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1999 Bloomsday Card

by T. E. Kennelly

image of the green door of N���2 Clanbrassil Street
To view the Inscription

reverse of postcard with message

"No. 52 Clanbrassil Street Lower (now demolished), Dublin. Mythical birthplace of Leopold Bloom," T. E. Kennelly's 1999 Bloomsday Card, was produced in a limited edition of 23 postal cards in celebration of Bloomsday, June 16, the day of Leopold Bloom's odyssey through Dublin in James Joyce's Ulysses.


"Dear Ms. Kennelly -
"What might be the name of this erigible or erected residence? Bloom Cottage. Saint Leopold's. Flowerville. Could Bloom of 7 Ecclestreet forsee Bloom of Flowerville?"
Happy Bloomday! T.K."

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