This essay explores the ways in which Joyce, in his Dublin years, carried out his own research into topics concerning the peripheries of religion in some Dublin public libraries. For the first time in Joyce scholarship, it presents evidence that he studied at the library of the church of Adam and Eve, which features at the opening of Finnegans Wake. It also considers Joyce’s two visits to the Marsh’s library which features in Ulysses, offering a reading of the so far little-known relationship between Joyce and Bram Stoker.

One of many Plots: Joyce in some Dublin libraries

TERRINONI E
2015

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This essay explores the ways in which Joyce, in his Dublin years, carried out his own research into topics concerning the peripheries of religion in some Dublin public libraries. For the first time in Joyce scholarship, it presents evidence that he studied at the library of the church of Adam and Eve, which features at the opening of Finnegans Wake. It also considers Joyce’s two visits to the Marsh’s library which features in Ulysses, offering a reading of the so far little-known relationship between Joyce and Bram Stoker.
James Joyce
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