James Joyce On What Made His Writing Immortal

And why you shouldn’t follow his example

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In 1922, Ulysses was published. One of the most cryptic novels in the history of literature.

Carl Jung, a famous psychoanalyst, wrote a review of the novel in 1932. He described it as fascinating but boring and concluded that Joyce was a functional schizophrenic.