Vermeer would have made much of it
Three new Irish or Irish Australian fictions reviewed by book-devourer, Frank O’Shea
Upcoming Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar on Heaney’s visit to Australia in 1994.
Tá racht agus tnúth ann, agus ní cheiltear an chollaíocht.
Her voice is the voice of a young woman who did not hide her sexuality.
Sine fadas all over the place.
A new introductory class on Ulysses offered by Bloomsday in Melbourne Inc.
New Irish books and many genres
During the writing of Nora, O’Connor says she developed a deeper empathy for James Joyce, perhaps because she now understands his writerly life. It is through her protagonist’s perverse love for Joyce that a reader sees the man’s redeeming features.
Three new Irish novels.
It is a remarkable fact that three writers associated with The Nation newspaper emigrated to Melbourne in the mid-1850s: Edward Hayes, Charles Gavan Duffy and Gerald Henry Supple. Professionally diverse, they shared a deep love of poetry and song.