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Joyce Roundtable

Civilized Grownups: A Discussion of James Joyce’s “The Dead”

THE EDITORS OF WHETHER • March 4th 2015

In which the editors of Whether discuss James Joyce’s classic not-so-short story “The Dead”, as well as John Huston’s 1987 film version. 4,466 more words

Issue 7

World Read Aloud Day

Happy World Read Aloud Day to one and all!

In celebration, let’s all sit around the digital fire and listen to one of the greatest storytellers of all time.  28 more words

Adaptation of Joyce's Finnegan's Wake debuts in Dundalk IT today

‘Mouths Making Water’, an adaptation of Finnegan’s Wake, will launch today in Dundalk IT and run until Friday.

Adapted and directed by Marc-Ivan O’Gorman, an award-winning filmmaker, theatre director and composer, from James Joyce’s challenging ‘Finnegan’s Wake’, the play will be performed by final year students on the BA in Performing Arts tonight, Thursday and Friday in the MacAnna Theatre on the DKIT campus at 8pm. 408 more words

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Bilder von der Grünen Insel Teil I

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Zu Ehren des St. Patricks Tages, welcher Mitte des Monats von vielen Menschen rund um die Welt gefeiert wird, wähle ich, einige der Impressionen, die ich in Irland gesammelt habe, zu teilen… 48 more words

Visuell

Images from the Emerald Island Part I

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In honour of St. Patrick’s Day which will be celebrated by many people around the world, I choose to share some of the impressions that I have collected during my time in Ireland… 49 more words

Visual

Essays and Their Endlessness

I had a lit essay due today. It was on A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce. I worked on it for hours. 242 more words

Thoughts

Ah, that M'Guckin!

In Joyce’s short story The Dead, one of the guests is the tenor Bartell D’Arcy. He declines an invitation to sing to the company because he is suffering from a head cold. 159 more words

James Joyce