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Ulysses James Joyce

Ulysses By James Joyce

Ulysses by James Joyce

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The text of Ulysses is loosely based upon the Odyssey and deals with events that occurred one day in Dublin in 1904, the anniversary of Joyce's walk with Nora Barnacle.

Ulysses Summary

Ulysses by James Joyce

'It is the book to which we are all indebted and from which none of us can escape.' T.S. Eliot A modernist classic, Ulysses is without doubt one of the great masterpieces of the twentieth century. The novel follows the interwoven paths of the young schoolteacher Stephen Dedalus, bitterly estranged from his father, and the middle-aged Dubliner, Leopold Bloom, still grieving for his dead infant son. Over the course of twenty-four hours, their unwitting quest for each other -- surrogate son for surrogate father -- is enacted against an extraordinary, celebratory portrait of the city of Dublin.

Ulysses Reviews

'His standing is second to none among writers of our own century. He was witty, difficult, subtle and perhaps the greatest genius among the many who have come from Ireland to bewilder the world with the magic of art.' Irish Independent

About James Joyce

James Joyce was born in Dublin on 2nd February 1882. He was educated at Jesuit schools and then at University College, Dublin, where he studied philosophy and languages. Joyce died in Zurich on 13th January 1941.

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Ulysses by James Joyce
Used - Good
HarperCollins Publishers
Runner-up for The BBC Big Read Top 100 2003 Short-listed for BBC Big Read Top 100 2003
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