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On not writing off youngest sons

On not writing off youngest sons

I can honestly report that he went away, poor dear fellow, as well as could be expected. He was pale and had been crying and (Henry said) had broken down in the railway carriage after leaving Higham Station, but only for a short time… Continue reading

A Full-Bodied and Sympathetic Nora

A Full-Bodied and Sympathetic Nora

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. Continue reading

Balm for the Homesick

Pathways/Cosán This virtual exhibition by visual artist Bernie Joyce explores how the Connemara people and landscape inspired Patrick Pearse as a teacher, writer and leader. Pathways sends the viewer on a journey back in time to when the Celtic Revival was in full swing. This was a period when artists, poets and writers turned their … Continue reading

Networks of Solidarity

Networks of Solidarity

The Networks of Solidarity series aims to strengthen transnational networks of solidarity and deepen awareness of place-based struggles that reverberate from Dublin 8 to Gadigal Country (Sydney, Australia) Continue reading

A Virtual Festival coming from Cork

8-16 June 2021 Tailored by Joya Kuin, Festival & Event Manager, for Antipodean involvement! ONLINE EVENT – HERITAGELUNCHTIME LECTURE: ‘Convict Hulks and Transportation from Cork Harbour in the Nineteenth Century’In association with UCC School of History & Dr. John Borgonovo8 JUNE 2021, 1.10pm-2pmFREE | REGISTRATION REQUIRED Speaker: Dr Anna Lois McKay, UCC. Cork Harbour was a centre … Continue reading