Ulysses

Ulysses

Author: James Joyce
Read By: LibriVox Volunteers
Duration: 1 day, 8:39:01
Copyright Year: 1922
English

Ulysses

NOTE: Because of the nature of this project, there was a bending of usual LibriVox procedures: pub-like background noise was encouraged, as well as group readings; and no editing was required, so in places there may be some accidental variation from the original text ... Listener be warned! Here is some more information about the genesis of the LibriVox Ulysses project. (Summary by Hugh McGuire) Still one of the most radical novels of the 20th Century, James Joyce's Ulysses is considered to have ushered in the era of the modern novel. Loosely based on Homer's Odyssey, the book follows Leopold Bloom and a number of other characters through an ordinary day, twenty four hours, in Dublin, on June 16, 1904. The text is dense and difficult, but perfectly suited to an oral reading, filled with language tricks, puns and jokes, stream of consciousness, and bawdiness. Full cast list for sections 15f and 15g: Character identifications read by Chip Read by: Kirsten Ferreri and Max Porter Zasada Bloom read by David Barnes Stephen read by Alex Foster Kitty read by Kristin LeMoine Florry read by Alessia Zoe read by Catharine Eastman Lynch read by Stephan Möbius Bella, list of names, and sundry characters read by Kymm Zuckert Marion read by Nikolle Doolin Boylan read by Rainer Private Carr read by Matthew Shepherd Private Compton read by Seth Woodworth Cissy Caffrey read by Kara Shallenberg Maginni read by Hugh Mcguire The Mother read by Cynthia Lyons Additional sundry characters and background voices: Peter Yearsley, Martin Clifton, Stephan Möbius, Kymm Zuckert, Ted Delorme, Hajduk, John Greenman, Tina Tilney, Annie Coleman, The Good Reverend Doctor, Mark F. Smith, Esther, Cecilia, Gesine, Anita Roy Dobbs, Kristin LeMoine, Catharine Eastman, Peter Eastman The ten segments were edited as follows: 1st, 5th, and 6th segments with The Woods, The Dance, and The Ghost, were edited by Anita Roy Dobbs; 2nd and 4th segments with The Brothel and The Race were edited and sound designed by Stephan Möbius; 3rd and 10th segments with The Affair and The End were edited by Gesine; 7th segment, with The Chase, was edited by The Good Reverend Doctor; 8th and 9th segments, with The Kings and The Fight, were edited and sound designed by annelika.

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stately, plump Buck ...
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you, cochrane, what city sent ...
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ineluctable modality of the visible ...
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mr. leopold bloom ate with relish ...
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by lorries along sir john rogerson's ...
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martin cunningham, first, poked ...
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in the heart of the hibernian ...
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buck Mulligan rapped…
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the superior, very reverend ...
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the lacquey by the door
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bronze by gold heard ...
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never would richie...
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I was just passing the time ...
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here says joe …
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the summer evening had ...
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edy boardman asked …
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canon ohanlon put …
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wonder how is she
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deshil holles eamus ...
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to revert to mr. bloom
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the mabbot street entrance…
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GEORGE FOTTRELL: (Clerk of the crown…
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bloom explains to those near him…
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ELIJAH: No yapping…
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RICHIE GOULDING: (Bagweighted…
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BLOOM: (Pigeonbreasted…
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SIMON: Think of your mother…
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preparatory to anything ...
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there ensued a somewhat …
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this morning hynes …
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what parallel courses did...
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what two temperaments
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how did the centripetal …
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what did the 2nd …
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yes because he never did ...
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he was looking at me …
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