Expo - This is a lovely quiet rose-growing part of dirty old europe'

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This is a lovely quiet rose-growing part of dirty old Europe' On August 16, 1934, the Irish writer James Joyce and his wife Nora landed as tourists in Luxembourg and settled for a week at the Grand Hôtel Brasseur, near the old city. During his stay, Joyce wrote a dozen letters and postcards which allow us to retrace his steps and perceive the city of Luxembourg through the eyes of the author of The Dubliners. The exhibition primarily presents the city of Luxembourg as a tourist destination in the 1930s. It highlights Joyce's correspondence which focuses on the lifting of the ban on Ulysses in the United States by evoking the importance of Radio Luxembourg for the singing career of his son George. The exhibition also highlights The role of Aline Mayrisch-de Saint Hubert with a view to the publication of an important study on the illustrious author by the young French intellectual Armand Petitjean. Finally, Elle recounts the reception of Joyce by Luxembourg journalists and authors and shows how The Grand Duchy with its rivers will end up populating the pages of the famous Finnegans Wake, published in 1939.


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Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg

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1855 Luxembourg Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg, 37d Avenue John F. Kennedy, Luxembourg

Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg
Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg
37d Avenue John F. Kennedy
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  • 2022-04-26 2022-09-10 Europe/Paris Expo - This is a lovely quiet rose-growing part of dirty old europe' This is a lovely quiet rose-growing part of dirty old Europe' On August 16, 1934, the Irish writer James Joyce and his wife Nora landed as tourists in Luxembourg and settled for a week at the Grand Hôtel Brasseur, near the old city. During his stay, Joyce wrote a dozen letters and postcards which allow us to retrace his steps and perceive the city of Luxembourg through the eyes of the author of The Dubliners. The exhibition primarily presents the city of Luxembourg as a tourist destination in the 1930s. It highlights Joyce's correspondence which focuses on the lifting of the ban on Ulysses in the United States by evoking the importance of Radio Luxembourg for the singing career of his son George. The exhibition also highlights The role of Aline Mayrisch-de Saint Hubert with a view to the publication of an important study on the illustrious author by the young French intellectual Armand Petitjean. Finally, Elle recounts the reception of Joyce by Luxembourg journalists and authors and shows how The Grand Duchy with its rivers will end up populating the pages of the famous Finnegans Wake, published in 1939. Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg, 37d Avenue John F. Kennedy, Luxembourg Luxembourg City Tourist Office - LCTO
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