Robert Berry Exhibit - Ulysses "Seen"

Robert Berry Exhibit - Ulysses "Seen"

at The Irish American Heritage Museum

The Irish American Heritage Museum will exhibit a comic adaptation of the 1922 edition of James Joyce's epic novel, Ulysses, by Robert Berry. If you've always wanted to read Ulysses, but have been intimidated by its size and density, this is a great new way to experience the literature. Berry is devoted to using "the visual aid of the graphic novel" to "foster understanding of public domain literary masterworks." He's clear to point out that Ulysses Seen isn't meant to replace Ulysses. Rather, it's meant to be a visual companion to the original work. It uses the comic narrative to "cut through jungles of unfamiliar references" and to help readers "appreciate the subtlety and artistry" of Joyce's text. Original artwork in the form of bookmarks available to buy.

Museum hours:

Wednesday - Friday: 11 AM - 4 PM
Saturday - Sunday: 12 PM - 4 PM
Monday - Tuesday: Closed

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June | Wednesdays - Sundays