I remember my own mother telling me about my grandmother’s uncle who also lived at the Marsh. It happened that TB took his children and wife. Day after day he would bury a child. He would come home from a funeral only for another to die. It’s not surprising that Nana wasn’t happy to talk about those times.
It is a highly dramatic memorial which takes the form of a secular ‘stations of the cross’, with little way-points for remembering as persons those murdered.
For those with a literary bent, with legal training, interested in censorship or with a James Joyce obsession, this book about the American trials in which Ulysses was alleged to be pornographic is an engaging and enlightening read.
The Honourable Hugh Mahon is one of the most interesting personalities in the national legislature. There has been more stirring incident in his career than in a dozen ordinary men’s lives.
Hugh Mahon has the dubious distinction of being the only member expelled from the federal parliament
Lawson used Irish characters in his multicultural cast as a literary device, in the main a comic one
let us look at a family that truly deserves the word ‘extraordinary’
Darcy’s body was embalmed and brought back to Australia to a hero’s reception from the Australian people
This riveting documentary explores the life, work and sensual poetic imagination of Máire Mhac an tSaoi, one of Ireland’s greatest living poets.
In the eyes of many he ‘fell from grace’, but he maintained a silent dignity to his grave.