Ulysses (Hans Walter Gabler Edition) Joyce, James May 12, 1986

The 20th Century’s thrown gauntlet to Shakespeare. A book in which Joyce captures every facet of human experience, using nearly every imaginable narrative device, within ~17 hour period in Dublin on June 16th, 1904. Despite the harsh reality of life, Ulysses, in the end, is a celebration of love and comedy. It will change how you read and how you think.

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