A lively reading of Molly Bloom’s soliloquy from last year’s Bloomsday in Dublin
Today is James Joyce‘s birthday (1882-1941), and on this date in 1922 Ulysses was published.
From The Secular Scripture:
Ulysses concludes with the monologue of Molly Bloom who seems a pure White Goddess figure, the incarnation of a cyclical nature who embraces and abandons one lover after another. And yet she too is an embodiment of the chaste Penelope, and at the end of her ruminations she goes back to something very like the dawn of a first love (CW 18, 113-14)