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    Lucia Anna Joyce (26 July 1907, Trieste – 12 December 1982, Northampton) was a professional dancer and the daughter of Irish writer James Joyce and Nora Barnacle. Once treated by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, Joyce was diagnosed as schizophrenic in the mid-1930s and institutionalized at the Burghölzli psychiatric clinic in Zurich.

  2. Jun 16, 2016 · Most of Lucia Joyce’s letters (to her, from her, about her) had been purposefully destroyed. Her medical records had been burnt. She spent four months in analysis with the legendary Carl Jung in ...

  3. Transcription: Lucia Joyce, the daughter of James Joyce and Nora Barnacle, was born in 1907 and died in 1982. She had a nomadic upbringing, moving between Trieste, Zurich, and Paris, where she studied dancing. She was tall, she was graceful, and as a dancer, she developed an individual style. She gave several performances between 1926 and 1929 and the Paris Times wrote about her, “Lucia Joyce is her father's daughter—she has James Joyce’s enthusiasm, energy, and a not yet determined ...

  4. Jul 26, 2016 · 109 years ago today, Lucia Joyce was born out of wedlock, to James Joyce and Nora Barnacle, in a pauper’s hospital in Trieste, Italy. Nora returned from hospital to a hovel where Joyce lay ...

  5. Jun 15, 2018 · Lucia Joyce, who was born in Trieste in 1907 and died in a sanatorium in Northampton in 1982, has enjoyed and endured near constant critical and popular attention over the years. But we don’t ...

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  6. Aug 30, 2022 · “Rosefrail and Fair” — Lucia Joyce, Dancer Daughter of James Joyce By Francis Booth | On August 30, 2022 | Updated August 31, 2022 | Comments (0) This introduction to the life of Lucia Joyce, a professional dancer and the talented, troubled daughter of James Joyce and Nora Barnacle is excerpted from Everybody I Can Think of Ever: Meetings That Made the Avant-Garde by Francis Booth, reprinted by permission.

  7. Jun 16, 2017 · After Joyce’s death, guardianship of Lucia was transferred to Joyce’s longtime patron Harriet Weaver and, in 1951, Lucia was transferred St. Andrew’s in Northampton, England, where she would ...

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