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I'm wading through a couple titles from 2010, but will monitor this thread and perhaps pick up M&D early in 2011. Based on my reading of Crying of Lot 49 years ago, I've been saving Gravity's Rainbow until such time as I think I can understand it,* perhaps M&D will be a step on that journey.
* I'm also saving myself for Ulysses: I must be inclined toward polyamory.
Hmmn: fellow travelers, it would appear. I've got Anathem on my shelves and hope to crack it early in 2011. I'll decide upon the Baroque Cycle based upon my reading.
Do you know of other annotated editions or guidebooks for Ulysses, or is the Oxford edition the only you've read? I definitely want an annotated edition, but I'm wary of getting distracted by too many notes or sidebars. Perhaps it would be best for me to read an unannotated edition, with a separate guidebook at my elbow.
My primary experience of annotated reading is with Gardner's edition of Lewis Carroll, and I'm familiar enough with the books not to be distracted by his copious notes. That's certainly not the case with the Joyce for me.
>10 elenchus: I have Ulysses Annotated, but didn't use it when I tackled Ulysses. Once I got going with it, found I really couldn't put it down. Of course, I know I missed out on a lot, but I do plan on re-reading it one day, at which time I will use the guidebook. It's pretty comprehensive, so I highly recommend it.