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Bloomsday Blooms

It almost slipped past me, but I just managed to grab it by the tale — pun intended! Today, June 16, is officially Bloomsday — and probably the most famous single day in literature. Why? June 16, 1904 is the … Continue reading

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Bloomsday Blooms

Bloomsday almost slipped past me, but I just managed to grab it by the tale — pun intended! As I pen this post, it is still officially Bloomsday here in America. In case all this is confusing you, June 16, … Continue reading

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Dickens Day

Bloomsday — who knew? Not me! I recently learned that June 16, the day James Joyce chronicled in Ulysses (June 16, 1904, to be exact), is celebrated every year in Dublin, where the story took place, and elsewhere as well. … Continue reading

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