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Finn Fordham to speak on Bloomsday at the British Library, Saturday 16th.

Posted on 06/06/2012

To celebrate Bloomsday, the British Library - who have the second largest holding of Joyce manuscripts in the world - is hosting a special event.  It has become easier to mount an event of this kind because James Joyce's works are now, 70 years after his death, in the public domain.  With other colleagues from the University of London - Steven Connor and Joseph Brooker - Finn Fordham will be speaking about the role of peripheral vision in Ulysses and referring to Joyce's revisions in the manuscripts.  See www.bl.uk/whatson/events/event131059.html 



   
 
 
 

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