Bean Sáirséil
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That's Just How It Was liked Bean Sáirséil's blog post Great Irish Romances: James Joyce and Nora Barnacle
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That's Just How It Was commented on Bean Sáirséil's blog post Great Irish Romances: James Joyce and Nora Barnacle
"It is lovely to read about the loves of our Writers and Poets..... not always living the high life as we woudl imagine. That a chambermaid caught the eye of one of our most iconic writers, is testament to the fact that ' love is all; it has no…"
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"Kelly and Bean, I'm LOL!"
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Great Irish Romances: James Joyce and Nora Barnacle

Typically, anyone who is familiar with Irish literature is acquainted with James Joyce. Most have read Dubliners and some brave souls have even managed to plow though Finnegans Wake and actually got something out of it.  He, like most well-known writers, are known primarily for what they have given us in the form of their…See More
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Des Wade replied to Bean Sáirséil's discussion Welcome to the group! in the group Irish Literature
"IN 1923 William Butler Yeats was the first Irish man to be awarded a Nobel prize - and that was, of course, for Literature. Another Irish Laureate in the same category was George Bernard Shaw (1925) - the only person to have been awarded a Nobel…"
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Gerry Regan replied to Bean Sáirséil's discussion Frances Browne and "The Christmas Cuckoo" in the group Irish Literature
"Bean, a belated thanks for this most appreciated set of gifts. Gang, FYI. We have another article about Frances Browne here: http://thewildgeese.irish/profiles/blogs/frances-browne-novelist-journalist-and-poetess"
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Apr 28, 2015
Bean Sáirséil replied to Bean Sáirséil's discussion Authors of the Uprising: part 1 in the group Irish Literature
"And sorry for how messy the post looks...my computer was about to die ;) I'll see if I can clean it up as soon as I can. "
Apr 12, 2015

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On this Mothering Sunday ...

Posted on March 30, 2014 at 11:00am 1 Comment

I thought this might be appropriate. A little…

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'One Great Irish Spot': Not Exactly What You're Expecting

Posted on March 16, 2014 at 11:00am 6 Comments

For many people, Ireland evokes images of thatched cottages, warm smiles and pints of Guinness. I won't dispute these images, because I've seen each of these things in abundance in my visits. For others,…

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Great Irish Romances: James Joyce and Nora Barnacle

Posted on February 2, 2014 at 6:30am 5 Comments

Typically, anyone who is familiar with Irish literature is acquainted with James Joyce. Most have read Dubliners and some brave souls have even managed to plow though Finnegans Wake and actually got…

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At 9:19pm on January 18, 2014, Gerry Regan said…

Welcome, Bean! Your reimination of your profile here is stunningly attractive. We relish having you aboard, and look forward to learning more of your Irish story and Irish passions. Ger

At 8:22pm on January 22, 2014, Bean Sáirséil said…
Thanks, Ger! I'm immensely excited about this site. The amount of information contained here is amazing. I can't wait to see how it grows!

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