Friday, November 14, 2008

Ulysses Ulysses by James Joyce

My review

rating: 4 of 5 stars
I wasn't sure how to rate this is not for the faint of heart or impatient. The real merit here lies in the literary moves: Joyce's almost obsessive metaphors, symbolisms and styles. At times the content is crude, and usually the plot is convoluted, forcing strict attention from the reader. Overall, a magnificent, highly self-aware epic.

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Jessica G. said...

Sure...but are there any pictures? ;)

Dru said...

Frankly, I think you are wasting your imagination on all this reading stuff. Just do what I do and let someone else do the imagining by simply waiting for the movie to come out. That will leave you with more time to do constructive things like watch tv episodes of 24, video games on my iphone, watch Strongbad and Flight of the Conchords on the internet, etc.

AmShaZam said...

A morsel of needed wisdom, Dru! I will try this in school and see how it works out.

Jessica said...

Wow, I am not sure I even understood all those words! You are getting to smart for me. :)