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The First 'Shakespear and Company' Bookshop in Paris

A tenuous link to the bard’s 400th anniversary!

When planning my recent trip to Paris, I read two books. Firstly Love from Paris, by Alexandra Potter, see… 572 more words

Musings

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Well, what can I say I’ve really struggled through this one. I’ve always found James Joyce troubling. Currently time is of the essence and I have made myself incredibly busy. 458 more words

2016

Straordinarie maschere di Grafton Street

Grafton Street è una via unica al mondo. La Via Veneto d’Irlanda ma anche quella più viva, etnica, artistica, diversa. Se non accade a Grafton Street non è importante.

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I'm Part Irish. Get Over It.

This blog post would get tedious if I tried to explain why the topic arose this morning.  It was one of those stream of consciousness things which makes sense to the person experiencing it, but causes yawning fits for everyone else. 636 more words

The Life

The Life is an idea that happened after I read James Joyce’s The Dead. I wrote this instead of a paper.

Written in April and May 2014… 3,839 more words

Publication squared

Saturday, April 23, sees the Cork launch of Prosperity Drive along with William Wall’s new short story collection, Hearing Voices, Seeing Things. The publication celebration – as it is billed – will round off a week of international book events in Cork’s World Book Fest and will be introduced by UCC’s Frank O’Connor scholar, Dr Hilary Lennon. 176 more words

News And Events

Freud's Critique of Shakespeare's Hamlet

Freued’s theory of Oedipus Complex is best demonstrated in his analysis of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Oedipus complex is the strong affinity that the child develops for his mother in its intense urge to possess the mother, wishes to kill the father. 176 more words

Literary Theory