Using Vine’s 6-second, stop-motion friendly medium to conceptualize the thematic topics of Joyce’s Dubliners. Take note to the changing in scale of the figure, the speed at which the shot glass fills, and the direction in which the character travels.
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This chapter features minor characters (some new and some that we already met in previous chapter) as they go about their daily lives in Dublin. It begins with Father Conmee taking the tram across town, while working to help the family of the deceased Paddy Dingam. 455 more words
It seems like weeks ago that Wuthering Heights was still accompanying me on my travels, but the last page was read and the book was completed just before Easter, and I’m now onto Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, which, it must be said, isn’t nearly so enjoyable to read thus far, but comparisons are as odious as they are tempting so there won’t be any more going down that road. 780 more words