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Investigate avenues for incorporating data from Joyce Tools

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James Joyce's novel Ulysses in TEI XML. Work-in-progress.
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Jonathan Reeve

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I just discovered Joyce Tools today, and I just thought I'd put a stub issue here for incorporating some of its data. I searched far and wide for an electronic copy of Thom's Directory last year, so I'm very happy to see that it's here. I don't yet know all the ways that this can be used, but already the ability to use these raw source materials (and link to images, maps, etc) will give our project an edge over Gifford et al.

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