Thursday, October 26, 2017

why read Joyce's Ulysses

I've never read James Joyce's Ulysses, and frankly, it would seem beyond my capacity to do so these days, what with various writing, reading, teaching, and parenting obligations in play, but I did enjoy watching this TED Talk arguing that any of us would do well to read the famous novel. Of course, with famous literature among the rabble, you can see the book sports a humble 3.74 of 5 stars on Goodreads, not so different from my own books rated there.

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