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  1. Nora Barnacle (21 March 1884 – 10 April 1951) was the muse and wife of Irish author James Joyce. Barnacle and Joyce had their first romantic outing in 1904 on a date celebrated worldwide as "Bloomsday" after his modernist novel Ulysses. Barnacle did not, however, enjoy the novel.

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    • 10 April 1951 (aged 67), Zürich, Switzerland
  2. Learn about the life and role of Nora Barnacle, the Irish woman who inspired the character of Molly Bloom in Ulysses by James Joyce. See a photo of her and listen to an audio recording of her voice.

  3. 16 de jun. de 2016 · Foi a partir de um encontro com a camareira Nora Barnacle, de Galway, na Irlanda, que o escritor James Joyce teve a ideia de criar o seu icônico Ulysses, obra tão influente que os irlandeses decidiram instituir em 1954 o Bloomsday, um dia dedicado ao personagem Leopold Bloom, protagonista do romance.

  4. 21 de fev. de 2010 · Born to Joyce and his wife Nora Barnacle in 1907 in Trieste, the flamboyant dancer was to be shut away in mental institutions for most of her adult life.

  5. 29 de jan. de 2022 · 16.jun.1904 Primeiro encontro entre Joyce e sua futura esposa, Nora Barnacle, com quem se casou em 1931 dez.1916 Seu primeiro romance, "Retrato do Artista quando Jovem", de teor autobiográfico ...

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  6. 15 de mar. de 2021 · Nuala O'Connor, a novelist, imagines the erotic and tender correspondence between Nora Barnacle and James Joyce, based on their real letters and her own invention. She explores their sensuality, passion, and fetish for defecation in their intimate words.

  7. 10 de abr. de 2021 · Nora Barnacle, when she left Ireland for Europe in 1904, didn’t write to her mother Annie Barnacle for years. Nora’s was a cruel silence, but she was fostered out to her Granny Healy at an ...