Reading Ulysses

Ulysses is a novel by James Joyce. First published in Paris in 1922, it’s now in the public domain but I read the Wordsworth Classics edition published in 2010.

I should note that this video is something a little different from my usual analysis…You’ll see what I mean.

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About Katie Willingham

I am a recently graduated English major and poet from Macalester College in Saint Paul, MN. I am an avid reader and have a lot to say about what I read.
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9 Responses to Reading Ulysses

  1. Judy Ryan says:

    Katie, I love this. How clever you are! As well as incredibly persistent. Or did you just make the video, and the book was a prop? What a rude question. xo

  2. kbergen says:

    hellz yes sherlockholmesing is a word 😀 Also, let me just say: Ulysses is by no means a brave *little* book. 😉 CONGRATS ON FINISHING IT!!!!

  3. Susanna Kitson Willingham says:

    Hahahaha.
    Favorite scenes are you walking through the blue stringy curtain. Brilliant.
    And the train or car window ones.
    Keep them coming!

    Btw, Shards is recommended in this month’s O mag. You were there fiirst!
    Susanna

  4. Alex says:

    I think I will stick with Stutter from last week’s post for now but maybe someday I will check it OUT you know like sherlock holmes it mmm coffee–

  5. Harry! says:

    hahaha oh katie willingham. You are the best! We need to ulysseschat something fierce soon, also I should probably read ulysses again so I have any idea what I’m talking about (all I remember is the jerking off bits, also the hades chapter)

    I always told people the worst thing about that book was that the title was too small on the spine of my copy, so no one could be impressed when they saw me reading it in public. You are a better literary critic than I am.

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