STEPHEN HERO [NOTE THAT THIS E-EDITION DOES NOT INCLUDE CHAPTER 23] The edition I have used for

this transcription is that of Theodore Spencer, revised by John J. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon. First published by Jonathan Cape in 1944, my copy is the Granada paperback of 1977. I have followed Professor Spencer's editorial markings: revisions are shown by the original version being placed in [square brackets]. Crayon excisions (toggled by a small superior 'c' in the printed version) are marked by /acute and obverse\ oblique strokes in mine, the advantage being that the start and finish of excised sections are easier to distinguish. There is an orphan '/' in Chapter 22. If you have a more recent edition, with the missing '\', I would be grateful to be informed. I have called the opening few pages SHERO.15, and the last section (the additional pages of manuscript) SHERO.ADD. Otherwise the 'numbers' of the files correspond with the chapter numbers in the text. I have not reproduced the 'sic's or footnotes. Very, very occasionally I have corrected what I considered trivial typographical errors, which are unusually scarce in the printed version. I have used my standard system for converting accents to ASCII, with which you will be all too familiar. In Chapter 24, a familiar chemical formula appears, marked with {curly brackets}, as is an exponent in Chapter 26. The substitutions are: &1 - E ACUTE. &3 - A GRAVE. &6 - O CIRCUMFLEX. &7 - E CIRCUMFLEX &A - A ACUTE. &B - U ACUTE. &E - U GRAVE. &F - O ACUTE. &H - N ACUTE. &I - I UMLAUT. 15. 2724 words. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. ADD 5021 6291 1945 7263 7312 6936 6856 5504 5769 6504 4524 4375 words. words. words. words. words. words. words. words. words. words. words. words. 5 sets of italics (toggled &1 - 1. &A - 1. &B - 1. &F 6 sets of italics. &1 - 2. 5 sets of italics. &3 - 1. 2 sets of italics. &1 - 1. 17 sets of italics. &6 - 1. 31 sets of italics. 14 sets of italics. 4 sets of italics. &7 - 1. 13 sets of italics. &I - 1. 13 sets of italics. {H20}. 10 sets of italics. &3 - 1. 7 sets of italics. {12n}. 4 sets of italics. by *). - 2. &H - 1.

&A - 2. &E - 2. (Missing \)

*Stephen Hero* completes my transcription of Joyce's major works. Now I can get back to reading them. David J Wilson Ivy Cottage Chathill

Northumberland NE67 5DE

December 1992

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