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James Joyce’s Ulysses in five minutes by Tim Booth.

Rayne Booth writes:

My Dad, Tim Booth, made this short animation based on Ulysses some years ago (maybe 15 years ago). It is completely hand drawn and made just when computers were beginning to take over the animation thing. Isn’t it beautiful?
Today being a double whammy of Bloomsday and Father’s Day, I would really really love it if you could share this.
Tim Booth is a very talented man  (see also the 1970s psychedelic folk stylings of Dr Strangely Strage and his current vocation drawing Dan Dare for a  comic book magazine called ‘Spaceship way’) and has always been a great role model for me as an artist. (Also I forgot to send him a card!).

Tim Booth