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The World of James Joyce: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
This detailed illustration of Joyce's Dublin is packed with real people and fictional characters to seek and find. While working on the puzzle you travel back to 16 June 1904 and join Stephen Dedalus and Buck Mulligan in their Martello tower, Blazes Boylan jingling along in his carriage, Molly Bloom in her chamber and a host of other iconic Dubliners. Whether you've got a well-thumbed copy of Finnegans Wake or you've never read a word of Joyce, you'll delight in following Bloom on his odyssey through 'dear dirty Dublin'. There's never been an easier way to piece together a story!
Included is a poster that shows a picture of the completed puzzle. On the opposite side of the poster is a guide to various scenes within the puzzle wherein you can discover more about the people and characters and get a quick run-down of all the action in Ulysses by Joyce scholar Professor Joseph Brooker.
Joseph Brooker is a Professor of Modern Literature at Birkbeck, University of London. He is the author of Joyce's Critics (2004) and Flann O'Brien (2005), and has co-edited issues of Journal of Law & Society and New Formations. He has written numerous articles on the modern literature of Britain, Ireland and the United States.
The completed puzzle measures 19” x 27.” Ages 10 and up.