Susannah Fullerton Literary Dublin The Irish capital is one of the great literary cities of the world. This Literary Snapshot will show you this city from a writer’s point of view. <strong>PLEASE NOTE: </strong> This product is a DOWNLOAD multipage, printable document with full colour images. If payment is made via EFT or cheque, the download will not be available until funds have cleared in Susannah's bank account. Please pay via credit card or PayPal for immediate download. <p></p> 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Literary Dublin

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The Irish capital is one of the great literary cities of the world. This Literary Snapshot will show you this city from a writer’s point of view.

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See a great city through the eyes of writers.

The Irish capital is one of the great literary cities of the world. Are you planning a visit there? Would you like to explore the city’s literary heritage, find statues of famous writers, visit museums and libraries which display Irish literary treasures? Or do you just love to read Irish literature and wish to learn more about the places in the city which have inspired Dublin based writers?

This Literary Snapshot will show you this city from a writer’s point of view. You will learn about the writers’ homes open to the public, the pubs where they drank, the shops and streets they mentioned in their novels, the prison which incarcerated them, their places of burial, and the river Liffey that they smelt, and reviled or praised.

James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, Brendan Behan, Maeve Binchy, Samuel Beckett, W.B. Yeats, Patrick Kavanagh, Jonathan Swift, and many more – these are just soe of the writers who put Dublin on the world’s literary map.

“When I die, Dublin will be written in my heart.” (James Joyce)

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