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James Joyce's Ulysses, arguably the greatest novel of the twentieth century, has been the subject of scandal from first publication in 1922. When Bruce Arnold's The Scandal of Ulysses first appeared, twelve years ago, it was described as "the sensational life of a twentieth-century masterpiece" and "the definitive biography." In 1992, with the ending of copyright, the sensational, scandalous part of the life of Ulysses seemed to be drawing to a close. This was far from the truth.
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