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Seventh Annual James Joyce Research Colloquium: 10–12 April 2014

Seventh Annual James Joyce Research Colloquium: 10–12 April 2014 ASHLEY ELIZABETH SAVARD (Durham University) SEVENTH ANNUAL JAMES JOYCE RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM: 10­12 APRIL 2014 THE CENTENARY OF DUBLINERS: HISTORICAL, DIGITAL, AND ARCHIVAL APPROACHES In the hours before the Seventh Annual James Joyce Research Colloquium began, I decided to take advantage of my brief time in Dublin and stepped out of my room in search of Joyce's Dublin -- something that did not prove too difficult to discover. Despite having only visited Ireland's capital city only once before I found myself in familiar territory. Thankfully the paths of Dublin on 10 April 2014 were far from `rainladen' and instead were drenched in spring sunshine as I arrived at the `grey block of Trinity' and looked over to the `blind columned porch' of the Bank of Ireland `where pigeons roocoocooed' and palefaced tourists stood snapping pictures with their cameras (P V.212; U 10.343­4). It was easy to imagine M'Coy dodging a banana peel in Temple Bar and Bloom near O'Connell Bridge searching through titles until he arrived on Sweets of Sin: `Yes. Take this. The end' (U 10.512­13). In the reading room of the National Library I looked over an early draft of the `Scylla and Charybdis' episode in their http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Dublin James Joyce Journal James Joyce Research Center @ University College Dublin

Seventh Annual James Joyce Research Colloquium: 10–12 April 2014

Dublin James Joyce Journal , Volume 6 (6) – Jun 5, 2014

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ASHLEY ELIZABETH SAVARD (Durham University) SEVENTH ANNUAL JAMES JOYCE RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM: 10­12 APRIL 2014 THE CENTENARY OF DUBLINERS: HISTORICAL, DIGITAL, AND ARCHIVAL APPROACHES In the hours before the Seventh Annual James Joyce Research Colloquium began, I decided to take advantage of my brief time in Dublin and stepped out of my room in search of Joyce's Dublin -- something that did not prove too difficult to discover. Despite having only visited Ireland's capital city only once before I found myself in familiar territory. Thankfully the paths of Dublin on 10 April 2014 were far from `rainladen' and instead were drenched in spring sunshine as I arrived at the `grey block of Trinity' and looked over to the `blind columned porch' of the Bank of Ireland `where pigeons roocoocooed' and palefaced tourists stood snapping pictures with their cameras (P V.212; U 10.343­4). It was easy to imagine M'Coy dodging a banana peel in Temple Bar and Bloom near O'Connell Bridge searching through titles until he arrived on Sweets of Sin: `Yes. Take this. The end' (U 10.512­13). In the reading room of the National Library I looked over an early draft of the `Scylla and Charybdis' episode in their

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Published: Jun 5, 2014

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