BOOKS Ulysses By James Joyce Thomashillier.co.uk Niemoralne Arcydzie O W Presti Owej Serii Gdy Ulisses Mimo Przeszk D Wreszcie Ukaza Si Drukiem W 1922 Roku, Okrzykni To Go Dzie Em Nieudanym, Nieprzyzwoitym, Niemoralnym Itd Uchodzi Za Powie , Kt Rej Porz Dny Cz Owiek Nie Powinien Nawet Bra Do R Ki Dzi , Prawie Sto Lat P Niej, Jest Powszechnie Uwa Any Za Arcydzie O, Kt Rego Nie Wypada Nie Zna O Czym Jest Ulisses Mo Na Odpowiedzie Na Dwa Sposoby O Zwyczajnym Dniu Stefana Dedalusa I Leopolda Blooma W Dublinie Na Pocz Tku XX Wieku, Albo O Wszystkim Okazuje Si Bowiem, E Zwyk Y Dzie Zwyk Ego Cz Owieka Kt Ry Chodzi, Je, Rozmawia Czy Za Atwia R Ne Sprawy, Ale Tez My Li, Czuje, Wspomina I Marzy To Miniatura Ca Ego Ludzkiego Do Wiadczenia Czym Jest Ulisses Jak Napisa W Pos Owiu T Umacz, Maciej S Omczy Ski, Jest To Zapocz Tkowanie Nowego Rodzaju Sztuki I Doprowadzenie Go Do Doskona O Ci Na Przestrzeni Jednego Dzie A.Ulysses

James Joyce, Irish novelist, noted for his experimental use of language in such works as Ulysses 1922 and Finnegans Wake 1939 Joyce s technical innovations in the art of the novel include an extensive use of interior monologue he used a complex network of symbolic parallels drawn from the mythology, history, and literature, and created a unique language of invented words, puns, and allusions

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10 thoughts on “Ulysses

  1. says:

    5 stars because it s a work of genius, so everyone says.4 stars because it has so many deep literary and classical references that to say one understood the book, is like saying one is very well educated.3 stars because the words, strung together in a stream of consciousness mellifluous, onomatopoeic way, read just beautifully.2 stars because it was boring as hell I just couldn t care less about the characters, I just wanted them to get on with whatever they were doing and have Joyce interfere in their lives with his references, his poetry, and h...

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    Life is too short to read Ulysses.

  3. says:

    I Can t do it, It fell in my toilet and didn t dry well, and I m accepting it as an act of god I decided against burning it, and just threw it out.Yes, I am a horrible person.

  4. says:

    Each chapter is rated out of ten for difficulty, obscenity, general mindblowing brilliance and beauty of language.Note if you re after my short course bluffer s guide to ulysses, here it is now the real thing 1 Telemachus Difficulty 0 Obscenity 0 General mindblowing brilliance 8 Beauty of language 7 Stephen the morose ex student isn t enjoying life Lots of brittle dialogue, mainly from motormouth blasphemer Buck Mulligan Breakfast An old crone delivers milk this was before 24 hour Tescos A modicum of swimming Sea described as snotgreen.2 Nestor Difficulty 0 General mindblowing brilliance 8 Obscenity 0 Beauty of language 7 Stephen is teaching history He has a crap job as a part time teacher because he doesn t know what to do with his life i can sympathise with that, I still don t His pupils are mostly eager and polite so God knows how he d get on in today s hellhole classrooms Anyway he gets paid and his boss the pompous old git Deasey gives him a letter about foot and mouth disease to give to somebody else which Stephen couldn t give a flying fish about He mooches...

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    I have read Ulysses at least three or four times and once with Gilbert Stuart s authorised translation and always found unsounded depths that I had not suspected Every chapter introduces new narrative techniques, new perspectives and characters, and new voices This is a book that definitely requires some homework to fully appreciate I would recommend the aforementioned Gilbert Stuart commentary and biography, the Frank Budgen criticism, and especially the classic Richard Ellman biography There is precious little here not to love regardless of your literary tastes, but like most good things, this book asks you to work for it As Leopold Bloom goes through this day in Dublin, all kinds of things are happening all around him and it is a virtual reality experience in four dimensions ending with for me one of the most beautiful chapters ever written, the stream of conscious dialog of Bloom s wife posing as Ulysses Penelope It is of such texture and voluptuousness that it is impossible to capture without first hand exp...

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    Sometimes reading a Great Work of Literature is like drinking fine French wine, say an aged Burgundy or Mersault Everyone tells you how amazing it is, and on an intellectual level you can appreciate the brilliance, the subtlety, the refinement But really it is too refined It is unapproachable, it is aloof, it doesn t go with thatketchupy burger you re having for dinner You re not enjoying it.But then you read the label closely and realize that although it tastes just like a fine burgundy your wine was made in the Abarca Hills of Chile It is from Casa Marin and was in fact not made by a snooty Frenchman with a degree in oenology but by a down to earth woman farmer, and although it is sophisticated and complex there is a accessible note, a friendliness And perhaps importantly, it is several percent higher in alcohol than that French wine youthought you had, and by the time you re halfway through the bottle it really seems pretty likeable after all, you and the wine are ...

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    He puesto tantos enigmas y puzzles que van a mantener ocupados a los catedr ticos durante siglos debatiendo sobre lo que yo quer a decir, y esta es la nica manera de asegurarme la inmortalidad James JoyceUn tour de force literario No tengo otra manera de describir el proceso de lectura que me depar el Ulises Ha sido la prueba m s dura, compleja y reveladora a la que me somet con un libro, pero a la vez, una magn fica experiencia que nunca olvidar Me siento orgulloso de haber le do todo el libro disfrutando de la literatura sin tratar de entenderlo, sino de vivirlo Borges no lo pudo terminar sin que con esto me crea que supero en algo a semejante maestro, pongo en consideraci n que el Ulises no es f cil de abordar Amado, querido y respetado por muchos escritores Orwell, Nabokov, Elliot, Banville, Faulkner, Pound y denostado, odiado, destrozado por otros Woolf, Borges, D.H Lawrence , es un libro pesado, denso, inabarcable, ampuloso, que da miedo y que pareciera estar hecho para leerlo con la mente extraordinariamente abierta Mi camino por sus p ginas ha sido arduo Very difficult.Este libro se torn por momentos asfixiante, desesperante, hilarante, hartante, errante y todo aquello que termine en ante Es imposible querer tener la historia bien ordenada en la cabeza a medida que se la lee, porque es un libro que se presenta en forma ca tica y desordenada y eso es lo qu...

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    I have left this book unrated because I simply cannot rate it I cannot review it either or try to criticise it Instead, I ve decided to share my experience with something I cannot define But first, here s what James Joyce had to say about it I ve put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that s the only way of insuring one s immortality The accuracy of this statement balances out the sheer arrogance of Joyce s assertion I tried to put my own design on the book Well, at least, I tried to focus on one particular recurring theme as I read in order to try and bring the thing together in my own mind I failed I focused on Death, or at least, discussions of Death and the representations of it But after a while the ideas started to contradict each other and fade out of the narrative only to randomly pop up again and vanish.Here s three quotes I pulled out from the beginning though Old England is dying And what is death she asked In a dream she had come to hi...

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    Good books should participate in a conversation with each other, and with us when we read them I made the mistake of inviting Joyce via Ulysses to join my literary conversation He s not much of a conversationalist He mostly just sat in a corner mumbling incoherently to himself Every once in a while he d quote or try to ridicule something he d read somewhere, but that s not really conversation is it More like namedropping.Buried within Joyce s verbosity is something similar to a plot related to a day in the life of Leopold Bloom, husband of Molly, father of Milly away at photography school and Rudy namesake of Poldy s father who s death at eleven days of age strained the marriage beyond recovery but left the sexual obsessions of Poldy and Molly intact leading to scenes such as Leopold masturbating on the beach while flirting at a distance with Gerty MacDowell or Molly masturbating as she daydreams about past, current, and future lovers including Stephen Dedalus who is seen by both Leopold and Molly as a substitute for poor Rudy albeit in very different ways H...

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    Often considered one of the greatest novel of the 20th century , James Joyce s masterpiece, Ulysses, is both a feat and feast of sheer literary brilliance Reimagining Homer s epic poem The Odyssey as the travels and trials of an everyday man through the crowded streets and pubs of Dublin, Joyce weaves strikingly versatile prose styles and varying perspectives to encompass the whole of life within the hours of a single standard day, June 16th, 1904 This day, dubbed Bloomsday, is celebrated with increasing popularity in modern times, which is a testament to the lasting greatness of the novel and to the desire to drink and be merry of all people Instead of taking a daily life and elevating it to mythical proportions, Joyce has taken mythology and reversed it, shrinking it into an average day, which in turn gives each character and action a heroic sense about them In this way, even besting a drunken nationalist spewing anti sematic sentiments at a bar can be seen as a legendary conquest Ulysses is an epic in its own right, setting the bar for literature up to the stratosphere as we immerse ourselves in Joyce s dear dirty Dublin.While one must have their wits about them to navigate this laborious labyrinth of literature, the task is highly rewarding It...

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