Reading the John Updike stories: 'You'll Never Know, Dear, How Much I Love You'
After I first read Updike's story "You'll Never Know, Dear, How Much I Love You," before I looked at any other commentary on it, I thought immediately of "Araby," a story in James Joyce's "Dubliners."
My 2013 in books
The package arrived in the mail just before Christmas, 2012. I knew it was a book before I tore the wrapping.
The Wilde side of James Joyce
On April 11 at the Arts Block, the group Wilde Irish Women will take Joyce's characters off the pages of "Ulysses" and bring them to life through music and theater.
Travel: The multiple charms of Dublin
"Where's the pepper?" came the shrill cry of the lady in the chef's whites with her head buried in a hostess trolley.
Oscar-nominated Irish actor to read from James Joyce's masterpiece
Irish actor Stephen Rea will be reading the "Cyclops" section of the James Joyce novel "Ulysses" at Fairfield University's Quick Center on Wednesday, March 19. Photo: Contributed Photo The Oscar-nominated star of "The Crying Game" - Stephen Rea - will read from James Joyce's "Ulysses" at Fairfield University's Quick Center on Wednesday, March 19.