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Criticism of James Joyce?s Ulysses has often centered on the novel?s unconventional narrative structure. Most critics recognize a consistent style in the first six episodes of the novel, but, beginning with the seventh episode, ?Aeolus,? the narration changes rapidly and dramatically. This proliferation of voices has led many critics to suggest that the novel represents a break from the traditional view of literature as imitating nature. To the contrary, I argue that Ulysses should be read as adoi:10.57709/21668002 fatcat:bzuo3mp5qvfnhehdukrayq6fxy