by James Joyce
Publisher: Jonathan Cape 1918
Number of pages: 159
Richard Rowan, an Irish writer who has spent much time abroad, feels estranged from Irish society when he returns to Dublin. Focusing on the love entanglements between Rowan; his common-law wife, Bertha; and his friends, the story is requisite reading for devotees of this brilliant author.
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by James Joyce - Project Gutenberg
The first edition of Ulysses was burned by the New York Post Office Authorities. It was labeled blasphemous, dirty and unreadable. To this day Ulysses remains the masterpiece, in which Joyce takes both vulgarity and lyricism to splendid extremes.
by James Joyce - B. W. Huebsch
Joyce's novel follows Stephen Dedalus, a sensitive and creative youth who rebels against his family, his education, and his country by committing himself to the artist's life. Considered by many the greatest bildungsroman in the English language.
by James Joyce - B.W. Huebsch
The book of short stories which describe brief scenes in the life of residents of Dublin at the beginning of the 20th century. The characters do not know each other, but their experiences often overlap. Their tragedies mirror that of Ireland.