This Sunday.

Phibsboro Library, Blacquiere Bridge, North Circular Road, Phibsboro, Dublin 7.

The first Bloomsday in Phibsborough, a neighbourhood steeped in Joycean connections.

Organised by journalist and local resident Eamon Delaney and hosted by Phibsboro Tidy Towns.

With readings, music, dance and snacks – and a climate change angle.

Long overdue, in fairness.

Bloomsday in Phibsboro – A sustainable CIty for Joyce & Us

10 thoughts on “Free Bloomsday?

  1. Slightly Bemused

    I finally read the book after many attempts. I truly do not see the attraction in commemorating one of the English languages most torturous texts, which effectively tells no story.

    Put simply: Why?

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    1. postmanpat

      Pretentiousness. Joycean scholars are painful ee-jits. What’s the book about anyway? I heard its about some guy wandering about and trying to get rode and name drops of places in Dublin because reasons…

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      1. bisted

        …Ulysses has consistently been rated as the greatest piece of literature ever written in any language…mostly by people who have read it…

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          1. bisted

            …easily the best book I’ve ever read and I agree with the scholars who deem it to be the best book ever written…

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