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Some ideas on the Joyce/Pirandello connection: Dear Karl Chircop, One possibility might be Stefan Zweig. Joyce might have spoken about Pirandello with Zweig. Joyce and Zweig first met in Zürich around 1917-18. In 1928 Joyce visited Zweig in Salzburg. Pirandello was fascinated by Zweig and insisted that the Austrian author translated his "Non si sa mai" into German (around 1935-36). Just a thought, hope it is helpful. Salvatore Pappalardo Rutgers University