HUMPHREY SEARLE COLLECTION. Vol. ci. ‘The Riverrun’, setting for speaker and orchestra based on part of the final monologue of James Joyce’s ‘Finnegan’s Wake’; 1951-1955, n.d.ff. 58. Largest size 300 x 210.1.ff. 1-5. Introduction by Humphrey Searle;... 1951-1955

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HUMPHREY SEARLE COLLECTION. Vol. ci. ‘The Riverrun’, setting for speaker and orchestra based on part of the final monologue of James Joyce’s ‘Finnegan’s Wake’; 1951-1955, n.d.ff. 58. Largest size 300 x 210.1. ff. 1-5. Introduction by Humphrey Searle;..., 1951-1955

HUMPHREY SEARLE COLLECTION. Vol. ci. ‘The Riverrun’, setting for speaker and orchestra based on part of the final monologue of James Joyce’s ‘Finnegan’s Wake’; 1951-1955, n.d.ff. 58. Largest size 300 x 210.1.ff. 1-5. Introduction by Humphrey Searle;... 1951-1955

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Joyce, James, 1882-1941

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James Augustus Aloysius Joyce was born on February 2, 1882, in Rathgar, a borough of Dublin, Ireland, the eldest of ten children who survived infancy. In 1888 he was enrolled at Clongowes Wood College, a Jesuit boarding school near Dublin, where he stayed until 1891. Thereafter he attended Belvedere College, and then University College, Dublin, where he graduated in 1902 with a major in Italian. While at UCD Joyce wrote a paper in defense of Henrik Ibsen's drama called Drama and Life, which was ...