I posted about it yesterday on FB and Twitter, and got the most wonderful of responses from a Paris Poet that I admire and adore. I've reposted with permission.
I had actually read and thoroughly enjoyed The Most Dangerous Book last fall. It is so interesting to think that Ulysses is the book that broke the mold for publisher's rights regarding pornography / obscenity and The First Amendment right to free speech. My new found old hardback version has the entire court opinion printed in it.
And to think I know someone who "smuggled" his book back to America.
Slade, you are right. I do not and never will apologize for Art.
#parisreads indeed. And #paristhinks ! I love this crazy little redneck artsy town.
Contra muros, mater rubicolla.
(To borrow from John).
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