On This Day

December 6, 1933 – A federal judge rules that Ulysses by James Joyce is not obscene. The book had been banned immediately in both the UnitedStates and England when it came out in 1922.  With its radical stream-of-consciousness narrative, Ulysses deeply influenced the development of the modern novel.

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