Founder's Day Lecture - James Joyce, or: How Good Writers Borrow, Great Writers Steal

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Karen Lawrence, president of The Huntington and a James Joyce scholar, delivers the annual Founder's Day Lecture on the subject of Joyce's novel Ulysses. Lawrence's lecture examines what makes Joyce one of the greatest writers, and how he created one of the most original novels by stealing from everybody else.


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