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1chrisharpe
Fev 19, 2008, 8:40am

I've always had half an eye open for a used copy of Anthony Burgess's ReJoyce in the secondhand bookstores, but I've never come across one. By now, having not seen a copy, I'm curious to know whether it is worth buying new. Any comments from anyone who has read it?

2jveezer
Fev 19, 2008, 10:21am

There is a used paperback copy available at Powell's Books in Portland. You could order it on-line, of course. I have not heard anything about the book myself but you have piqued my interest. I would be very curious to see what the writer of A Clockwork Orange has to say about Joyce! It seems he did a fair amount of literary criticism, including a book on Shakespeare.

3Seamusoz
Mar 15, 2008, 10:56pm

G'Day fellow Joyceans. I also have been looking for Burgess' work on Joyce. I have his book on Shakespeare and that is a good read. I am particularly interested in A.B.'s comments on Finnegans Wake. Seamusoz

4pueben
Editado: Ago 5, 2008, 6:45pm

A site to recommend in these cases is http://www.antiqbook.com/

That's where I found Richard Hamilton's Imaging Ulysses.