Friday, June 16, 2006

A Bloomsday survey.

Choose your answer; give your reason:

James Joyce has had a (A) good (B) bad (C) indifferent effect on the course of literature.

My mind is open on this subject. Best response wins my frayed, dog-eared paperback copy of Portrait of the Artist that I read for Humanities 101 at the University of South Florida in 1965 (if I can find it).

Beware the agenbite of inwit.

1 comment:

  1. Good --
    Ulysses struck a mighty blow for the down-with-censorship crowd!

    Bad --
    Now every pornographer thinks they're turning out litrachure

    Indifferent --
    It was gonna happen anyway