Paris: Transition Press, 1949.
First edition, number 482 of 1000 copies. Frontispiece and cover design by André Masson, illustrated with photos. 195,  pp. 1 vols. 8vo. With a Joyce Contribution. Original cream wrappers printed in green and black, with Masson design on front cover. Fine in original glassine Slocum B 30. Item #227486
Compendium of Joyceana which contains an anonymous piece, clearly by Joyce himself, entitled "Ad-Writer". It is a very funny letter to one "Mr. Huntington" in which Joyce suggests strategies for the marketing of his friend Italo Svevo's novel, CONFESSIONS OF ZENO, which is about a tobacco addict's attempts to quit smoking (Svevo was literally rescued from oblivion by Joyce}s discovery of him).