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Gift#3 Hatch your eggs

While you birth a dream, remember to hatch it.

In my garden, I found a nest with a pretty pink egg and white specks. Delighted, every day I waited for the egg to hatch. 287 more words

Personal Change

Daily Life of the Mind

Sentences are strewn around like forgotten laundry, images are piled up like last week’s dishes. Lyrics end like the half-opened magazine on the bathroom floor. 584 more words



Min bogklub havde “Ulysses” af James Joyce som månedens bog for noget tid siden, og den har jeg hørt så meget om, så jeg besluttede mig til at læse den. 186 more words

Bøger Og Læseoplevelser

Digital Scholarly Editing Blog Post #2 - Observations on TEI marking-up Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape

This blog post continues the rationale of the first post written on the subject of annotating a selection from James Joyce’s novel Ulysses (1922). As was argued in that first post, it is important that digital humanities projects and projects involving TEI mark up, provide a statement of intent and rationale that can provide the researcher and ‘common reader’ alike with information about the text and the editorial processes that a text has been subject to. 1,495 more words

James Joyce

cuss collage

Because Ulysses Marched me into Madness.

The words I cry, no one hears. They flow across my face but, certainly, we are all blind. I stare into orange yellow white hot light: Is it the sun? 327 more words


Reading Life: College

Previously in my Reading Life: Childhood | Primary School | High School

I got pretty detailed in my high school reflection, but I weirdly don’t remember a lot about what I read in college. 907 more words

Reading Life

immorality in three orgasms

“In sweetly varying voices Buck Mulligan read his tablet: Everyman His own Wife or A Honeymoon in the Hand (a national immorality in three orgasms) by Ballocky Mulligan.”

— James Joyce, Ulysses