Bloom and Stephen, accompanied by Lynch, have made their way to Nighttown, the red-light district of Dublin. The hour is late â€“ approximately midnight â€“ and the whores are plying their trade in full voice. Bloom buys a sheepâ€™s trotter and a crubeen (pigâ€™s foot) from a butcherâ€™s shop and is nearly run over by a tram in the street. The bulk of the chapter is taken up with Bloomâ€™s visions, in which he is repeatedly and alternatingly put on trial for obscene thoughts and deeds, and celebrated as a hero â€“ perhaps even the messiah himself. Bloomâ€™s deepest desires and kinks are explored here, Read more
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