(U) Ulysses, “Proteus,” Episode 3~pp 37-51.

copyright (c) don ward, 2020  References from Stuart Gilbert’s James Joyce’s Ulysses
      • Title: Proteus
      • Scene: Sandymount Strand
      • Hour: 11 a.m.
      • Organ: (none)
      • Art: Philology
                    • Colour: Green
                    • Symbol: Tide
                    • Technic: Monologue (male)


Some Favorite Quotes among Many

” Me sits there his augur’s rod of ash in borrowed sandals, by day beside a livid sea, unbeheld, in violet night walking beneath a reign of uncouth stars.” Stephen contemplates a life as yet unripened
  Telémakhos could not keep still, but whispered,/ his head bent close, so the others might not hear:/ My dear friend, can you believe your eyes?/ the murmuring hall, how luminous it is/ with bronze, gold amber, silver, and ivory!/  
Homer’s Odyssey, trans. Robert Fitzgerald


What’s Important?

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