nwlinks + literature   15

Archive footage of Marcel Proust?
On the right, coming downstairs in a grey suit.
films  literature  history  proust 
february 2017 by nwlinks
The Curious Case of Dorothy L. Sayers
Yes, I'd noticed this too - great analysis.
literature  race 
august 2016 by nwlinks
When Marcel Proust Met James Joyce
Nobody quite seems to remember what happened.
december 2013 by nwlinks
New Statesman - No joy in slight here
The great Irish novelist Flann O’Brien’s debut, At Swim-Two-Birds, should have sealed his reputation as the equal of Joyce and Beckett. At long last, in the year of his centenary, the world is catching up.
literature  ireland 
august 2011 by nwlinks
Shaw on Ulysses
via Bookslut, George Bernard Shaw's take on Joyce: "I am an elderly Irish gentleman, and if you imagine that any Irishman, much less an elderly one, would pay 150 francs for such a book, you little know my countrymen."
ireland  literature 
april 2010 by nwlinks

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