CENTENARY OF ULYSSES PUBLICATION

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WEDNESDAY 02 FEBRUARY 2022
CENTENARY OF ULYSSES PUBLICATION

Ulysses 100

An e-book was published on 02.02.2022

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The date 02/02/2022 marks the centenary of the publication of Ulysses in 1922, not in Dublin but in Paris by Shakespeare and Company. The Princess Grace Irish Library in Monaco is delighted to participate in celebrations at the Centre Culturel Irlandais (CCI) in Paris, where our first edition copy #312 of Ulysses was on display for two months.

The CCI kicked off their centenary programme to mark the publication of this modernist masterpiece and to inaugurate their centenary exhibition. In attendance Niall Burgess, His Excellency Ambassador of Ireland to France and the Principality of Monaco. Details HERE

At 8.22pm on 02.02.22 a special e-book, as part of the 'Ulysses 100' project, was on show to the audience. It features contributions from all over the world, including a photo of H.S.H. Prince Albert II with our first edition copy of Ulysses at the Prince's Palace of Monaco and a reading at the Princess Grace Irish Library (PGIL) by Monaco-Ireland Arts Society actors. See pages 65-71 for Monaco's contribution. 

Attending the  Centre Culturel Irlandais centenary event for Ulysses on 02.2.22 were Princess Grace Irish Library (PGIL) Trustee and Ambassador of Monaco to UNESCO Anne-Marie Boisbouvier (far left), Niall Burgess, His Excellency Ambassador of Ireland to France and the Principality of Monaco (centre), Honorary Consul General to Ireland in PACA France Pierre Joannon (far right), CCI Director Nora Hickey M’Sichili (left centre) and Rosetta Beaugendre (right centre), lead curator of the CCI "Season of Centenaries" exhibition - which features the Ulysses #312 first edition on loan from the PGIL.

Visit the Princess Grace Irish Library to see this rare first edition of Ulysses. Our copy is numbered #312 out of 1,000 printed on handmade paper. Images below.

photo copyright Gaelan Luci, Palais Princier

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