Saturday 1 February – To mark the centenary of the publication of James Joyce’s short story collection Dubliners, writer Colm Tóibín explores some of the Dublin locations haunted by Joyce’s characters and talks to.
His picks include excerpts from classics James Joyce’s Dubliners, Persuasion by Jane Austen and Graham Greene’s The Third Man, as well as gothic thriller Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier.
Joyce’s seemingly contradictory strategy of producing both ambiguous texts and the keys to interpreting them may have the effect of keeping professors busy, one of his stated purposes, but it also.
James Joyce and the Exilic Imagination – From 8 October 1904 to 13 January 1941—that is to say, for most of his years as an adult—James Joyce made his home outside Ireland.
that he made back to Ireland in 1909 and again in.
Corigliano Clarinet Concerto Other people’s music: Corigliano at the Met – With music by John Corigliano and a libretto by William M. Hoffman, it is the first new opera commissioned by the Met in a quarter century, or since Samuel Barber’s Antony and Cleopatra and Marvin. Probably, Corigliano, in this title. Well, man cannot live on the Haydn