Bloom, Leopold

Bloom, Leopold

his ineffectual wandering about Dublin is contrasted with Ulysses’ epic adventures. [Irish Lit.: James Joyce Ulysses in Magill I, 1040]

Bloom, Leopold

enlivens his uneventful life with amorous daydreams. [Irish Lit.: Joyce Ulysses in Magill I, 1040]
See: Fantasy

Bloom, Leopold

Jewish advertising salesman whose wanderings around Dublin are ironic parallels of Ulysses’ voyages. [Irish Lit.: James Joyce Ulysses]
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Finally, Tara Williams's 'The Polysymbolic Character' considers the influence of Jewish and Irish folklore in the portrait presented of Rudy Bloom, Leopold's dead son, locating in the representation of the absent child a key symbol for an understanding of Ulysses as a whole.