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Went to say thanks to James Joyce.

By January 25, 20092 Comments

He is in Zurich, sitting down having a smoke and pondering, on a beautiful and quiet graveyard. It was a beautiful day today so I went to say hi and thanks.
Arrived by bike.Thanks for pointing, cause all the gravestones are covered with snow The man himself.The man himself.The gravestone itselfHard to read.A posed one.Thanks.And there I went

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  • deeharvey says:

    Was it “Thank you for the scene in Davy Byrne’s James Joyce, it is one of the funniest things I’ve ever read”? Or more like “thanks a bunch for inflicting the tedious knobhead Stephen Dedalus on the world, James Joyce”? Or “James Joyce, my 10 month old daugther has convinced me that in fact a plate of peas and pepper is the most joyous of meals. But thanks for Dubliners anyway.”

  • Bohoe says:

    Solely for things like this:
    Stephen Hero (written 1904–6, published 1944)
    Chamber Music (1907 poems)
    Giacomo Joyce (written 1907, published 1968)
    Dubliners (1914)
    A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916)
    Exiles (1918 play)
    Ulysses (1922)
    Pomes Penyeach (1927 poems)
    Collected Poems(1936 poems)
    Finnegans Wake (1939)
    James Joyce’s Letters to Sylvia Beach, 1921-1940 (1987)

    Anyone can do that, I know.