James Joyce wrote some fascinating and disturbing love letters to his ‘dirty little fuckbird’, Nora Barnacle, back in 1904. We tried to hint at the content of these perverted correspondence in Kath’s James Joyce facts blog but couldn’t bring ourselves to print any of the very raunchy bits.
To be perfectly frank, we still can’t pluck up the courage to even copy and paste some passages. All we can do is show you a snippet with the worst edited out, and send the most curious of you over to The Paris Review so you can see the depravity for yourself. Prepare yourself… It is a little nauseating.
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The all-male group nominated for their strange or gross depictions of sex included Gerard Woodward, William Wall, James Frey, and a particularly rapey scene written by Haruki Murakami (dude, gross, don’t do that).
The winner was announced at a lavish ceremony hosted by retro pop star Kim Wilde at the In & Out (Naval & Military) Club in London.
James Frey and his book Katerina won with his awkward and cringe-worthy passage describing… Well, you know.
The author announced the news on Twitter today and gave some information about the upcoming book, which is to be called The Testaments. Here’s what she said:
The team has researched the world’s highest paid authors and this tool allows you to see how long it takes the five highest paid authors to what you earn. The research is interesting and found that: