The Memoirs of Dolly Morton: Possible Source for James Joyce's Ulysses?

The Memoirs of Dolly Morton: Possible Source for James Joyce's Ulysses? 510 NOTES AND QUERIES December 2008 moral issues’, in 10½ Chapters and in much Wolf’s critique of Ulysses’ combination of of his fiction. They are stated and contra- ‘ ‘‘Sex’’ and ‘‘high art’’ ’ immediately captured dicted, then re-examined, and they eventually the attention of a different audience. Among get exposure from numerous perspectives— this audience was R. Burns, whose request even those of a Geoffrey Braithwaite. But for ‘any books dealing with Flagellation or for answers, or explanations, or resolution, Corporal punishment’ illustrates Ulysses’ Dr Braithwaite will need to look elsewhere. positioning in the pornographic and, specifi- Meanwhile, the reader who waits long enough cally, flagellation book markets. The affects will find almost everything repeated by Barnes, of Sacher-Masoch’s Venus in Furs and James but changed in significant ways in the process. Lovebirch’s flagellation fantasies are present Thus does Barnes remain consistently post- in Ulysses and Joyce’s personal writing. In a modern—except when he is not. letter to his wife, Nora, he writes: C. KENNETH PELLOW University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Punish me as much as you like: I would be delighted to feel my flesh tingling under your doi:10.1093/notesj/gjn166 The Author (2008). Published by Oxford University http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Notes and Queries Oxford University Press

The Memoirs of Dolly Morton: Possible Source for James Joyce's Ulysses?

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510 NOTES AND QUERIES December 2008 moral issues’, in 10½ Chapters and in much Wolf’s critique of Ulysses’ combination of of his fiction. They are stated and contra- ‘ ‘‘Sex’’ and ‘‘high art’’ ’ immediately captured dicted, then re-examined, and they eventually the attention of a different audience. Among get exposure from numerous perspectives— this audience was R. Burns, whose request even those of a Geoffrey Braithwaite. But for ‘any books dealing with Flagellation or for answers, or explanations, or resolution, Corporal punishment’ illustrates Ulysses’ Dr Braithwaite will need to look elsewhere. positioning in the pornographic and, specifi- Meanwhile, the reader who waits long enough cally, flagellation book markets. The affects will find almost everything repeated by Barnes, of Sacher-Masoch’s Venus in Furs and James but changed in significant ways in the process. Lovebirch’s flagellation fantasies are present Thus does Barnes remain consistently post- in Ulysses and Joyce’s personal writing. In a modern—except when he is not. letter to his wife, Nora, he writes: C. KENNETH PELLOW University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Punish me as much as you like: I would be delighted to feel my flesh tingling under your doi:10.1093/notesj/gjn166 The Author (2008). Published by Oxford University

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