This series consists of a partially incomplete draft of the text and a galley proof, presumably relating to the 1973 edition published by Andre Deutsch
Joysprick, an introduction to the language of James Joyce.
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Joysprick is a work of literary criticism by Burgess that was first published in 1973. In it Burgess attempts to answer two questions, namely "How does Joyce use language, and why does he use it in that way or those ways?". He focusses in particular on Joyce's "Ulysses" and "Finnegans Wake".