James Joyce (1882 – 1941)
James Joyce, perhaps Ireland’s best-known and most-loved wordsmith, cuts a towering figure over the landscape of Irish literature. The archetypal Dubliner, Joyce’s love-hate relationship with Ireland’s capital city provided the raw material that fired some of the greatest modern writing to emerge from the island.

Born in 1882 to a suburban Dublin family, Joyce attended University College Dublin, where he studied languages.
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