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“The Sacred Pint Alone can Unbind the Tongue of Dedalus!” The Rosenbach Presents Ulysses Every Day

By On April 17, 2020

For literature enthusiasts and first-time readers alike, Ulysses can be every bit as daunting as it is thrilling. If you’ve always wanted to read James Joyce’s masterpiece, or are eager for any… Read More

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“Your Heart You Sing Of”: Ernest Hilbert Reads from the “Wandering Rocks” Chapter of Ulysses for Bloomsday

By On June 3, 2019

Join us for The Rosenbach’s annual Bloomsday festivities on June 16, which is also Father’s Day this year! … Read More

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“A Frowsy Whore with Black Straw Sailor Hat Askew Came Glazily in the Day”: Hilbert Reads from the “Sirens” Chapter of James Joyce’s Ulysses for the Rosenbach Musem & Library’s Annual Bloomsday

By On June 5, 2018

“A frowsy whore with black straw sailor hat askew came glazily in the day along the quay towards Mr Bloom. When first he saw that form endearing? Yes, it is. I feel… Read More

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“Pornosophical Philotheology!” Hilbert Reads from the “Circe” Chapter of James Joyce’s Ulysses for the Rosenbach Musem & Library’s Annual Bloomsday

By On June 1, 2017

“There is a flower that bloometh . . .” Hey, Philly, I’ll be reading from the “Circe” chapter of James Joyce’s Ulysses for the Rosenbach Musem & Library’s Annual Bloomsday, Friday, June… Read More

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Celebrate Bloomsday from Your Desk with New Dublin Press’s Recording of Joyce’s Masterpiece, Ulysses

By On June 16, 2014

Today is June 16th, the day Joyce's famous character Leopold Bloom wanders the streets of Dublin, encountering all manner of trouble and triumph as the modern mock heroic variation on Homer's Odysseus.… Read More