EN 536 Joyce's Ulysses (Fall: 3)

One single semester. One demanding class. One hugely important book. This course will lead you on an extended exploration of Joyce's Ulysses. Joyce is intermittently baffling; he's always fascinating; he's frequently hilarious. He's never less than challenging. No prior knowledge of Joyce's works is required, just a willingness to tackle the challenges offered by this wonderful, astonishing, intricate text. The demand that I make of my reader, he wrote, is that he should devote his whole life to reading my works. I think a semester will do. Mainly for the daring.
Joseph Nugent

Last Updated: 31-JAN-13