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Ulysses - James Joyce celebrated
RTÉ celebrates James Joyce's Ulysses and Bloomsday, the annual day of celebrations for Joyce's masterpiece.
Walking Out - writers on Ulysses
Reclaiming Lucia Joyce's legacy - The Lyric Feature
In the aftermath of Waking the Feminists, Deirdre Mulrooney's remarkable new radio documentary Dancing with Lucia reassess the artistic significance and legacy of Lucia Joyce as an artist in her own right,
Re: Joyce! - listen to a Miscellany of Bloomsdays
Enjoy a Miscellany of Bloomsdays, from Austin Clarke, Gerald Dawe, Anthony Cronin, Eamonn Delaney, Pat Murphy and many others.
Bloomsday: Meet the Real People from Joyce's Ulysses
To celebrate Bloomsday, June 16, we're sharing an excerpt from Vivien Igor's The Real People of Joyce's Ulysses along with some rare and previously unpublished photographs.
The woman who published Joyce's Ulysses when no one would - 1962
Sylvia Beach, the woman responsible for publishing one of the most important pieces of modernist literature 'Ulysses' by James Joyce.
Ulysses' journey - the first sightings of Joyce's masterpiece
One of the most famous opening scenes in literature was first published one hundred years ago in March 1918 in a small American literary magazine, the Little Review.
Genuine James Joyce Souvenirs
A comedy sketch from 'The Live Mike' featuring a hawker selling genuine James Joyce souvenirs.