Stillman Modern Irish Literature, 2015
Two related questions for this week’s blog:
First: By the story’s end, we hear that the snow is falling all over Ireland, on both the living and the dead. 36 more words
Rainy Day Woman
I don’t know how it happened, I think it was by way of the Pogues, but suddenly in the mid-90s I became obsessed with traditional Irish music. 1,866 more words
Miss Rosie's Reviews
by James Joyce
Started: 27th February 2015
Finished: 2nd March 2015
I’ve heard many things about James Joyce but I have never read anything by him. 384 more words
2 weeks, 3 days
The Mad Hatters
“I’m drunk today and I’m seldom sober
a handsome rover from town to town
but I’m sick now. And, my days are numbered
so come all ye young men and lay me down… 27 more words
3 weeks, 2 days
The Snail on the Wall
Short Story Long
We should be put on equal footing. But what makes us equal?
Good question, Joyce.
Finally, we have reached the end of this long series of reviews. 694 more words
It’s too late to change things.
Joyce is still bleak.
Ah, almost there! These three stories—“Clay”, “A Painful Case”, and “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”—are about people who have missed their chance. 535 more words