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The Modernist Journals Project has recently released a digital edition of the Little Review covering the years from 1914 to 1922. This includes a complete collection of the episodes of Ulysses that appeared in the magazine and that eventually led to the book’s suppression in the United States. These issues are freely available and fully searchable, providing Joyce scholars everywhere a rich new digital resource that returns Joyce’s work to the complex cultural and historical network in which it first took shape.
A jointly run project based at Brown and the University of Tulsa and supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the MJP is a digital thematic collection of early twentieth-century magazines ranging from the Little Review and Blast to Scribner’s and The Crisis. These editions include fully-searchable, hand-corrected text, high-quality visual images, freely downloadable pdfs, and a wide array of critical materials designed to assist reader, researchers, student, and teachers in using these materials.