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Val O’Donnell and Jim Butler perform during Myles Day, a celebration of the life and works of Flann O’Brien in the Palace Bar, Fleet Street, Dublin, yesterday. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill

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People in boats view cherry blossoms along Imperial Palace moats in Tokyo. Photograph: Reuters

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 A scene from a dramatisation of  Tressell’s The Ragged  Trousered Philanthropists performed in London in 1949. Photograph: Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Getty Images
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