Wednesday, 13 July 2011


Marilyn was not stupid.

James Joyce's Ulysses is among the greatest things I have ever read. This proclamation may be limited comprehensively, as well as unoriginal, but I in no way find the novel laboriously pretentious or complexional as many. Basically, I fully appreciate and comprehend its non-linear narrative, the most vividly inspiring and accurate depiction of the course and senses of the human experience, absolutely revolutionary in the author's creative origin, and foundational to all modern literature succeeding it.

We increment and reflect our thoughts far beyond the confines of immediate statement or perception.

Have I proven this point?

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