Jump to navigation Jump to search For the annual road race in Spokane, see Lilac Bloomsday Run. The English compound word Bloomsday is usually used in Irish as well, though some publications call it Lá Bloom. This section needs additional citations for verification. The day involves a range of cultural activities, dublinesca PDF Ulysses readings and dramatisations, pub crawls and other events, some of it hosted by the James Joyce Centre in North Great George’s Street.
Samuel Riba est l’éditeur talentueux d’un catalogue exigeant. Néanmoins, incapable de faire face à l’émergence des nouveaux médias et de concurrencer la vogue du roman gothique, il vient de faire faillite. Il sombre alors dans la déprime et le désœuvrement. Pour y remédier, il entreprend un voyage à Dublin. L’accompagnent quelques amis écrivains avec qui il entend créer une sorte de confrérie littéraire. Cette visite de la capitale irlandaise se double d’un voyage dans l’ouvre de Joyce. En explorant toutes les facettes de ce personnage complexe, qui est en partie son alter ego, Enrique Vila-Matas interroge la notion d’identité, de sujet, et décrit le parcours qui a mené la littérature contemporaine d’une épiphanie (Joyce) à l’aphasie (Beckett).
The James Joyce Tower and Museum at Sandycove, site of the opening chapter of Ulysses, hosts many free activities around Bloomsday including theatrical performances, musical events, tours of the iconic tower and readings from Joyce’s masterpiece. It is quite impossible to imagine any other masterpiece of modernism having quite such an effect on the life of a city. On Bloomsday 1982, the centenary year of Joyce’s birth, Irish state broadcaster RTÉ transmitted a continuous 30-hour dramatic performance of the entire text of Ulysses on radio. The 2006 Bloomsday festivities were cancelled, the day coinciding with the funeral of Charles Haughey. Bloomsday has also been celebrated since 1994 in the Hungarian town of Szombathely, the fictional birthplace of Leopold Bloom’s father, Virág Rudolf, an emigrant Hungarian Jew. The Georgetown Neighborhood Library, located at 3260 R Street, NW, in Washington, D.
Twenty-five writers, actors, and scholars read Ulysses aloud in its entirety, a project which took more than 33 hours. Library is home to Joyce’s handwritten manuscript of Ulysses. New York City has several events on Bloomsday including formal readings at Symphony Space and informal readings and music at the downtown Ulysses’ Folk House pub. The Irish American Bar Association of New York celebrates Joyce’s contribution to the First Amendment, with an annual keynote speech named after John Quinn, the Irish-American lawyer who defended Joyce’s New York publishers in their obscenity trial in 1922. Los Angeles, California-Each year Bloomsday is celebrated at the Hammer Museum with readings, music and libations. Irish Center of Kansas City currently hosts the Bloomsday celebration, started at Bloomsday Books, KCMO in 1995.
Usually a day long event, the Center hosts readers of Ulysses, screens a documentary, and sponsors a play, punctuating the Joycean word with Irish dancers and a performance by Dublin balladeer Eddie Delahunt. This has been an annual event since its inception. The club awards scholarships and other prizes to students who have written essays on Joyce or fiction pertaining to his work. There was a marathon reading of Joyce’s Ulysses on 15 June 2013, at Casey’s Pub in the Historic Corktown neighbourhood. The Hammer Museum hosts an annual Bloomsday celebration including: live Irish music, a Guinness happy hour, a public reading of the « Lestrygonians » episode, and a dramatic reading of « Sirens ». Jazz Club holds an annual read of the novel on Bloomsday as well performed by local enthusiasts.
Ulysses and Irish folk music, sponsored by the Wichita Irish Cultural Association. The Irish American Society of Tidewater, Virginia, held a Bloomsday Happy Hour at Smartmouth Brewery, on Saturday, 14 June 2014. Readings from Ulysses at the Irish Heritage Center, corner of Gray and State Streets. Portland, Oregon – Powell’s Books hosts a reading of the novel in its entirety for the duration of the day by authors, volunteers, and other Joyce lovers.