From June to September 1922, James Joyce lived in Valery Larbaud's flat at 71, rue du Cardinal Lemoine, Paris. Here he did some of the final work on Ulysses. Joyce's personal correspondence highlights the challenges of this period, including health problems, financial difficulties, and frustration with the work that would become a modern classic.
Hall, Douglas Kent
"James Joyce at 71, Rue Du Cardinal Lemoine,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 3
, Article 5.
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