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"I finished it but did not feel as though I understood it completely."

Xiao Qian, a Beijing writer and translator reflecting on his first reading of James Joyce's Ulysses, which he had translated into Mandarin Chinese with his wife. Xiao, who shares a sentiment with countless readers of Joyce, was quoted in the Boston Globe on March 19, 1995.

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