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'All Day I Hear The Noise Of Waters' by James Joyce

‘All Day I Hear The Noise Of Waters’

by James Joyce

“All day I hear the noise of waters
Making moan,
Sad as the sea-bird is when, going… 292 more words


Thoughts on Ulysses Part 3: Proteus

Are you as lost as I am?

Proteus. Confusing. Words. Splattered. Here and there. On the page. Dogs barking. Sea shells cracking. Crack! Crack! French. French. 539 more words


Spring Break Book Review #7 (The last one): Deus Irae

Deus Irae

by Philip K. Dick and Roger Zelazny

What the hell did I just read?

I haven’t read a lot of Philip K. Dick; I’ve read almost everything by Zelazny. 1,504 more words

Book Review

Accomplice to the Subject in Joyce’s Dubliners

By: Patrick Peters

James Joyce represents a microcosm of Irish life in the short story collection Dubliners. In a sequence of portraits, he recreates the native experience of Dublin as lived by a segment of its populace. 7,090 more words


Interior Monologue: Yourself

I was feeling a bit froggy on a visit to Barnes and Noble last night and decided to purchase John Gillard’s Creative Writer’s Notebook. The description on the back cover reads: “Creative Writer’s Notebook is the perfect journal for anyone interested in the art of good writing. 695 more words


The James Joyce camel

My daughter has a Picasso on the sitting room wall. You’re wondering if it’s original? Why, every bit as original as the Cézanne I have at home. 436 more words

Short Story Competition

James Bond and James Joyce

What is good and what is not good, Socrates, need we ask anyone to tell us these things?


Have a quick read of the two passages below: 654 more words