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James Joyce

He lived at a little distance from his body, regarding his own acts with doubtful sideglances. —  James Joyce, from, “A Painful Case,” Dubliners. (Grant Richards Ltd., London June 1914)

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05 march 2016 - james joyce and summer

05 March 2016

I’m reading ‘The Portrait of the Artist as a

Young Man’ (James Joyce) and I’m
enjoying it in the way that I enjoy all… 710 more words

Invisible Girl


She was invisible to all but me. I knew her, you see. I could tell you all about her if I wanted to, but I’m only going to tell you about this one day. 523 more words

Stories

Exile

The political leverage over the subject of immigration, and the question of the authenticity and status of displaced people has risen sharply in the last year. 425 more words

The Hidden Bend

Man-Again: Breathing new life into James Clarence Mangan's Wikipedia Entry for #EditWikiLit

For the recent Wikipedia Editathon I chose to freshen up the entry for Irish poet James Clarence Mangan. This assignment was particularly well-timed because I have been reading into Mangan’s faux-oriental translations for my thesis and editing the Wikipedia page helped me structure some of my general background readings on Mangan. 382 more words

Dissertation

Thurs 23 Feb-Introduction to ULYSSES by James JOYCE-Séamus CANNON

Thurs 23 Feb –The Mythology of James JOYCE:
An Introduction to ULYSSES–Séamus CANNON  
 A different type of hero – Stephen Dedalus left the Tower at Sandycove, and walked into eternity along Sandymount strand. 250 more words