Monday, June 16, 2014

Happy Bloomsday!

Martin Amis:
...that then leaves Ulysses, which is clearly the century's key text. It is impossible to cite or imagine any other novel, apart from Don Quixote, capable of giving the form of fiction such a violent evolutionary jolt. ("Nabokov and literary greatness," 1999-04-15)
Happy Bloomsday!


  1. Read it three times, never gets old or dull. A great work of modernism that is also deeply humanistic. I would love to be in Dublin on some future Bloomsday.

    1. Yep, I return to it again and again and am always amazed at how much I can still discover in it.