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That was Will’s way

“—That was Will’s way, John Eglinton defended. We should not now combine a Norse saga with an excerpt from a novel by George Meredith. Que voulez-vous? 17 more words


The Brothel Scene....

Last week our Ulysses readers tackled Circe, the long chapter – as long as many a paperback novel – that leads Bloom and Stephen to the brothel and the savage streets of Nighttown. 535 more words

The Dead

The Dead is an adaptation of a James Joyce short story that I have not read. (I haven’t read any James Joyce in fact.) It was made by John Huston when he was wasting away with emphysema; he died very shortly after finishing the film. 671 more words


The Artist and the Citizen

Limerick University’s Irish World Academy of Music and Dance celebrated its twentieth anniversary with three days of dance music and discussion, Academy20 Convocation. The event finished with a panel discussion on the Artist as Citizen, chaired by Vincent Wood and comprising director and author, Helena Enright, dancer and a PhD student in our own Department, Fearghus Ó Conchúir, curator Helen Carey, musician and composer, Nigel Osborne, poet, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, and myself. 2,374 more words

Cultural Geography


It is reported that Irish author James Joyce had taken exile in France because he didn’t want to fight between choosing English or Gaelic as his language of expression in his motherland. 242 more words

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top 5 books i want to read

1. Cress (The Lunar Chronicles #3) by Marissa Meyer

I loved loved loved the first two books in Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles series (that would be… 185 more words