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A Bloomsday Postcard.

A Bloomsday Postcard

Niall Murphy

Dufour Editions

PO Box 7, Chester Springs, PA 19425

www.dufoureditions.com

184351043X $37.95 1-800-869-5677

The sending, receiving and collecting of postcards as a major part of life in Edwardian Dublin, where there were six mail deliveries a day and one on Sunday, so it's fitting that Niall Murphy has gathered a fine representation of over two hundred postcards posted in Dublin during 1904 to display the messages and interests of ordinary people of the time. More than just a display of vintage cards, A Bloomsday Postcard pairs postcard images and messages with a re-creation of everyday life; thus earning a place as literature, social commentary, and art history all under one cover.
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Date:Dec 1, 2005
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