The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses

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"Publisher's Weekly" (starred):
"In this exultant literary history and nonfiction debut, Harvard lecturer Birmingham recounts the remarkable publication saga of "Ulysses," often considered the greatest novel of the 20th century...Drawing upon extensive research, Birmingham skillfully converts the dust of the archive into vivid narrative, steeping readers in the culture, law, and art of a world forced to contend with a masterpiece."
"Library Journal: "
..".an absorbing, deeply researched, and accesible guide to the history of modern thought in the first two decades of the 20th century..."
Matthew Pearl, "New York Times "bestselling author of "The Dante Club"
""The Most Dangerous Book "is riveting narrative nonfiction, populated with enough real larger-than-life characters and twists to make a fiction writer envious. Through Kevin Birmingham's masterful voice and impeccable research, this story of a singular book that changed the world proves in dramatic fashion that the history of literature is not a landscape but a battlefield."
Louis Menand, Pulitzer prize-winning author of "The Metaphysical Club"
"A great story--how modernism brought down the regime of censorship--told as a great story. Kevin Birmingham's imaginative scholarship brings Joyce and his world to life. There is a fresh detail on nearly every page."
Robert Spoo, author of "Without Copyrights: Piracy, Publishing, and the Public Domain"
"The story of the sufferings of James Joyce's "Ulysses" under government censorship and obscenity laws has never been better told than by Kevin Birmingham in this eloquent, deeply researched book. Birmingham takes readers on a vivid journey through the conditions that shackled and, ultimately, liberated Joyce's masterpiece. Combining fluent narrative and fresh discovery, this book brings to life a lost world of little magazines, literary patronage, postal and customs laws, vice society raids, and courtroom heroics."
Frank D

"Publishers Weekly" (starred):
"Exultant....Drawing upon extensive research, Birmingham skillfully converts the dust of the archive into vivid narrative, steeping readers in the culture, law, and art of a world forced to contend with a masterpiece."
"Kirkus Reviews" (starred):
"[A] sharp, well-written debut....Birmingham makes palpable the courage and commitment of the rebels who championed Joyce, but he grants the censors their points of view as well in this absorbing chronicle of a tumultuous time. Superb cultural history, pulling together many strands of literary, judicial and societal developments into a smoothly woven narrative fabric."
"Library Journal"
"What begins as simply the 'biography of a book' morphs into an absorbing, deeply researched, and accessible guide to the history of modern thought in the first two decades of the 20th century through the lens of Joyce's innovative fiction."
"Booklist"
"Birmingham delivers for the first time a complete account of the legal war waged...to get Joyce's masterpiece past British and American obscenity laws. Birmingham has chronicled an epoch-making triumph for literature."
Matthew Pearl, "New York Times "bestselling author of "The Dante Club"
""The Most Dangerous Book "is riveting narrative nonfiction, populated with enough real larger-than-life characters and twists to make a fiction writer envious. Through Kevin Birmingham's masterful voice and impeccable research, this story of a singular book that changed the world proves in dramatic fashion that the history of literature is not a landscape but a battlefield."
Louis Menand, Pulitzer prize-winning author of "The Metaphysical Club"
"A great story--how modernism brought down the regime of censorship--told as a great story. Kevin Birmingham's imaginative scholarship brings Joyce and his world to life. There is a fresh detail on nearly every page."
Robert Spoo, author of "Without Copyrights: Piracy, a

"The Economist"
"[G]ripping. Like the novel which it takes as its subject, it deserves to be read."
"The Wall Street Journal"
"The story of "Ulysses" has been told before, but not with Mr. Birmingham's thoroughness. "The Most Dangerous Book" makes use of newspaper reports, court documents, letters and the existing Joyce biographies. It looks back to a time 'when novelists tested the limits of the law and when novels were dangerous enough to be burned' and makes one almost nostalgic for it."
Slate:
"[A] deeply fun work of scholarship that rescues "Ulysses" from the superlatives and academic battles that shroud its fundamental unruliness and humanity."
"Publishers Weekly" (starred):
"Exultant....Drawing upon extensive research, Birmingham skillfully converts the dust of the archive into vivid narrative, steeping readers in the culture, law, and art of a world forced to contend with a masterpiece."
"Kirkus Reviews" (starred):
"[A] sharp, well-written debut....Birmingham makes palpable the courage and commitment of the rebels who championed Joyce, but he grants the censors their points of view as well in this absorbing chronicle of a tumultuous time. Superb cultural history, pulling together many strands of literary, judicial and societal developments into a smoothly woven narrative fabric."
"Library Journal"
"What begins as simply the 'biography of a book' morphs into an absorbing, deeply researched, and accessible guide to the history of modern thought in the first two decades of the 20th century through the lens of Joyce's innovative fiction."
"Booklist"
"Birmingham delivers for the first time a complete account of the legal war waged...to get Joyce's masterpiece past British and American obscenity laws. Birmingham has chronicled an epoch-making triumph for literature."
Matthew Pearl, "New York Times "bestselling author of "The Dante Club"
""The Most Dangerous Book "is riveting n

Michael Dirda, "The Washington Post"
"Birmingham has produced an excellent work of consolidation.... [A] lively history .... "The Most Dangerous Book" is impressively
researched and especially useful for its meticulous accounts of various legal battles. It is meant to be fun to read and, setting aside my fogeyish cavils, it is."
"The Economist"
"[G]ripping. Like the novel which it takes as its subject, it deserves to be read."
"The New Yorker"
"Terrific.... "The Most Dangerous Book" is the fullest account anybody has made of the publication history of "Ulysses." Birmingham's brilliant study makes you realize how important owning this book, the physical book, has always been to people."
"Vanity Fair"
"Birmingham recounts this story with a richness of detail and dramatic verve unexpected of literary history, making one almost nostalgic for the bad old days, when a book could be still be dangerous."
"The Wall Street Journal"
"The story of "Ulysses" has been told before, but not with Mr. Birmingham's thoroughness. "The Most Dangerous Book" makes use of newspaper reports, court documents, letters and the existing Joyce biographies. It looks back to a time 'when novelists tested the limits of the law and when novels were dangerous enough to be burned' and makes one almost nostalgic for it."
"Dallas Morning News"
"Hundreds of books and thousands of articles have been written about "Ulysses" since its publication. Kevin Birmingham's "The Most Dangerous Book" is a splendid addition.... this book has groundbreaking new archival research, and it thrills like a courtroom drama."
"Boston Globe"
"I am not a Joycean. But I loved Kevin Birmingham's "The Most Dangerous Book" anyway. You don't need to be a Bloomsday devotee to enjoy or profit mightily from it. Birmingham... writes with fluidity and a surprising eye for fun. He probably has read through the mountains of books and scholarly articles on "U

Dwight Garner, "The New York Times"
"Kevin Birmingham's new book about the long censorship fight over James Joyce's "Ulysses" braids eight or nine good stories into one mighty strand... The best story that's told... may be that of the arrival of a significant young nonfiction writer. Mr. Birmingham, a lecturer in history and literature at Harvard, appears fully formed in this, his first book. The historian and the writer in him are utterly in sync. He marches through this material with authority and grace, an instinct for detail and smacking quotation and a fair amount of wit. It's a measured yet bravura performance."
Rachel Shteir, "The New York Times Book Review"
"So it is all the more impressive that this young Harvard Ph.D. in English has written a grand, readable adventure story about the novel's legal troubles... Birmingham spent years sifting through archives. It shows. He has read "Ulysses" deeply, borrowing its organizing principles, telescoping some moments, amplifying others, jumping from character to character, continent to continent, subject to subject, text analysis to literary history. This all makes "The Most Dangerous Book" dynamic."
Michael Dirda, "The Washington Post"
"Birmingham has produced an excellent work of consolidation.... [A] lively history .... "The Most Dangerous Book" is impressively
researched and especially useful for its meticulous accounts of various legal battles. It is meant to be fun to read and, setting aside my fogeyish cavils, it is."
"The Economist"
"[G]ripping. Like the novel which it takes as its subject, it deserves to be read."
"The New Yorker"
"Terrific.... "The Most Dangerous Book" is the fullest account anybody has made of the publication history of "Ulysses." Birmingham's brilliant study makes you realize how important owning this book, the physical book, has always been to people."
"Vanity Fair"
"Birmingham recounts this story with a richness of detail and dramatic verve unexpected of literary history, making one almost nostalgic for the bad old days, when a book could be still be dangerous."
"The Wall Street Journal"
"The story of "Ulysses" has been told before, but not with Mr. Birmingham's thoroughness. "The Most Dangerous Book" makes use of newspaper reports, court documents, letters and the existing Joyce biographies. It looks back to a time 'when novelists tested the limits of the law and when novels were dangerous enough to be burned' and makes one almost nostalgic for it."
"Dallas Morning News"
"Hundreds of books and thousands of articles have been written about "Ulysses" since its publication. Kevin Birmingham's "The Most Dangerous Book" is a splendid addition.... this book has groundbreaking new archival research, and it thrills like a courtroom drama."
"Boston Globe"
"I am not a Joycean. But I loved Kevin Birmingham's "The Most Dangerous Book" anyway. You don't need to be a Bloomsday devotee to enjoy or profit mightily from it. Birmingham... writes with fluidity and a surprising eye for fun. He probably has read through the mountains of books and scholarly articles on "Ulysses" and seems obsessed with the book itself, but wears it all lightly. [A] vivid narrative [that]...makes you want to go back and read--and treasure--Joyce's novel because he liberally salts the novel's backstory with memorable anecdotes and apercus, especially at the close of each chapter."
"Houston Chronicle"
"Lively and engrossing."
Slate:
"[A] deeply fun work of scholarship that rescues "Ulysses" from the superlatives and academic battles that shroud its fundamental unruliness and humanity."
Salon:
"Astute and gorgeously written.... [The] battle for "Ulysses."..is a story that, as Birmingham puts it, forced the world to 'recognize that beauty is deeper than pleasure and that art is larger than beauty.' He has done it justice."
"Chronicle of Higher Education"
"An essential, thoroughly researched addition to Joyceana and a consistently engaging narrative of how sexuality, aesthetics, morality, and jurisprudence collided almost a century ago."
"The Nation"
"Kevin Birmingham's "The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses" casts its nets... widely, synthesizing enormous amounts of information and describing in detail the multiple circumstances surrounding the gestation, publication and suppression of "Ulysses." Birmingham is a fluid writer, and the more intricate the detail, the more compelling the narrative he constructs: his account of the rise of American obscenity laws... is as gripping to read as his account of the barbaric eye surgeries Joyce endured or his account of the nearly slapstick manner in which Samuel Roth published a pirated edition of "Ulysses" in 1929."
"Publishers Weekly" (starred):
"Exultant....Drawing upon extensive research, Birmingham skillfully converts the dust of the archive into vivid narrative, steeping readers in the culture, law, and art of a world forced to contend with a masterpiece."
"Kirkus Reviews" (starred):
"[A] sharp, well-written debut....Birmingham makes palpable the courage and commitment of the rebels who championed Joyce, but he grants the censors their points of view as well in this absorbing chronicle of a tumultuous time. Superb cultural history, pulling together many strands of literary, judicial and societal developments into a smoothly woven narrative fabric."
"Library Journal"
"What begins as simply the 'biography of a book' morphs into an absorbing, deeply researched, and accessible guide to the history of modern thought in the first two decades of the 20th century through the lens of Joyce's innovative fiction."
"Booklist"
"Birmingham delivers for the first time a complete account of the legal war waged...to get Joyce's masterpiece past British and American obscenity laws. Birmingham has chronicled an epoch-making triumph for literature."

Dwight Garner, "The New York Times"
"Kevin Birmingham s new book about the long censorship fight over James Joyce s "Ulysses" braids eight or nine good stories into one mighty strand... The best story that s told may be that of the arrival of a significant young nonfiction writer. Mr. Birmingham, a lecturer in history and literature at Harvard, appears fully formed in this, his first book. The historian and the writer in him are utterly in sync. He marches through this material with authority and grace, an instinct for detail and smacking quotation and a fair amount of wit. It s a measured yet bravura performance."
Rachel Shteir, "The New York Times Book Review"
So it is all the more impressive that this young Harvard Ph.D. in English has written a grand, readable adventure story about the novel s legal troubles Birmingham spent years sifting through archives. It shows. He has read "Ulysses" deeply, borrowing its organizing principles, telescoping some moments, amplifying others, jumping from character to character, continent to continent, subject to subject, text analysis to literary history. This all makes "The Most Dangerous Book" dynamic.
Michael Dirda, "The Washington Post"
Birmingham has produced an excellent work of consolidation . [A] lively history . "The Most Dangerous Book" is impressively
researched and especially useful for its meticulous accounts of various legal battles. It is meant to be fun to read and, setting aside my fogeyish cavils, it is.
"The Economist"
[G]ripping. Like the novel which it takes as its subject, it deserves to be read.
"The New Yorker"
Terrific . "The Most Dangerous Book" is the fullest account anybody has made of the publication history of "Ulysses." Birmingham s brilliant study makes you realize how important owning this book, the physical book, has always been to people."
"Vanity Fair"
Birmingham recounts this story with a richness of detail and dramatic verve unexpect...

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"A great story how modernism brought down the regime of censorship told as a great story. Kevin Birmingham's imaginative scholarship brings Joyce and his world to life. There is a fresh detail on nearly every page." Louis Menand, Pulitzer prize-winning author of"The Metaphysical Club"
For more than a decade, the book that literary critics now consider the most important novel in the English language was illegal to own, sell, advertise or purchase in most of the English-speaking world. James Joyce s big blue book, "Ulysses, " ushered in the modernist era and changed the novel for all time. But the genius of "Ulysses "was also its danger: it omitted absolutely nothing. All of the minutiae of Leopold Bloom s day, including its unspeakable details, unfold with careful precision in its pages. The New York Society for the Suppression of Vice immediately banned the novel as obscene, lewd, and lascivious. Joyce, along with some of the most important publishers and writers of his era, had to fight for years to win the freedom to publish it. "The Most Dangerous Book" tells the remarkable story surrounding "Ulysses," from the first stirrings of Joyce s inspiration in 1904 to its landmark federal obscenity trial in 1933.
Literary historian Kevin Birmingham follows Joyce s years as a young writer, his feverish work on his literary masterpiece, and his ardent love affair with Nora Barnacle, the model for Molly Bloom. Joyce and Nora socialized with literary greats like Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, T. S. Eliot and Sylvia Beach. Their support helped Joyce fight an array of anti-vice crusaders while his book was disguised and smuggled, pirated and burned in the United States and Britain. The long struggle for publication added to the growing pressures of Joyce s deteriorating eyesight, finances and home life.
Salvation finally came from the partnership of Bennett Cerf, the cofounder of Random House, and Morris Ernst, a dogged civil liberties lawyer. With their stewardship, the case ultimately rested on the literary merit of Joyce s master work. The sixty-year-old judicial practices governing obscenity in the United States were overturned because a federal judge could get inside Molly Bloom s head.
Birmingham s archival work brings to light new information about both Joyce and the story surrounding "Ulysses." Written for ardent Joyceans as well as novices who want to get to the heart of the greatest novel of the twentieth century, "The Most Dangerous Book" is a gripping examination of how the world came to say yes to "Ulysses.""

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