I recently read (I'm not sure where) that a lot of scholars recommend that readers listen to Ulysses as opposed to reading it. Due to the narrator's pauses, inflections and tone, apparently readers will get a more robust understanding of the material in audio form.
I currently have two credits on my Audible account and am struggling to get even a short way into the copy of Ulysses I borrowed from my local library. What to do, what to do?
So... dear readers, what do you
Shit just got real, y'all. My next book is... gulp... Ulysses by James Joyce. A bunch of episodes back, I had that false alarm about Finnegans Wake but after running it past a bunch of people, it was determined that the reference wasn't legit. If it was, I'd still be reading it. I feel that The Joyce Spectrum of Difficulty goes: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (which I've read)>>>Ulysses>>>Finnegans Wake So, Ulysses is of medium difficulty. But when we're talking abou