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Because of censorship laws, James Joyce's novel Ulysses could not be published in the United States or Great Britain. Sylvia Beach, the American owner of the Paris bookshop Shakespeare and Company, courageously decided to publish it, in spite of obscenity allegations. The first edition of Ulysses, printed in Dijon, France, was delivered to Sylvia Beach the morning of February 2, 1922 - James Joyce's 40th birthday.
Your generous backing will help us complete Left Bank. Thank you for any amount you can contribute towards the completion of our film which honors the 100th anniversary of the publication of Ulysses in 2022.