Irish Literature - Ulysses

Irish Literature: Ulysses

Have you always wanted to read Ulysses? What better time to start than the centenary year of Joyce's epic? You can now sign up to a one year class where we will navigate our way through this epic in an enjoyable and highly rewarding program. We will meet weekly and there will be plenty of support material such as a weekly video, slides, newspapers excerpts, focus on allusions in the book, including journeys through to Homer, Dante, Shakespeare and many others with plenty of additional interesting aspects. But we will get to the end by Bloomsday 2023!

Celebrate Bloomsday 16th June 2022 by joining this exciting new course. Full course is 48 weeks. You can also attend in 8-week sections. Ideal for literary enthusiasts at any level.

Breaks for August, Christmas & Easter.

Presented by Dr Martin Keaveney, John McGahern scholar & associate lecturer in Irish Literature at NUIG. Delivered via Zoom.
Starts Bloomsday Eve, Wednesday 15th June 2022 at 5.15-6.30pm

Register for the year = €795 (48 weeks)
Register for 8 weeks = €140
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Virtual Class here  
Classes delivered via Zoom. If you need help with Zoom call 00353876007100 for assistance.
Wed 15 Jun to Wed 27 July
Contact telephone: 0353876007100 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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