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Ulysses -- i sansernes vold

Af Ida Klitgård

Anmeldelse af James Joyce, Ulysses, oversat af Karsten Sand Iversen, Rosinante, 2014.

Fredag d. 7. november gik den danske presse i sanseligt selvsving – og i særdeleshed… 2,479 more words



Bill and I have finally completed our major intellectual undertaking of the year.  To be entirely accurate, I have. Bill fell away after six lengthy chapters. 979 more words

Getting Old

The Birth of Stephen Dedalus

Over the next three days there was a whole lot of texting. Most of our association with one another was via text or email. It is hard for me to imagine courtship without the use of technology. 1,618 more words

100 Years Later, What Have We Learned From James Joyce's 'Dubliners'?

Twelve years ago, I inadvertently began a literary ritual that I’ve kept alive to this day. It was late in the first term of my freshman year of college, and I’d been assigned to lead a discussion on James Joyce’s “The Dead,” the devastating final story in his collection… 841 more words


To E— C—

“On the first line of the page appeared the title of the verses he was trying to write: To E— C—. He knew it was right to begin so for he had seen similar titles in the collected poems of Lord Byron.” 11 more words