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By Ian Balfour (Editor)

This precise factor of SAQ commemorates and interrogates—with various measures of appreciation and critique—the overdue paintings of the thinker Jacques Derrida.

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Late Derrida

This precise factor of SAQ commemorates and interrogates—with various measures of appreciation and critique—the overdue paintings of the thinker Jacques Derrida.

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E. leaves prematurely for an appointment. Mulligan, who received a telegram sent by Stephen to the pub where they were supposed to have met earlier, turns up and 48 READING ULYSSES joins the group. Bloom visits the library, enquiring about a provincial newspaper of the previous year which contains the Keyes design he needs. As Stephen and Mulligan are about to leave the library, Bloom passes out between them. Discussion The chapter’s Homeric correspondence refers to the perilous voyage of Ulysses between the twin dangers of the multi-headed monster Scylla and the whirlpool Charybdis.

That person is Bloom; Mulligan makes a brief address, having seen him earlier in the National Museum, while Stephen’s encounter with him is again an unspoken one. The moment seems pregnant with meaning, with the physical space that Bloom creates between them signalling the sundering of Stephen’s relationship with Mulligan – ‘Part. The moment is now. 1199) – a separation first heralded in the ‘Telemachus’ chapter. Although Bloom can be seen as a Ulysses figure as he sails out of the library between the two young men it is not clear what dangers he is avoiding; it is, moreover, just one moment in a chapter which barely features Bloom.

E. 269–344). Such is the coming and going of characters that Eglinton is the only one who is present for all of Stephen’s talk. Then there are moments of Stephen’s interiority that pepper his dialogue, such as the afore-cited recall of the money lent to him by A. , initially expressed in Shakespearian language, followed by a self-interrogation that recalls moments from earlier chapters (and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man) before jokingly concluding with ‘A. E. I. O. 192–213). ’. 130–5) in his presentation of Shakespeare links the final body count in Hamlet (‘Nine lives are taken off for his father’s one’) to the violence of British imperialism (‘khaki Hamlets don’t hesitate to shoot’) by way of the concentration camps setup during the Boer War.

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