Although regarded by discriminating readers as the greatest novel of all time, and regarded by less discriminating readers as gibberish, “Ulysses” by James Joyce is unquestionably one of the greatest books in any language about cycling, better even than “ 621 more words
Director: Joseph Strick
Starring: Milo O’Shea, Barbara Jefford, Maurice Roeves
Release Date: June 1967 (UK)
During my first ever seminar as an English Literature student, our tutor expounded on the superiority of prose over film, and gave as an example a short piece of dialogue from a William Faulkner short story: “The grass smelled green.” “Now,” continued the tutor, “try filming… 7,610 more words
Leaders seldom let themselves get into a situation where they are faced with the ‘Unknown’ in an absolute sense.
Therefore they either ‘Know’ intuitively what lies ahead or have an innate ability to anticipate or at the very least arrive at an educated assumption of what may lie ahead. 189 more words
I have had the misfortune of reading Virginia Woolf and James Joyce this past week for an sophomore level English Literature class.
First, let me state that I am NOT in favor of censorship, as James Joyce’s work was censored at one time, and I am totally opposed to that. 258 more words