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18 Jun 2023
Heritage Centre

SOLD OUT: Dublin, A Writer’s City

The words of its writers are a part of the texture of Dublin, an invisible counterpart to the bricks and pavement we see around us. Beyond the ever-present footsteps of Leopold Bloom in the city centre and out to Seamus Heaney’s Sandymount overlooking Dublin Bay, nearby Yeats’ birthplace, on out to Samuel Beckett’s Dun Laoghaire pier from where we can see the Martello Tower linking us back to James Joyce and the opening of Ulysses. Chris Morash has written a book-lover’s map of our great city of literature.