Paying homage to the wanderings of Leopold Bloom in James Joyce's Ulysses, what better souvenir of Bloomsday than a typographic map marking the landmarks in existence on June 16, 1904, and cited in the novel?
The term 'Bloomsday' would mean nothing to Joyce. It was first used on the 50th anniversary of the events in the novel, when John Ryan and Brian O'Nolan organised what has become an annual day-long pilgrimage along the Ulysses route. Last year,...
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