This fun James Joyce Ulysses print by At it Again! is based on the original epic tale. It features a naughty quote from the Calypso episode where after visiting Sweny’s Chemist to buy some lemon soap, Leopold Bloom is dreaming of a visit to the Turkish Baths likening his private parts to a flower. This illustration is from the 2nd edition of our Romping through Ulysses pocket guide. A perfect literary gift for book lovers and Joyceans for Bloomsday and birthdays. It also makes a fun addition to your bathroom. Made in Ireland.
The limp father of thousands, a languid floating flower – Ulysses, James Joyce.
For another bathroom print, have a look at our James Joyce Ulysses print – The one with the Shit.
Product Information – James Joyce Ulysses Print – Soap
2015 Ulysses Collection
Unframed digital colour print with backing board
Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm approx.)
Created and printed in Ireland. Acid-free paper, 100% recycled, FSC certified and carbon neutral.
All packaging is biodegradable.
More Joycean Literary Gifts
For more on James Joyce’s Ulysses check out our 25-minute guide Romping through Ulysses which includes all you need to know about the writer, his epic tale and the places that inspired him.
You can find more Joycean literary gifts here.