Mark my words: this time I'm going to finish it.
LOL! I love it, this is classic.
Thanks for the smile I needed to kick start the day :)
The spirits of Fellini and Bunuel frolick in your cherubic countenance!
Usted es un genio!
Cute video - have you read Proust from start to finish? I got stalled in Volume IV for several years, then made the final push. It was worth it.
Then of course there's the Wake....
oh, jamelah! you're fabulous.
i know you can do this
i just feel that the pages will somehow pass, one after the other, in one huge long sentence manner.
it'll all be good.
and you'll inspire me to consider picking it up again.
Hilarious, Sweet Pea is a good dog, good cess to you.
Ha! That rocks! If you do it I'll do it.
I've never finished it either, but your charming video is giving me inspiration to do so. Nice job.
Sehr gut. But who is Mr Darcy?
TKG, I believe this refers to a character from "Pride and Prejudice".
If you don't like reading and needsapush...this would be my video of Joyce!
I'm gonna give Ulysses a seeing to soon, does anyone recommend a specfic reading guide? I've heard horror stories from people who did without.
I'm hoping Jamelah will write a guide to it!
try doing it with one of the two available unabridged CD sets . . . that will push you through and good luck!
You know, Paul has a really excellent idea. That's the way to read Ulysses! I say this because, while I liked William S. Burroughs before I heard him read, I loved the man's writing after I heard him read it.
Quite a good tip.
I laughed... I cried... I didn't finish it, either! Jamelah, your video was a pure piece of entertainment pleasure.
Reading it for Christmas, perhaps Lent.
Since you've been waiting so long on this project, you might as well read Beckett.
Hey! Beckett is the anti-spam name for this post too!
I tell ya, it's a sign...
I'm waiting for the movie..