Favorite Joyce Work? Or Aspect of his Work?

I've been trying my hardest to work though his major works, and I finally finished Ulysses, and while in the cerebral sense it's one of the best books I've ever read, and working through it has been a joy, I honestly found Dubliners to be the better read, just because I didn't need to keep a pen and paper by me every time I picked it up. I never got into the rhythm of just turning my brain off and enjoying the musical prose, which is wildly enjoyable and you can get a different reading out of it every time you run through it, it was nice to feel like I was intelectually grasping fully the works, which is just easier in the short form offered in Dubliners. I'm still not sure where my primary interests lay, either in the intellectual holistic form, or the just incredibly enjoyable rhythm of his prose

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