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Araby House, James Joyce and All the Neighbours on North Richmond Street

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ISBN: 9781739714840
AuthorQuinn, Michael
Pub Date17/03/2024
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey
Publisher: James Joyce Centre
€15.00

Since the 1800s, Araby House and North Richmond Street have been part of the built heritage of Dublin's characterful north inner city neighbourhood. They have also been home to generations of citizens - some famous; many forgotten.

This social study demonstrates why out of all the streets that the writer, James Joyce, lived on, North Richmond Street and its environs command the most attention in his great novels and short stories.

At the same time, the study rescues from the dusty records of history dozens of gallant women, men, and children who lived, worked, and played here.

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Since the 1800s, Araby House and North Richmond Street have been part of the built heritage of Dublin's characterful north inner city neighbourhood. They have also been home to generations of citizens - some famous; many forgotten.

This social study demonstrates why out of all the streets that the writer, James Joyce, lived on, North Richmond Street and its environs command the most attention in his great novels and short stories.

At the same time, the study rescues from the dusty records of history dozens of gallant women, men, and children who lived, worked, and played here.

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