In Holy Cow!, pathos was blended with comedic bombast, prolixity with wordless groans, and irony with genuine feeling. The ending was incredibly moving, reminding us of Joyce the man and the writer.
Calls for Donations for a new play about WWI by Irish-Australian poet, Meg McNena.
By Dymphna Lonergan Part I of this feature was published in Tinteán in April 2018 The Irish Exile and Freedom’s Advocate was a brief but potent manifestation in print in early colonial Australia of the fight for Irish freedom. The first edition carried its manifesto: The Irish Exile and Freedom’s Advocate will contain original and select Poetry,– …
… he tells a great story and knows how to keep his readers interested.
Kuch has succeeded in opening Ulysses a little further, and, in giving us another option to consider in the fictional future of the Blooms, offered us another opportunity to read Joyce’s magnificent book once more anew.
The Life and High Times of Oliver St John Gogarty – the Real Buck Mulligan
It is not just landscape and history and personal objects and events that shape us, but also the more casual and systematic reading we do ….
We think Ulysses is the funniest, the wisest and the most human book,
Public Debate: ‘Is it time for a Republic of Australia?’
On the hill, the church.
Simple, practical, not ornate.