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Mary R wrote a review Oct 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania114 contributions55 helpful votes
I love the bronze statues like this one & Molly Malone across the river, far more than the more modernistic ones. You get a feeling of the man when you look at this statue. He came from a time when men had class and style!
Date of experience: September 2019
Robert S wrote a review Jun 2019
Beaumaris, Australia262 contributions78 helpful votes
I am currently walking with a walking stick and felt right at home alongside James Joyce with his walking stick. He is a great writer and the statue is a real testament to his work and his talent.
Date of experience: June 2019
Sco wrote a review Feb 2019
Aberdeen, United Kingdom4,004 contributions448 helpful votes
We came across this statue of the Irish novelist as we walked from Jacob's Inn to O'Connell Street. The statue looked very apt in its manner/personality, pose and location (by the people and pubs).
Date of experience: July 2018
macedonboy wrote a review Feb 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,739 contributions100,253 helpful votes
This statue just off O'Connell Street, stands in tribute to the Irish novelist James Joyce. The statues is made of bronze and is slightly larger than life featuring James Joyce standing cross-legged, leaning on a walking stick and with his left hand in his pocket. The texture of the statue is not smooth, but does make it stand out more than a smooth finish would. Nice statue to get a selfie with.…
Date of experience: February 2019
Lolly’s Look wrote a review Dec 2018
New York City, New York11,859 contributions12,440 helpful votes
The James Joyce Statue in Dublin is a tribute to the man. The statue seems to capture his craggy personality.
Date of experience: October 2018
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