Ulises - James Joyce - Cuenco de plata
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Cuenco de plata
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Tapa Blanda

Each of the eighteen chapters of Ulysses has its own technique, which would require special analysis. However, they all have a common feature: each passage, each phrase, each fragment only becomes intelligible if it is put in relation to others. Also shown here is the affinity that Joyce's work possesses with music. Ulysses must be read as a score; it could even be repressed as such. To truly understand Ulysses, one would have to bear in mind the entire work when reading each sentence, a requirement that borders on the impossible. But what does this mean, compared to the spiritual energy and power that the author had to use, in forging this dense work, to keep in mind at every moment of its conception and execution the innumerable relationships that are established between its elements, and knot them in a coherent whole. Only considered from this point of view, the Ulysses appears to ...read more



Book: Ulises

ISBN: 9789873743948