A Literary Quarterly Devoted to the Increase of the Gaiety of Nations.

Nos. 1-8. New York, Sep. 1925-June 1927. Nos. 1-4 (= vol. 1 ) in lettered wrappers, Nos. 5-8 (= vol. 2) in original decorated wrappers, 4to. ( Front-cover of no. 8 repaired in the right bottom corner)
Edited by Samuel Roth. These issues contain "A New Unnamed Work" (Finnegan's Wake). Pirated selections unauthorized by Joyce.. Other contribs. are by D.H. Lawrence, Thomas Hardy, Oscar Wilde (unpubl. portion of De Profundis), Arthur Symons, Max Beerbohm, Frank Harris, Louis Zukofsky, etc. Also unpublished material by Lewis Carroll, William Hazlitt & Chekov.
Linocuts by Alfred Warbis, woodcuts by Grace E. Rogers, Evelyn Waugh and Cecil French, drawings by Alfred Warbis, Sidney Hunt, John Austen and Jean Bousschere and a lithograph by Cecil French, also illustrations by J.R. Laedlem, G. Grosz, Jo Cain, Aubrey Beardsley, Alexander King/. All issues are limited editions of 500 copies of which 450 were set aside for subscribers.