56(a)-57(n), 58(a-f), 61(k, m), 62(a)-63(f)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):035(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.203(h), 216(i)-218(i), 220(j), 221(b-k).
  • Publication: Danis Rose, “Kells - Dublin - Rome - Trieste - Zurich - Paris” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 2, 1-13 (Autumn 1986)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
O'Neill, Eugene. The Hairy Ape, Anna Christie, The First Man (New York: Boni and Liverright, 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.6.35(d-n)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):035(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.203(j-l)
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
  • Note. This ‘existential’ play, said to have been written by the American O’Neill in less than three weeks in December 1921, was produced on 9 March 1922 (to general perplexity) and published on 24 July 1922 by Boni and Liveright.
Crépieux-Jamin, J. Les éléments de l'écriture des canailles (Paris: Flammarion 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.37(i), 40(b, d, h-k), 41(b, c), 44(c-g, k-m), 47(o)-50(c), 52(d)-54(b), 54(l)-55(h)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):037(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.206(m), 207(b-i), 210(a-d, h-k), 210(h-k), 211(l)-213(c), 214(g)-251(l)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Guignebert, Charles. “Concerning the devil” The Criterion, vol. II, no. V (London: October 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 64(a-f)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):064(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.221(m)-222(g)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
  • Note: this issue of the magazine requested in letter of 13 December 1923.
Jespersen, Otto. The Growth and Structure of the English Language (4th edition: Oxford: Basil Blackwood, July 1923). X
  • Source online: 1912 2nd edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.6.064(i-k), 65(f)-78(c), 79(c-h), 88(c-g), 90(d)-92(b), 93(c-k), 99(g-m)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):064(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.222(h, j), 233(i), 234(d-e), 241(a-e), 243(a-m), 245(a)-246(l), 250(g)-251(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane, Erika Rosiers
von Hofmannsthal, Hugo. “Greece” The Criterion, vol. II, no. V (London: October 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 87(k-l)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):087(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.240(g-h)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Lamy, Thomas Josephus. Commentarium in librum geneseos (Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1884).
  • Source online: 1912 2nd edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.6. 108(a), 109(m)-113(g) 110
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):108(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.257(h), 259(c)-261(f)
  • Publication: Ingeborg Landuyt, “Tales Told of Shem: some elements at the inception of FW I.7” in European Joyce Studies, 9: 115-134.
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Woolf, Virginia. “Modern Novels” Times Literary Supplement, no. 899 (London: 10 April 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 116(d-e)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):116(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.262(k)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
‘Aramis’. “The Scandal of Ulysses” The Sporting Times, no. 34 (London: 1 April 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 116(f)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):116(f)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Murry, J. Middleton. “mr. joyce's ‘ulysses.’” The Nation & The Athenaem, vol. 31 (London: 22 April 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 116(g-h), 117(g)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):116(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.262(l)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Boyd, Ernest. “The Expressionism of James Joyce” New York Tribune (New York: 28 May 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 117(c)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):117(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.263(c)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Douglas, James. “Beauty — and the Beast” The Sunday Express (London: 28 May 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 117(e, h)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):117(e)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Bennett, Arnold. “James Joyce's Ulysses” The Outlook (London: 29 April 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 117(i)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):117(i)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Wilson, Edmund. “Ulysses” The New Republic, vol. xxxi, no. 396 (New York: 5 July 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 118(d-e)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):118(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.263(h-i)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Gwynn, Stephen. “Modern Irish Literature” Manchester Guardian (Manchester: 15 March 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 118(h)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):118(h)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane, Ingeborg Landuyt
Maitland, Cecil. “Mr. Joyce and the Catholic Tradition” The New Witness, vol. xx (London: 4 August 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 118(j)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):118(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.2.263(k)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Colum, Mary M. “The Confessions of James Joyce” Freeman, vol. v, no. 123 (Dublin: 19 July 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 118(l)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):118(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.263(l)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Leslie, Shane (Domini Canis). “Some Recent Books. Ulysses” Dublin Review, vol. clxxi (Dublin: September 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.6 119(a-b)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):119(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.264(a)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Collins, Joseph. The Doctor Looks at Literature: Psychological Studies of Life & Letters (New York: George H. Doran Company, 1923). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.6 119(d-i)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):119(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.264(b-d)
  • Publication: David Hayman'. “Dr. Collins looks at J.J.: the Invention of a Shaun”, Joyce and Popular Culture, edited by R. Brandon Kershner (Gainesville: U.P. of Florida, 1996).
  • Identified by: David Hayman
  • A sister index can be found at N13 (VI.D.3):145.
“Coemgen”, “Rosary”, “Albigenses” Catholic Encyclopaedia (London: Caxton Publishing Co., 1911).
  • Original index: VI.B.6.124(h)-126(p)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):124(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.267(i)-272(l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane and Ingeborg Landuyt
Lawless, Emily. Ireland, Story of the Nations series (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1900).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.6 159(h)-162(k), 169(e)-177(a)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):159(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.20(o)-24(b),29(l)-37(g)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Gwynn, Stephen. The History of Ireland (London: Macmillan, 1923). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.6.177(c)-185(g)
  • Sample use: N8 (VI.B.6):177(c)
  • Raphael copy: C3.38(a)-48(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • Note: The now-detached pages f01-f02 (comprising a single sheet of paper, catalogued as Buffal0 MS VI.B.49c, recto and verso (respectively), and reproduced in vol. 40 of the James Joyce Archive, pp. 328-9) properly belong here

N09 (VI.B.1) Gem Thief: late February-April 1924

Connacht Tribune (Galway: 16 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.1(g)-3(e)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):001(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.51(h)-52(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 16 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.4(a)-9(i)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):004(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.53(c)-59(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Biddeford Daily Journal (Biddeford, Maine: 9 February 1924).
Irish Times (Dublin: 30 January 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.10(c)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):010(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.
  • Identified by:
Irish Times (Dublin: 18 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.10(f)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):010(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 21 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.20(h)-21 26-27
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):020(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.66(d),...72(i)-
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (Dublin: 23 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.27(g)-(h)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):027(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.72(j)-(k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 25 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.48(c)-49(f)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):048(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.91(d)-92(f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 26 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.49(g)-(h)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):049(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.92(g)-(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 27 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.58(a)-60(a)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):058(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.97(j)-98(l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 28 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.67(h)-68(b)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):067(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3. -103(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 29 February 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.78(g)-78(i)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):078(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.109(d)-109(e)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 1 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.86(h)-87(d)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):086(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.116(g)-117(c)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 3 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.93(e)-
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):093(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.120(c)-
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 5 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.100(a)-100(f)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):100(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.125(c)-125(e)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (Dublin: 8 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.108(c)-d
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):108(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.131(g)-
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connaught Tribune (Galway: 8 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.111(i)-114(b)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):111(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.134(f)-136(e)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 8 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.118(c)-118(h)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):118(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.138(k)-139(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 10 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.121(c)-(i)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):121(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.140(n)-(q)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 13 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.142(g)-143(a)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):142(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.152(g)-(l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Leader (Dublin: 15 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.143(g)-144(i)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):143(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.153(f)-(l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 14 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.144(h)-145(g)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):144(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.153(m)-154(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connaught Tribune (Galway: 15 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.146(a)-147(e)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):146(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.154(c)-155(d)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Haldane, J.B.S. Daedalus or Science and the Future (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubmer, November 1923).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.1 13(f)-18(f)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):013(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 3.60-64
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout and Robbert-Jan Henkes
Metchnikoff, Léon. La civilisation et les grands fleuves historiques (Paris: Hachette, 1889). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.1 27-35, 37, 48, 51-52, 64-65, 69-69, 75-76, 78-80, 84;
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):027(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3 73-80, 82, 91, 93-94, 102-104, 106-107, 109-111, 114-115
  • Publication: Inge Landuyt and Geert Lernout, “Joyce's Sources: ‘Les grands fleuves historiques’”, Joyce Studies Annual 1995, pages 99-138.
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Le Fanu, J. Sheridan The House by the Churchyard (London: Macmillan, 1899).
Caufeynon, Docteur. Les Monstres Humains: histoire — superstitions — croyances populaires — formations — anomalies — phénomènes (Paris: Librairie de la nouvelle France, 1900).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.1 69(g)-72(i)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):069(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.104(d)-105(e)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
GIBBON, Edward Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (edition unknown).
  • Original index: VI.B.1.99(d)-99(e),101(c)-102(g), 118(h)-120(i)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):098(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.123(i), 125(o)-127(c), 139(c)-140(f)
  • Identified by: R. J. Schork
“VICO” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“ROMAN LAW” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
The Catholic Encyclopedia (London: Caxton Publishing Company, 1911).
  • Original index: VI.B.1 128(m)-129(k)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):128(m)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.145(l)-146(h)
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane
Crawford, Daniel Back to the Long Grass: My Link with Livingstone (London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1923; New York: George H. Doran Company, 1923).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.1.147(f)-149(g), 151(d-f), (h-j), 152(a)-157)c), 162 (e-l), 164(a-b), (e)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):147(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
“RIVER BRETREN”, “RIVER ENGINEERING” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.1 178(e)-179(g), 180(k)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):178(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.176
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane
“GEOGRAPHY” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.1 179(k)-180(f)
  • Sample use: N9 (VI.B.1):179(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.176
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane

N10 (VI.B.16) Honestly: April-May 1924

The Irish Times (Dublin: 24 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.001(b)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):001(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6.142(m)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Connacht Tribune (Galway: 29 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 13(a-g), 14(a-e)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):013(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.01.1(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 26 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 15(c-d)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):015(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 2(c-d),
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Times (Dublin: 29 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.16a,17f-m,18a,b
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):016(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Times (Dublin: 1 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.18(e-f)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):018(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 4(f-h)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
The Irish Times (Dublin: 31 March 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.19f)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):019(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 1 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 20(e)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):020(e)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Times (Dublin: 12 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.35(i)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):035(i)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 11 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 37(g), 38a,b,h, 39(b-g), 99(a)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):037(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1. 16(a), 17(1-b), 45(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Times (Dublin: 11 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.38(c)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):038(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 16(c)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 12 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 39(a)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):039(a)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 11 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 39b,c
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):039(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connacht Tribune (Galway: 12 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 39(h-l), 40-44(a)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):039(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 17(c)-19(k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 16 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 50(e-i), 51c,d, 52(k)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):050(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.23(a-b), 23(e), 24(b)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 14 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 53(d, g-h)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):053(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.24(f, j-i)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 15 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 54(i)-55(b)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):054(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.25(d-e)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connacht Tribune (Galway: 19 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 59(c-l)-60(a), 60(d-e, g-h)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):059(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 27(i-p), 28(d-e, g-h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Sunday Independent (Dublin: 20 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 68(h)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):068(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.33(a)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 21 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 72fg,73a
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):072(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 18 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 73c,74a
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):073(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 23 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 79(f-g, k, l), 80a
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):079(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1. 38(b-c, g-h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connacht Tribune (Galway: 26 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 81(e-i) 84(f-k), 85(a-l)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):081(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 39(c-d), 39(h)-40(h)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 26 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 85(e), 87(c-g)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):085(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.49(h), 41(d-f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 26 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 86i
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):086(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 26 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 88(a-b, d)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):088(a)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Times (Dublin: 28 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.95(j)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):095(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 44(e)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 1 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 (99b-f)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):099(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 45(i-l)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 30 April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 109
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):109(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 3 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 125(b-f)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):125(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.59
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 3 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 126(a-g)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):126(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1. 60
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Times (Dublin: 7 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16.131(a-b)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):131(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 7 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 131c-f
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):131(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 7 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 131(h)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):131(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1. 63(j)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Connacht Tribune (Galway: 10 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 141(a-b, d-f)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):141(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1.69(g-k)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 10 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16. 145(c-h)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):145(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1. 72(k- )
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Walsh, A. Scandinavian Relations with Ireland during the Viking Period (Dublin: The Talbot Press, 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.16 3(a-c), 8(b)-19(g), [11(a), 11(c)-12(g), 12(i-k)], 15(e)-16(f)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):003(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 145(d-f), 146(k)-149(a) [out of sequence: 144(a-k), 145(b)]; C.01 2(e)-3(d)
  • Identified by: Luca Crispi and Vincent Deane
Gallois, Eugène La poste et les moyens de communication des peuples & travers les siècles: messageries, chemins de fer, télégraphes, téléphones (Paris: Librairie J.B. Ballière et fils, 1894)
  • Original index: VI.B.16 27(k), 28(c)-34(i), 36(a)-37(f), 44(a)-45(i), 47(b)-49(g), 51(e)-52(i), 53(a, e-f), 54(a-b, g), 55(e)-56(j), 57(a-d), 62(e)-67(c), 67(l), 68(d-g), 69(d)-70(c), 71(f)-72(b), 74(b-d)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):027(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 9(k)-14(a), 14(l)-15(j), 19(l-o), 20(f-h), 20(n)-22(e), 23(f)-24(a), 24(e, g-h, o-p), 25(b, g-p), 26(c-d), 29(k)-32(f), 32(l-n), 33(g)-34(d), 34(k-f), 35(h)
  • Publication: Papers on Joyce 3 (1997): 21-48.
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
de Rothschild, Arthur Histoire de la poste aux lettres et du timbre-poste (Paris: Calman Levy, 1876)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.16 75(f), 76(e), 77(h),
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):075(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 37(e, n)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Duchartre, Pierre Louis. La Comédie italienne; l'improvisation, les canevas, vies caractères, portraits, masques des illustres personnages de la commedia dell'arte (Paris: Librairie de France, 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 89(b-i)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):089(b)
  • Publication: A Finnegans Wake Circular ??
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Key, Pierre V.R., transcriber, John McCormack: his own life story (Boston: Small, Maynard, 1918).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.16 97(g-h), 98(i), 99(g)-101(h), 102(a)-108(i), 112(a, g), 113(e)-114(g), 120(i), 121(e)-123(f), 128(h)-129(i), 130(a-h), 131(j)-132(e)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):097(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.01 45(e-f), 46(a-g, h), 49(c), 51(j), 52(a)-53(g), 57(a)-58(i), 61(k)-62(h), 63(b)-63(d), 63(l)-64(e)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
N. N. “Irish Rivers—No. X: The Tolka”, Dublin University Magazine, No. CCL, Vol. XLII, 391-404 (Dublin, October 1853)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.16 115(h)-120(e)
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):115(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 53(h)-56(g)
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse and Robbert-Jan Henkes.
  • Note. A second sourced index appears in N17 (VI.B.9).
Commelin, P. Nouvelle Mythologie Grecque et Romaine (Paris: Librairie Garnier Frères, 1907).
  • Original index: VI.B.16 136e-138
  • Sample use: N10 (VI.B.16):136(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.1 66j-68e
  • Identified by: Daniel Ferrer
Crawford, Daniel. Thinking Black, 22 years without a break in the long grass of Central Africa. (London: Morgan and Scott LD.; New York, George H. Doran Company, 1912).

N11 (VI.B.5) Owldeed: mid May-late July 1924

The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 17 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 8-9
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):008(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Publication: Brepols
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 21 May 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 23 May 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 24 May 1924).
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 24 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 22-23
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):022(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 24 May 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 24 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 29(b)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):029(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 21 July 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 32(f)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):032(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 21 July 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 10 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 40a 41a-i
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):041(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 20 June 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 5 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 50(d)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):050(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 7 June 1924).
The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 6 June 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 6 June 1924).
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 7 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 52
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):052(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 27 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 54k-55-56, 58c
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):055(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 26 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 56
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):056(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 27 May 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 25 May 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 28 May 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 26 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 63(d)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):063(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 31 May 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 63(j)-(k)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):063(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 9 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 70c-f
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):070(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 16 June 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 17 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 79(a)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):079(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 18 June 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 18 June 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 14 June 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 23 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 83(a-b)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):083(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 23 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 83(c)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):083(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 24 June 1924).
The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 21 June 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 21 June 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 23 June 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 25 June 1924).
Evening Standard (London: 29 January 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 91
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):091(m)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Mail (London: 27 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 94(c)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):094(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 24 June 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 28 June 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 27 June 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 2 July 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 3 July 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 1 July 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 4 July 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 110
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):110(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 4 July 1924).
The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 5 July 1924).
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 7 July 1924).
The Irish Times (Dublin: issue of 15 July 1924).
The Freeman's Journal (Dublin: issue of 14 July 1924).
The Connacht Tribune (Galway: issue of 19 July 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 149-151
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):149(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Publication: Brepols
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Irish Independent (Dublin: issue of 18 July 1924).
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 21 June 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 152
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):152(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 19 July 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 159
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):159(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Crawford, Daniel. Thinking Black, 22 Years without a Break in the Long Grass of Central Africa. (London and New York: Morgan and Scott LD., George H. Doran Company, 1912).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.5 1-3, 5, 6
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):001(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 28-29, 31
  • Publication: Mikio Fuse and Robbert-Jan Henkes, “Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.5”, Genetic Joyce Studies 2008.
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse and Robbert-Jan Henkes.
  • Note: Joyce began to enter elements from this source at N10 (VI.B.16):139-146 before running out of space, continuing to do so here. He had already taken notes from a sequel written by the Scottish missionary (Back to the Long Grass: My Link with Livingstone in N9 (VI.B.1).147-157.
Boulenger, Jacques et André Thérive. Les Soirées du Grammaire-Club. (Paris: Librairie Plon, 1924).
de Chateaubriand, François René. Œuvres choisies illustrées, in 3 volumes. (Paris: 1912).
  • Original index: passim: VI.B.5 26(a-f), 27(b), 28(b-c, i-j), 30(a-d), 64(a-h), 120(d-e), 121(a, g-I, k-l), 122(f-h), 123(c)-127(j), 129(c-i), 130(c-e), 130(h)-131(d), 134(a)-135(b), 136(g)-138(a), 138(f), 139(g)-140(h), 145(b-g), 152(f-g), 153(a-h).
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):026(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Publication: Jacques Aubert, “From History to Memoires: Joyce's Chateaubriand as Celtic Palampcestor”, Joyce Studies Annual 1991, pp. 177-200.
  • See also: Mikio Fuse and Robbert-Jan Henkes, “Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.5”, Genetic Joyce Studies 2008.
  • Identified by: Jacques Aubert, Geert Lernout, Wim van Mierlo, Daniel Ferrer.
Morand, Paul. Fermé la nuit (Paris: Librairie Gallimard, 1923).
Collins, Joseph.
    Taking the Literary Pulse: psychological studies of life and letters (New York: George H. Doran Company, 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 56(k)-59
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):056(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse and Robbert-Jan Henkes
Aragon, Louis. Le libertinage (Paris: N.R.F, 1924).
James, Montague Rhodes [editor] The Apocryphal New Testament (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1924).
Valéry, Paul. Le serpent (Paris: Éditions de la Nouvelle revue française, 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.5 113(a)-(e), 115(c)-(e), 117(g)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):113(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 108-111, 114
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.299
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
Schuré, Édouard. Les Grandes Légendes de France (Paris: Perrin et Cie, 1921 (1892)).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.5 142(g)-144(g) // 146(j-f), 147(a-f, i-j), 151(k), 152(b)
  • Sample use: N11 (VI.B.5):142(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 139-42
  • Publication: Mikio Fuse and Robbert-Jan Henkes, “Emendations to the Transcription of Finnegans Wake Notebook VI.B.5”, Genetic Joyce Studies 2008.
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes.
  • Note: There are four chapters in this source, of which Joyce skipped past the first two, ‘Les légendes de l'Alsace’ and ‘La Grand-Chartreuse et la légende de Saint Bruno’, reading only through the last two, ‘Le Mont Saint-Michel et son histoire’ and ‘Les légendes de la Bretagne et le génie celtique’.

N12 (VI.B.14) Prairies: August-late November 1924

The Leader (Dublin: 2 August 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.14.064(b-l)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):064(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Criterion II, VIII various articles, (London: July 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.14.082(e-g); 84(j), (l), 85(a-e)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):082(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Independent (Dublin: 19 August 1924).
Connacht Tribune (Galway: 16 August 1924).
Irish Times (Dublin: 22 August 1924).
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 30 August 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.14.130(l-n); 131(a-d)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):130(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane.
Irish Times (Dublin: 23 September 1924).
Irish Independent (Dublin: 9 September 1924).
Irish Statesman (Dublin: 4 October 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.14.172(j)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):172(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane.
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 4 October 1924).
Freeman's Journal (Dublin: 7 October 1924).
Irish Times (Dublin: 29 March 1924).
Millon, l'Abbé A. Pauvres Pierres! les megalithes Bretons devant la science (Saint Brieuc: R. Prudhomme; Paris: E. Lechevallier, n.d)
Boulenger, Jacques & Thérive, André. Les Soirées du Grammaire-Club (Paris: Librairie Plon, 1924).
Jullian, Camile. Histoire de la Gaule, Tome II of III: La Gaule Indépendante (Paris, Hachette, 1908).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14.007(d-e)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):007(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15.
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
  • Note: as only two units found this may not be the correct source.
Cook's Traveler's Handbook for Normandy & Brittany (1923).
Schuré, Édouard. Les Grandes Légendes de France , Paris: Perrin et Cie, 1921 (1892)
Pictet, Adolphe. Le mystère des bardes de l'île de Bretagne, ou, La doctrine des bardes gallois du moyen âge sur Dieu, la vie future et la transmigration des âmes. Texte original, trad. et comm. par Adolphe Pictet. (Genève: J. Cherbuliez, 1856)
  • Source online: 1853 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14 17-18
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):017(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 ??
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout
La Villemarqué, Théodore-Claude Hersart, Vicomte de. Myrdhinn, ou l'enchanteur Merlin (Paris: Didier, 1862)
  • Source online: 1853 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14.023(a-b), 28(d-g), 63(a-l), 79(b)-81(g)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):023(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 ??
  • Identified by: Jacques Aubert
Dupont, Étienne. Les légendes du Mont-Saint-Michel, Historiettes et anecdotes sur l'abbaye et les prisons (Paris: Perrin, Nouvelle édition, 1924).
Or: Joseph François Gabriel Hennequin. Esprit de L'Encyclopédie, ou recueil des articles les plus curieux et les plus intéressans de l'encyclopédie, en ce qui concerne l'histoire, la morale, la littérature et la philosophie (1822) [Mikio Fuse]
Or: Diderot Encyclopédie, première édition, tome 5 [Dirk Van Hulle]
Sauvé, L-F. Proverbes et dictons de la Basse-Bretagne (Paris: H. Champion, 1878).
  • Source online: 1853 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14.023(c)-28(c), 60(a)-63(i)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):023(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 5-11, 48, 53-54
  • Publication: Jacques Aubert, “Breton Proverbs in Notebook VI.B.14,” A Wake Newslitter 15, 86-89 (Dec 1978)
  • Identified by: Jacques Aubert
  • See also: reference in notebook at N12 (VI.B.14):011(b)
Sabbathier, M. Dictionnaire pour l'intelligence des auteurs classiques, Grecs et Latins, tant sacrés que profanes, contenant la géographie, l'histoire, la fable et les antiquités , vol. 14 (1773)
Kinane, Very Rev. Dean. St. Patrick: his life, his heroic virtues, his labours, and the fruits of his labours, (edition unknown) X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14.033(l)-053(g)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):033(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 18-42
  • Publication: Roland MacHugh, “Dean Kinane in VI.B.14,” A Finnegans Wake Circular 1, 21-32 (Winter 1985)
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh
  • See also: mentioned in letter 25 July 1924.
Dupont, Étienne. Le Mont Saint-Michel Inconnu, D'après des documents inédits (Paris: Librairie Perrin et Cie., 1912)
Grenier, Albert. Les Gaulois (Paris: Collection Payot, 1923).
Fleming, William Canon. The Life of St Patrick: Apostle of Ireland (London: R. and T. Washbourne, 1905)
  • Original index: VI.B.14 53(f)-55, 57-59, 66-68, 70-71(h)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):053(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 48-50, 57, 64
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane and Roland McHugh
  • See also: mentioned in letter 25 July 1924.
Fleming, William Canon. Boulogne-sur-mer: St Patrick's native town (London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1907). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14.072(a-c); 72(h)-74(g)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):072(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 65
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane and Roland McHugh
  • See also: mentioned in letter 25 July 1924.
Herpin, Eugène. “La Croix du Fief,” in Annales de la société historique et archéologique de l'arrondissement de Saint-Malo (1911)
FitzGerald, Edward. Miscellanies (London: MacMillan and Co, 1900)
James, Montague Rhodes. trans, The Apocryphal New Testament, being the Apocryphal Gospels, Acts, Epistles, and Apocalyses, with Other Narratives and Fragments (Oxford: Claredon Press, 1924)
Sébillot, Paul-Yves. “Traditions et coutumes de Basse Bretagne, X, Le mariage au pays Trégorrois”, article in: Revue des Traditions Populaires, Recueil mensuel de mythologie, littérature orale, ethnographie traditionelle et art populaire, p.348-356 (Paris: 1904)
Sébillot, Paul-Yves. La Bretagne et ses Traditions, les paysans, les pêcheurs, les métiers, le trépas, les mégalithes, les fontaines, les arbres, les fées (Maisonneuve et Larose, 1898).
Revue de Bretagne (1904).
Kindermann, Henny. Lola, or the Thought and Speech of Animals trans. by Agnes Blake (London: Methuen, 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14.102(b)-103(a)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):102(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12.104(k)-105(c)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes, “A Secretful of Sources, or More Books at the Wake”, New Quotatoes: Joycean Exogenesis in the Digital Age, pp. 201-212. Edited by Ronan Crowley and Dirk Van Hulle. (Leiden and Boston: Brill Rodopi, 2016).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
O'Grady, Standish. Selected Essays and Passages (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1918).
Revue des Traditions Populaires (Paris: 1902)
Martin, Abbé Eugène. Saint Colomban (vers 540-615) (Paris: Librairie Victor Lecoffre, 1905).
Baring-Gould, S. Brittany, 3rd ed. (London: Methuen, 1921).
Cadic, François. Nouveaux contes et légendes de Bretagne, avec commentaires explicatifs (Paris: Maison de Peuple Breton, 1922).
  • Original index: VI.B.14.118(g)-121(g)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):118(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12.115-
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
Le Rouzic, Zacharie. The Megalithic Monuments of Carnac and Locmariaquer: their purpose and age, with five views and one map, translated by W.M. Tapp, (Saint-Brieuc: Editions de La Bretagne Touristique, 1908).
Joanne, Adolphe. Géographie du département du Finistère:, avec une carte coloriée et 16 gravures, 2nd edition (Paris, Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1881).
  • Original index: VI.B.14.124(e)-125(b))
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):124(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12.
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
Gorce, Matthieu-Maxime. Saint Vincent Ferrier (1350-1419) (Paris: Plon, 1924).
Dottin, Georges. Les livres de saint Patrice, apôtre de l'Irlande: introduction, traduction et notes, par Georges Dottin, Professeur & l'université de Rennes, deuxième edition (Paris: Bloud & Cie., n.d)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14 132(g)-134(h)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):132(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 136-138
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Crookshank, F.G. The Mongol in Our Midst, A Study of Man and His Three Faces (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., New York, E.P. Dutton, 1923).
Perry, William James. The Origin of Magic and Religion (London: Methuen, 1923).
Riguet, Abbé. Saint Patrice (vers 389-461) (Paris: Librairie Victor Lecoffre; J. Gabalda & Cie, 1911).
Perry, William James. The Growth of Civilization (London: Methuen, 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.14.148(e-g) [p.34], 150(h)-151(a) [pp. 137-206]
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):148(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12.
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
  • Note: Joyce read a review of this by T.S. Eliot in the Criterion, issue of July 1924, pp.489-91.
“Pelagius” Catholic Encyclopaedia (London: Caxton Publishing Co., 1911)
  • Original index: VI.B.14.151(g)-155(d)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):151(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 155-160
  • Publication: Vincent Deane. “HCE and the Fall of Pelagius” Finnegans Wake: Fifty Years, edited by Geert Lernout (Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi, 1990), pp. 109-124.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Bury, John Bagnell. Life of Saint Patrick, and his place in history (London: Macmillan, 1905)
Gwynn, Stephen. Leinster (London: Blackie, 1911).
Gwynn, Stephen. Connaught (London: Blackie, 1912).
Gwynn, Stephen. Munster (London: Blackie, 1912).
Gwynn, Stephen. Ulster (London: Blackie, 1911).
Bergin, Osborn. [editor] “Unpublished Irish Poems: XXV—On the Breaking Up of a School.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, Vol. 13, No. 49, March 1924, 85-90.
Thurston, Herbert. “The ‘Oscar Wilde’ Script in Its Bearing on Survival.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review , Vol. 13, No. 49, March 1924, 14-28.
Smith, Hester Travers. Psychic Messages from Oscar Wilde, prefaced by Sir William F. Barrett (London: T. Werner Laurie, Apr 1924). X
De Blacam, Aodh. “Gaelic and Anglo-Irish Literature Compared.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review Vol. 13, No. 49, March 1924, 64-75.
Van Gestel, G. “II: The St. Reinilda Congregation of Holland.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review Vol. 13, No. 49, March 1924, 130-39.
Hannon, John J. [reviewer] “Cosmology. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Matter. By Rev. John O'Neil.”, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review . Vol. 13, No. 49, March 1924, 166-8.
Binchy, Daniel A. “An Irish Ambassador at the Spanish Court—VI.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review , Vol. 13, No. 49, March 1924, 115-28.
Walsh, Paul et al. “Comments on the Foregoing Article [I, II, and V]”. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review , Vol. 13, No. 50, June 1924, 189-200.
T.C. [reviewer] “Saint Francis de Sales, Directeur d'Ames” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review , Vol. 13, No. 50, June 1924, 331-2.
Butler, W.F. “Irish Land Tenures: Celtic and Foreign.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review Vol. 13, No. 50, June 1924, 291-305.
Gwynn, Aubrey. “Some Recent Books about Lourdes.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review Vol. 13, No. 50, June 1924, 306-13.
O'Conor, Norreys Jephson. Battles and Enchantments, retold from early Gaelic literature (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, and The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1922).
Langdon, Stephen, translation and commentary, Enuma Elish: The Babylonian Epic of Creation restored from the recently recovered tablets of Assur (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1923).
Delafosse, Maurice. L'âme nègre (Paris: Payot, 1922).
Czarnowski, Stefan. Le culte des héros et ses conditions sociale: saint Patrick, héros nationale de l'Irlande (Paris: Félix Alcan, 1919)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.14.213(d)-218(j)
  • Sample use: N12 (VI.B.14):213(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 208-213
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout
  • See also: mentioned in letters of 17 April and 21 May, 1926.
Evans, Caradoc. My People: stories of the peasantry of West Wales (3rd edition: London: Andrew Melrose, 1915). The text and pagination are identical to the first edition of 1915 and to the American edition published in New York by Boni and Liveright in 1918.

N13 (VI.D.3) early December 1924-February 1925 (copied: VI.C.4 220-280, VI.C.5 1-91)

Joyce, James. Work in Progress (from TS or proofs of I.2§1).
Smith, Hester Travers. Psychic Messages from Oscar Wilde, prefaced by Sir William F. Barrett (London: T. Werner Laurie, Apr 1924). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.3 (missing) 53(n)-54(d), 55(a-e), 55(j)-57(e), 122(a)
  • Sample use: N13 (VI.D.3).053(n)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 272(n)-276, VI.C.5 61(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also: index at N12 (VI.B.14):186 and mention in letter of 27 January 1925.
Hyde, Douglas The Story of Early Gaelic Literature (6th edition: London: T.Fisher, Unwin Ltd., 1920).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.3. (missing) 80(j)-82(a), 101(j)-104(j), 107(e)-109(d), 110(l)-112(g), 113(o)-115(c)
  • Sample use: N13 (VI.D.3):080(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5.19(j)-21(a), 40(j)-43(j), 46(e)-48(d), 49(l)-51(g), 52(o)-54(c)
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
“Genesis”, The Holy Bible (King James version).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.3 (missing) 143(a-l), 144(b-j), 145(a-c)
  • Sample use: N13 (VI.D.3):143(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 82(a)-
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Collins, Joseph. The Doctor Looks at Literature: Psychological Studies of Life & Letters (New York: George H. Doran Company, 1923). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.3 (missing) 145(b)-148((c), 148(j), 150(c)-151(e)
  • Sample use: N13 (VI.D.3):145(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5. 84(b)-87(d), 87(j), 89(c)-90(e)
  • Publication: David Hayman', “Dr. Collins looks at J.J.: the Invention of a Shaun”, Joyce and Popular Culture, edited by R. Brandon Kershner (Gainesville: U.P. of Florida, 1996).
  • Identified by: David Hayman
  • A sister indexes can be found at N8 (VI.B.6):119.

N14 (VI.B.7) Hanging Garments: March-mid April 1925

Boldt, Ernst. From Luther to Steiner, translated by Agnes Blake (New York: E.P. Dutton, 1921).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.7 022(a)-27(c)- | 28/29 blank | - 30(a) – 31(a) - | 32/33 blank | 34(a-b); 48(c), 49(a-b), 50(b), 52(a-d) || 53(a)-54(b), 55(c), 59(b-e), (I); 60(f),(h), 67(a-g), 69(a)-71(b),(g); 78(a-c), 79(a-c)
  • Sample use: N14 (VI.B.7):22(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Robbert-Jan Henkes, “From Luther to Steiner and the Scienza Nuova in Notebook VI.B.7”, Genetic Joyce Studies Issue 19 (Spring 2019)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
Mawer, Allen. The Vikings (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1913).
Haliday, Charles. The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin (2nd edition: Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1884). XX
Vico, Giambattista. Principj di Una Scienza Nuova alla commune natura delle nazioni di Giambattista Vico, ed. Giuseppi Ferrari. (Milan: Società tipographica de' classici italiani, 1836)
Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory, and Kenneth Macleod Songs of the Hebrides, in 3 volumes. (London: Boosey and Co., 1917).
  • Source PDF: here. For more information see also here
  • Original index: VI.B.7 209(f)-213(c)
  • Sample use: N14 (VI.B.7):209(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu “A new source in notebook VI.B.7: Songs of the Hebrides”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 13 (Spring, 2013)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  • Note. Joyce used only extracts from the Foreword (pp. ix-xxvi) in the linked PDF.

N15 (VI.D.2) mid-April-June 1925 (copied: VI.C.3 178-242; also VI.C.15 177-252)

The Leader (Dublin: 18 April 1925).
  • Original index: VI.D.2 (missing) 13(d)-14(i)
  • Sample use: N15 (VI.D.2).014(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 190
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (issue of 5 May 1925).
Irish Independent (issue of 5 May 1925).
Freud, Sigmund. Collected Papers II, trans. by Joan Riviere (London: Hogarth Press, 1924).
Haliday, Charles. The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin (2nd edition: Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1884). XX
Vico, Giambattista. Principj di Una Scienza Nuova alla commune natura delle nazioni di Giambattista Vico, ed. Giuseppi Ferrari. (Milan: Società tipographica de' classici italiani, 1836)
Craige, W.A. The Icelandic Sagas (London: Cambridge University Press, 1913).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.2 027(c)-28(c), 28(i)-30(d), 31(a-k), 32(f)-35(b), 36(c)-37(c), 40(e)-42(b)
  • Sample use: N15 (VI.D.2):027(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.203(b)-213(b); VI.C.15 200(b)-204(c), 204(i)-206(c), 207(a-k), 208(f)-211(b), 212(d)-213(c), 216(e)-218(b)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu “The Lost Notebook VI.D.2: a Preliminary Digital Genetic Edition”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 19 (Spring, 2019)
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes
Connellan, Owen The Annals of Ireland, translated from the original Irish of the Four Masters (Dublin: Bryan Geraghty, 1846)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.2. (missing) 44(f)-46(f)
  • Sample use: N15 (VI.D.2):044(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3.214(n)-216(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15.220(f)-222(f)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu “The Lost Notebook VI.D.2: a Preliminary Digital Genetic Edition”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 19 (Spring, 2019)
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
  • Note: Joyce seems to have read only the (extensive) footnotes to the first few pages.
Sturluson, Snorri Heimskringla: the Olaf Sagas, trans. Samuel Laing (London: J.M. Dent $.an sons, 1915)
Joyce, James. Work in Progress (from TS or proofs I.2§1).
Harrison, Jane E. Mythology: The Stories of the Gods (London: George C. Harrap & Co., 1924).
  • Original index: VI.D.2 (missing) 69(d)-71(e), 72(g)-73(b), 73(g)-74(f), 75(i)-76(c)
  • Sample use: N15 (VI.D.2):076(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.3 236(e)-238(c), 240-242; VI.C.15.245(d)-247(f), 249(g)-252(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 245(d)-247(e), 248(g)-249(b), 249(g)-250(f), 251(i)-252(c)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu “The Lost Notebook VI.D.2: a Preliminary Digital Genetic Edition”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 19 (Spring, 2019)
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse, and independently by Vincent Deane.
  • Note: see also index in N26 (VI.D.1):002

N16 (VI.D.1) May-June 1925 (copied: VI.C.2 123-197)

Irish Independent (Dublin: 19 May 1925).
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 028(g-j)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):028(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.150(g-k)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse,
Connacht Tribune (issue of 30 May 1925).
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 49(i)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):049(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2.171(i)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
Connacht Tribune (issue of 16 May 1925).
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 50(j)-51(d)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):050(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 2.172(j)-173(d)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
Irish Times (issue of 3 June 1925).
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 075(e-g)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):075(e)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Mikio Fuse
Harrison, Jane E. Mythology: The Stories of the Gods (London: George C. Harrap & Co., 1924).
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 2(k)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):002(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2 124(k)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse
  • Note: see also index in N15 (VI.D.2):76
 Low, A.M. Wireless Possibilities (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1924).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 4(f)-7(a)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):004(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.2 126(f)-129(a)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Fournier d'Albe, E.E. Quo vadimus?: some glimpses of the future, in series “To-day and To-Morrow” (London: Kegan Paul, 1925).
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 11
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):011(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 2 129-133
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Schiller, F.C.S. Tantalus, or the Future of Man, vol. 3 of series “To-day and To-Morrow” (London: Kegan Paul, 1924).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 11(k)-13(h)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):011(k)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 2 133(k)-135(h)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Haldane, J.B.S. Callinicus, or a Defence of Chemical Warfare, in series “To-day and To-Morrow” (London: Kegan Paul, 1925).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 15(b-i), 16(c)-17(g)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):015(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 2 137(b)-139(g)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Patten, C.J. The Passing of the Phantoms: a Study of Evolutionary Psychology and Morals, in series “To-day and To-Morrow” (London: Kegan Paul, 1924).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 18(a)-19(j), 20(d), 21(i-j), 22(g, i-j),23(a),26(a)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):018(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.140(a)-141(n), 142(d), 143(i-j), 144 (g, i-j), 145 (a-b), 148-9
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Russell, Dora. Hypatia, or Woman and Knowledge, in series “To-day and To-Morrow” (London: Kegan Paul, 1925).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 28(p)-30(d)
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):028(p)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 2 150(p)-151(b), 151(l), 152 (a-d)
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Heard, G. Narcissus, an Anatomy of Clothes, vol. 5 of series “To-day and To-Morrow” (London: Kegan Paul, 1924).
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 31(b), 36(b)-39
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):031(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 2 153, 156-163
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Stokes, H.F.S. Perseus, or: of Dragons, vol. 5 of series “To-day and To-Morrow” (London: Kegan Paul, 1924).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.D.1 (missing) 43-45
  • Sample use: N16 (VI.D.1):043(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C. 2 165-167
  • Publication: Robbert-Jan Henkes & Mikio Fuse “INSIDE D1”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 12 (Spring, 2012).
  • Identified by: Robbert-Jan Henkes and Mikio Fuse.
 Jones, W. Lewis. King Arthur in History and Legend, 2nd ed. (Cambridge, 1914).

N17 (VI.B.9) Biggest Astonishing: June-early July 1925

The Irish Times (Dublin: 17 June 1925).
The Irish Times (Dublin: 6 July 1925).
The Irish Times (Dublin: 29 May 1925).
Freud, Sigmund. “Psychoanalytical Notes on an Autobiographic Account of a Case of Paranoia (Dementia Paranoides)”, Collected Papers. Vol. 3: Case Histories, trans. by Alix & James Strachey (London: The Hogarth Press, 1925), pages 385-470. X
 Yarrell, William British Birds, in 3 volumes. (London, 1843).
  • Source online: vol. I here.
  • Original index: VI.B.9 26(b-e)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):026(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 165
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  • Joyce seems to have read only a few random pages of Volume I.
 Quiller Couch, Mabel Cornwall's Wonderland, (London & Toronto: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1914).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.9 26(g)-28(f), 28(i), 29(a)-30(b)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):026(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 166-8
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  • Note: see pp. 195-243 for “The Story of Sir Tristram and La Belle Iseult”.
 Dulaurens, Henri-Joseph Imirce ou la fille de la nature, (Paris : A L'enseigne du Bon Vieux Temps, 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.9 028(h); 035(f-g); 036(c-d); 62(f-h); 65(a-g)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):028(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu “Imirce, ou la Fille de la Nature”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 15 (Spring, 2015)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  • It is unclear if Joyce read this title, banned in France, or what edition he might have read. He would have taken a keen interest in its theme: the maturation from girlhood (imprisonment in a philosopher's cellar for 22 years) of a prostitute. The author, a poet and pamphleteer, was an irreligious abbot in the Trinitarian Order and was eventually sentenced to permanent confinement, ultimately dying in a convent.
Freud, Sigmund. “From the History of an Infantile Neurosis (The ‘Wolf Man’)”, Collected Papers. Vol. 3: Case Histories, trans. by Alix & James Strachey (London: The Hogarth Press, 1925), pages 471-605. X
 Bonney, T.G. The Work of Rain and Rivers, (Cambridge, at the University Press, 1912 [reprinted 1923])
  • Original index: VI.B.9 50(c)-53(e), 57(b-g), 83 (d, f-h), 90(c), 91(b), 99 (c, e-j)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):050(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 177(a)-179, 189, 192
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
Haliday, Charles. The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin (2nd edition: Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1884). XX
 Chatterton, E. Keble The Romance of the Ship, (London: Seeley & Co. Ltd., 1911)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.9 066(c)-067(c)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):066(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 182-3
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
Harris, Frank. Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) X
N. N. “Irish Rivers—No. X: The Tolka”, Dublin University Magazine, No. CCL, Vol. XLII, 391-404 (Dublin, October 1853)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.9 100(c)-103(a)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):100(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 192(f)-194(e)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu.
  • An earlier sourced index appears in N10 (VI.B.16).
  Brewer, J.N. The Beauties of Ireland, (London: Sherwood, Jones, and Co. 1825)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.9 104(b), 105(d-e), 106(b-d)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):104(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 194-195
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
 P. The Irish Penny Journal: 1840-1841, (Dublin: Gunn & Cameron, 1841: issue of 10 October, 1840)
  • Original index: VI.B.9 104(c), 105(a-c)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):104(c)
  • Raphael copy: C.4.195
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  Coyne, Joseph Stirling. The Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland, vol. II. (London: George Virtue, 1842)
  • Source online: vol. I here, vol. II here, .
  • Original index: VI.B.9 104(d-g)
  • Sample use: N17 (VI.B.9):104(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.4 194
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  Weekley, Ernest The Romance of Names, (London: John Murray, 1914)

N18 (VI.B.8) Two of Everything: late July-September 1925

Irish Times (Dublin: 28 May 1925).
Boulenger, E.G. Queer Fish and other inhabitants of the rivers and oceans (London: Partridge, Aug 1925). X
  • Original index: VI.B.8 62-66, 72, 74-77;
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):062(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7 45-47, 51-53;
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13 53-56, 60-63
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: reference in notebook at N18 (VI.B.8):031(g) and mention in letter of 31 July 1925.
Dodd, Anna Bowman. Up the Seine to the Battlefields (New York and London: Harper Brothers, 1920)
Wilson, David Alec. Carlyle on Cromwell and others (London: Kegan Paul, July 1925)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.8 69
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):069(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Webb, John Joseph. Industrial Dublin Since 1698 & The Silk Industry in Dublin (Dublin and London: Maunsel & Co., 1913)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.8 128(d)-129(b)
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):128(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7 .085(l)-86(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13 097(d-l)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu, “The Silk Industry in Dublin by John Joseph Webb in VI.B.8”, Genetic Joyce Studies Issue 19 (Spring 2019)
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  • Note: It seems unlikely that this charming study is the immediate source for this short index, though it may be the source of the source, or itself derive from that original source. There are too many interesting phrases and facts in Webb's essay that Joyce would surely have noted down, had he the book, and other related notes on the same notebook page that are not found in Webb.
The Hawera and Normanby Star (Taranaki, New Zealand: 4 January 1924).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.08.154(f-i; n-q), 155(b-d)
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):154(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.07.100(k-l), 101(c-d); VI.C.13.113(k-l), 114(c-d)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu, “GLEANINGS FROM AMERICA in VI.B.1, VI.B.8, VI.B.19 and VI.B.31”, Genetic Joyce Studies Issue 19 (Spring 2019)
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  • Note: possibly not Joyce's source, but the source of his source.
Haliday, Charles. The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin (2nd edition: Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1884). XX
“AENAES” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.8 120
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):120(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13
  • Identified by:
“ROMULUS” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.8 121
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):121(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13
  • Identified by:
Various Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: The 11th edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica is available online in several formats; here are three: Archive.org, text, and DJVU.
  • Original index: VI.B.8 32, 123, 185
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):032(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7 50, 82-3, 115
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13
  • Identified by:
D'Alton, John. The History of the County of Dublin (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1838). XX
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.8 126-127
  • Sample use: N18 (VI.B.8):126(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.7
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N26 (VI.B.18):004(f).

N19 (VI.B.19) Sympathrics: June-early July, September-end November 1925

Hemingway, Ernest. In Our Time (Paris: Three Mountains Press, 1924).
  • Source online: 1923 and 1924 texts here.
  • Original index: VI.B.19 14-16
  • Sample use: N19 (VI.B.19):014(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.14
  • Identified by:
Freud, Sigmund. “Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-Year-Old boy” (‘Little Hans’)”, Collected Papers, vol. 3: Case histories., trans. by Alix & James Strachey (London: Hogarth Press, May 1925), pages 147-289. X
  • Source online: 1953 reprint here.
  • Original index: VI.B.19 17-19, 30-31, 35-38;
  • Sample use: N19 (VI.B.19):017(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.14 168-170, 174, 176-178
  • Publication: “La scène primitive de l'écriture, une lecture joycienne de Freud”, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: CNRS, 1985); James Joyce Quarterly 22, 367-382 (Summer 1985)
  • Identified by: Daniel Ferrer
  • See also: sourced Freud ndexes at VI.D.2.001(e), N17 (VI.B.9):022(b), N17 (VI.B.9):038(g), and N19 (VI.B.19):068(c).
Freud, Sigmund. “From the History of an Infantile Neurosis (The ‘Wolf Man’)”, Collected Papers, vol. 3: Case histories., trans. by Alix & James Strachey (London: Hogarth Press, May 1925), pages 471-605. X
  • Source online: 1953 reprint here.
  • Original index: VI.B.19 68-70, 76-78, 84, 90-91, 94, 100-101;
  • Sample use: N19 (VI.B.19):068(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.14 187-189, 196, 199-200, 205
  • Publication: “La scène primitive de l'écriture, une lecture joycienne de Freud”, Genèse de Babel: Joyce et la création (Paris: CNRS, 1985); James Joyce Quarterly 22, 367-382 (Summer 1985)
  • Identified by: Daniel Ferrer
  • See also: sourced Freud ndexes at VI.D.2.001(e), N17 (VI.B.9):022(b), N17 (VI.B.9):038(g), and N19 (VI.B.19):017(a).
The Elwood Call-Leader (Elwood, Indiana: 19 October, 1925).
Melba, Nelly. Melodies and Memories (London, Thornton Butterworth, 1925).
Barrett, E. John Boyd. The New Psychology: How It Aids and Interests (New York: P.J. Kennedy & Sons, 1925). X
  • Original index: VI.B.19 124-125, 128
  • Sample use: N19 (VI.B.19):124(c)
  • Publication: Wim Van Mierlo, “The Freudful Couchmere Revisited”, Joyce Studies Annual 1997, pages 142-145.
  • Identified by: Wim Van Mierlo
  • See also: reference in notebook at N18 (VI.B.8):208(f).

N20 (VI.B.13) His Rumpus: November 1925-February 1926

Joyce, James. Work in Progress (first TS of I.3§1).
  • Original index: VI.B.13 9(d-k)
  • Sample use: N20 (VI.B.13).009(d)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: John O'Hanlon
O'Casey, Sean. Two Plays: Juno and the Paycock and The Shadow of a Gunman (London: Macmillan, Feb 1925).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.13 161, 164-166;
  • Sample use: N20 (VI.B.13):161(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.12 271-272
  • Publication: Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane, “O'Casey and Blake: two VI.B.13 indexes” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 4, 21-25 (Winter 1988)
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane
  • See also: mention in letter of 5 March 1926.
Pearce, Charles E. Sims Reeves: Fifty Years of Music in England (London: Stanley Paul and Co., Jun 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.13 216-227;
  • Sample use: N20 (VI.B.13):216(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13 14-20
  • Publication: Geert Lernout, “Singing Walking Gent: Sims Reeves in VI.B.13” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 3, 43-52 (Spring 1988)
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout
  • See also: mention in letters of 305 March 19245 March 1926.
Figgis, Darrell. The Paintings of William Blake (New York: Scribner, 1925; London: Ernest Benn, Nov 1925).
  • Original index: VI.B.13 229-232;
  • Sample use: N20 (VI.B.13):229(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.13 21-24
  • Publication: Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane, “O'Casey and Blake: two VI.B.13 indexes” inA Finnegans Wake Circular 4, 21-22, 26-31 (Winter 1988)
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout and Vincent Deane
  • See also: mention in letter of 5 March 1926.

N21 (VI.B.20) February-April 1926

N22 (VI.B.17) Ripples April-May 1926

O'Brien, William. The Parnell of Real Life (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1926).
Hirn, Yrjö. Les jeux d'enfants (Paris: Delamain et Boutelleau, 1926).
  • Original index: VI.B.17 18-20, 27-29, 33-34, 70-72, a05, a06
  • Sample use: N22 (VI.B.17):018(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5. ; VI.C.11.
  • See also: Daniel Ferrer, “VI.B.17: A Reconstruction and Some SourcesGenetic Joyce Studies 15 (Spring 2015)
  • Identified by: Sam Slote
  • Title cited at VI.B.17 017(e), and author cited at VI.B.17 072(m)
Robbins, Sir Alfred. Parnell: The Last Five Years (London: Thornton Butterworth, 1926).
Fleming, William Canon. Boulogne-sur-mer: St Patrick's native town (London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1907). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.17 35(a)-(e), 105 (a)-(i), 106 (b)-(h), 108 (f)-(l), a08(m)
  • Sample use: N22 (VI.B.17):035(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5.193; VI.C.11.95
  • Publication: Daniel Ferrer, “VI.B.17: A Reconstruction and Some SourcesGenetic Joyce Studies 15 (Spring 2015)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: mentioned in letter 25 July 1924.
Chervin, Arthur. Bégaiement et autres maladies fonctionnelles de la parole (Paris: Société d'Editions Scientifiques, 1902).
Douglas, Robert B. [trans.] One Hundred Merrie and Delightsome Stories, right pleasaunte to relate in all goodly companie by way of joyance and jollity, now first done into the English tongue (Les cents nouvelles nouvelles, 1492. Abridged edition: New York, The Macmillan Company, 1923).
Frazer, Sir James Folk-Lore in the Old Testament, studies in comparative religion, legend and law, abridged edition, (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1923).
Bugge, Alexander Contributions to the History of the Norsemen in Ireland [Part I: The royal race of Dublin. Part II: Norse elements in Gaelic tradition of modern times. Part III: Norse settlements round the Bristol Channel.] (Christiania: J. Dybwad, 1900).
de Bremont, Anna, Contesse Oscar Wilde and his Mother (London: Everett & Co., 1911). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.17 65-68, (app)
  • Sample use: N22 (VI.B.17):065(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5 ??; VI.C.11 ??
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt?
McIntyre, J. Lewis. Giordano Bruno (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1903).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.17 79(m) - 81, 85-87
  • Sample use: N22 (VI.B.17):079(m)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.5. ; VI.C.11.
  • Publication: Daniel Ferrer, “VI.B.17: A Reconstruction and Some SourcesGenetic Joyce Studies 15 (Spring 2015)
  • Identified by: Jean Saavedra.
  • NOTE. This particular biography is included in Joyce's Trieste library. He reviewed it in The Daily Express, issue of 30 October 1903, under the title The Bruno Philosophy.]
“Music of Panama Indians”, contemporary review of Francis Densmore, Music of the Tule Indians of Panama (Smithsonian Institute, 1926).
  • Original index: VI.B.17 107(a-b)
  • Sample use: N22 (VI.B.17):107(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.
  • Publication: Daniel Ferrer, “VI.B.17: A Reconstruction and Some SourcesGenetic Joyce Studies 15 (Spring 2015)
  • Note. Ferrer was unable to determine in which newspaper review Joyce read the article referring to Densmore.

N23 (VI.B.12) mid June-August 1926

Vico, Giovanni Battista. Principes de la philosophe de l'histoire, trans. Jules Michelet (edition unknown).
Aston, W.G. A Grammar of the Japanese Spoken Language, 4th edition (Yokohama: Lane, 1888).
Gregory, Lady Augusta. Gods and Fighting Men, introduced by J.P. Postgate (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, March 1923).
  • Source online: 1910 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.12 128(m)-129(j)
  • Sample use: N23 (VI.B.12):128(m)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 ??
  • Identified by: ??
Ogden, C.K., and I.A. Richards. The Meaning of Meaning: a study of the influence of language upon thought and of the science of symbolism, introduced by J.P. Postgate (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, March 1923).

N24 (VI.D.5) August-September 1926 (copied: VI.C.8 217-end, VI.C.9 1-19; also VI.C.10 249-280, VI.C.16 1-65)

N25 (VI.B.15) MacLeish: late September 1926-end January 1927

Joyce, Weston St. John. The Neighbourhood of Dublin (Dublin: Gill, 1921). XX
Frazer, James George. Folk-lore in the Old Testament, abridged ed. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1923)
Ffrench, James Frederick Metge. Prehistoric faith and worship: glimpses of ancient Irish life (London: D. Nutt, 1912)
Massingham, Harold John. Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum: or, The Giants in England (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1926): Issue No. 5 of Psyche Miniatures
Chart, D.A. The Story of Dublin (London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1907). X
Clodd, Edward. Tom Tit Tot; an essay on savage philosophy in folk-tale (London, Duckworth, 1898)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 66b,c,f; 66a-f,h,i; 68a-b,d-g,i; 69a-c,e-h;76c-g,i; 77a=e,g-h; 78a-b,d-k; 79b-e,g-h; 115h-j; 116a-g; 117a-c,e,h; 118a-b,d-j; 119a
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):066(b)
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “New Sources in MacLeish, Notebook VI.B.15”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 20 (Spring, 220)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
Creasy, Sir Edward S. The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World from Marathon to Waterloo (London: Humphrey Milford, OUP, 1915).
  • Source online: 1915 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 71a-d,g-l; 72a-f,g-j,m-o; 73a-l; 81k-l; 82c,e-j; 93c-d,f-g; 94a-d; 101b-n; 102a,c-g,i-j; 103b,f-c; 104a-c,e-g
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):071(a)
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “New Sources in MacLeish, Notebook VI.B.15”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 20 (Spring, 220)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
Joyce, James. “From Work in Progress”, Transatlantic Review I-4 (Paris: April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.15 74(d-l), 75(a-b, e-g)
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):074(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.14 44 (c-f, h-i)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: index at N33 (VI.B.4):052.
Jones, W. Lewis. King Arthur in History and Legend, 2nd ed. (Cambridge University Press, 1914).
Reade, Arthur. Finland and the Finns (New York: Dodd.Mead and Co., 1917)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 119b-h; 120a-b,d-e,k-i; 121b-f,h-o; 122c-d,g-i,k; 123a-b,d
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):119(b)
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “New Sources in MacLeish, Notebook VI.B.15”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 20 (Spring, 220)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
Tweedie, Mrs Alec. Through Finland in Carts (London: Thomas Nelson, 1913)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 138l-n;139a-e,h-i,k,m; 140a,i-h; 142a-f,h,j
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):138(l)
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “New Sources in MacLeish, Notebook VI.B.15”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 20 (Spring, 220)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
Clodd, Edward. The Story of the Alphabet. (Revised eddition: London, New York and Toronto: Hodder and Stoughton, 1913). X
  • Source online: 1913 N.Y. edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 147(l), 148(a)-149(f), 156(i)-157(e), 158(i)-159(n)
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):147(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.14 96(l), 97(a)-98(c), 103(g-o), 104(j)-105(b)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Claybook for Finnegans Wake,” A Finnegans Wake Circular, 3, 21-39 (Winter 1987) and [with Danis Rose] 57-60 (Spring 1988)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • See also: mention in letters of 2 September 1926 and 15 August 1932, and sourced index at N43 (VI.B.35):093(b)
Conder, Claude R. The Rise of Man (London: J. Murray, 1908)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 170i-k;171l-m;172a-n,p; 173a,c-h,j-k; 174b-f,h; 175a,c-e; 178h-l; 179b-f;h-i; 180a-c; 181f-h; 182a,e,h,j,n,p; 183f-g,i,l-n; 184l=p; 185a-d,f-g; 186i-l; 187a-e,h,j; 188a-h
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):170(j)
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “New Sources in MacLeish, Notebook VI.B.15”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 20 (Spring, 220)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
Munch, Peter Andreas. Norrøne gude- og heltesagn: ordnet og fremstillets (Christiania: Steenballes, 1880)
Carroll, Lewis. The Hunting of the Snark (London: 1876).
  • Source online: 1903 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 189(f-l)
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):189(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.14 129(e-k)
  • Identified by: John O'Hanlon
  • See also: mention in letter of 31 May 1927.
Vincent, Frank. Norsk, Lapp, and Finn: or, Travel Tracings from the far north of Europe (London: Samson, Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1881)
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.15 199a-j;200a-k; 201a-j,p; 202b-h,j-k; 203a-hl 204i
  • Sample use: N25 (VI.B.15):199(b)
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “New Sources in MacLeish, Notebook VI.B.15”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 20 (Spring, 220)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout

N26 (VI.B.18) He'll Cheat March-July 1927

Warburton, J., Rev. J. Whitelaw, and Rev. R. Walsh. A History of the City of Dublin (London: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1818).
D'Alton, John. The History of County Dublin (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1838). XX
Turner, Sharon. The History of The Anglo-Saxons: Comprising the History of England From the Earliest Period to the Norman Conquest In Three Volumes, 3rd edition (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1820).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.18 90-93
  • Sample use: N26 (VI.B.18):070(l)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 113-115
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “Dublin, Norwegians, Anglo-Saxons, Danes, Tristram and Medieval Nuns in Notebook VI.B.18”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 16 (Spring, 2016)
  • Note: Joyce seems to have read only the second chapter of this fascinating study, “That the KIMMERIAN and KELTIC Nations were the earliest Inhabitants of the West of Europe.—A Brief Outline of the Migrations and Expeditions.—Settlement of their Colonies in BRITAIN.—WELSH Traditions on this Subject”.
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
Power, Eileen Edna. Medieval English Nunneries c. 1275 to 1535 (London: Cambridge University Press, 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.18.090(a)-091(e); 92(a)-93(b)
  • Sample use: N26 (VI.B.18):090(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 113-115
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “Dublin, Norwegians, Anglo-Saxons, Danes, Tristram and Medieval Nuns in Notebook VI.B.18”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 16 (Spring, 2016)
  • Note: Joyce seems to have read only the first 76 pages of this 700-page study, that is, the chapters on the novices and the “head of the house”, ending his reading with the section on luxurious clothes and entertainments.
  • See also: possibly mentioned (the book referred to may be Medieval People 1924 by the same author)in letter 6 October 1924.
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
Carroll, Lewis. “Jabberwocky”, Through the Looking-Glass (London, 1872).
  • Source online: 1917 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.18 101(e)
  • Sample use: N26 (VI.B.18):101(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 123-124
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
O'Hanlon, Terence. “The Proud Past of Galway”, Sunday Independent (Dublin: 29 May, 1927).
Impey, S.P. Origin of the Bushmen and the Rock Paintings of South Africa (Cape Town: Juta & Co., 1926).
  • Original index: VI.B.18.186(c)-187(c), (g)
  • Sample use: N26 (VI.B.18):186(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 161
  • Publication: A Finnegans Wake Circular
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.158
Worsaae, Jens Jacob Asmussen. An Account of the Danes and Norwegians in England, Scotland and Ireland (London: John Murray, 1852).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.18 206(c-h), 209(e)-213(f) | chapter shift | 213(g)-214(k), 216(e-f), 217(b)-219(d), 222(l)-226(o), 226(q), 227(a)-228(b). 231(g)-233(k) | two intervening pages blank | 236(a)-238(j), 239(d)-240(i)
  • Sample use: N26 (VI.B.18):206(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 168, 170-177, 179-190
  • Publication: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout “Dublin, Norwegians, Anglo-Saxons, Danes, Tristram and Medieval Nuns in Notebook VI.B.18”, Genetic Joyce Studies, No. 16 (Spring, 2016)
  • Identified by: Viviana-Mirela Braslasu and Geert Lernout
  • Note: Joyce started by reading the third part, on the Norwegian influence in Ireland.
  • See also: mention in letter (15 May 1927) and later index in N50 (VI.B.37):078ff.
“ROMAN LAW” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“ROMAN RELIGION” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.18 269(b-f), 270(a-k).
  • Sample use: N26 (VI.B.18):269(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 204-206
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Quiller-Couch, Mabel. Cornwall's Wonderland (London: J.M. Dent, 1914).

N27 (VI.X.3) 1927

O'Flaherty, Liam. The Life of Tim Healy (London: Jonathan Cape, 1927).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.X.3 missing
  • Sample use: N27 (VI.X.3):001(b)
  • Publication: A Finnegans Wake Circular 4, 74 (Summer 1989)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • See also: mention in letter of 9 June 1927.
Lewis, Wyndham. Time and Western Man (London: Chatto and Windus, 1927).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.X.3 missing
  • Sample use: N27 (VI.X.3):002(a)
  • Joyce's specific use has not yet been established.

N28 (VI.D.6) Fall-Winter 1927 (copied: VI.C.11 96-217)

“Dublin Annals”, Directory of Dublin (Dublin: Alex Thom & Co., 1904).
  • Source online: 1904 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.D.6 VI.D.6 30(a)-33(d), 34(a), 34(d)-35(c), 36(b-c, h-i), 37(c, j)
  • Sample use: N28 (VI.D.6):030(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.11 125-132
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also index at N36 (VI.B.29):156.
Bartholomew, John George. The Handy Reference Atlas of the World (10th edition: Edinburgh: Bartholomew, January 1923).
  • Source online: an earlier (1904) edition with a less complete general index can be found here.
  • Original index: VI.D.6 40(j-m). 41(l)-43(h), 58(h-i), 74(b)-132(g)
  • Sample use: N28 (VI.D.6):040(j)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.11 168-193
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon (from a Finnegans Wake text-based discovery by Jack Dalton: see “Jurna” and “Souldre” rivers)
  • Note. This simple list of river-names comprises the most extensive index of all.
Peter, A. Dublin Fragments, social and historic (Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co.; London: John Murray, 1925). X
Molloy, J. Fitzgerald. The Romance of the Irish Stage (London: Downey & Co., 1897).
  • Source online: volume I here, volume II here.
  • Original index: VI.D.6.65(c)-69(d), 70(f)-71(g), 72(d)-73(a)
  • Sample use: N28 (VI.D.6):065(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.11.160(c)-164(d), 165(f)-166(g), 167(d)-168(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • Note. A second index (see: N35 (VI.B.24):253) drawn from the first volume in this source appears in N35 (VI.B.24), in which later instance both volumes have been resorted to. A short, third sister index is found at N47 (VI.B.40):22.
Unknown. River Names.
  • Original index: VI.D.6.158-159
  • Sample use: N28 (VI.D.6):158(b)
  • Note. This a list of river-names not found in Bartholomew's Handy Atalas, indicating that Joyce had another source, perhaps a different atlas.
Sullivan, Mark. Our Times, 1900 to 1925 (New York: Scribner, 1925)
  • Original index: VI.D.6 160(a)
  • Sample use: N28 (VI.D.6):160(a)
  • Identified by:
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.11 ??

N29 (VI.B.21) Nowtime: January-April 1928

Smiles, Samuel. The Huguenots: their settlements, churches and industries, in England and Ireland (London: John Murray, 1889).
Collingwood, Stuart Dodgson. The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1912]).
  • Source online: 1899 edition here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: borrowed February 16, 1928.
  • Original index: VI.B.21 203-206, 219-222, 272-277
  • Sample use: N29 (VI.B.21):203(d)
  • Publication: John O'Hanlon and Danis Rose, “Constructing Finnegans Wake: 3 Indexes,” A Finnegans Wake Circular 17, 1-15.
  • Identified by: John O'Hanlon and Danis Rose
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.46.
  • See also: mention in letter of 28 March 1928.

N30 (VI.B.22) May-end June 1928

Items, Irish Times (Dublin: 1 Jun 1928).
Fraser-Harris, D. F. Morpheus, or: The Future of Sleep (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., New York: E. P. Dutton, 1928).

N31 (VI.B.26) C'est ainsi July-September 1928

N32 (VI.B.23) Korkascrew: September-December 1928

“HINDOSTANI” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.23 50-59, 69-73;
  • Sample use: N32 (VI.B.23):050(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.10 190-195, 200-201
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout
“LUXEMBURG” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.23 115-116, 118
  • Sample use: N32 (VI.B.23):115(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.10 222-223
  • Identified by: Danis Rose

N33 (VI.B.4) January-late April 1929

Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 7 (Paris: end-September 1927).
  • Original index: VI.B.4 5(g)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):005(g)
  • Raphael copy: none
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also: index at SD2.759.
“NICHOLAS, ST.” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 15(i), 16(b)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):015(i)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15.003(h), 003(j)
  • Identified by: Joe Schork
“JINGO” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 16(a), 16(c-g)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):016(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15.003(i), 003(k)-004(d)
  • Identified by: Joe Schork
Joyce, James. “From Work in Progress”, Transatlantic Review I-4 (Paris: April 1924).
  • Original index: VI.B.4 52(a)-54(a)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):052(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 26(d)-27(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: index at N25 (VI.B.15):074.
“CONSTANTINOPLE” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 58(d-f), 59(e-f)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):058(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 29(j)-30(a), 30(e-f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N35 (VI.B.24):293(a).
“MADRID” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 60(b-c, e)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):060(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 30(k-i), 31(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N35 (VI.B.24):224(d).
“PEKING” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 60(f)-61(c)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):060(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 60(f)-61(c)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N35 (VI.B.24):293(a).
Kant, Immanuel. (edition unknown}
Hardiman, James. The History of the Town and County of the Town of Galway (Dublin: W. Folds & Sons, 1820; Galway: reprinted by “Connacht Tribune”, 1926). XX
“Esther”, The Holy Bible (King James version).
  • Original index: VI.B.4 123(a-c)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):123(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 55(j-k)
  • Identified by: ??
Shakespeare, William. Cymbeline, edition unknown.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 137(a)-139(a)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):137(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 66(g)-68(b)
  • Publication: ??
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
“MATCH” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 153(g, i), 154(b-e)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):153(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 78(b-c, f-i)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Budge, E.A. Wallis. The Book of the Dead (2nd edition: London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1909). X
  • Source online: here
  • Original index: VI.B.4 158(a)-160(c), 166(c)-173(g), 179(f)-181(a), 191(a)-193(b), 194(f), 198(d)-292(c)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):158(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 80(d)-81(i), 84(g)-87(c), 91(a-m), 98(c)-99(c), 103(g)-106(d)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, Chapters of Coming Forth by Day; Colchester: AWNP, 1982.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Lear, Edward. Nonsense Songs and Laughable Lyrics (Boston: Little Brown, ca. 1899).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 207(c-e), 211(e)-212(b), 221(b-d, f), 222(a)-225(f)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):207(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 110(e-g), 113(i)-114(d), 118(f), 119(a-b, d-i), 120(a)-121(k)
  • Note: this is probably not the actual edition used by Joyce.
Lear, Edward. Nonsense Books (Boston: Little Brown, 1888).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 225g, 247a-248c
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):225(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 121i-j, 132j-133c
  • Note: this is probably not the actual edition used by Joyce.
Lear, Edward. The Jumblies and other nonsense verses (London and New Yor: Frederick Warne, n.d.).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 225f
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):225(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 121k
  • Note: this is probably not the actual edition used by Joyce.
“VOLCANO” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 236(c)-241(c), 246(g)-247(a)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):236(c)
  • Raphael copy: C.15 126(g)-129(j), 132(f-k)
  • Identified by:
O'Morgair, Malachi. The Prophecies of St Malachy, exact translation unknown.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 254(b, h), 255(a)-257(c), 257(e-h), 332(d)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):254(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 135(f)-136(a)
  • Publication: J.S. Atherton. “Sus in cribro, and other prophercies of Malachy,” A Wake Newslitter 9, 111-113 (Dec 1972)
  • Identified by: J.S. Atherton
  • See also: Danis Rose. “On the use of the Prophetia de summis pontificibus ascribed popularly to S. Malachy in the fable of the Mookse and the Gripes,” A Wake Newslitter 10, 27-28 (April 1973)
Devoghel, L'Abbé Édouard. Le Vatican (s.l: Librairie Bloud & Gay, 1927).
  • Original index: VI.B.4 261(c)-265(h), 279(a)-281(b)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):261(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 137(d)-138(i), 144(f)-146(a)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
S.N.B. “The Chemist's Magic” Popular Science, June 1926, Vol. 108, No. 6.
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 284(a)-(i)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):284(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 147(h)-148(a)
  • Note: this may not be the actual source Joyce copied from. It is possible several newspapers reported the same finding.
Almedingen, Edith M. The English Pope (Adrian IV) (London: Heath Cranton, 1925). X
  • Original index: VI.B.4 313(e)-316(d)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):313(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 166(a)-167(f)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • See also: reference in notebook at N18 (VI.B.8):186(e).
“SATURN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.4 319(d-i)-320(e)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):319(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 169(a-l)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Fontanelle, René. Sa Sainteté Pie XI (Paris: Bloud & Gay, ??).
  • Original index: VI.B.4 266(c-d, g), 267(b-d,f-i), 268(a-b), 326(g)-331(c)
  • Sample use: N33 (VI.B.4):266(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.15 138(l-m), 139(b, e-g, i-m), 171(j)
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt

N34 (VI.B.27) May-July 1929

“ORTHODOX EASTERN CHURCH” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.27 flv, 1-11;
  • Sample use: N34 (VI.B.27):ffv(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.17 64-71
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Hall, H.S. and S.R. Knight. Elementary Algebra for Schools (London: Macmillan, 1913).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.27 30(a)-35(f)
  • Sample use: N34 (VI.B.27):045(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.17 77(k)-81(c)
Hall, H.S. and F.H. Stevens. A Text-Book of Euclid's Elements (London: Macmillan, 1913).
  • Source online: 1904 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.27 45(g)-48(e), 62(b-c)
  • Sample use: N34 (VI.B.27):030(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.17 86-87, 92
“ESKIMO” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.27 82, 85-87;
  • Sample use: N34 (VI.B.27):082(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.17 103-105

N35 (VI.B.24) August 1929-February 1930

“CARTHAGE” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 7, 40-41, 188-189
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):007(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Grose, Captain Francis. A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (London: S. Hooper, 1785). XX
  • Source online: 1788 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 10(a)-11(h), 12(b)-23(e), 23(e-f), 25(e-f), 35(g)-37(d)
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):010(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.16 (74(c)-75(h), 75(i)-80(c), 80(e)-84(g), 85(g-h), 86(c-d), 93(h)-94(j)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.130
Poppy's Paper, XII, Nos 287-288 (issues of Aug 3, Aug 10, and Sep 7, 1929)
  • Original index: VI.B.24 57, 68, 92-95, 117, 119-121
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):092(f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose, John O'Hanlon and Vincent Deane
“CRICKET” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
Hartung, Ella. “The Flapper's Dictionary”, in The Flapper (Chicago: July 1922)
  • Source online: here or here
  • Original index: VI.B.24 170(a)-174(c)
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):170(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.16 178(g)-181(f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
“BELFAST” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 190-196
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):190(f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“LISBON” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 198-205
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):198(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“NEW YORK” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source PDF: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 205-209
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):205(c)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“MECCA” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“WARSAW” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 223-224
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):223(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“MADRID” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“VIENNA” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 224-225
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):224(i)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon SG/HF
“CHRISTIANIA” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 226-227
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):226(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon SG/HF
“BUCHAREST” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 227-229
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):227(j)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon SG/HF
Webb, John J. The Guilds of Dublin (Dublin: The Sign of the Three Candles, Jun 1929; London: Ernest Benn, 1929). X
  • Original index: VI.B.24 230(a)-237(f)
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):230(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.16 203(e)-206(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“CAIRO” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 238-240
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):238(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“BUDAPEST” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 244-246
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):244(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon SG/JJ
“BERLIN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 246-247
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):246(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“ATHENS” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 248-249
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):248(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“BRUSSELS” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 250-251
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):250(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Molloy, J. Fitzgerald. The Romance of the Irish Stage (London: Downey & Co., 1897).
  • Source online: volume I here, volume II here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24.253(a)-260(a)
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):253(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.16.210(c)-214(d)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • Note. An earlier index (see N28 (VI.D.6):065) drawn from this source appears in N28 (VI.D.6), in which instance only the first volume seems to have been read. A short, third sister index is found at N47 (VI.B.40):22.
“COPENHAGEN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 261-263
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):261(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon SG/JJ
“AMSTERDAM” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 264-270
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):264(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“CONSTANTINOPLE” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
Warburton, J., Rev. J. Whitelaw, and Rev. R. Walsh. A History of the City of Dublin (London: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1818).
“PEKING” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“PRAGUE” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source PDF: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 295-299
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):295(e)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“SOFIA” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.24 298-299
  • Sample use: N35 (VI.B.24):298(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

N36 (VI.B.29) Culprick: February-March 1930

“PEKING” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“PRAGUE” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“MECCA” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“STOCKHOLM” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 ffv, 1-5
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):ffv(c)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“TOKYO” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 5-8
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):005(d)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“ST PETERSBURG” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 8-11
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):008(d)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“DELHI” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 12-15
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):012(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“BERN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 16, 21
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):016(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“BELGRADE” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 21-24
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):021(e)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“BUENOS AIRES” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 24-26
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):024(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“EDINBURGH” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 27-39
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):027(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“JOHANNESBURG” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 39-40
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):039(f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“OTTAWA” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 40
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):040(c)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“MEXICO CITY” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 40-41
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):040(f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“KABUL” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 41
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):041(e)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“MELBOURNE” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 41-42
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):041(h)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Haliday, Charles. The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin (2nd edition: Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1884). XX
“WELLINGTON” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 51
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):051(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“WASHINGTON” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 51-57
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):051(f)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Hardiman, James. The History of the Town and County of the Town of Galway (Dublin: W. Folds & Sons, 1820; Galway: reprinted by “Connacht Tribune”, 1926). XX
Peter, A. Dublin Fragments, social and historic (Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co.; London: John Murray, 1925). X
“TEHERAN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 66
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):066(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“RANGOON” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source PDF: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 66-67
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):066(j)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Collins, James. Life in Old Dublin (Dublin: J. Duffy & Co., l913). XX
“DUBLIN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 77-80
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):077(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“RIO DE JANEIRO” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 80-82
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):080(g)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Fitzpatrick, Samuel A. Ossory. Dublin: A Historical and Topographical Account of the City (London: Methuen & Co., 1907). XX
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 82-93
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):082(d)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Joyce, Weston St. John. The Neighbourhood of Dublin (Dublin: Gill, 1921). XX
“PARIS” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 105-108
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):105(c)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Chart, D.A. The Story of Dublin (London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1907). X
Cosgrave, Dillon. North Dublin: City and Environs (Dublin: Catholic Truth Society, 1909). XX
  • Original index: VI.B.29 112-115
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):112(g)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, “North Dublin: City and Environs,” A Wake Newslitter 13, No. 1, p.14 (Feb 1976)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Dublin Corporation. The Official Guide to the City of Dublin (Dublin: William Hartnell & Co., published annually). X
  • Original index: VI.B.29 117
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):117(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“LONDON” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 119-122, 127-131
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):119(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“BRISTOL” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 123
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):123(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Hine, Reginald L. The History of Hitchin, Vol. I. (London: George Allen & Unwin, Dec 1927; or 2nd edition, Nov 1929)
  • Original index: VI.B.29 123, 126
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):126(e)
  • Identified by: Geert Lernout
  • Note: Joyce did not copy textual elements directly from the source, but from a typescript of extracts (Buffalo IX.A.2, see James Joyce Archive, “Notes, Criticism, &c.”, vol.II, pp.394-401) evidently prepared by one of his several collaborators on Haveth Childers Everywhere.
“Dublin Districts” Directory of Dublin (Dublin: Alex Thom & Co., 1904).
  • Source online: 1904 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 134-135
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):134(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Rowntree, B. Seebohm. Poverty, a study of town life (3rd edition: London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1922).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 137-143, 146-153, 162-174
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):137(g)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“Dublin Annals” Directory of Dublin (Dublin: Alex Thom & Co., 1904).
Booth, William. In Darkest England and the Way Out (London: Salvation Army, 1890).
Irving, Washington. A History of New York, by Diedrich Knickerbocker (edition unknown). X
Ferguson, Charles W. The Confusion of Tongues. A review of modern “isms” (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., l928; London: Heinemann, May 1929). X
  • Original index: VI.B.29 204-209, 218-220
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):204(d)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“Lord Mayors” Directory of Dublin (Dublin: Alex Thom & Co., 1904).
  • Source online: 1904 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.29 217
  • Sample use: N36 (VI.B.29):217(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

N37 (VI.B.28A) end March-April 1930

“Lord Mayors” Directory of Dublin (Dublin: Alex Thom & Co., 1904).
  • Source online: 1904 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.28 1-4;
  • Sample use: N37 (VI.B.28A):001(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 236
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Werner, M.R. Brigham Young (New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1925; London: Jonathan Cape, 1925).
  • Source online: here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: borrowed April 2, 1929; returned January 18, 1930.
  • Original index: VI.B.28 5-6;
  • Sample use: N37 (VI.B.28A):005(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 236-237
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: reference in notebook at N17 (VI.B.9):136(a).
Ronan, Rev. Myles V. “Religious Customs of Dublin Medieval Gilds” The Irish Ecclesiastical Record (Dublin: Browne & Nolan, September 1925)
  • Original index: VI.B.28.007
  • Sample use: N37 (VI.B.28A):007(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Berry, Henry F. The Merchant Tailors' Gild—That of St John the Baptist, Dublin, 1418-1841 Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, XLVIII, 19-64 (30 June 1918).
  • Original index: VI.B.28.008
  • Sample use: N37 (VI.B.28A):008(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Werner, M.R. P.T. Barnum (New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1923; London: Jonathan Cape, 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.28 9;
  • Sample use: N37 (VI.B.28A):009(a)
  • Shakespeare & Co.: borrowed April 2, 1929; returned January 18, 1930.
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 239-239
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: reference in notebook at N17 (VI.B.9):136(a).

N38 (VI.B.32) Romeo de Rezske: May-November 1930

Morning Post (London: 19 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 16(b); 23(d)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):016(b)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Morning Post (London: 17 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 17(a)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):018(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Daily Telegraph (London: 19 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 18(f)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):018(f)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Irish Times (Dublin: 7 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 26(d)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):026(d)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Morning Post (London: 21 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 29(a)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):029(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Morning Post (London: 6 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 29(b-c)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):029(b)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Times (London: 23 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 34(e)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):034(e)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Morning Post (London: 24 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 36(d-3); 37(a)-38(d)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):036(d)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Times (London: 27 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 59(c) 60(a)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):059(c)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Times (London: 26 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 72(a) 79(e)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):072(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Times (London: 28 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 72(b)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):072(b)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Times (London: 31 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 72(c); 73(a-c)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):072(c)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Morning Post (London: 28 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 78(b)-79(b)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):078(b)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Times (London: 29 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 81(b); 82(a)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):081(b)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
The Times (London: 19 May 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 85(a)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):085(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Jabotinsky, Vladimir. Samson the Nazarite, trans. from the German by Cyrus Brooks (London: Secker, Jan 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 074(a)-76(b); 80(e)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):074(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 264-266
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Samson the Nazarite” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 4, 51-55 (Spring 1989)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • See also: reference in notebook at N38 (VI.B.32):043(c), and mention in letters of 28 May and 1 June 1930.
“WALES” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.32 099-102, 110-115
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):099(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 272-276
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon.
Ellis, S.M. The Life of Michael Kelly: Musician, Actor, and Bon Viveur 1762-1826 (London: Victor Gollancz, 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 132(a)-135(a)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):132(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
“MINORCA” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.32 136(a-c)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):136(a)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by Vincent Deane.
Paget, Sir Richard. Babel, or, The Past, Present and Future of Human Speech (London: Kegan Paul, 1930).
Paget, Sir Richard. Human Speech. Some Observations, Experiments and Conclusions as to the Nature, Origin, Purpose and Possible Improvement of Human Speech (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 147(b)-153(g
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):147(b)
  • Publication: Laurent Milesi, ‘Supplementing Babel: Paget in VI.B.32’ in Dirk Van Hulle, editor, James Joyce: The Study of Languages (New Comparative Poetics, No. 6. Brussels, 2002)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane, Sam Slote
Budge, E.A. Wallis. The Book of the Dead (London: British Museum pamphlet, 1920).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.32 158-172;
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):158(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 14-21
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. Chapters of Coming Forth by Day (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1982).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon.
“CLAN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.32 179d
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):179(d)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon.
Scottish Clans and their Tartans, Twelfth edition (Edinburgh: W. & A. K. Johnston, 1918).
  • Original index: VI.B.32 183(b)-194(e)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):183(b)
  • Raphael copy:
  • Identified by Vincent Deane, John O'Hanlon.

Burton, Richard. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with Introduction | Explanatory Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men | and a Terminal Essay upon the History of the Nights | [with] Supplemental Nights with notes anthropological and explanatory: in 17 volumes (The Burton Club, Denver Colorado: 1919).
  • Source online: Burton Club edition here; also [vol. x] here
  • Original index: VI.B.32 206(a)-208(b), 220(a)-225(c)
  • Sample use: N38 (VI.B.32):206(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.8 37(a)-38(a), 43(j)-46(d)
  • Publication: [part only] Aida Yared, "Joyce's Sources: Sir Richard F. Burton's Terminal Essay in Finnegans Wake," Joyce Studies Annual 2000, 124-166 (Austin, Texas, 2000)
  • Identified by: Aida Yared (after James Atherton).
  • Joyce's notes are drawn from the “Terminal Essay” in vol. X, 73-85 and X, 87-143.
  • See also: sourced index at N40 (VI.B.28B).206, N41 (VI.B.33):013 and N56 (VI.B.41):123
Hunt, Rev. William Saunders. India's Outcastes: A New Era (London: Church Missionary Society, 1924).

N39 (VI.X.4) late 1930

N40 (VI.B.28B) early 1931

Hunt, Rev. William Saunders. India's Outcastes: A New Era (London: Church Missionary Society, 1924).
“DEVIL” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.28 39(b)-47(d)
  • Sample use: N40 (VI.B.28B):039(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 254(b)-259(e)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“DEMONOLOGY” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.28 53(f)-58(c)
  • Sample use: N40 (VI.B.28B):053(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 262(f)-264(c)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“ANGEL” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
Burton, Richard. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with Introduction, Explanatory Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men, and a Terminal Essay upon the History of the Nights, Supplemental Nights with notes anthropological and explanatory: in 17 volumes (The Burton Club, Denver Colorado: 1919).
  • Source online: Burton Club edition here; also [vol. x] here; also [vol. xvi] here
  • Original index: (a) VI.B.28B.061(a)-63(d), (b) 78(a)-81(d)
  • Sample use: N40 (VI.B.28B):061(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9.265(a)-266(f)
  • Publication [part only]: Aida Yared, "Joyce's Sources: Sir Richard F. Burton's Terminal Essay in Finnegans Wake," Joyce Studies Annual 2000, 124-166 (Austin, Texas, 2000)
  • Identified by: Aida Yared (after James Atherton), Danis Rose.
  • Note. Joyce's notes are from the “Terminal Essay:” (a) X, 163-180 and (b) X, 191-237.
  • See also: sourced index at N38 (VI.B.32):206, N41 (VI.B.33):013 and N56 (VI.B.41):123
Burton, Richard. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with Introduction | Explanatory Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men | and a Terminal Essay upon the History of the Nights | [with] Supplemental Nights with notes anthropological and explanatory: in 17 volumes (The Burton Club, Denver Colorado: 1919).
  • Source online: Burton Club edition here; also [vol. xvi] here
  • Original index: 89(b)-102(a) [Supplemental Nights: appendix to vol. xvi: written by W.F. Kirby; also, early pages of same volume, the tale "The Say of Haykar the Sage".]
  • Sample use: N40 (VI.B.28B):089(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9.272(c)-273(k), bfr(a)-bfv(g)
  • Publication [part only]: Aida Yared, “Joyce's Sources: Sir Richard F. Burton's Terminal Essay in Finnegans Wake”, Joyce Studies Annual 2000, 124-166 (Austin, Texas, 2000)
  • Identified by: Aida Yared (after James Atherton).
  • Note. Joyce's notes are from the concluding vol. xvi: the Appendix, written by W.F. Kirby, pp.319-324, and from the tale "The Say of Haykar the Sage," pp.2-12, 28-33.
Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. Souvenir of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Opening of the Gaiety Theatre (Dublin: Dollard Printing House, 1896). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.28B.168(b-c, e)
  • Sample use: N40 (VI.B.28B):168(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.10 39(b, c, e)
  • Identified by: Fritz Senn
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.276.
  • See also: index at N51 (VI.B.44):098(s)..
Gomme, Alice Bertha. The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland: with tunes, singing rhymes and methods of playing according to the variants extant and recorded in different parts of the kingdom (London: David Nutt, 1894), reprinted London: Church Missionary Society, 1924).
  • Source online [Vol. 1]: here. Volume II: here (also see Singing games).
  • Original index: VI.B.28B 178(c)-191(f) [intermittently]
  • Sample use: N40 (VI.B.28B):178(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.10 44(f)-51(k) [unusued]
  • Identified by: Danis Rose.
  • Note. Joyce refers non-specifically to children's games in a letter of 4 March 1931. It may not be the only games source Joyce drew elements from at the same time.

N41 (VI.B.33) Prince Consort: late February-early April 1931

Burton, Richard. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with Introduction | Explanatory Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men | and a Terminal Essay upon the History of the Nights | [with] Supplemental Nights with notes anthropological and explanatory: in 17 volumes (The Burton Club, Denver Colorado: 1919).
  • Source online: Burton Club edition here; also [vol. xvi] here
  • Original index: VI.B.33 13(e)-19(d); 106(a)-110c
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):013(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6.154(i)-157(f), 200-202
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon (after Aida Yared and James Atherton).
  • Joyce's notes are taken from vols. VII, II, and V.
  • See also: sourced index at N38 (VI.B.32):206, N40 (VI.B.28B).206 and N56 (VI.B.41):123
Crofts, Maud I. Women under English Law (1st edition: London: The National Council of Women of Great Britain, 1925).
  • Original index: VI.B.33 1-4, 20-23, 34, 37-43;
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):001(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 150-151, 158-160, 165-168
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, “Constructing Finnegans Wake: Three Indexes,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 3-15 (Feb. 1980).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: mention in letter of 4 March 1931.
Connelly, Mark. The Green Pastures, a play (New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1929).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.33 7(a)-10(e)
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):007(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 152-153
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “The Green Pastures” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 4, 56-60 (Spring 1989)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Hall, J.B. Random Records of a Reporter (London: Simpkin Marshall; Dublin: Fodhla Printing Co., n.d.)
  • Original index: VI.B.33 13(a)-(c), 24(c)-25(d), 34(36)d 35(c) 49(g)-50(b)
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):013(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh
Anon. Robin Hood and the Tanner, a ballad (n.d.)
  • Original index: VI.B.33 26c-27d
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):026(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6
  • Identified by:
Gomme, Alice B. and Sharp, Cecil J. eds. Children's Singing Games, Set V (London: Novello, 1923).
  • Original index: VI.B.33 27(g)-29(a)
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):027(g)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6
  • Identified by: Daniel Ferrer
Waite, A.E. The Occult Sciences (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1891)
  • Source online: here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: borrowed February 5, 1931.
  • Original index: VI.B.33 45-48, 58-63;
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):045(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 ??
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Verrimst, V.-F. Rondes et Chansons Populaires, illustrées avec musique et accompagnement (Paris: A. Lahure, 1886).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.33 48-49, 63-65, 70, 87-88, 176-177, 190-193;
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):048(h)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 172, 178-179, 181, 189, 235-236
  • Publication:
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Song Hoard: Four Indexes” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 6, 12-40 (1990-1991)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.302
Swedenborg, Emanuel. Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love (London: The Swedenborg Society [edition unknown]).
  • Source online: 1859 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.33 52(a)-57(b)
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):052(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 174-176
  • Publication: Roland MacHugh. “Angelic Wisdom,” A Finnegans Wake Circular 1, 2-4 (Autumn 1985)
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh
  • See also: mention in letters of 28 May 1929 and 4 March 1931.
Malleus Maleficarum. Translated with an introduction, bibliography and notes by the Rev. Montague Summers (London: John Rodker, 1928)
Young, Filson. Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson (Edinburgh and London: Hodge Notable British Trials, 1923).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.33 71-3, 79-82, 88-92, 98, 100, 119-122, 131-133, 156-166, 175-179
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):071(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 ??
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Trial of Frederick Bywaters” in European Joyce Studies, 4: 165-294.
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Trobridge, George. A Life of Emanuel Swedenborg (2nd edition: London: Frederick Warne & Co., l914; or, London: The Swedenborg Society, 1920).
  • Source online: 1920 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.33 92(d)-93(g), 95(a)-96(d), 170(a)-173(b), 186(f)-190(c)
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):092(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 193, 229-230, 191-192, 234-235
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Constructing Finnegans Wake: Three Indexes,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 3-15 (Feb 1980).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: mention in letter of 28 May 1929.
Bowman, Miss Isa. The Story Of Lewis Carroll. Told for young people by the real Alice in Wonderland (London: J.M.Dent, 1899; New York, E.P. Dutton, 1900).
  • Source online: 1900 edition here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: borrowed February 16, 1928.
  • Original index: VI.B.33 183(b)-186(e), 194(f)-197(e), 198(a-f)
  • Sample use: N41 (VI.B.33):183(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.6 232-234, 237
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, “Constructing Finnegans Wake: Three Indexes,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 3-15 (Feb 1980).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

SD1 (VI.A, handwriting D, part 1) Scribbledehobble: early March 1931: Paris.

Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 3 (Paris: June 1927).
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 5 (Paris: August 1927).
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 4 (Paris: July 1927).
ROBERTS, T.R. The Proverbs of Wales: a selection of Welsh proverbs with English translations (London: Francis Griffiths, 1909).
  • Source online: 1885 edition only here.
  • Original index: SD1.037-38
  • Sample use: SD1 (VI.A):037(p)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane and Roland MacHugh, “Robert's Proverbs of Wales” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 4, 32-35 (Winter 1988)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane and Roland McHugh
  • See also: index at VI.B.25
GIBBON, Edward Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (edition unknown).
  • Original index: SD1.045-7
  • Sample use: SD1 (VI.A):045(i)
  • Publication: RolandMacHugh. “Gibbon in VI.A,” A Finnegans Wake Circular 3, 77-8 (Summer 1988).
  • Identified by: Roland MacHugh

N42 (VI.B.31) April-November 1931

Chiniquy. The Priest, The Woman, and The Confessional (London: Protestant Truth Society, n.d.) Multiple editions, British and American, of this volume exist.
  • Source online: 1887 Chicago reprint here.
  • Original index: VI.B.31 1-31
  • Sample use: N42 (VI.B.31):001(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 129-138
  • Identified by: Ingeborg Landuyt
Lane-Poole, Stanley. The Speeches and Table-Talk of the Prophet Mohammad (London: Macmillan, 1882).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.31 44-69
  • Sample use: N42 (VI.B.31):044(e)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 143-151
  • Publication: Roland MacHugh, “Mohammad in Notebook VI.B.31,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 51-58 (Aug 1979).
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh
Picture Play Magazine (New York: Street & Smith Publications, 1931).
Hargrave, Basil Origins and Meanings of Popular Phrases & Names, including those which came into use during the Great War (London: T. Werner Laurie Ltd., April 1932).
  • Original index: VI.B.31 86-87;
  • Sample use: N42 (VI.B.31):086(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 156-157
  • Publication: Danis Rose, “War Slang,” A Wake Newslitter 14, 86 (October, 1977).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.136.
Douglas, Norman. London Street Games (2nd edition: London: Chatto and Windus, May 1931). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.31 185-187, 191-198;
  • Sample use: N42 (VI.B.31):185(d)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.9 194-200
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, “Norman Douglas Guess Where” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 1, 85-92 (Summer 1986)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N42 (VI.B.31):a01(a).
Douglas, Norman. London Street Games (2nd edition: London: Chatto and Windus, May 1931). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: missing
  • Sample use: N42 (VI.B.31):a01(a)
  • Publication: A Finnegans Wake Circular 1, 85-92 (Summer 1986)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N42 (VI.B.31):185(b).

SD2 (VI.A, handwriting D, part 2) Scribbledehobble: October-November 1931: Paris.

Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 1 (Paris: April 1927).
  • Original index: SD2.744 et seq.
  • Sample use: SD2 (VI.A):744(a)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 2 (Paris: May 1927).
  • Original index: SD2.747 et seq
  • Sample use: SD2 (VI.A):747(h)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 3 (Paris: June 1927).
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 5 (Paris: August 1927).
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 6 (Paris: September 1927).
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 7 (Paris: October 1927).
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, Anna Livia Plurabelle (London: Faber and Faber, 1930).
“BEELZEBUB” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: SD2.747-48
  • Sample use: SD2 (VI.A):743(h)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose

N43 (VI.B.35) 1932

Clodd, Edward. The Story of the Alphabet (revised edition: London, New York and Toronto: Hodder and Stoughton, 1913). X
  • Source online: 1913 N.Y. edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.35 93-106; also VI.B.49.b.
  • Sample use: N43 (VI.B.35):093(b)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.17 30-42 VI.C.14 257-260
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Claybook for Finnegans Wake,” A Finnegans Wake Circular, 3, 21-39 (Winter 1987)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane.
  • See also: mention in letters of 2 September 1926 and 15 August 1932, and sourced index at N25 (VI.B.15):147(l).
  • Note. Elements entered on VI.B.49.b also derive from this source. See Danis Rose and Vincent Deane, “Clodd in VI.B.49.e,” A Finnegans Wake Circular, 3, 57-60 (Spring 1988).

N44 (VI.B.34) Curran: 1933-1934

Sheed, F.J. [editor] The Irish Way (London: Sheed and Ward, May 1932) [Buff 268] X

N45 (VI.B.43) Morning Colours: 1934

N46 (VI.B.36) 1934

Le Fanu, J. Sheridan The House by the Churchyard (London: Macmillan, 1899).
Fitzpatrick, H.M. “The Trees of Ireland—Native and Introduced.”, Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, no. 41, vol. 20, 597-656 (Dublin, 1933).
  • Original index: VI.B.36 206-208
  • Sample use: N46 (VI.B.36):206(b)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Textual Diaries of James Joyce (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1995), pages 150-153.
  • Identified by: John O'Hanlon
  • Entered into notebook July 1934 (see Letter, III, 10 July 1934).
  • See also: sourced index at N53 (VI.B.46):121

N47 (VI.B.40) Glasshouse: 1935

Molloy, J. Fitzgerald. The Romance of the Irish Stage, with pictures of the Irish Capital in the Eighteenth Century [2 volumes] (London, Downey & Co. Ltd., 1897)
Cosgrave, Dillon. North Dublin: City and Environs (Dublin: Catholic Truth Society, 1909). X
  • Original index: VI.B.40 30(f)-34(d)
  • Sample use: N47 (VI.B.40):030(f)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. A Wake Newslitter 13, 14 (February, 1976).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Note. An earlier sister index appears in N36 (VI.B.29).112
Budge, E.A. Wallis. The Book of the Dead. 2nd Ed (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1909). X
  • Source online: 1895 edition here
  • Original index: VI.B.40 B.40.138(a)-145(e), 149(b)-158(a), 161(g), a01(a-e)
  • Sample use: N47 (VI.B.40):138(a)
  • Publication: Chapters of Coming Forth by Day; Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1982.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

N48 (VI.B.38) Select Ode: 1935

Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 2 (Paris: May 1927). Copied from the second set of marked transition pages prepared in mid-1930s for the printer of Finnegans Wake.
  • Original index: VI.B.38 64-65
  • Sample use: N48 (VI.B.38):064(a)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.18 34-35
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Joyce, James. “Work in Progress”, transition 4 (Paris: July 1927). Copied from the second set of marked transition pages prepared in mid-1930s for the printer of Finnegans Wake.
  • Original index: VI.B.38 70
  • Sample use: N48 (VI.B.38):070(f)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.18 37
  • Identified by: Danis Rose

N49 (VI.B.39) Arbour Hill: 1936

Collins, James. Life in Old Dublin (Dublin: J. Duffy & Co., l913). XX

N50 (VI.B.37) Spree: 1936-1937

Bugge, Alexander Contributions to the History of the Norsemen in Ireland [Part I: The royal race of Dublin.] (Christiania: J. Dybwad, 1900).
Worsaae, Jens Jacob Asmussen. An Account of the Danes and Norwegians in England, Scotland and Ireland (London: John Murray, 1852).
“EAR” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
“Judges” 6, The Bible (King James version).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.37 130-132;
  • Sample use: N50 (VI.B.37):130(c)
  • Raphael copy: VI.C.17 195
  • Publication: Fritz Senn. “Seeking a Sign,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 25-29 (April, 1979).
  • Identified by: Fritz Senn
  • Usage mentioned in Letters, III, 1 December, 1936.

N51 (VI.B.44) Old Reliable: 1937

Levey, R.M., and O'Rorke, J. Annals of the Theatre Royal (Dublin: Joseph Dollard, Printer, 1880).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.44 98, 101-103, 119, 123-124, 130-133, 136-146
  • Sample use: N51 (VI.B.44):101(a)
  • Publication: Roland MacHugh, “The Theatre Royal in Notebook VI.B.44,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 67-72 (Oct 1979).
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh.
Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. Souvenir of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Opening of the Gaiety Theatre (Dublin: Dollard Printing House, 1896). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.44 98e, 118f-123. “Dublin Theatres”, A Wake Digest, Sydney U. Press, 1968
  • Sample use: N51 (VI.B.44):098(e)
  • Identified by: Fritz Senn
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.276.
  • See also: index at VI.B.026(d).
Hughes, Rev. S.C. The Pre-Victorian Drama in Dublin (Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co, 1904).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.44 146-149
  • Sample use: N51 (VI.B.44):146(b)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Peter, A. Dublin Fragments, social and historic (Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co.; London: John Murray, 1925). X
Fay, William G. A Short Glossary of Theatrical Terms (London: Samuel French, Aug 1930).
  • Original index: VI.B.44 178-184
  • Sample use: N51 (VI.B.44):178(b)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane and Roland MacHugh. “Theatrical Terms in VI.B.44”, A Finnegans Wake Circular 1, 60-68 (Spring 1986)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane and Roland MacHugh.

N52 (VI.B.42) Knout: 1937

Twain, Mark. Huckleberry Finn (edition unknown).
  • Source online: 1916 London edition here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: purchased April 3, 1936.
  • Original index: VI.B.42 82-83, 142-148
  • Sample use: N52 (VI.B.42):082(b)
  • Publication: Danis Rose, “More on Huck Finn,” A Wake Newslitter, volume 17, no. 2, pp. 19-20 (April 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also: mention in letter of 8 August 1937 and sourced index at N53 (VI.B.46):017
Yeats, W.B. A Vision (London: Macmillan & Co., Oct l937). X
  • Original index: VI.B.42 136-139, 155-158, 161
  • Sample use: N52 (VI.B.42):136(f)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon, “Specific Use of Yeats's “A Vision” in Finnegans Wake,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 35-44 (June 1979).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.315.
  • See also: index below
Le Fanu, J. Sheridan The House by the Churchyard (London: Macmillan, 1899).
Yeats, W.B. A Vision (London: Macmillan & Co., Oct l937). X
  • Original index: BL Add MS 47488 253, 257, missing page
  • Sample use: N52 (VI.B.42):a01(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Specific use of Yeats's A Vision in Finnegans Wake,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 35-44 (Jun 1979).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.315.
  • See also: index above

N53 (VI.B.46) Fall: 1937-1938

Twain, Mark. Huckleberry Finn (edition unknown).
  • Source online: 1916 London edition here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: purchased April 3, 1936.
  • Original index: VI.B.46 17-20
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):017(af)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 18-31.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also: mention in letter of 8 August 1937 and sourced index at N52 (VI.B.42):082, the origin of the material at VI.B.46.016(a)-VI.B.46.017(ae).
MacPherson, James. The Poems of Ossian, volume I (Edinburgh: London: Lackington, Allen & Co., 1806).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.46 22-24
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):022(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 34-44.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also sourced index from Vol. II at N54 (VI.B.45):11. Joyce had earlier taken notes from MacPherson for the Cyclops episode of Ulysses (see Sheets 12.004).
Weseen, Maurice H. A Dictionary of American Slang (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1934).
  • Original index: VI.B.46 44
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):044(b)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 34-44.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Mauthner, Fritz. Beiträge zu einer Kritik der Sprache. 3 vols (Stuttgart: J.G. Cott'asche Buchhandlung, 1901-2).
Meillet, Antoine. “Le nom d'homme” in Linguistique historique et linguistique générale, Tome 1 (Paris, E. Champion, 1921).
Trogan, Edouard. , watercolours by Job (Jacques Onfroy de Bréville) Les Mots Historiques du Pays de France (Tours: Maison Alfred Mame et fils, ed. unknown).
Mackirdy, Mrs Archibald, and Willis, W.N. The White Slave Market (London: Stanley Paul & Co., 1912).
  • Source online: 1912 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.46 61
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):061(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 121-124.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Jespersen, Otto. Language: its Nature, Development and Origin (London: Allen & Unwin, 1922). X
MacAlister, R.A. Stewart. The Secret Languages of Ireland (Cambridge University Press, January 1937).
Comyn, David. The Youthful Exploits of Fionn, or, Mac-Ghniomhartha Fhinn (Dublin, M.H.Gill, 1881).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.46 85-87
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):085(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 172-181.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Mawer, Allen. The Vikings, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1913).
Jones, W. Lewis. King Arthur in History and Legend, 2nd ed. (Cambridge University Press, 1914).
Popular Wireless and Television Times, no. 812 (London: December 25th, 1937).
  • Original index: VI.B.46 95
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):095(a)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu, “Television in Notebook VI.B.46”, Genetic Joyce Studies Issue 20 (Spring 2020)
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
Ridgway, Athelstan. [editor] A Dictionary of Dates (London: J.M. Dent, 1932). (The original edition was edited by Eric F. Smith.)
  • Original index: VI.B.46 96, 98, 100, 104
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):096(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 209-220.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.68.
McNeile, H.C., “Sapper” John Walters (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1927).
Spaeth, Sigmund. Read 'Em and Weep: the songs you forgot to remember (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1935). X
  • Original index: VI.B.46 104, 107, 109-110, 112
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):104(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 235-246.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Stanford University: JJ Personal Library item no. ?
  • Sister indexes are found in N54 (VI.B.45) and N56 (VI.B.41).
Irish Book Bureau The 1916 Song Book (Dublin: Irish Book Bureau, [1937 or 1938]). X
  • Original index: VI.B.46 105-106
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):105(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 247-251.
  • See also: Danis Rose, “More on 1916,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 59 (Aug 1979)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • This booklet was first published in November 1937. See also: reference in notebook at N52 (VI.B.42):171(f).
Stanford, C.V. The Complete Collection of Irish Music, as Noted by George Petrie (London & New York: Irish Lit. Soc. of London, 1905).
  • Original index: VI.B.46 108-109
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):108(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 258-262.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also: mention in letter of 18 February 1935.
“Irish Family Names: O'Reilly”, Weekly Irish Times (Dublin: 21 January 1933).
  • Original index: VI.B.46 111-112
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):111(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 263-267;
  • See also: Danis Rose, “Weekly Irish Times,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 77-78 (Oct 1979)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also VI.B.44.151(d), a draft of letter of 17 August 1937. See also Letters, NLGC, 26 January, and NLPL, 2 February, 1938, and source at N55 (VI.X.5):001(a).
Crone, John S. A Concise Dictionary of Irish Biography (Dublin: Talbot Press; London: Longmans, April 1928).
  • Source online: here,
  • Original index: VI.B.46 115-116, 130
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):115(b)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 273-280.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • See also: sourced index at N56 (VI.B.41):101
Fitzpatrick, H.M. “The Trees of Ireland—Native and Introduced.”, Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, no. 41, volume 20, 597-656 (Dublin, 1933).
  • Original index: VI.B.46 121a-am, a03a-ai
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):121(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Textual Diaries of James Joyce (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1995), pages 150-168.
  • Identified by: John O'Hanlon
  • See also: mention in letter of 10 July 1934 and sourced index at N46 (VI.B.36):206
Herold, A. Ferdinand. La Vie Du Bouddha (Paris: L'Édition d'Art. H. Piazza, 1922).
  • Source online: 1926 edition here,
  • Original index: VI.B.46 122-125
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):122(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 297-307.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Joyce's receipt of this book mentioned in Letters, NLPL, 12 February, 1938)
Jespersen, Otto. An International Language (London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1928). X
  • Original index: VI.B.46 131 et seq.
  • Sample use: N53 (VI.B.46):131(b)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 309-326 (passim).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose

N54 (VI.B.45) Remember G: 1938

Sainean, L. La Langue de Rabelais (Paris: Ed. de Boccard, vol.1 1922, vol.2 1923).
  • Source online: volume 1 here, volume 2 here.
  • Original index: VI.B.45.076(a)-81(f).
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):076(a)
  • Publication: Claude Jacquet. Joyce et Rabelais: Aspects de la creation verbale dans Finnegans Wake (Paris: Didier, 1972); Danis Rose, A Wake Newslitter 18, No. 6, 106-8 (December 1976).
  • Identified by: Claude Jacquet
  • See also: mention in letter of 31 May 1927.
Ardill, Rev. John Roche. St. Patrick A.D. 180 (London: John Murray; and Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co., [Dec. 1931]). X
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.45 81-82
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):081(g)
  • Publication: Danis Rose, “Saint Patrick A.D. 180,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 27-28 (April l980).
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
Meillet, A. and Cohen, Marcel. Les langues du monde (Paris: Librairie Ancienne Éduard Champion, 1924).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.45.084(a)-91(c)
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):084(a)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane. “Les Langues de Monde in VI.B.45,” A Finnegans Wake Circular 3, 61-74 (Summer 1988)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Holland, Edith. The Story of Mohammed (London: George G. Harrap, 1914; New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1914)
MacPherson, James. The Poems of Ossian, volume II (Edinburgh: London: Lackington, Allen & Co., 1806).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.45 111(a)-118(e)
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):111(a)
  • Publication: Fritz Senn, “Ossianic Echoes,” A Wake Newslitter 3, 25-36 (April 1966)
  • Identified by: Fritz Senn
  • See also sourced index from Vol. I at N53 (VI.B.46):22; and Ward Swinson, “MacPherson in Finnegans Wake,” A Wake Newslitter 9, 89-95 (Oct 1972). Joyce had earlier taken notes from MacPherson for the Cyclops episode of Ulysses (see Sheets 12.004).
Crow, Carl. Master Kung. The Story of Confucius (London: Hamish Hamilton, Sep 1937). X
  • Source online: 1937 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.45 119-121
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):119(a)
  • Publication: Roland MacHugh, “Confucius in VI.B.45,” A Wake Newslitter 16, 83-88 (December, 1979).
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh
Moore, Thomas. Moore's Irish Melodies with the celebrated and unsurpassed symphonies and accompaniments of Sir John Stevenson and Sir Henry Bishop (London: Ward, Lock, Bowen & Co., n.d.).
  • Source online: 1882 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.45 122(h)-123(e)
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):122(h)
  • Publication: Danis Rose, John O'Hanlon and Vincent Deane. “Thomas Moore's Celebrated Irish Melodies at the Wake”, A Finnegans Wake Circular 5 (1989-1990), pages 1-40.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.207
  • See also: sourced indexes at N4 (VI.B.25):084 and N54 (VI.B.45):app.
Jones, W. Lewis. King Arthur in History and Legend, 2nd ed. (Cambridge University Press, 1914).
Roscoe, H.E. Science Primers: Chemistry (New York: American Book Company, n.d.).
Pilkington, Letitia. Memoirs of Mrs. Letitia Pilkington, 1712-1750 Written by Herself (London: G. Routledge and sons, Limited, 1928)
  • Source online: Joyce's immediate source can be inspected here; the 3-volume edition of 1748-1754 can be read here.
  • Shakespeare & Co.: book borrowed April 28, 1928.
  • Original index: VI.B.45 126(a-d), 132(d)-133(j); 138(a-e).
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):126(a)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu, “Memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington in VI.B.45Genetic Joyce Studies 2018.
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
Daumal, René. “Les pouvoirs de la parole dans la poétique hindoue” Mesures 2 (Paris: 15 April 1938), pp. 79-106.
  • Source online: A reprint of the article can be viewed here, as pages [53]-[90].
  • Original index: VI.B.45 129(l-r); 130(a,c-e); 132(a-c)
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):129(l)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu, “René Daumal’s Les pouvoirs de la parole in Notebook VI.B.45Genetic Joyce Studies 2020.
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu.
  • The page numbers cited in the notebook transcription are those of the online publication, not the original.
Mawers, Allen. The Vikings., in three volumes (Cambridge University Press, 1913)
  • Original index: VI.B.45 133(k)-137(k), 138(g), bfr(a).
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):133(k)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu, “The Vikings in Notebook VI.B.45Genetic Joyce Studies 2018.
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
  • Note: pertaining to source pages 83 up to 113, this is the final of three sister indexes: see See also: sourced indexes at N14 (VI.B.7):76ff (from source pages 158-160, 169) and N53 (VI.B.46):88 (from source pages 133-7: Chapter VIII — Viking Civilisation to Chapter XII — Scandinavian Influence in the Empire and Iceland).
Spaeth, Sigmund. Read 'Em and Weep: the songs you forgot to remember (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1935). X
  • Original index: VI.B.45 138(k)-141(b)
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):138(k)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. The Index Manuscript: holograph workbook VI.B.46 (Colchester: A Wake Newslitter Press, 1978), pages 235-246.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Stanford University: JJ Personal Library item no. ?
  • Sister indexes are found in N53 (VI.B.46) and N56 (VI.B.41).
Lévy-Bruhl, Lucien. L'expérience mystique et les symboles chez les Primitifs (Paris: Librairie Félix Alcan, 1938).
Moore, Thomas. Moore's Irish Melodies with the celebrated and unsurpassed symphonies and accompaniments of Sir John Stevenson and Sir Henry Bishop (London: Ward, Lock, Bowen & Co., n.d.) [See James Joyce Archive, volume 63]
  • Source online: 1882 edition here.
  • Original index: Buffalo JJ personal library item 207
  • Sample use: N54 (VI.B.45):a01(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose, John O'Hanlon and Vincent Deane. “Moore at the Wake”, A Finnegans Wake Circular 5 (1989-1990) pages 1-40.
  • Identified by: Danis Rose
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.207.
  • See also: sourced indexes at N4 (VI.B.25) and N54 (VI.B.45):122.

N55 (VI.X.5) Finnegan: Summer 1938

“Irish Family Names: Finnegan”, Weekly Irish Times (Dublin: 18 July 1936).
Downing, W.H. (Late 57th Battalion, A.I.F.) Digger Dialects: A Collection of Slang Phrases used by the Australian Soldiers on Active Service{ (Melbourne and Sydney: Lothian Book Publishing Company, 1919).
Roscoe, H.E. Science Primers: Chemistry (New York: American Book Company, n.d.).
Neffgen, H. Grammar and Vocabulary of the Samoan Language, trans. by Arnold B. Stock (London: Keegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., Ltd. Broadway House, 1918).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.X.5 10
  • Sample use: N55 (VI.X.5):010(a)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur “Samoan in Finnegans Wake”, Genetic Joyce Studies Issue 20 (Spring 2020)
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur. Further information by Danis Rose and Robbert-Jan Henkes.

N56 (VI.B.41) Rearranged: late August-mid October 1938

“FINLAND” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.41 96-97
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):096(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Finn MacCool and the Final Weeks of Work in Progress,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 69-87 (Oct. 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
“FINNO-UGRIAN” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.41 97-100
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):097(g)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Finn MacCool and the Final Weeks of Work in Progress,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 69-87 (Oct. 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: mention in Jacques Mercanton's memoirs, 15 April 1938.
“FINN MAC COOL” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1911).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.41 100, 102
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):100(e)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Finn MacCool and the Final Weeks of Work in Progress,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 69-87 (Oct. 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Crone, John S. A Concise Dictionary of Irish Biography (Dublin: Talbot Press; London: Longmans, April 1928).
Cross, Tom Peete, and Clark Harris Slover. Ancient Irish Tales (New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1936; London: George G. Harrap & Co., [Nov. 1936]). XX
  • Source online: 1996 reprint here.
  • Original index: VI.B.41 103, 105, 115-116, 120-122
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):103(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Finn MacCool and the Final Weeks of Work in Progress,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 69-87 (Oct. 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N58 (VI.B.30):028
Burton, Richard. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with Introduction | Explanatory Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men | and a Terminal Essay Upon the History of the Nights | [with] Supplemental Nights with Notes Anthropological and Explanatory: in 17 volumes (The Burton Club, Denver Colorado: 1919).
  • Source online: Burton Club edition here; also [vol. x] here
  • Original index: VI.B.41 123(a)-128(f)
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):123(a)
  • Publication [without notebook references]: Aida Yared, “Joyce's Sources: Sir Richard F. Burton's Terminal Essay in Finnegans Wake”, Joyce Studies Annual 2000, 124-166 (Austin, Texas, 2000)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon (after Aida Yared and James Atherton).
  • Note. Joyce's notes are from the “Terminal Essay:” X, 130-172 and X, 51.
  • See also: sourced index at N38 (VI.B.32):206, N40 (VI.B.28B).061 and N41 (VI.B.33):013
  Weekley, Ernest The Romance of Names, (London: John Murray, 1914)
Linnaeus, (Carl Linné). Works (Edition unknown).
Spaeth, Sigmund. Read 'Em and Weep: the songs you forgot to remember (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1935). X
  • Original index: VI.B.41 186-188;
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):186(h)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Song Hoard: Four Indexes” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 6, 12-40 (1990-1991)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane.
  • Stanford University: JJ Personal Library item no. ?
  • Sister indexes are found in N53 (VI.B.46) and N54 (VI.B.45).
Roscoe, H.E. Science Primers: Chemistry (New York: American Book Company, n.d.).
Jones, W. Lewis. King Arthur in History and Legend (Cambridge University Press, 1911).
Six Hundred and Seventeen Irish Songs and Ballads (New York: Wehman Bros., n.d.).
  • Original index: VI.B.41 216-223
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):216(b)
  • Publication: Vincent Deane, “Song Hoard: Four Indexes” in A Finnegans Wake Circular 6, 12-40 (1990-1991)
  • Identified by: Vincent Deane
Vallée, F. La Langue Bretonnne en 40 Leçons, (Saint-Brieuc: Imprimerie-Librairie Prud’homme, 1926).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.41 224-234
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):224(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose. “Breton in [Shaun]a/b” A Wake Newslitter vol. xv, no. 6 (December 1978), p.9.
  • Source identified by: Vincent Deane
  • See also: Ian MacArthur “More Breton in Finnegans Wake” Genetic Joyce Studies, Issue 20 (Spring 2020), for a later Breton listing from a different, presently unidentified, source in N55 (VI.X.5).
Mauthner, Fritz. Beiträge zu einer Kritik der Sprache, volume 1. (Stuttgart: J.G. Cott'asche Buchhandlung, 1901-2).
Zimmer, Heinrich. Maya der indische Mythos (Berlin: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, l936).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.41 288-289.
  • Sample use: N56 (VI.B.41):288(a)
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.317.
  • Identified by: John O'Hanlon and, independently, Dirk Van Hulle.

N57 (VI.B.47) The Cuppinjars: late 1938

Zimmer, Heinrich. Maya der indische Mythos (Berlin: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, l936).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.47 75-76.
  • Sample use: N57 (VI.B.47):075(a)
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.317.
  • Identified by: John O'Hanlon, Dirk Van Hulle and Daniel Ferrer.
“Dublin Annals”, Directory of Dublin (Dublin: Alex Thom & Co., 1938).
  • Source online: 1904 edition here.
  • Original index: VI.B.47 77-78
  • Sample use: N57 (VI.B.47):077(a)
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh, Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Twain, Mark. Tom Sawyer, (New York & London: Harper & Brothers, 1906).
  • Source online: 1917 reprint here.
  • Original index: VI.B.47 82-83
  • Sample use: N57 (VI.B.47):082(g)
  • Identified by: Françoise Antiquario
Roscoe, H.E. Science Primers: Chemistry (New York: American Book Company, n.d.).

N58 (VI.B.30) mid October-December 1938

Cross, Tom Peete, and Slover, Clark Harris. Ancient Irish Tales (New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1936; London: George G. Harrap & Co., [November 1936]). XX
  • Source online: 1996 reprint here.
  • Original index: VI.B.30 28-42
  • Sample use: N58 (VI.B.30):028(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Finn MacCool and the Final Weeks of Work in Progress,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 69-87 (October 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
  • See also: sourced index at N56 (VI.B.41):103
Fenollosa, Ernest. “The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry”, in Instigations of Ezra Pound (New Yor: Boni & Liveright, 1920).
Flammarion, Camille. Popular Astraonomy, trans. J. Ellard Gore (London: Chatto & Windus, 1907).
  • Source online: here.
  • Original index: VI.B.30 68(a-d), 69(a), 69(f)
  • Sample use: N58 (VI.B.30):068(b)
  • Publication: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu, “Astronomy Notes in Notebook VI.B.30”, Genetic Joyce Studies Issue 19 (Spring 2019)
  • Identified by: Ian MacArthur and Viviana-Mirela Braslasu
“Fin”, “Finner” and “Finnoc”, Oxford English Dictionary.
  • Original index: VI.B.30 82-83
  • Sample use: N58 (VI.B.30):082(a)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Finn MacCool and the Final Weeks of Work in Progress,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 69-86 (October 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon
Dinneen, Patrick S. Irish-English Dictionary, 2nd edition (Dublin: Irish Texts Society, 1927).
  • Original index: VI.B.30 98
  • Sample use: N58 (VI.B.30):089(c)
  • Publication: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon. “Finn MacCool and the Final Weeks of Work in Progress,” A Wake Newslitter 17, 69-86 (October 1980)
  • Identified by: Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

N59 (VI.B.48) Summer-Fall 1939 : Switzerland, Brittany, Paris.

N63 VIII.C.2 1940 : Vichy France, Switzerland.

MISCELLANEOUS

“Chapelizod”, Directory of Dublin (Dublin: Alex Thom & Co., 1930?).
  • Source online: 1904 edition here.
  • Original index: BL Add MS 47488 245-247
  • Sample use: Sheet ii-31(a)
Borrow, George. Romano Lavo-Lil, Word-Book of the Romany (London: John Murray, 1874/l905/1907). X
  • Source online: 1917 reprint here.
  • Original index: unlocated
  • Publication: Roland MacHugh, “More Gypsy Words in Finnegans Wake,” A Wake Newslitter 15, 75 (Oct. 1978)
  • Identified by: Roland McHugh
  • See also: Vincent Deane, “Romano Lavo-lil Revisited,” A Finnegans Wake Circular 1, 41 (Winter 1985)
Millington, James. English as She is Spoke (London: Field & Tuer, n.d). XX
  • Source online: New York edition here.
  • Original index: unlocated
  • Buffalo: JJ personal library, item no.93.
  • See also: mention in letter of 1 July 1927.