Trieste, about 44 km from Tiare Shopping, is a border town, located between the Adriatic Sea and the stark karst promontory, surrounded by the scents of the Mediterranean maquis and the castles of Miramare and Duino.
Trieste is a city full of charm, a source of inspiration for great writers such as Italo Svevo, Umberto Saba and James Joyce.
Trieste was the periplum of James Joyce like the Mediterranean has been to Ulysses; he sailed it for more than ten years, meeting with many people who played an important role in his life.
In Trieste, he was a teacher, lecturer, journalist, employee, singing student, translator, aspiring businessman. In Trieste, Joyce developed and refined his art, drawing most of his inspiration from events, people and places, and attained the elaboration of the characters of his revolutionary literary works.
In Dublin, Joyce created and shaped his personality, but only in Trieste he developed by writing all his juvenile literary works - Chamber Music, Dubliners, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Exiles and James Joyce - and the first, important episodes of Ulysses.
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