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Subject: 300 Free eBooks: Download Great Classics for Free
From: Jan Szczepanski <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 1 Apr 2012 15:51:26 +0200

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Open Culture har ett fantastiskt utbud av fritt material av högsta kvalité
bl.a 300 klassiska böcker där bl.a James Joyce's Ulysses ingår


This is a novel that needs no introduction, but we will give it a
short one anyway. Published in serial format between 1918 and 1920,
James Joyce’s Ulysses was initially reviled by many and banned in the
US and UK until the 1930s. Today, it’s widely considered a classic in
modernist literature, and The Modern Library went so far as to call it
the most important English-language novel published during the 20th
century. Although chronicling one ordinary day in the life of Leopold
Bloom in 1904 Dublin, Ulysses is no small work. It sprawls over 750
pages, using over 250,000 words, and takes hours to read aloud. That
you will find out when you download the free audio book made available
by You can stream the audio from this page, or download a
big zip file right here.

You can find Ulysses and many other Joyce classics in our collections
of Free Audio Books and Free eBooks.

Also don’t forget that you can download almost any audio book you want
— classic or contemporary — if you sign up for the Free Trial offered
by our partner,

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James Joyce’s Ulysses: Download the Free Audio Book is a post from: Open Culture

Missa inte heller dom gamla Hitchcock- och Tarkovskyfilmerna eller dom klassiska
film noir och dom tidiga med John Wayne och mycket annat av högsta
klass och värde.

"Open Culture receives about 1.4 million visits per month and has over
150,000 subscribers"

Borde vi inte tipsa våra användare om att allt detta finns fritt tillgängligt?

Jag lovar att det här inte är något aprilskämt.


Jan Szczepański
F.d Förste bibliotekare och chef för f.d Avdelningen
för humaniora vid Göteborgs universitetsbibliotek
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