Giacomo Joyce

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Giacomo Joyce
GiacomoJoyce.jpg
First edition
Author James Joyce
Language English
Publisher Faber & Faber
Publication date
1968
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 16 pages
Preceded by Stephen Hero (1944)

Giacomo Joyce is a posthumously-published work by Irish writer James Joyce. Written in 1914, following the publication of Dubliners,[1] it was published by Faber and Faber from sixteen handwritten pages by Joyce. In the free-form love poem, presented in the guise of a series of notes, Joyce attempts to penetrate the mind of a "dark lady", the object of an illicit love affair.

"Giacomo" is the Italian form of the author's forename, James.

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