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€40k for 'Ulysses' first edition

A FIRST edition original copy of James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ was sold for nearly €40,000 at auction, €15,000 more than expected.

The book was originally estimated to go for €25,000, but the winning bidder paid £31,250, which equates to €39,018. 214 more words


Special Episode "Hope My Mom Has a Happy Birthday"

I may decide to do other special episodes from time to time, I’ll just say these are not necessarily canon, this may not be what actually happens once I get to “Band Candy.” 30 more words

Interlude: The Tenth

June, 1940 – England

They always left me behind. I was the youngest, so when we went exploring, I was always the one who was running to catch up with the rest. 735 more words


Ulysses Grammophone and Binomial data

While recent biographies of Joyce portray him as the exiled philanderer with an alarming lack of life-skills that he most probably was, his works loom over the western canon as both Tower of Babel and reference Ground Zero.  757 more words

[Christmas on VanFoodies] Baking Cookies with Sesame Seeds

For the last few years, my office has organized a Christmas baking exchange, where we trade our baked goods with each other so we all end up with a variety of treats for the holiday. 277 more words


Couple Wins $1M Suit Against Major Bank Over Loan Collection Call Harassment

According to Yahoo, Bank of America is being forced to hand over more than $1 million to a Florida couple after the bank flooded them with hundreds of loan collection calls for years. 423 more words

U.s. Politics

Steger teen's memorial fundraiser set for Dec. 21

by Dennis Sullivan
Dec. 11, 2014

Tickets are on sale for the annual Danielle Dennis-Towne Memorial Fundraiser, with the proceeds funding scholarships for seniors graduating from the Bloom Trail NJROTC program. 275 more words