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The 'F' Word: It's Not A Dirty Word

This article was originally written for The Odyssey Online and can be found there as well:

Let’s talk about a word, but not just any word. 674 more words


Freedom of speech

N Vogue

In this modern world education and power of media has made people more aware about their rights of freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is the right or power which a person has to, express his or her opinion without any legal penalty or restraint.  470 more words

Freedom Of Speech

Is Jane Eyre a feminist novel?

I’m going a little off topic in today’s blog post, and instead of discussing Irish literature, I’m talking about Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. I’ve studied this novel twice now both on Erasmus and in this year’s Victorian Literature module, and the question of feminism has come up both times. 648 more words


The Importance of Setting

Recently in Victorian Literature, the importance of setting in novels was discussed, and I’ll be going a little off topic to talk about that in this week’s blog post. 396 more words

Irish Literature

Jimmy's Hall

Last night, I did something I hadn’t done in a while; I sat down and watched a film. It was called Jimmy’s Hall, and we had to watch it for Irish Literature, and, to be honest, I was expecting to be quite bored by the end. 519 more words


Censorship in Ireland; Then and Now

In this week’s blog post, I’m moving away from discussing literature and will instead talk about Ireland’s censorship laws, and how they’ve changed over the years. 714 more words


The Super Mobile Platform

Not much technical blog posts lately, but there was one time our IT company asked us of any innovative software solution, or basically an “idea”. 276 more words

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