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In the beginning of the twentieth century when Puritanism attitudes were slowly decreasing, but still evident, suppression of thought was the norm. What Joyce proceeded to do was out of the ordinary. He wrote a book that not only incorporated very liberal ideas, but also sexual desires, parallelisms, and acts. He made apparent the thoughts of men and women that they normally subdued daily. Unconsciously, due to society around us, we suppress feelings and actions we think will be shunned in an effort to fit in. When James Joyce stepped away from this norm, Ulysses was seen as perverse. Alth…
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