Having not ventured beyond the early parts, I found it funny.
The dialogs are funny.
So why is it considered as the greatest English prose work in the 20th century?
Where's the depth?
If there isn't any depth to it, then it is no more "literature" than pop-fiction like Harry Potter.
I humbly ask for some educated opinions from those who have gone through it on multiple occasions.
I thank you all.