James Joyce, Dubliners.

Dubliners by James Joyce

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Haven’t I met this guy yesterday in Grafton Street? Is the plum cake still as good as in the 1920ies at Brown Thomas? Do the kids play still the same games at Grand Canal? James Joyce is painting an amazing picture of Dublin in the early 20th century. Dark streets, rough men but as well passionable lovers. This is mandatory for lovers of Dublin and Irish culture. Rest assured, this spirit is still here.

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About monissen
- raised up analogue - arrived in the digital age - now working in Munich - living in Bremerhaven - lived and worked in Dublin, Ireland - the heart of IT, and fell in love - lived and fell in love in and with Andalusia before - born in Northern Germany, Eckernförde - affinity for lyrics in general - like reading - like running - enjoying life

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