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The James Joyce Centre plays host to the Guinness Bloomsday Breakfast. Pictures of some of the notables as they drop in to pay their respects, chat to Joyceans, and sample the black stuff...
Bloomsday, 16th June 1904, is celebrated every year all over the world by Joycean scholars and ordinary fans of Joyce's Ulysses.
As an exile, Joyce had a bizarre fixation with Dublin, which is the setting for most of his writing. Dublin is also the place where Joyceans flock from all over the planet to re-enact the odyssey of Leopold Bloom as he spent one day in this unique city...