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Hannah von Mettal: A Czech citizen who translated Joyce’s play, Exiles, into German in 1918, near the end of World War I.
Fluviana: Mistakenly considered to be Joyce’s work, these four black-and-white photographs taken by Adolph Johannes Fischers were published in the avant-garde magazine “transition” in 1929.
James Joyce & Salzburg: The city of Salzburg would twice be connected to Joyce’s life and work: 1912-Joyce wrote “Gas from a Burner” while riding a train between Flushing and Salzburg. 1928-He and Nora would celebrate an entire festival season in Salzburg.
“‘Red – I know – red’ Spots in James Joyce’s Life and Work”: Andreas Weigel’s website examines the relationship between Joyce and Austria while at the same time offering some rare and interesting photographs that help visually connect the two.