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Lessons from Joyce: a reluctant reader's view

When my book group recently rallied around the idea of reading James Joyce’s Ulysses I knew—as the resident English teacher—that this would not go well for me. 833 more words


On the dialogue of dialogues

One of the most captivating things about Joyce’s Ulysses is its combination of types and styles of dialogue.  “Combination” may not even be the right word, since the book’s creative conjunctions of different idiolects, usages, and aims are often aggressively contradictory.   1,594 more words


Chinese Restaurant Awards 2016 Diners' Choice Awards Announced

21 winners of the Chinese Restaurant Awards 2016 Diners’ Choice Awards were announced yesterday. New this year are the following five categories, where four social media personalities will also crown their Social Media Choice Awards on March 2, 2016. 328 more words


Restaurants with Extended Dine Out 2016 Offerings #DOVF

The official Dine Out Vancouver may have come to an end this past weekend, but some restaurants have decided to extend their menu offering for a few more days. 208 more words


Happy Birthday, Sir Joyce!

Its a bit of an injustice that you never lived long enough to see me, since if you had, you would have felt pleasantly proud and inflated in nurturing vanity at the sight of a fan so bewitched that she continued holding onto your works for almost an entire year, fearing if she let go, she might lose a part of her insanity. 619 more words


Our Head of Design Joyce Answers Your Denim Questions

Back in December, we asked you to send us any and all of your denim questions with the promise that Joyce, our head of design, would answer them. 472 more words


Ulysses by James Joyce
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Some works are not written; they are lived. The authors write not with ink, but with breaths. 1,349 more words

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