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    Music and writers of 1913

    Music and writers of 1913

    Lorcan Clancy took a look back to 1913 when Ireland was in the middle of a literary revival.  There was a renewed interest in the country’s Gaelic heritage and it was also an exciting time to be involved in the arts. John McCormack and literary giants like Yeats and George Bernard Shaw were at the height of their careers, while others like James Joyce were still striving for recognition.
    Molly Bloom Tulip Planted As Part Of Floral James Joyce

    Molly Bloom Tulip Planted As Part Of Floral James Joyce

    You might remember that in March this year we ran a competition in conjunction with the Dutch Embassy in Ireland to name a tulip, in honour of our lovely island. The winner, Mary McClure from Limerick, christened the tulip, Molly Bloom (Molly Bloom being of course a character from James Joyce’s Ulysses) The first bulbs of the James Joyce portrait are planted... Following on from that competition, the Dutch embassy had a bit of a brain wave. They thought "wouldn’t it be a great idea to have a portrait of James Joyce in tulips?". Yes, the great man’s portrait in ...


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