A Shock: Parallel worlds collide in entertainingly experimental tale
In this modernistic, episodic and satisfying novel, Keith Ridgway
By Keith Ridgway
While Stephen Daedalus watches a cloud cover the sun over Dublin Bay in the Telemachus episode of Ulysses, elsewhere in the city (and a few episodes later for readers), Leopold Bloom witnesses the same thing, at the same moment, from a different perspective.
The motif of parallax – how objects are perceived depending upon a change in position of the viewer – is employed in Keith Ridgway’s ...