One Hundred Years of James Joyce's Ulysses

Set on one day, 16 June 1904, James Joyce’s Ulysses follows the young poet Stephen Dedalus and the unlikely hero Leopold Bloom as they journey through Dublin. The groundbreaking novel links the epic to the ordinary, connecting characters and motifs from Homer’s ancient Greek poem the Odyssey with life in the Irish city that created Joyce.

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June 3 through October 2, 2022

Berenice Abbott (1898–1991), James Joyce, 1928. The Morgan Library & Museum, New York, gift of Sean and Mary Kelly, 2018; 2018.20. © Berenice Abbott via Getty Images

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