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Description From the author of PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN, FINNEGAN'S WAKE and ULYSSES, a modern classic which highlights the incidents in the lives of ordinary men and women. Part of the VINTAGE CLASS... more

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Excellent

AdvantagesIt takes to the limit the usage of the English language in the novel.

DisadvantagesIt is too long - could have been half the length. Very difficult to read.

...- hogwarts Page 351 - Chorney Chaplin Page 365 - with his Marx and their Groups Page 367 - waterworld Page 383 - Three quarks for Muster Mark! Page 407 - a houseful of deadheads Page 419 holocaust Page 451 - gameboy Page 468 - hoodies Page 4?? - wild world Page 569 - What tyronte power! Page 620 - One chap googling Postscript In 2012, the James Joyce estate lost...

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Excellent

AdvantagesAmong the greatest novels ever written.

DisadvantagesYou'd be best to take a few maps,

...version or, failing that, some close commentary of some kind to refer to every other line. Joyce envisioned a kind of encyclopedia, and to this end most every paragraph contains one or several or several dozen asides and remarks and insinuations related to - well, just about everything. Botany, history, biology, theology, philosophy, art, literature... One can easily skim over these things and still...

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Excellent

“Irish Ingenuity”

published 02/02/2016

AdvantagesA lifetime of content

DisadvantagesThe misconceptions and scandals linked to the masterpiece

...' - audaciously, I've attempted to unravel the philosophy... with 'Jung eyes.' First thing is first; 'Ulysses' was written six years after 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,' which was a classic chronicling the life of Stephen Dedalus. This, such a man was destined to live in the head of James Joyce - the closest metaphor I can portray is a characterise simulation game not dissimilar to the 'SIMS...

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