A riotous tribute to James Joyce and a surprising tour of the house of fiction.
About the Author
Juliaín Riíos is Spain’s foremost postmodernist writer. After co-authoring two books with Octavio Paz, Riíos has gone on to write numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, including Poundemonium, Loves That Bind, Monstruary, Kitaj: Pictures and Conversations, and The House of Ulysses, all of which have been published in English translation. He divides his time between Paris and Madrid.
About the Translator
Nick Caistor is a translator, editor, and author. He has written a biography of Octavio Paz and has translated the works of José Saramago, Paulo Coelho, and Juliaín Riíos, among others.
"Julian Rios's texts are very important... they are an assimilation of the most radical traditions." Octavio Paz "Rios provides a neat compression of much academic insights, crammed into a small, portable, and accessible companion... The essential function of 'The House of Ulysses' is to direct our gaze away from its own pages. Holding a guidebook, we learn. Then we put it down, to look up (or down) again at its own inspiration." -New York Journal of Books "Thoughtful, humorous and intriguing reading expertly translated by Nick Caistor, 'The House of Ulysses' is a core pick for any world literature collection." The Midwest Book Review "A festive, creative, and highly original manipulation of a famous text; highly rewarding for those who appreciate participatory readings and intertextual relationships." Library Journal "...'The House of Ulysses' is an engaging resource and a brilliant testament to the wonderful confusion and debate that Ulysses so frequently inspires." -Irish American Magazine
Series: Spanish Literature Series
For Ages: 22+ years old
Number Of Pages: 280
Published: 9th November 2010
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 14.0
Weight (kg): 0.35