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This is a group for anyone interested in knowing what James Joyce's Ulysses is all about without initially having to read the book. This Meetup is to invite "ordinary" people to stroll through Ulysses through readings and enactments with hearty discu

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Joycean adventurers
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The works of Joseph Campbell explore the myths and tales that trace the story of human kind from the Palaeolithic to the present. They help us discover a living counterpart of this saga in the layered dynamics of our own psyche and the realisation of

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Odysseans
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"Where do you begin in this? Stephen asked, opening another book. Weep no more, Comyn said." (25) Weeping will be kept discretionary. Calling all insufferable Joyceans, literature enthusiasts and masochists to embark on what promises to be a long, tu

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Joyceans
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I read James Joyce's Ulysses some 15 years ago and remember finding the book alternately hilarious and puzzling. I'd like to read the book again, but thought it would be fun to do so in company. This is a group for people who might enjoy reading Ul

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Readers
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Welcoming all to read (or reread!) Ulysses.

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Brave Voyagers
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“‘Ulysses’ innovated for itself and itself only. It is inimitable. It is also possibly mad.” Anthony Burgess This is an act of desperation. Another Bloomsday has come and gone and I am no closer to understanding James Joyce’s “Ulysses” than I was whe

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Joyce Division
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We come together to read and discuss James Joyce's novel "Ulysses". Everybody who is interested is welcome. We will use both the English text and the German translation.

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We are reading and discussing James Joyce's masterpiece, Finnegans Wake a few pages every month. We'd love to have anyone with an interest in relishing all the details in this rich book join us.

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There doesn't seem to be much Bloom planned in London on June 16, 2015. I suggest a short walk around some substitute locations with book in hand. Nothing needed except a bit of interest and, ideally, a copy of Ulysses. Depending on who shows interes

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A group to establish a Discordian cabal, practice ceremonial magic and brain change, smoke grass, find ways to say goodnight to boredom. We'll meet once a week and go from there. Magic can be terribly fun.

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August 18, 2015

A group to establish a Discordian cabal, practice ceremonial magic and brain change, smoke grass, find ways to say goodnight to boredom. We'll meet once a week and go from there. Magic can be terribly fun.

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magicians
July 21, 2015

We come together to read and discuss James Joyce's novel "Ulysses". Everybody who is interested is welcome. We will use both the English text and the German translation.

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Mitglieder
June 17, 2015

“‘Ulysses’ innovated for itself and itself only. It is inimitable. It is also possibly mad.” Anthony Burgess This is an act of desperation. Another Bloomsday has come and gone and I am no closer to understanding James Joyce’s “Ulysses” than I was whe

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Joyce Division
June 11, 2015

There doesn't seem to be much Bloom planned in London on June 16, 2015. I suggest a short walk around some substitute locations with book in hand. Nothing needed except a bit of interest and, ideally, a copy of Ulysses. Depending on who shows interes

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Members
March 22, 2015

Welcoming all to read (or reread!) Ulysses.

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Brave Voyagers
January 21, 2015

This is a group for anyone interested in knowing what James Joyce's Ulysses is all about without initially having to read the book. This Meetup is to invite "ordinary" people to stroll through Ulysses through readings and enactments with hearty discu

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Joycean adventurers
January 20, 2015

I read James Joyce's Ulysses some 15 years ago and remember finding the book alternately hilarious and puzzling. I'd like to read the book again, but thought it would be fun to do so in company. This is a group for people who might enjoy reading Ul

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Readers
December 23, 2014

"Where do you begin in this? Stephen asked, opening another book. Weep no more, Comyn said." (25) Weeping will be kept discretionary. Calling all insufferable Joyceans, literature enthusiasts and masochists to embark on what promises to be a long, tu

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Joyceans
October 17, 2013

Let's meet to read and analyze a few pages of Finnegans Wake. Perhaps we can find a space in a local Irish Pub. I propose a monthly meeting to start. At that rate, we could be through the book and ready, through a commodius vicus of recirculation, to

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Earwickers
April 20, 2012

We are reading and discussing James Joyce's masterpiece, Finnegans Wake a few pages every month. We'd love to have anyone with an interest in relishing all the details in this rich book join us.

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