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Proust [2] Reads Ulysses by James Joyce, Episode 17b "Ithaca" (pgs. 577-607)

We will return to the Paris Bakery on Westwood Blvd at 10am, Dec 4th. 

Please complete Episode 17b, "Ithaca" (p. [masked]) in the Gabler Edition).

I would also like to thank the MeetUppers who attend this group, the discussions have be a delight. Everyone's insightful contributions and dogged research have brought such depth to understanding this great work of literature.

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Proust and Joyce, the two foremost novelists of the 20th Century met once with neither having read the other. We will not repeat that faux pas. 

Free street parking (Sundays only)

Ulysses readers gather in the park - the Westwood Memorial Park - to commemorate the Hades episode. -September 2016.

 

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  • Anthony A.

    Sorry fellow readers (and new friends), new job has me working Sundays which will probably keep me, from you for a long while. May your escapes in reading, rather be long peregrinations with friends.

    5 days ago

    • David J.

      So sorry we will lose you to a lucrative monetary endeavor. Consider our Saturday groups reading Milton now and Melville and Flaubert in January 2017. All the best, --David

      4 days ago

    • Sharon M.

      Will miss your interesting comments!! Hurry back, Anthony!

      4 days ago

  • Anthony A.

    The descriptions of geography/technology/persons, in this Q & A, remind me less of socratic dialogue (which has something pure and human about it) or a christian catechism (somewhat OK, as a list in a book, of the doctrines of burgeoning faith, now defunct?), than a new INDUSTRIAL CATECHISM (somewhat not OK). The new book on pedantical life, something coming after humanism and christianity, is a post human reality. One (not 2 or 3 yet), that we all part take (participate in fractionally (fractiously)), whenever (now countup 2, 3, 2014, 2015, and so forth) we use numb ers . . .

    November 22

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