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Glasgow Celtic Coma Scale. The Magazine 2000, Setanta.com around the same time...

This originally appeared in a zine I briefly produced called The Magazine. It then appeared on the Setanta website when it mainly a text based thing. 960 more words

Visiting Speaker, 1 Dec 2015: Jennie Batchelor on The Lady's Magazine

Jennie Batchelor (University of Kent) will be presenting her paper, ‘“The world is a large volume”: The Lady’s Magazine and Romantic Print Culture’, at 5.30pm on Tuesday, 1 December 2015. 445 more words

Eighteenth Century

His Lady

“The only flaw, you are flawless.”  The Neighbourhood

She speaks of hope, her words laced with romance and devotion. The whimsies of life don’t flail her truth and the gloom that hangs over the sun ceases to exist in her glowing radiance.  87 more words


Emerson's "Transparent Eyeball"

“Crossing a bare common, in snow puddles, at twilight, under a clouded sky, without having in my thoughts any occurrence of special good fortune, I have enjoyed a perfect exhilaration. 224 more words

Madness, Romanticism & a touch of Sentiment. 

” I’ve to act sane with you, which isn’t really my forte, the thing about most people & situations in life is that they try & control me & my madness which in fact is my guiding light. 344 more words

Inexpressible Feelings

An Introduction to the Black Dandy

With assignment deadlines looming, I have unfortunately fallen behind on the numerous blogposts I have brainstormed over the past few weeks. Being a now constant fixture in the halls of the O’Rahilly building has opened up my eyes to all the wonderful (and of course extremely sophisticated) things going on around Cork – which I plan on blogging about as soon as possible, fret not dear reader! 564 more words


Caught in the Rain

It’s situations like these where having my face pummeled by walking or stomping or running or jumping feet is validated.

We all have our moments. These instances come across as obvious or picked up on after a brief amount of time. 545 more words