More About Joyce & Ulysses Online

by TheBloomingIdiot

Want to learn more? There is plenty of Ulysses material available online.

Texts & References

The full text of Ulysses is available online in several formats: plain text, as a PDF, and with annotations.


There are several unabridged recordings of Ulysses available for sale. The authorized version by Jim Norton and Marcella Riordan and the full-cast radio production by Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) are two of the best.

For countries outside the UK and European Union (where Ulysses is under copyright until 2012) there is also a free version by the folks at LibriVox (a public domain audiobook project).

Music in the Works of James Joyce is dedicated to cataloging and recording the numerous songs Joyce references in his novels and stories. This site includes lots of information and two CDs worth of original recordings.

Paigerella’s podcast is a true labor of love: this Ulysses enthusiast began reading the entire novel aloud in from October of 2006 through February of 2011.


There are several sites dedicated to documenting the locations mentioned in Ulysses and at least one that attempts to illustrate each episode in Ulysses with period documents.


Ulysses “Seen” is an impressive online graphic novel adaptation currently in progress.

Two feature-length films: Ulysses (1967) starring Miles O’Shea  and Bloom  (2003) starring Stephen Rea.

Stage productions include Ulysses in Nighttown (an adaptation the dream play chapter) and Gibraltar (an attempt to isolate and dramatize the love story of Leopold and Molly Bloom).