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Written in my heart : walks through James Joyce's Dublin / Mark Traynor & Emily Carson ; illustrated by Fuchsia MacAree.

By: Traynor, Mark (Director of the James Joyce Centre) [author.].
Contributor(s): Carson, Emily (Freelance writer) [author.] | MacAree, Fuchsia [illustrator.].
Publisher: Dublin : The O'Brien Press, 2016Description: 95 pages : illustrations (colour), maps (colour) ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781847178206.Subject(s): Joyce, James, 1882-1941 -- Homes and haunts -- Ireland -- Dublin | Literary landmarks -- Ireland -- Dublin | Dublin (Ireland) -- History -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 941.835 Summary: "James Joyce's Dublin sprawls through the intricate street networks of Dublin's inner city, quaint village main streets that pass through its coastal towns, vast park lands, prim suburban roads and grotty back alleys. Discovering Joyce's Dublin is to learn more about the fabric of a city and society that was changing at an astonishing rate, and bore the marks of a country that was struggling to define its national identity. You'll see the places where figures like W.B. Yeats and George 'AE' Russell, who had a large influence on Joyce's work, would meet with him to discuss the Irish literary revival amongst other things." - Book cover
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"James Joyce's Dublin sprawls through the intricate street networks of Dublin's inner city, quaint village main streets that pass through its coastal towns, vast park lands, prim suburban roads and grotty back alleys. Discovering Joyce's Dublin is to learn more about the fabric of a city and society that was changing at an astonishing rate, and bore the marks of a country that was struggling to define its national identity. You'll see the places where figures like W.B. Yeats and George 'AE' Russell, who had a large influence on Joyce's work, would meet with him to discuss the Irish literary revival amongst other things." - Book cover

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