Milwaukee: Inland Press, 1961. Hardcover. Black boards with tan stamped lettering. White dust jacket with black lettering and black and purple illustration. xvii, 205 pp. Illustrations. VG-/VG- light wear and interior discoloration to book, moderate overall wear and discoloration to dust jacket. dj is price clipped. inscribed on ffep by the author! Item #171213
"Mary Parr's discovery of Joyce's use of Charlie Chaplin to create Leopold Bloom of Ulysses ... How Bloom is the Chaplin figure in Ulysses, what this means to the work of art as a whole and how it affects the entire Joyce canon is Mrs. Parr's ... contribution to Joyce studies in this volume"-Jacket.
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