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Ulysses: Reading and Interpreting a Masterwork and its Orbiters

Intermediate | Ulysses was partially serialized and then published fully in 1922. Promptly, it was banned. The book is composed of three parts and eighteen episodes, and is widely considered a masterpiece, yet also deemed inaccessible by many readers. In this class, we’ll read Ulysses and discuss its structure, prose, reception, influences, and literary offspring, and write our own experimental works.

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Instructor: Stacy Selby

Class Type: 10 Sessions

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Term: Winter 2022

Start Date: 01/23/2022

No Class On: 2/20/2022

End Date: 03/27/2022

Days of the Week: Sunday

Time: 1:10 pm – 3:10 pm PST

Minimum Class Size: 5

Maximum Class Size: 15

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Stacy Selby

Stacy Selby is a graduate of the MFA program in fiction at Syracuse University. Their work has been published in the New Ohio Review, Boulevard, and Bellevue Literary Review, amongst others. They have a book forthcoming from Grove Atlantic.

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