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Treat yourself this Bloomsday! On the streets of Dublin or in the comfort of your own home, experience this fascinating introduction to Ulysses. Narrated by Frank Delaney and featuring Senator David Norris, JoyceWays brings you hours of fun. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.



This is JoyceWays. It’s a place for saunterers, idlers, and tech-savvy literati. Enter into the topographical world of Ulysses and Dubliners, the Dublin as remembered by Ireland’s most revered novelist. From the central artery to Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, from the National Library to 7 … Continue reading 


JoyceWays provides you with a number of different routes that are designed to allow you to meander through the streets of Dublin at your own pace, whilst following in the footsteps of Joycean favorites like Leopold Bloom in specific chapters … Continue reading 


At each point along the way you are provided with a carefully constructed explanatory annotation of the moment, that is both light and entertaining, yet informative and insightful. JoyceWays is not just your guide to the streets of Joyce’s Dublin, … Continue reading 


See and hear the flowing language of Joyce as you journey along the route, via special recordings from an as of yet unannounced voice of distinction in the world of Irish art.


JoyceWays is bursting with professional, high definition photography. From minute details at each point to iconic images of Dublin landmarks, you can enjoy these as a visual companion to your journey on the streets of the city, or from the … Continue reading 


A time machine it may not be, but JoyceWays provides the user with a corresponding piece of contemporary further information to accompany each point. Advertisements, newspaper clippings, and cartoons, all to provide the user with a contextually accurate experience of … Continue reading 


“The artist, like the God of the creation, remains within or behind or beyond or above his handiwork, invisible, refined out of existence, indifferent, paring his fingernails.” – James Joyce