Monthly Archives: January 2011

Supplemental Lecture on “Circe”

Are you as scared of “Circe” as I am?  Now we don’t have to be afraid anymore!  Prof. Christine Froula of Northwestern University has bravely agreed to present a lecture on the “Circe” episode on Wednesday, February 23, at 6:30 p.m.  The event will take place at the Main Library’s Community Meeting Room.  Registration is not required.

Many of us had the privilege of hearing Prof. Froula’s amazing lecture at our jam-packed June 16 meeting.  Now we get to bask in her knowledge again.  The lecture itself will last about 45 min., plus time for questions at the end.  Get the most out of it by at least starting the reading ahead of time.  Just to clarify – this event is in addition to our regular March meetings.  I hope to see you all there!

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Cyclops “Seen” (Sort of)

Don’t you wish all of Ulysses were available in graphic novel format?  Reading “Telemachus” on Ulysses “Seen” certainly helped me clear that first hurdle back in July, but alas, none of the other episodes are available yet.  As someone who favors visual formats, I sometimes feel compelled to process my reading experience through pictures or other illustrations.  So, I present to you “Cyclops.”  Thank you, Google Images and Photoshop.

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