25th July 2012 – 20th December 2012

ADDRESS

The James Joyce Centre, 35 North Great George's Street, Dublin 1

CONTACT

+353 1 878 8547
info@jamesjoyce.ie

WEB

www.jamesjoyce.ie

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Rob Berry's 'Ulysses 'Seen'' at the James Joyce Centre

The James Joyce Centre is delighted to present an exhibition of original drawings by illustrator Rob Berry from the ‘Ulysses “Seen”’ project, an adaptation of Joyce’s Ulysses. The work will be on display at the Centre until Thursday 20th December 2012.

‘Ulysses “Seen”’ is a web based comic adaptation of Joyce’s masterpiece, developed with the aim of reinvigorating an appreciation for a work which has established a reputation for inaccessibility. The project offers itself as a unique companion piece to the novel, transposing the subtlety and humour of the book into a comic narrative form which will be familiar to 21st Century readers. The result is what the Huffington Post has called a “breathtaking adaptation”.

See www.ulyssesseen.com for more about the comic.

Rob Berry's 'Ulysses 'Seen'' at the James Joyce Centre

25th July 2012 – 20th December 2012

ADDRESS

The James Joyce Centre, 35 North Great George's Street, Dublin 1

CONTACT

+353 1 878 8547
info@jamesjoyce.ie

WEB

www.jamesjoyce.ie

Share

The James Joyce Centre is delighted to present an exhibition of original drawings by illustrator Rob Berry from the ‘Ulysses “Seen”’ project, an adaptation of Joyce’s Ulysses. The work will be on display at the Centre until Thursday 20th December 2012.

‘Ulysses “Seen”’ is a web based comic adaptation of Joyce’s masterpiece, developed with the aim of reinvigorating an appreciation for a work which has established a reputation for inaccessibility. The project offers itself as a unique companion piece to the novel, transposing the subtlety and humour of the book into a comic narrative form which will be familiar to 21st Century readers. The result is what the Huffington Post has called a “breathtaking adaptation”.

See www.ulyssesseen.com for more about the comic.

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