James Joyce’s Dublin: A Topographical Guide to the Dublin of Ulysses, 2004, HC, NF.

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Hart, Clive, and Ian Gunn. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2004.
English, First Edition, Near Fine, HC, 4to, 12" x  9 3/4", [8] 160 pp.
ISBN: 0500511594

Red cloth over board, blind stamped publisher's logo to front panel, stamped gilt lettering and logo to spine, minor bump to head, otherwise, clean, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Near Fine pictorial dust jacket, featuring duo-tone photograph of the O'Connell Bridge in Dublin to front and back panels, red, white, and black lettering to front, back, spine, and interior flaps, minor bump to head, otherwise, clean and intact. Protected in a paper-backed Mylar sleeve. [8] 160 pp. Includes 121 illustrations, 30 photographs with 29 in duo-tone, 81 maps, 10 figures, List of Illustrations, Maps, and Photographs, Preface, From the Preface to the Edition of 1981, Abbreviation and Convention, four chapters: "1. Applied Thomism," "2. Itineraries--Movements of the Characters," "3. A Timetable of Corresponding Events and Implied Action in Ulysses," "4. Further Unresolved and Doubtful Topographical Matters: Brief Notes," "A Note on the Maps, Illustrations, and Photographs," Bibliography, List of Addresses, with Commentaries on Joyce' use of the Place Names and of Information from Thom's, Appendix 1: Location Maps, and Appendix 2: Dublin Tramways. From the back panel: "Published to coincide with the centenary of Bloomsday, this unique study uses more than 100 maps and photographs to examine the importance of Ulysses' basis in physical fact, showing how characters move around the city and how the novel works in terms of time and place."