24 comments on “Fμckbird and Jim: James Joyce’s letters to Nora Barnacle

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    • It’s an unorthodox and off-the-wall interpretation of the texts, no doubt about that Jimmy, but in some strange way I suspect you may be onto something. Let’s hope your contribution to Joycean scholarship does not go unnoticed.

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  12. I didn’t know Joyce was so interesting! After how he treated Sylvia Beach when he found another publisher for Ulysses, I thought the man was a dick. But these love letters are something else. Not even Henry Miller wrote like this, and that’s saying something.

    Shame the letters aren’t available in their entirety for purchase. I was never able to get into Joyce. But these letters might help.

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  20. Hello, Funny or Die! Thanks for visiting. YOU’RE FUCKING WELCOME. I don’t own these letters and nor do you, but I’m the one who dug them out and FFS, even Buzzfeed gave me a nod when they listicled it.

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