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Happy 100th Dubliners Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)19:00 UTC+1 No.5016172 Report

Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)19:02 UTC+1 No.5016180 Report

boring book.
Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)19:10 UTC+1 No.5016207 Report

Experience has shown me over and over that when someone calls a book boring, the truth is that the book is thoughtful and the critic is not. It's a badge of honor for books of substance. Thanks for keeping up the tradition.
Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)19:12 UTC+1 No.5016216 Report

It's not until tomorrow.
Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)19:14 UTC+1 No.5016223 Report

That's Bloomsday. Dubliners was published 15 June 1914.
Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)00:38 UTC+1 No.5017736 Report

If nobody's going to comment, maybe some of you would at least be interested in this Introduction for the book, written by Anthony Burgess and lost until recently:
Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)00:42 UTC+1 No.5017749 Report

It's not always that, a book can be boring. In the case of The Ulysses whoever thinks it's boring is only because has not put any effort in understanding it.
Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)00:53 UTC+1 No.5017795 Report


What about Dubliners? Do you find the stories, their progression, their revelations, boring?
Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)01:01 UTC+1 No.5017835 Report

I didn't specially like Dubliners tbh, but it's not a boring book. In Dubliners I could not understand the story as a whole, but in Ulysses the point is very clear so I found very funny to read.
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