Opening Ulysses →
Is it a MOOC? Is it a LARP? Find out and take part now…
Interview with Stephen Dedalus (1914) « Opening... →
Participate in an interview with Stephen a decade after Ulysses. You can ask him questions, or answer questions *as Stephen*.
Central Bank to sell Joyce coin despite error -... →
The bank said it regretted the error but added “the coin is an artistic representation of the author and text and not intended as a literal representation. Leaving the error in makes it a better representation of Joyce’s writing IMO.
Pieces of Niksa Eterovic’s 5 Part ‘James Joyce... →
"O, you mean the struggle for love and the...
legsbrewster: Joyce on marriage? From James Joyce’s ‘Finnegans Wake’ (p. 145)
Matthew Hayward to Moderate Eleventh YoU Twitter... →
Read Nausicaa | Modernist Versions Project →
Her antiquity in preceding and surviving succeeding tellurian generations: her...– James Joyce - from Ulysses (via slothnorentropy)
Dublin James Joyce Centre’s “Ulysses for All”... →
'Mentally ill' James Joyce is a surprise hit in... →
freddythefandomhorse: I thought college was going to be parties and “life lessons” but all it is so far is trying to figure out why an English major needs 5 quarters of a language and laughing at the jokes in Ulysses. You need those semesters so you can (start to) read Finnegans Wake.
Best short story in Dubliners by James Joyce?
n3rdy: ⠀ Depends on what you mean by “best” and whether you consider “The Dead” a short story or a novella.
James Joyce (Earwickr) on Twitter →
Finnegans Wake, 140 characters at a time
Lead, kindly fowl! They always did: ask the ages. What bird has done yesterday...– (Finnegans Wake, p. 112), via Non stop influence of the ¡ra†ionå£:
What was after the universe? Nothing. But was there anything round the universe...– James Joyce - A Portrait of the Artist as Young Man. Dover Publications, 1994, p.8 (via elcancionero)
Table of Contents 48.3 (Spring 2011) « JJQ →
James Joyce's Ulysses in comic form →
James Joyce Centre Announces Winter/Spring Lecture... →
Alan Friedman: Reading Ulysses at 90 | Modernist... →
exposed-in-the-light: this year i’m gonna send valentine’s cards with quotes from james joyce’s love letters, such as: “My faithful darling, my seet-eyed blackguard schoolgirl, be my whore, my mistress, as much as you like (my little frigging mistress! My little fucking whore!) you are always my beautiful wild flower of the hedges, my dark-blue rain-drenched flower.” or “My love for you...
filmsfoodandfandom: Now for my favorite passage from episode III of James Joyce’s ULYSSES. Episode 3, Proteus In long lassoes from the Cock lake the water flowed full, covering greengoldenly lagoons of sand, rising, flowing. My ashplant will float away. I shall wait. No, they will pass on, passing, chafing against the low rocks, swirling, passing. Better get this job over quick. Listen: a...
filmsfoodandfandom: Now for my favorite passage from episode II of James Joyce’s ULYSSES. Episode 2, Nestor A stick struck the door and a voice in the corridor called: —Hockey! They broke asunder, sidling out of their benches, leaping them. Quickly they were gone and from the lumberroom came the rattle of sticks and clamour of their boots and tongues. Sargent who alone had lingered came...
filmsfoodandfandom: Finally got around to reading James Joyce’s ULYSSES. Finished the first three episodes, moving on to “Calypso.” To celebrate my first foray into this literary landmark, I’m going to post my favorite passage from each episode (i.e. chapter). Obviously, because of how tumblr formats text posts, I’m not going to try and replicate the accurate length of the individual lines. ...
literarylust: James Joyce’s statue in Dublin. Also called “The Prick with the Stick”. This would be me: So how would you react to the Joyce statue in Pula, where you can actually sit at a table and have coffee with him?