Once again, fans of Irish author James Joyce have celebrated Bloomsday. Thousands of people descend on Dublin each June 16 to celebrate Joyce's epic novel Ulysses by re-creating the events in the book. The novel chronicles the passage of Leopold Bloom through Dublin on a single day — June 16, 1904 — a day, as Bloom says, that's a "chapter of accidents."
Bloomsday Honors Irish Author James Joyce
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