During the Middle Age, the character of Ulysses is charged with new meanings, which trigger a process of multiplication of identities and symbols that have its fulcrum in Canto XXVI of Dante’s Inferno where, for the first time, the Homeric hero merges with the Christian…
Essays on Ulysses
by James Joyce
Best topics on Ulysses
Dublin, 16–17 June 1904
2 February 1922
Leopold Bloom, Molly Bloom, Stephen Dedalus
Ulysses is the story of an ordinary day in the life of Leopold Bloom, but it's a satire so this is all written as a modern reworking of The Odyssey.