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James Joyce' statue, on Earl Street, a few steps off O'Connell Street in Dublin is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. I have been there many times and invariably Dubliners are sitting around its base. It is artistically, yet realistically done, and captures facets...More
I have passed by this statute countless times, at first I dismissed it as one of the many statues littering Dublin, then I noticed this one was bit different. It had an underlying message. It carries a message that you, I and any explorer would...More
A fun short stop spot in the middle of the shopping centre. A pleasant surprise, as he melts away in the scenery. With a look on his like he belongs there, the statue makes an honourable tribute to the great author.
I think everyone should stop by this entertaining statue of James Joyce, it is right off O'Connell street at Earl Street.
The statue is not your typical granite statue but one that invites you to be entertained.
(About Homers' The Odyssey) then it's a thrill to run across this statue of the Great James Joyce. Probably even more of a thrill for a super literate fan. Impress your friends by revealing that Mr. Joyce's middle name is "Augustine Aloysius".