The James Joyce Centre, 35 North Great George's Street Dublin - 'Am I walking into eternity along Sandymount strand?' This new walking tour offers Joyceans an opportunity to get outside the city & explore the area around Sandymount Strand that Joyce returns to in three episodes of Ulysses. Travelling by train from the city centre, the tour takes in Newbridge Avenue (Paddy Dignam’s home in the ‘Hades’ episode), the Star of the Sea Church & Leahy's Terrace (‘Nausicaa’), & Sandymount strand.
Bloomsday in Dublin - Skibbereen Eagle
The great irony is James Joyce didn’t like Dublin. He made no secret of the fact, but he never wrote of anywhere else and his writing is filled with the city. From his early work, Dubliners, to his last novel, Finnegan’s Wake, Joyce shows a type of obsession with the city of his birth and childhood. It was a very different city from today’s Dublin. It was a city of gaslight, horse-drawn carriages, out-door plumbing and unpaved streets.
★★★BOOK COVER REVIEW ★★★ Dubliners by James Joyce The cover transports the reader to a time when a great city is still becoming. Dublin, an Irish town then, depicts a small community atmosphere of the countryside blending with the growing city's periphery. All in all, the cover is very well illustrated and complimented by the earthy colors. Spread the love, Eva Márquez
Arroyo, Eduardo (1937- ) - Portrait of the Writer James Joyce
Eduardo Arroyo, (1937- ) - Portrait of the Writer James Joyce | RasMarley Flickr | James Augustine Aloysius Joyce (2 February 1882 – 13 January 1941) was an Irish novelist and poet, considered to be one of the most influential writers in the modernist avant-garde of the early 20th century.