Browse Exhibits (3 total)
This exhibit explores how the imagery and styles in two texts -- "A Drive Through Gibraltar" by Arthur M. Horwood, published in The Illustrated Naval and Military Magazine in 1888, and a selection from County Folk-Lore: Examples of Printed Folk-Lore concerning folk remedies for whooping cough and rheumatism -- add context and depth to Leopold Bloom, Molly Bloom, and the Gibraltar locale.
A comparitive analysis of the styles of commentary on vegetarianism in the "Lestrygonians" episode of Joyce's Ulysses and two items--one editorial, one letter--published in The Times (London) in 1898.
By exploring some of the stylistic developments and correspondences in the “Oxen of the Sun” episode, this exhibit aims to elucidate how the episode not only reflects the themes of birth and life but also communicates a sense of death. Death is present not only in the overarching storyline of the birth of Mina’s baby but also in several of the individual prose styles in the episode.