The Eason store on O’Connell Street is not as I remember it. For one thing, it has an Insomnia concession downstairs. It has a restaurant on the second floor. It has subdivisions, branded with care.
The ascent to the office above the shop floor is eye-opening: here, “Easonology”, a blue-lit section devoted to “games, puzzles and experiences” and staffed by “Easonologists”; there, “Department 51”, per its own description “specialising in teenage reading habits,...
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