Ulysses is one of the greatest books ever written. It's also one of the most challenging. This very special new iPad app, however, gives an unprecedented ease of access to the novel. With its multiple aids to understanding, there's no longer any reason for knowing Ulysses only by its title. Read on to find out why.
The unabridged text with 800 annotations.
The award-winning abridged recording by Jim Norton and Marcella Riordan.
The abridged text, also with individual annotations, that can be read while listening.
An introduction to the novel by Joyce scholar Derek Attridge.
Background on James Joyce and the publishing history of Ulysses.
A recording of a live talk – 'James Joyce's Women' – given at the Oxford Literary Festival.
Recordings of many extracts of music mentioned in Ulysses, from Mozart to traditional Irish ballads.
The complete text of Homer's Odyssey, in a new translation by Ian Johnston, alongside an article explaining Ulysses' connection to it.