# james-joyce - Today’s News
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# james-joyce - Monday 23 September, 2013
# james-joyce - Saturday 15 June, 2013
Bloomsday breakfast, walks, talks, plays, music and a world record attempt – just some of the ways James Joyce is being remembered tomorrow. Here’s what’s going on.
# james-joyce - Monday 10 June, 2013
Bloomsday is a time if year when all James Joyce fans re-Joyce (sorry!) all over the world and celebrate his literary masterpieces.
# james-joyce - Monday 3 June, 2013
The handwritten rough draft of the modernist writer’s first novel – described as “one of the most important 20th century working manuscripts” – is expected to fetch up to €1.4 million.
# james-joyce - Thursday 11 April, 2013
An extra word has been inserted into a line from the opening chapter of Ulysses, which appears on a commemorative coin.
# james-joyce - Sunday 17 March, 2013
From James Joyce to the White House.
# james-joyce - Monday 28 January, 2013
# james-joyce - Sunday 27 January, 2013
Our leader meets a lot of people and there are plenty of them who are pretty famous….
# james-joyce - Wednesday 31 October, 2012
# james-joyce - Saturday 1 September, 2012
Was he looking for a taxi maybe?
# james-joyce - Monday 20 August, 2012
Staffing issues at Fáilte Ireland meant that the James Joyce site closed this summer.
# james-joyce - Saturday 16 June, 2012
All the day’s main news, plus the bits and pieces you may have missed.
A number of politicians – including the President of Ireland – have got into the spirit of things today.
(Includes one obligatory fact about the eighties cartoon Ulysses 31)
Today Ireland is celebrating James Joyce’s doorstop novel. But have you actually read it?
It’s Bloomsday today, celebrating the work of James Joyce. What’s going on around the country?
# james-joyce - Thursday 14 June, 2012
Ahead of Bloomsday, travel writer and broadcaster Manchán Magan went to Paris on the trail of author James Joyce – and was surprised by the things he learned about his time there…
# james-joyce - Sunday 10 June, 2012
Find out what links the country with Ireland’s most famous author, among other things.
# james-joyce - Tuesday 27 March, 2012
Enda Kenny met Chinese leader Wen Jiabao in Beijing today as part of his four-day visit.
# james-joyce - Sunday 29 January, 2012
A series of deaths masks for commemorating the powerful and famous, from monarchs to musicians.
# james-joyce - Sunday 1 January, 2012
The first day of 2012: peace prize for the McAleeses, the Phoenix Park has a big birthday, testing times in Iran, Titanic memories and a sneak peek at what will be hot in 2012…
# james-joyce - Saturday 31 December, 2011
On New Year’s Eve, we bring you a round up of the day’s main stories, including: Clarke and McIlroy make the honours list; a rise in callouts for the bomb squad; and copyright is lifted on James Joyce’s work.
The copyright on the works of James Joyce expires on 1 January 2012 – meaning that for the first time, his published and unpublished writings will be in the public domain.
# james-joyce - Sunday 23 October, 2011
Joe DiMaggio, Dan Wheldon, the beauty of football and a real-life answer to The Wrestler: it’s an extra-special, double edition of our weekly round-up.
# james-joyce - Friday 21 October, 2011
JFK’s lectern, a postcard from George Bernard Shaw and the original Wanderly Wagon are among the items on show.
# james-joyce - Thursday 16 June, 2011
Rory McCann uses a mapping algorithm to solve an 111-year-old puzzle first posed by Leopold Bloom in ‘Ulysses’.
Nine things to know this morning, including: the ECB mulls over Ireland’s plan to burn Anglo bondholders, the government’s 100th day in power, and a longstanding Bloomsday riddle is finally solved…
# james-joyce - Wednesday 8 June, 2011
The copyright restriction on Ulysses will be lifted next year, meaning an expansion of Bloomsday celebrations. If you can’t wait for the flash mob, this year’s Bloomsday will see a “tweading” of the book on Twitter.
# james-joyce - Tuesday 5 April, 2011
The singer first applied to use references to Joyce’s seminal work 22 year ago but has been refused permission to do so – until now.
# james-joyce - Wednesday 16 March, 2011
The letter from Joyce to his friend, Italian writer Carlo Linati, sees the frustrated Irishman decry the censorship of his books.