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Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw, now mylar-sleeved. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.; 184 pages; Physical desc. : 184 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports. ; 29 cm. Subject: Joyce, James (1882-1941) --Homes and haunts --Ireland --Dublin --Dublin (Ireland) --Description and travel --Pictorial works. Summary: James Joyce (1882-1941) was born in Rathgar, a Dublin suburb. His childhood was spent in a dozen different addresses scattered across the city, as his father's wealth decline. He attended University College, Dublin, and, shortly after graduating, rejected a medical career to become a writer. In June 1904 his path crossed with Nora Barnacle on a Dublin street: four months later they left Ireland together, and spent the rest of their lives living in Europe with only a few short visits back. In this way, Joyce's Dulbin is a place created from memories. Though it permeates all of his writing, it remains in some way an unreal city, which the author accessed through a process of recollection and imagination. And Dublin in the year 2000 is a changing place. Virginie Amant's photography reveals the city which has survived into the twenty-first century, complemented by nineteenth-century etchings, illustrations and photographs showing views familiar to Joyce. A commentary by Rosanna Negrotti charts the journey she herself made to Dublin, tracking Joyce, a century on. In a world chock full of Joyceana, this book reveals what remains to be found.
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