Friday February 21, 2020

Rejoycing in the literary luminaries of Paris

One day in the late 1920s, an Irish priest arrived in Sylvia Beach’s legendary bookshop, Shakespeare & Company, then located at 12 rue de l’Odeon, Paris. He bought a copy of Ulysses by James Joyce. Then he asked: ‘‘Any more spicy books?”

9th July, 2011

{ "b" : "A Little Circle of Kindred Minds Joyce in Paris"}

By Conor Fennell

{ "b" : "Green Lamp Editions, €20"}

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