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The people at All the World’s a Page have found a new and interesting way to experience Ulysses. Since 2010, All the World’s a Page have been printing entire fiction and non-fiction books on poster-sized sheets for display (or reading). All 265,222 words of Ulysses are on the page as well as Bloom’s late night ledger and the musical notations printed in 2.47 point Malaga font. The product is described both as a trophy and a map, interesting ways to visualize Joyce’s work which is often spoken of as a readerly rite of passage and a textual labyrinth. View the poster here and the other items from All the World’s a Page here.
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