Why James Joyce at the Spring Mill Cafe?

James Joyce left Ireland unwanted, but Paris welcomed him. Sylvia Beach, owner of Shakespeare and Company, a bookstore on the Left Bank of Paris published his book Ulysses. With the help of Ezra Pound, James Joyce lived in Hotel Lenox. In appreciation of James Joyce, the city of Paris named a square James Joyce Square,  near the Bibliothèque Nationale in the 13th arrondissement. Vive James Joyce and Paris and Conshohocken!

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2 thoughts on “Why James Joyce at the Spring Mill Cafe?

  1. James Joyce, great writer, my favourite quote, “Better pass boldly into that other world, in the full glory of some passion, than fade and wither dismally with age.”
    Thanks for mentioning hotel Lenox Saint Germain. We would like to add that the hotel has been totally renovated lately and it has now a fresh, modern look. I urge everyone to have a look on the website.
    Marketing Manager
    Hotel Lenox Saint Germain
    9 rue de l’université / 75007 Paris – France
    Tél : +33 (0)1 42 96 10 95 / fax : 01 42 61 52 83
    hotel@lenoxsaintgermain.com
    http://www.hotelparislenoxsaintgermain.com/

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