Stanford scholar wins right to publish James Joyce material (Stanford Report)
Carol Loeb Shloss, an acting professor of English at Stanford, has won the right to publish her scholarship on the literary work of James Joyce online and in print based on a settlement agreement with the Joyce Estate.
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