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‘Then lo, and behold they blossom out as Adam Findlaters or Dan Tallons.” The Dan Tallon Joyce was referring to in this excerpt from Ulysses, was t(...)

James Joyce: time to yet again celebrate Joyce’s transfiguration of the commonplace into art. Photograph: Lipnitzki/Roger Viollet/Getty Images

Ulysses, written by James Joyce – one of Ireland’s most cantankerous exiles – is very funny, organic, lively and grows on rereading. The more snobbis(...)

Craftsmen were busy in 1868 constructing a pair of villas: Somerton and Medina on Terenure Road West. Medina is immortalised in James Joyce’s Ulyss(...)

Sandycove is steeped in literary history, with the opening scene of Ulysses set in its Martello tower – forever immortalising this architectural cu(...)

Of the 15 Georgian mansions in the Roebuck area, only two are still used as private houses and Roebuck Hill is one of them. (...)