James Joyce

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1903 Storm Ulysses one of windiest ever in England and Wales, shows analysis
Study using modern forecasting to analyse paper records shows severity of event – and how much worse consequences would be today

Kevin Rawlinson

24, Apr, 2023 @11:18 AM

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What we’re reading: writers and readers on the books they enjoyed in December
Critics and Guardian readers discuss the titles they have read over the last month. Join the conversation in the comments

Lucy Knight, The Candid Book Club and Guardian readers

04, Jan, 2023 @3:08 PM

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Are you bored yet? Five great books to snuggle down with over the Christmas break
From a history of art without men, to a post-pandemic novel and a classic collection of short stories, lose yourself in a good read

Claire Armitstead

30, Dec, 2022 @7:00 AM

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The Waste Land: A Biography of a Poem by Matthew Hollis review – a classic laid bare
TS Eliot’s life and influences are meticulously investigated in this impressive account of artistic creation

Alex Clark

14, Dec, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Dublin theatre festival review – sex in the spotlight and parents under pressure
Good Sex explores live performance and intimacy; Colic considers domestic disquiet; and All Hardest of Woman immerses the audience in the corridors of a maternity hospital

Helen Meany

11, Oct, 2022 @2:49 PM

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Joyce’s Women review – Edna O’Brien offers a fresh view on her literary hero
O’Brien’s new play about her literary hero, imagining James Joyce through the eyes of the women in his life, is the hot ticket in Dublin

Clare Brennan

02, Oct, 2022 @10:30 AM

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Joyce’s Women review – Edna O’Brien’s powerful play is a fascinating portrait of a fellow writer
O’Brien’s empathy for Joyce shines through in this lavish production, as she brings him to life, seen through the eyes of his mother, wife, daughter and lover

Helen Meany

23, Sep, 2022 @2:45 PM

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The week in TV: Gutsy; Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg; Stuck; The Capture; Arena: James Joyce’s Ulysses
Hillary and Chelsea Clinton seek out inspirational women; Joe Lycett steals Laura Kuenssberg’s maiden show; and The Capture pulls off a rare feat

Barbara Ellen

11, Sep, 2022 @8:30 AM

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The Guardian view on BookTok: a welcome disruptor of the status quo | Editorial
Editorial: The social media platform is revolutionising bookshops and galvanising publishers. Enjoy it while it lasts


04, Sep, 2022 @5:25 PM

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Eimear McBride: ‘I despise wafty, goalless female protagonists’
The novelist on growing out of DH Lawrence, the joy of James Joyce and the sound of WB Yeats

Eimear McBride

02, Sep, 2022 @9:00 AM

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David Byrne obituary
Other lives: Hotelier and Dublin restaurateur who devised a Joycean breakfast menu to celebrate Bloomsday

Scott Byrne

29, Jul, 2022 @10:51 AM

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The forgotten ‘weird sisters’ of WB Yeats who helped forge Irish identity
Overlooked except for a scornful reference in Ulysses, Elizabeth and Lily ran a vibrant women-only arts and crafts enterprise

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

20, Jun, 2022 @5:00 AM

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