The door from 7 Ecceles street which Joyce made into a home for Leopold Bloom in his novel Ulysses
Haiku poetry based on Ulysses
Sweny Druggist in Dublin, featured in the novel Ulysses
Exterior of Blooms Hotel, Dublin
The Dublin Writers Museum
Beckett, Shaw, Wilde, Joyce, Behan, Yeats, Kavanagh, O’Brien…
Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square
WB Yeats exhibition in The National Library
Yeats’ love and muse who rejected him for the wild streets of the rebellion, Maud Gonne
Lady Gregory, co-founder of The Abbey Theatre with Yeats
No Second Troy, Yeats and his poem for Maud
All photographs by Damien B. Donnelly
4 thoughts on “UP IN DUBLIN, LITERARY GHOSTS”
Exquisite. You are in literary paradise. Wow!
Literally!!! I was beside myself! I could barely take anything in as there was so much. Beaming from ear to ear, I was 😁
I so was!!