(If this question does not fit this site, let me know and I'll delete it).
I'm considering buying the "Annotated Edition" of Ulysses published by Alma Classics. I was wondering about the nature of these annotations, specifically for Chapter 14, "Oxen of the Sun".
This chapter is well known to be almost impenetrable, and I would like to know whether the annotations attempt to help read and understand the sentences in it, and how/why they mean what they are usually assumed to mean in summaries of Ulysses (as opposed to, say, just elucidate the allusions in the chapter). This is related to a previous question I posted.
I enjoyed very much deciphering the sentences in this chapter which I managed to decipher, and I'd be very happy for help with the rest.