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Topic - Leopold Bloom
Combining classic fiction with modern technology, Boston College students created a new app that takes users on an interactive walking tour of Dublin through the eyes of James Joyce characters in his stream-of-consciousness masterwork "Ulysses."
Bizarre, intriguing, sometimes maddening but always challenging, Jason Grote's "1001" opened this weekend for a monthlong run as part of the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, W.Va. It could easily become the hit of CATF's 2007 season.
Bloomsday will soon be upon us. Falling on June 16, this day is named after Leopold Bloom, a character from James Joyce's novel "Ulysses." Bloomsday is celebrated in Dublin and in some American cities with large Irish populations. People dress up in Victorian fashion and drive around town in horse-drawn carriages, and celebrities stage various readings from the book. The book seems to foster all the postures and impostures of bohemia.
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