Revisiting James Joyce's Dubliners
Poet George Russell clearly had some trepidation when he asked his friend and fellow writer James Joyce to submit a short story to Irish Homestead, a periodical he was editing for the Irish Agricultural Organization Society. It was the summer of 1904, and Joyce hadn't yet published any fiction —his interest hitherto had been on poetry and drama—but he h…
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