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Book Review / Dubliners by James Joyce

Dubliners is a set of fifteen stories that focus on its residents, the political climate, and its social structure in the early 1900’s. Most of the stories deal with defining moments in a characters life that impact their futures. 357 more words

Book Review

Fionn MacCumhail - Irish Hero Of Ancient World

Here we get to hear the story of Fionn MacCumhail – also known as Finn McCool – as it is narrated by that most solid of Dubliners, (sadly deceased) Ronnie Drew. 77 more words


Top 7: Stories from 'Dubliners'

Dubliners is James Joyce’s radical collection of short stories revolving around the inhabitants of turn-of-the-century Dublin. Though they tackle subjects as wide-ranging as thwarted love, religion, politics and petty crime, they are linked in their preoccupation with Ireland’s stifling paralysis, and in the chronological progression of their protagonists from youth to old age. 336 more words


A Story Published or My Fictional Side

Unbeknownst to most readers of this blog, and certainly to the 30 or so Spaniards who read my appreciation of their compatriots’ sketching book in March, I write short stories and novels as well. 181 more words


Dublin In The Rare Old Times - Luke Kelly Version

This haunting and poignant song laments the changes that have taken place in Ireland’s capital city. Here it is performed by one of the greatest singers to have ever breathed the air of Ireland. 117 more words

Rebel Voice Music

Key Theories of James Joyce

In his book on Ulysses and Finnegans Wake (Derrida 19871) Jacques Derrida relates how James Joyce (1882–1941) was present in his very first book, the Introduction to Husserl’s Origin of Geometry (1962), and present again in a key essay, … 2,753 more words

Literary Theory

The Dram & the Fray on Spotify

Knacker’s Yard is now on Spotify; Check it out!