Joyce/Faulkner/Proust might be great classic writers but I personally can't stand their style. I read only the most important parts of "Ulysses" (namely Molly Bloom's inner speech) and although I found the style an interesting thing to develop a character (Leopold is interesting almost immediately), I personally can't read more than a couple of paragraphs in stream-of-conciousness without losing patience.
But if you enjoy "Ulysses", try "As I Lay Dying" by William Faulkner. You might enjoy it.
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