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I Wish I Had Someone to Love Me

I encountered this song one night at a sing in Kentucky, and it’s stuck with me for years now. Hope you’re ready for your heart strings to be tugged. 150 more words

I interviewed Linda Fallon of de Selby Press about the publisher’s Dubliners project.

Fallon is head book buyer at the famous Paris bookshop Shakespeare and Company… 1,326 more words

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Word Crush Wednesday - “Dubliners”

Title: Word Crush Wednesday – “Dubliners”

Author: James Joyce

Year Of Publication: 1914

Genre: Short Story Collection

Summary:

Welcome to Ireland. In “Dubliners,” Irish author James Joyce’s first published work, the 15 short stories take on a tour of middle-class Irish life. 361 more words

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Joyce & Proust Meet

From that greatest of literary biographies, Richard Ellmann’s James Joyce, here is the account of Joyce meeting Marcel Proust, only a few months before Proust’s death: 753 more words

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Classic Joyce

Too much to choose from, but here’s some classic bits from James Joyce that are always worth keeping in mind:

On Writing:

“Don’t you think there is a certain resemblance between the mystery of the Mass and what I am trying to do? 1,919 more words

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Haiku, Dubliners

BOOK REPORTS FOR ADULTS: Dubliners by James Joyce

“They all have very – bad luck and live in Dublin – and wish they didn’t”

Tender-hearted Hard-shaws by Therese McGarry

“She’s a hard-ticket that one” or, “he’s a bit of a hard-shaw”, or so they say. Seems to be the saying in the inner city of Dublin; And it’s easy to spot when One takes the time. 73 more words

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