Ernest Hemingway Talks of James Joyce

“ Once upon a time and a very good time it was…”

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The above photograph of James Joyce, probably taken in the Dublin family garden in the 1890s, is still the best ever taken of him, because it shows a young man of strength and determination, who can’t wait to get away from a suffocating Ireland governed by a repressive religion and lackadaisical politics, plus a rising…

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