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Book of da Week: Dubliners by James Joyce

James Joyce (1882 – 1941) was an Irish writer most famous for his borderline incomprehensible Ulysses project, which features a stream of consciousness stye of rambling. 516 more words


#OTD in 1916 – Battle of the Somme Ends.

This dreadful battle claimed more Irish lives in combat than any other battle in history. On the first day of battle, 1 July 1916, the 36th Ulster Division suffered an estimated 5,500 casualties almost all of whom were drawn from what is now Northern Ireland. 341 more words


Dubliners - An Ode To James in a lighthearted & totally unrelated manner

If you’re a fan of James Joyce and his works, like most 20 something-year-old girls, you’ll know that the fecker built a successful career off giving all his characters in… 649 more words


Dubliners, Samuel Becket Theatre, 9/11/17 - Review

Andrew Synnott’s and Arthur Riordan’s Dubliners is a masterclass in stage adaptation, with a sense of the theatre not always seen in opera productions. That’s, on one hand, the experienced touch of theatre director Annabelle Comyn, helped by excellent costumes, set and lighting design. 325 more words

Opera Reviews

Dead souls soliloquy (for Archie Loss)

The cat is all business, can be found in the morning by the garage door flap like a killer in the shadows waiting in the dark for anything trying to get inside. 682 more words


Dear Dirty Dublin

Content Advisory: Adult Language and Sexual References

Dear Dirty Dublin is Lisa Zuliana’s poetic tribute to James Joyce’s Ulysses, a work testament to Irish Modernism in its concerns with sense of belonging, nationalism, what makes a true Irish citizen, wandering and the usurpation of the home. 725 more words


Dubliners by James Joyce

I thought that I’d be able to handle Joyce. I’m a big fan of modernist texts, and as the father of them, I’d assumed that Joyce’s reputation was simply over-exaggerated. 574 more words