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Edouard Dujardin:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center

Creator: Dujardin, Edouard, 1861-1949
Title: Edouard Dujardin Papers
Dates: 1861-1951
Extent: 105 boxes, 1 oversized box (44.52 linear feet)
Abstract: Edouard Dujardin is perhaps most famous for his first novel Les Lauriers sont coup├ęs which James Joyce credited as his inspiration to use the interior monologue in Ulysses. Dujardin's papers document his career as novelist, poet, playwright, publiciste, journalist, and history of religion professor.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-1237
Languages: Material written in English, French, and German
Note: We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which provided funds for the processing and cataloging of this collection.



Due to size, this inventory has been divided into two separate units which can be accessed by clicking on the highlighted text below:

Edouard Dujardin Papers--Series descriptions and Series I. through Series V. [Part I]

Edouard Dujardin Papers--Indices [Part II] [This page]