Short Story Long
We should be put on equal footing. But what makes us equal?
Good question, Joyce.
Finally, we have reached the end of this long series of reviews. 694 more words
It’s too late to change things.
Joyce is still bleak.
Ah, almost there! These three stories—“Clay”, “A Painful Case”, and “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”—are about people who have missed their chance. 535 more words
5 days, 9 hours
Stillman Modern Irish Literature, 2015
For this week’s blog on Joyce’s Dubliners, please respond to the following topic. As always, cite the text, write early and often, write… 100 more words
5 days, 11 hours
The Mad Hatters
Don’t forget, if you want to listen again to previous weekend songs, go to the ‘category filter’ on the side bar and select ‘something for weekend’ from the drop down list… 17 more words
1 week, 1 day
There’s only one way to be satisfied with dreams. Don’t have them.
Dang, Joyce is depressing.
The theme in the next three stories in Dubliners… 691 more words
Your life will not change.
Isn’t Joyce just the encouraging one?
The next three stories in the anthology are “Eveline”, “After the Race”, and “Two Gallants”, which are tied together by the idea of failed prospects. 489 more words
1 week, 4 days
A Book a Week in 2015
When I read Ulysses in January, I said I had never been so relieved to finish a book. However, since I’ve had time to process what I read, its grown on me. 342 more words