This fun Ulysses Print by At it Again! is based on the original epic tale by James Joyce. It features a naughty quote from the Lotus Eaters episode where after visiting Sweny’s Chemist to buy some lemon soap, Leopold Bloom is dreaming of a visit to the Turkish Baths likening his private parts to a flower. This illustration is from the 2nd edition of our Romping through Ulysses pocket guide. A perfect literary gift for book lovers and Joyceans for Bloomsday and birthdays. It also makes a fun addition to your bathroom. Made in Ireland.
The limp father of thousands, a languid floating flower
– Ulysses, James Joyce.
2015 Ulysses Collection Unframed digital colour print with backing board Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm approx.) Created and printed in Ireland. Acid-free paper, 100% recycled, FSC certified and carbon neutral. All packaging is biodegradable.
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