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Worth The Drive: “In Bed With Ulysses” in Chestertown

The poet T.S. Elliot once summed up the impact of James Joyce and the publication of "Ulysses" in 1922 by saying, “He single-handedly killed the 19th century.” That's a pretty powerful indictment for a book that very few people have actually read. In fact, the completion of reading the 700 pages is so difficult, specific support groups have emerged in New York City for those brave enough to tackle the literary beast. For those who want a easy way out for understanding the meaning and message behind this literary tour de force, the Spy suggests running over to Washington College late … [Read More...]