BLOOMSDAY; A BIT OF ULYSSES TRIP AROUND DUBLIN

 

James Joyce Martello Tower, Sandycove, opening of Ulysses, Telemachus- with Stephen, Buck, Haines and the Milk Woman

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The Forty Foot, from the opening chapter

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The Door of Eccles Street, home to Leopold and Molly Bloom now in the James Joyce Museum

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Sandymount and Strand from Proteus with Stephen Dedalus

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Formerly the spot of Nelson’s Pillar, now the Spire in O’Connelly Street opposite the GPO where Bloom, under the pseudonym of Henry Flower ,collects a letter

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The General Post Office, O’Connell Street 

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The National Museum where Leopold Bloom escapes Blazes Boland in Chapter 8

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The National Library from chapter 9 featuring Leopold Bloom and Stephen and ‘Hamlet’

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Sweny, the chemist where Bloom buys Lemon Scent Soap and his wife’s lotion in ‘Lotus Eaters’

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Glasnevin Cemetery for Paddy Dignam’s funeral 

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The Wooden Bridge out to Bull Island which Stephen Dedalus crosses in The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, prior to the timings of Ulysses

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The James Joyce Center, Dublin

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Haiku at Jame Joyce Museum

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Joyce remembered at Moli, Museum of Literature, Ireland 

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All photographs of Joyces’ Dublin by Damien B. Donnelly

 

4 thoughts on “BLOOMSDAY; A BIT OF ULYSSES TRIP AROUND DUBLIN

      1. Mike Powell

        My education, alas, has been neglected–I have only a passing familiarity with Joyce’s works. This lockdown period would have been a good time to catch up. In fact, the way things are going in the US, we may be on some kind of lockdown for quite a while. I’ll take you up on your recommendation for buying you some tea, Damien, perhaps when I visit Dublin sometime in the relatively near future.

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