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Ulysses by James Joyce is considered one of the most important works in modern English literature. Set in Dublin and covering a period of 24 hours from the morning of June 16, 1904 to the early hours of June 17, Ulysses is widely believed to be Joyce's tribute to the classical figure of Homer's Odysseus whom he admired as the most well rounded portrait of a human being in literature. Ulysses enjoys a number of similarities, both implicit and explicit, with Homer's work.

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