Cyber Ireland: Text, Image, Culture by Claire Lynch (auth.)

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Such characteristic Joycean ficto-geography is conveyed on a plaque at 52 Upper Clanbrassil Street, locating Leopold Bloom’s birth ‘in Joyce’s imagination’ as well as in this Dublin building. While this and other shrines to the novel annotate Dublin’s buildings and pavements, Joyce’s cityscape is inevitably being replaced and renewed over time. So, where once the city shaped the text, the text now haunts the city, as visitors adapt to reading locations increasingly unfamiliar from those found in the pages of Ulysses.

475). Their research was timely, linking a renewed interest in the Joycean text with a funding trend for exploring the capacity of computer technology within the humanities. While Derrida’s ‘Joyceware’ established a language in which to reimagine texts such as Ulysses in the age of computers, Nunes’ coining of ‘JoyceMedia’ opened up new ways to use it (Armand, 2004). While these research projects were, undoubtedly, highly conceptual, they also took on the more practical questions of what a hypertext would look like.

87). Again, McCann seems to pun here on the mother’s capacity to ‘console’ her son as he sits in front of the computer console. In the same way, the fridge becomes a shrine to him after his death, and is used to remember but also to reconnect with him as she pastes on ‘Computer articles. Photos of circuit boards. 90) as if leaving flowers at a graveside. 261). 261). In Let the Great World Spin, Claire grieves first for the absence, then for the destruction of Joshua’s body. As she meets with other bereaved mothers in her efforts to come to terms with this, high-wire walker Philippe Petit hangs above their conversation.

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