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A Biblical Allusion In "Ivy Day In The Committee Room"

Number One: “’Is that you, Hynes?’ asked Mr. O’Connor.”

Number Two: “Then a bustling little man with a snuffling nose and very cold ears pushed in the door.” 116 more words


The Femininity of James Joyce’s “Eveline” As a Catalyst for Misinterpretation in Literary Analysis

From Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man to Dubliners, there is a distinctive male perspective and imperative themes like boyhood and masculinity in the work of James Joyce. 1,530 more words

20th Century Literature

Clay, by James Joyce

I know today isn’t All Hallow’s Eve, a.k.a. Halloween, when tonight’s story from James Joyce’s Dubliners takes place, but with temperatures like the ones we’ve been experiencing in Berlin the last few weeks, I’m tempted to podcast a whole series of unseasonable stories just to keep cool. 24 more words


Dubliners at 100 - The Greene Space.

Now that your appetite for Joyce has been whetted by the last blog post, here’s the Want to Know More? critical link: Dubliners at 100 – The Greene Space… 6 more words

James Joyce

Tom Jones & The Dubliners at the TV Club, Dublin 1967

We’ve scanned this from a one page feature from New Spotlight from early July 1967. Tom Jones was on a 10 day tour of Ireland at the time and he attended a reception for… 118 more words

60s & Earlier

Digital Dubliners- FREE

Check out this free download of Digital Dubliners. A comprehensive digital guide to all things Dubliners composed by Digital Humanities students at Boston college.

Pulled from the website, “Digital Dubliners offers the student and the seasoned reader a whole new multimedia experience. 35 more words


One Final Thought

Digital Humanities is a bridge between two fields. As such it cannot be approached as a brand new singular entity. Like any bridge there are three parts: the bridge itself, and the two bodies it connects. 88 more words