Tristan and Isolde in Finnegans Wake:
A Study of the Sources and Evolution of a Theme. Reprinted from Comparative Literature Studies. Vol. I, No. 2, 1964.[University Park, PA]: Pennsylvania State University, 1964 Stock Code: 75881
INSCRIBED TO SAMUEL BECKETTOffprint from the journal of Comparative Literature Studies. Inscribed by the author above the title, "For Sam Beckett with warm regards, David". Hayman is a literary critic and professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who participated in the publication of Joyce's complete manuscripts, and has also written a number of essays on Beckett's works.
10 page pamphlet, staple-bound.
Horizontal crease from folding. Excellent condition.
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