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James Joyce's Ulysses is an anti-stream of consciousness novel

By John Scholar, Lecturer in the Department of English Literature, University of Reading
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Get past the first 100 pages and you'll see that Joyce's style of writing mostly goes against what philosophers understand of the stream of consciousness.

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