This poetry collection has three sections where archetypal themes arise: courage versus folly, youth versus experience, or pride and the fall….
A course on a selection of the more challenging chapters of James Joyce’s Ulysses.
Editor’s note: Mary Elizabeth Calwell requested the editorial team of Tinteán to publish her comments on the review of her book, ‘I am bound to be true: the life and legacy of Arthur A. Calwell. Mosaic Press, Preston, Victoria by Paul Ormonde, published on 02/04/2013 ‘I am bound to be true: the life and legacy of Arthur …
￼For three full days and nights the packed program will offer something for all ages and musical tastes.
After all the bad news about the Irish economy, there are some glimmers of hope at last.
Music sessions are a regular feature at the Celtic Club as well as cultural and heritage events.
THEATRE REVIEW Enda Walsh: Penelope. Production by Red Stitch at Theatreworks, Acland St., St. Kilda Date seen: 11 April 2013 Enda Walsh’s play Penelope, is yet another reworking of the final scenes of the Odyssey, this time modernised (as it often is: Joyce and Atwood come to mind) and told from the point of view …
Each week he reviews a handful of books, plays some music, presents some poetry – and has live interviews with contemporary authors.
As well as researching family histories, the team investigates house histories and undertakes heritage projects for public and private clients
For a number of reasons Melbourne became the focal point in Australia of consciousness of being Irish Australian, and of consciousness of the wrongs of old Ireland.