HISTORY - Introducing James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’
Meet Joyce’s everyman Leopold Bloom and his racy, earthy wife Molly, along with a host of other Dubliner's brought to vivid life.
- Date: Feb 05, 2020 - May 06, 2020
- Day: Wednesday
- Time : 6.00pm - 8.00pm
- Category: History and Politics, Personal development, The Arts
- Venue : To be confirmed in office on start date
- Cost: €145 for twelve classes
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Experience the sights, sounds, smells and speech of Dublin in 1904 as captured in Joyce’s immortal words. Week by week, you will enter a world of love, family, comedy, politics, betrayal and passion, all played out on the streets so familiar to us all.
Facilitated by a seasoned teacher of Joyce, this course is aimed at all readers: no previous knowledge of Joyce is presumed of participants. Each session will be a stimulating, enjoyable mixture of group reading, instruction, discussion and guided exploration of the book. The only thing you need to bring is a copy of the novel itself – any edition is fine. The course will conclude with an optional guided walking tour of many of the sites mentioned in ‘Ulysses’.
Dr Conor Farnan has a longstanding passion for all things Joyce. Having worked with Joyce’s nephew at the James Joyce Centre, he has gone on to teach Joyce both in university and adult education settings. A number of his publications on Joyce are also in print.
Please register online or call the office on 01 8735879
Course added on: 05/07/2018
Details last updated on: 07/01/2020