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    Subject: Elizabeth's take on Joyce
    Date: Aug 19, 2008
    Sender: James JoycePrevious

    "Joyce wrote in a climate that was hostile to Ulysses, and utterly uncomprehending of the darker, trickier Finnegan’s Wake. My wish today, the day after Bloomsday, is that the real poets who are still living will write some real work, however torturously. Work that might sprawl over thousands of pages and change style eighteen times, or work that pierces the heart of a life in a few short phrases. They should go on that odyssey even if it means madness, or blindness, or never returning home."
    -Elizabeth Bachner, July 2008

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