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Ireland- assorted

Here are the last ones from Ireland, in no particular order and with no particular theme.


O Brother Where Art Thou

The music I chose for Monday’s Music is from a favorite movie, O Brother Where Art Thou. You might recall this movie is based on the classic tale of Ulysses, hero of the epic poem  64 more words

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The Most Dangerous Book The Georgia Review, Spring ’15
At Oxford, on the day we began our discussions my professor, an impossibly handsome Irish man, watched me awkwardly flip back and forth between the prose of the novel and the endnotes of my edition. 103 more words


The Journey Home

“The long day wanes: the slow moon climbs: the deep

Moans round with many voices. Come, my friends,

‘T is not too late to seek a newer world.” 373 more words


[37] on coffee and James Joyce—II.

Making my very—very, very—slow way through James Joyce‘s Ulysses, & coming to a lot of conclusions (or I suppose they are tentatively putaside questions) about my own writing, & about life in general. 182 more words


Category feature for Ulysses-Post-to-WP

After a recent feature request I decided to look into adding category support for my Ulysses-Post-to-WP script. In the end it was actually easy. It involved changing one variable from… 60 more words


you get the knife

James Stephens’ idea was the best. He knew them. Circles of ten so that a fellow couldn’t round on more than his own ring. Sinn Fein. 39 more words