Past exhibition: A Taste for Ulysses

From 06/02/2010 to 06/27/2010

A Taste for Ulysses celebrates centrality of food, feasting, and fine (and unfine) dining in Ulysses. Manuscript pages from the eighth episode, in which Leopold Bloom eats lunch and Joyce explicitly explores the topics of cannibalism, taste, feeding, consumption, and digestion, will be on view. Artifacts from the Rosenbach’s collection, including mid-century photographs of Dublin pubs and restaurants included in Ulysses, are also included. On view during regular museum hours.