By Margot Norris (auth.)
Veteran Joyce pupil Margot Norris deals an cutting edge learn of the approaches of interpreting Ulysses as narrative and makes a speciality of the unexplored implications, subplots, subtexts, hidden narratives, and narratology in a single of the twentieth-century's such a lot influential novels.
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39). Simon Dedalus’s hostile response to those who have given his son shelter—“that Mulligan cad” and “the Goulding faction”— directs insults to Stephen’s benefactors without offering to replace their hospitality to his son. 494]) in the first place. Clearly, a search for this particular father is futile, and Stephen never contemplates it. An hour later, the funeral over, Simon Dedalus has preceded his son to The Evening Telegraph and departs before Stephen arrives. Father and son miss each other but exhibit remarkably similar behavior in the newspaper office, each leading the cohort there to follow them to a pub for a drink.
Presumably because Molly asked him to, in order to tire him Introduction 21 out sufficiently to forestall the initiation of sex, according to Kenner. But what if Joyce had the larger analogue of the “secret of the marriage bed” in mind with this furniture rearrangement? Odysseus reveals his knowledge that the marriage bed cannot be moved—because it is constructed out of a living olive tree—when Penelope orders it transported outside the bedroom. “Eurycleia, spread for him the thick bed/ Outside the well-based bedroom which the man made himself.
782). The question is not innocent, as O’Molloy reveals before Stephen even has a chance to answer it. “A. E. has been telling some yankee interviewer that you came to him in the small hours of the morning to ask him about planes of consciousness. Magennis thinks you must have been pulling A. 785). 13 “Speaking about me. What did he say? What did he say? What did he say about me? 789). Stephen doesn’t get the opportunity to ask, nor O’Molloy to tell him anything more, because professor MacHugh now counters the Seymour Bushe recital with a rhetoric story of his own about John F.
Virgin and Veteran Readings of Ulysses by Margot Norris (auth.)