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A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man Map

Map of locations in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, written in 1916 by James Joyce (1882-1941)

"Maps of the Classics" by Peter Biggins
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Sallins
Sallins, Kildare, IE
Town near where Stephen Dedalus went to secodary school.
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Clongowes Wood College
Clane, Kildare, IE
Where Stephen Dedalus went to secondary school.
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Clane
Clane, Kildare, IE
Town where old peasants lived who went to Mass on Sunday at the chapel in Clongowes Wood College. Stephen saw a young girl standing in a doorway.
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Belvedere College
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen Dedalus went to secondary school after Clongowes Wood College.
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Hill of Allen
Kildare, IE
Hill that could be seen from Sallins.
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D'Olier Street
D'Olier Street
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Street where the Dedalus family got their turkey for Christmas dinner.
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Arklow
Arklow, Wicklow, IE
Town where Mr. Casey spat tobacco juice in the eye of a woman who was screaming in his face.
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Carysfort Avenue
Carysfort Ave
Blackrock, Dublin, IE
Street where Stephen Dedalus lived in Blackrock.
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Stillorgan
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen might walk on Sunday with his father and Uncle Charles.
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St. John the Baptist Church
Newtown Ave
Blackrock, Dublin, IE
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Dundrum
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen might walk on Sunday with his father and Uncle Charles
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Joyce's Tower
Sandycove Point
Dublin, Dublin, IE
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Carrickmines
Carrickmines, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen went with the milkman to get milk.
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Harold's Cross
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen went to a children's party.
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Drumcorda and Clonliffe Roads
Where Stephen told his class mates that Cardinal Newman was the best writer and Lord Byron was the best poet.
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Jones's Road
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Victoria Hotel
Where Stephen went with his father.
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Queen's College - Anatomy
Cork, Cork, IE
Where Stephens's father studied anatomy. Now University College Cork.
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Mardyke
Mardyke Walk
Cork, Cork, IE
Where Stephen walked with his father.
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Morgue
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen walked after the play.
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Lotts
N Lotts
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Stephen saw a sign for this street where he walked after the play.
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Foster Place
Foster Pl
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where the Bank of Ireland was. Stephen went there to collect his prize money. It was the House of Commons of the Irish Parliament up to 1800.
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Capuchin Friary
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen went to confession.
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Clontarf Chapel
187 Clontarf Rd
Dublin, Dublin, IE
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The Wooden Bridge
The Wooden Bridge
Dublin,, IE
Where Stephen saw Brother Hickey, Brother Quaid, Brother MacArdle, and Brother Keough.
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Dollymount Strand
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Where Stephen walked after crossing The Wooden Bridge and saw a beautiful girl.
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Howth
Howth, Dublin, IE
Peninsula Stephen could see from Bull Island.
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Gardiner Street
Jesuit house Stephen passed and wondered which window would be his if he became a Jesuit.
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Nuns madhouse
Covent Avenue
Dublin, Co. Dublin, IE
Saint Vincent's Hospital, near where Stephen lived while attending University College Dublin.
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Talbot Place
Talbot Pl
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen passed Baird's stonecutting works on his way to University College Dublin.
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University College Duiblin
85 St Stephen's Green
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen went to school after Belvedere College.
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North Strand Road
N Strand Rd
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Street where Stephen walked on his way to University College Dublin.
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Sloblands of Fairview
Tidal mud flats that Stephen passed by on his way to University College Dublin. Used for landfill in the early 1900s.
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Hopkins Corner
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where MacCann called Stephen an antisocial being in front of the jewelry store named Hopkins and Hopkins.
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National Poet of Ireland
Statue of Thomas Moore (1779-1852) that Stephen passed on his way to University College Dublin.
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Buttevant
Buttevant, Cork, IE
Town where Davin saw a hurling match between Croke's Own Boys and Fearless Thurles,
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Castletowneroche
Castletownroche, Cork, IE
Where there was an event the day of the hurling match in Buttevant.
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Kilmallock
Limerick, IE
Where Davin lived.
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Ballyhoura
Cork, IE
Where Davin stopped at a house to ask for a glass of water on his way home from Buttevant to Kilmallock.
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Grantham Street
Grantham St
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Stree where Stephen visited Davin..
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Wolfe Tone Memorial
Passed by Stephen on his way to University College Dublin.
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Lower Mount Street
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen walked with Lynch.
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Canal Bridge
Grand Canal Bridge
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen walked with Lynch.
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Merrion Square
Merrion Square
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen walked with Lynch.
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The Duke's Lawn
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen walked with Lynch.
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National Library
Kildare St
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen walked with Lynch. Where Stephen saw ther girl and some fellow students under the colonnade.
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Cork Hill
Cork Hill
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Near where a girl coming out of Jacob's biscuit factory asked Stephen if he liked what he saw of her.
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Molesworth Street
Molesworth St
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen saw birds flying around a house from his vantage point under the colonnade of the National Library.
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Malahide
Malahide, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen rode a borrowed creaking bicycle and stopped in a nearby wood to pray.
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Harcourt Street station
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen and Cranly once talked about the Church. Where Cranly argued with Doherty about the shortest way from Sallygap to Larras.
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Leeson Park
Leeson Park
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Where Stephen walked with Cranly.
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Grafton Street
78 Grafton Street
Dublin, Dublin, IE
Street where Stephen talked to the girl on April 15.