James Joyce Statue
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James Joyce Statue information
Looking about with a bemused air from the corner of pedestrianised North Earl St is a small statue of James Joyce, whom wagsters like to refer to as 'the prick with the stick'. Joyce would have loved the vulgar rhyme.