Tags » Ulysses » Page 2

A Virtual Reality Experience of James Joyce's Ulysses

A cool idea that’s currently trying to raise money on FundIt….

“Ulysses is great, well at least that’s what we’re told. Like me, I’m guessing that most readers are put off by Stephen Dedalus’s almost impenetrable stream of consciousness in the first three chapters. 69 more words

Superman #33 Review


Writer: Geoff Johns
Artist/Cover: John Romita Jr.
Inker/Colorist: Klaus Janson / Laura Martin

THE MEN OF TOMORROW: THE NEW SUPERMAN

After his battle with Klerik, Superman and Ulysses take some times to get to know each other. 515 more words

Comics

Joyce's Trieste

At around 10 o’clock on a Saturday night in June, I arrived in the same train station as James Joyce and Nora Barnacle did only 110 years earlier in the small port city of Trieste, Italy. 728 more words

Everyone is a Reflection of Ourselves

“Every life is in many days, day after day. We walk through ourselves, meeting robbers, ghosts, giants, old men, young men, wives, widows, brothers-in-love. But always meeting ourselves.” … 60 more words

Books

THE SILENCE OF THE SIRENS

Proof that inadequate, even childish measures, may serve to rescue one from peril.

To protect himself from the Sirens Ulysses stopped his ears with wax and had himself bound to the mast of his ship. 498 more words

Chapters Of Souls

Bessie

Yesterday, I hit the 100-day mark since returning to the States. It’s a completely arbitrary milestone, especially since I left the country again less than two months after I returned, but I’m back now, for real, and reality is setting in. 866 more words

Traveling