James Joyce

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Editor of The Irish Times Kevin O’Sullivan, Seán Love, Jimmy Deenihan, Cathal Gaffney and Kate Holmquist. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

The Dublin Airport Authority, Barry’s Tea, Bord Gáis Energy, Accenture and The Irish Times were among the winners at this year’s Allianz Business to A(...)

Fighting talk: Joe Ó Muircheartaigh  in Ennis, Co Clare. Photograph: Brian Gavin/Press 22

“There’s hope in the air,” declares Jim O’Sullivan as the bunting goes up all around him in Shannon’s Skycourt centre, “and God knows we can’t say the(...)

Life’s work: Miss O’Murphy d’après Boucher, from 1976. Photograph courtesy of the National Gallery of Ireland

Micheal Farrell died in Cardet, in southern France, in 2000. For a long time he’d fought a cruel, exhausting battle with cancer, showing exceptional e(...)

Sean Lemass with President Éamon de Valera in 1969. Fianna Fáil always regarded itself as ‘a slightly constitutional party’. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

The Constitutional Convention poured some cold water on the clamour for political reform during the week with its report suggesting that our system of(...)

 Late poet Seamus Heaney, above, has been described by  Minister for Arts Jimmy Deenihan as a “very humble, modest man” who was “very accessible”.

President Michael D Higgins has led tributes to his friend and fellow poet Seamus Heaney who died this morning. The pair have been friends for decades(...)

Stop making sense

We’re always trying to make sense of what we see. The lens of the eye presents images upside down, and the brain gradually adjusts the picture. We’re (...)

Olwen Fouéré: her command is nothing less than astonishing, and her final facial expression – a moment of suspended awe – is pure physical poetry

Riverrun Druid Theatre, Galway Arts Festival***In all the recent efforts to popularise the work of James Joyce, his unfathomable last novel, Finnegans(...)

At the unveiling in Nice of a plaque commemorating James Joyce: Ambassador Paul Kavanagh, John Montague, Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi and Bono

On Tuesday, unveiling a plaque commemorating James Joyce in Nice, the estimable John Montague said something at once obvious and striking. Joyce, he s(...)

It was the year before the Great War, so named because it was vast in its upheaval; it marked the death of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and redrew the (...)

Olwen Fouéré

In Sydney, Australia on June 16th, 2011, I agreed to perform a reading from James Joyce’s Ulysses for the Irish Consulate, “in honour of the day that (...)

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