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James Joyce & Bloomsday: Talking Ulysses

Bloomsday: Talking Ulysses When Miss Dunne typed in: “16 June 1904,” she fixed for once and ever the celebration of Bloomsday. In James Joyce’s Ulysses, this is the day on which all the action involving protagonist Leopold Bloom takes place and that has become the day for the celebration of James Joyce himself, as the […]

Book Review: The Years of Bloom, by John McCourt

A Dubliner in Trieste Today, walking through the sleepy streets of Trieste, it is hard to imagine the city James Joyce lived in for a dozen years at the turn of the 20th Century. It was then the fourth largest seaport in Europe, the hub of trade from the lands of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and a […]

Bloomsday in Vienna

Bloomsday in Vienna

James Joyce returns to Vienna in early summer each year for the celebrations of Bloomsday – June 16th. Celebrated with marathon readings in most European capitals and in at least 60 countries, this is the day on which the action of Joyce’s great novel Ulysses takes place – a single day in the life of […]

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