Friday, 21 June 2019

Tuesday, 18 June 2019, Penelope, Episode 18 (end of book)


The last reading reached the end of the book.

Please note: A new round will begin in a little while. We will post an announcement here as soon as possible.


If you wish to read Chandra Holm's explanatory notes about the final passages of Ulysses, check her earlier entries for this blog, e.g. the post for 13 December 2016.

Chandra hosted the blog when she was herself following Fritz Senn's Tuesday readings of Ulysses and has gathered a wealth of elucidating material and commentaries. You can find all her blog entries to the right of this text in the bar under Blog Archive.


Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Tuesday, 28 May 2019, Penelope, Episode 18 (18.1062)


The last reading stopped at:

          “he felt lost”

                    (Penelope U18.1062)



If you wish to read Chandra Holm's explanatory notes about the passages just read, check her earlier entries for this blog, e.g. the post for 22 November 2016.

Chandra hosted the blog when she was herself following Fritz Senn's Tuesday readings of Ulysses and has gathered a wealth of elucidating material and commentaries. You can find all her blog entries to the right of this text in the bar under Blog Archive.


Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Tuesday, 14 May 2019, Penelope, Episode 18 (18.595)


The last reading stopped at:

          “till Monday”

                    (Penelope U18.595)


If you wish to read Chandra Holm's explanatory notes about the passages just read, check her earlier entries for this blog, e.g. the post for 8 November 2016.

Chandra hosted the blog when she was herself following Fritz Senn's Tuesday readings of Ulysses and has gathered a wealth of elucidating material and commentaries. You can find all her blog entries to the right of this text in the bar under Blog Archive.


Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Tuesday, 7 May 2019, Penelope, Episode 18 (18.437)


The last reading stopped at:

          “the world is divided in any case” 

                    (Penelope 18.437)


If you wish to read Chandra Holm's explanatory notes about the passages just read, check her earlier entries for this blog, e.g. the post for 1 November 2016.

Chandra hosted the blog when she was herself following Fritz Senn's Tuesday readings of Ulysses and has gathered a wealth of elucidating material and commentaries. You can find all her blog entries to the right of this text in the bar under Blog Archive.


Thursday, 2 May 2019

Tuesday, 30 April 2019, Penelope, Episode 18 (18.245)


The last reading stopped at:

          “surely are they.”

                    (Penelope U18.245)



If you wish to read Chandra Holm's explanatory notes about the passages just read, check her earlier entries for this blog, e.g. the post for 25 October 2016.

Chandra hosted the blog when she was herself following Fritz Senn's Tuesday readings of Ulysses and has gathered a wealth of elucidating material and commentaries. You can find all her blog entries to the right of this text in the bar under Blog Archive.


Thursday, 25 April 2019

Tuesday, 23 April 2019, Penelope, Episode 18 (18.39)


The last reading saw the end of episode 17 (“Ithaca”) and started episode 18 (“Penelope”), stopping at:

          “who else who.”

                    (Penelope U18.39)



If you wish to read Chandra Holm's explanatory notes about the passages just read, check her earlier entries for this blog, e.g. the post for 18 October 2016 (A) and 18 October (B).

Chandra hosted the blog when she was herself following Fritz Senn's Tuesday readings of Ulysses and has gathered a wealth of elucidating material and commentaries. You can find all her blog entries to the right of this text in the bar under Blog Archive.


Thursday, 18 April 2019

Tuesday, 16 April 2019, Ithaca, Episode 17 (17.2243)


The last reading stopped at:

          “osculation.”

                    (Ithaca U17.2243)

If you wish to read Chandra Holm's explanatory notes about the passages just read, check her earlier entries for this blog, e.g. the post for 11 October 2016.

Chandra hosted the blog when she was herself following Fritz Senn's Tuesday readings of Ulysses and has gathered a wealth of elucidating material and commentaries. You can find all her blog entries to the right of this text in the bar under Blog Archive.