Carnivale of night-town

Anderson, Graeme, Cartwright, Sian, Devlin-Glass, Frances, Hames, Roslyn and Addie, Brenda 2010, Carnivale of night-town, Edited by Tingwell, Drew, van Oosterom, Glenn, Felix, Uschi, Marshall, Paige, Niceski, Daniel, Johnstone, Bill, Hunt, Glenn, Murphy, Roisin, Gillespie, Deirdre, Allan, Scott, Kazan, Ted and Willetts, Sarah, Carlton, Vic, 16 Jun. 2010, Melbourne, Vic., Bloomsday in Melbourne Inc..

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Title Carnivale of night-town
Creator(s) Anderson, Graeme
Cartwright, Sian
Devlin-Glass, FrancesORCID iD for Devlin-Glass, Frances
Hames, Roslyn
Addie, Brenda
Contributor(s) Tingwell, Drew
van Oosterom, Glenn
Felix, Uschi
Marshall, Paige
Niceski, Daniel
Johnstone, Bill
Hunt, Glenn
Murphy, Roisin
Gillespie, Deirdre
Allan, Scott
Kazan, Ted
Willetts, Sarah
Conference, exhibition or event name Bloomsday 2010 : Joyce's Carnival of Vice
Conference, exhibition or event location Carlton, Vic
Conference, exhibition or event dates 16 Jun. 2010
Publication date 2010
Publisher Bloomsday in Melbourne Inc.
Place of publication Melbourne, Vic.
Summary Bloomsday in Melbourne Inc. annually celebrates James Joyce's novels with a theatrical event, a seminar and a dinner. This year, the centrepiece is an outrageous burlesque, adapted from the Circe chapter, which will not only delight Joyce aficionados but will provide the 'ah-hah's' for those of us unable to penetrate the text. Carnivale of Nighttown is pure Joyce: an irreverent absurdist romp involving bizarre antics, gibberish, blasphemy, gritty humour and sexual hallucination. It is a celebration of the unsurpassed richness of language that made Ulysses the greatest novel of its time, which continues to intrigue and entertain 88 years after publication despite being branded pornographic and banned.
Language eng
Field of Research 190402 Creative Writing (incl Playwriting)
Socio Economic Objective 970119 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative works
Copyright notice ©2010, Bloomsday in Melbourne Inc.
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