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James Joyce’s Ulysses, published in 1922, remains one of the most challenging and rewarding works of English literature. Not only does it narrow its temporal focus to a single day, it also widens its scope to follow three major characters—Stephen Dedalus, Leopold Bloom, and Molly Bloom—and even the city of Dublin itself. Stylistically, Ulysses is unique not only because it changes style with every episode, but because the narrative refuses to remain obedient to the story; it increasingly peels away from the plot and indulges in independent raillery of the reader over the heads of the characters. The narrative “wanders” in a way that celebrates the craft, humor, and meaning of exploration, thereby resembling other famous wanderers: Odysseus, Bloom, the Jews, and Bloom’s simultaneously adulterous and faithful wife, Molly. -- Rosenbach.org.

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Naples Library FIC JOY (Text)
Adult Nonfiction
52124300388779
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Sodus Community Library 823.912 JOY (Text)
Adult Nonfiction
3455100070433Z
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Victor Farmington Library JOY (Text)
Adult Fiction
52128300585722
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