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Ulysses - A guide for the novice

 Ulysses - A guide for the novice

Sunday 18 May 2014

2pm to 4pm

Who says Ulyssess is too difficult to read? A guide for the perplexed novice reader of James Joyce's masterpiece. This lecture explores why it is that most readers have difficulty reading Ulysses. It provides some pointers for reading the big, apparently 'baggy monster' that is Ulysses. In the process, Dr Frances Devlin-Glass, hopes to provide some insight into what its admirers enjoy about it:  in particular, its astonishingly realised characters, its literary experimentalism and its radicalism in the area of ideas.

Where - Brighton Library, 14 Wilson Street Brighton, Melway 67E10

Contact - Bayside Library Service Phone: 9591 5907

Cost:  $5.  Maximum 40 participants