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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


Riddle Me This Literature

People  are familiar with the Sphinx’s riddle “which creature has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed”  but are probably less familiar with a second riddle accredited to her. 370 more words


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On Reading Joyce Reading the World: Reflections on How to Read Ulysses in Interesting Times

Joyce, J 1922, Ulysses, Sylvia Beach, Paris.

By Colm McNaughton

We live, to invoke the Chinese curse, in interesting times. Our human beings are moving, consuming and decaying in the context of the demise and likely collapse of Empire. 3,050 more words


Ulysses - by James Joyce not Anthony Trollope

I am very grateful to Paul Niemeyer for an interesting Trollope sighting (which may or may not be relevant for those following the Jupiter’s 100 Greatest Novels). 114 more words

In Search of Ulysses in Dublin.

I’ve always been a captive fan of James Joyce’s works, especially Ulysses. When in Dublin, it is paramount that one (like myself) seeks out some of the numerous mementos of this work. 51 more words