International Readings

Check out our selection of International Readings.We have called on visitors to the shop in Lincoln Place to read an extract from Ulysses in their own language.

Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
Catalonia
Chile
China
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany

Haiti
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Lithuania
Morocco
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Palestine
Poland
Portugal

Romania
Russian Federation
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
SwedenTaiwan
United Kingdom
United States
Yemen

Move the mouse over the map to select a country.

(You can click on the '+' button to zoom in and see individual European countries in detail.)

*We also have a second recording from Russia

Episode 5 – Lotus Eaters

The pages being read are near the end of Chapter 5.
It starts about 3 pages from the end.
Look for a long paragraph beginning…..
‘He stood up’.
In that paragraph we start with the sentence beginning
‘ He passed, discreetly buttoning,…..’
and we end about 2 pages later with the one sentence paragraph,
‘ He strolled out of the shop…in his left hand.’

Sweny's Pharmacy

The Ulysses Foreign Language Translation Recording Project was devised by Val O'Donnell on behalf of

F.W Sweny Ltd.,1 Lincoln Place, Dublin 2 - where Leopold Bloom bought his bar of lemon soap on 'Bloomsday' 1904.

The recordings have been reformatted for the web by Dáithí O Broin
Dáithí's work can be seen at http://daithiobroin.ie
This Project is supported by Dublin UNESCO City of Literature

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