Next Tuesday will see thousands of people trekking round Dublin on what has become and annual pilgrimage and popular salute to one of the city’s greatest sons. June 16 is Bloomsday, when Dublin denizens and visitors from all over the world congregate to retrace the steps taken by two characters in Ulysses, James Joyce’s expansive and celebrated masterpiece.
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Dublin day in the life of Joyce and Ulysses
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