Monthly Archives: March 2015

COLLEGE LIFE: The modern Bohème

Ephraim Mizruchi’s  “Bohemia as a Means of Social Regulation” describes how Bohemianism, or better, this way of living, has spread from France, throughout Europe, and eventually to the United States during the last 170 years. While Oxford Dictionary defines Bohemianism as “A person who has informal and unconventional social habits, especially an artist or writer”,
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“A Little Cloud”

The Dubliners Project

INTRODUCTION his chapter is representation of a man who feels as though he is not only small but also unimportant, leaving no impact behind similar to a puff of smoke dissipating into the air. This is essentially the inner turmoil that consumes Little Chandler in this story. Just like how clouds and transparent and dissipate to
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“Ivy Day in the Committee Room”

The Dubliners Project

INTRODUCTION his chapter demonstrates how the different opinions of nationalism and class vary throughout Ireland’s diverse demographics. One of the biggest divides in Irish society seen in this short story was the gap between generations. The old generation, highlighted by Chris Parnell, who is the man honored in Ivy Day, had so much more conviction and vigor
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The Dubliners Project

irst published in 1914, James Joyce’s text is re-published here using the Project Gutenberg edition. Chapter introductions were written by students at Fordham University. Most images from Dublin City Libraries and Archive. The Sisters The Encounter Araby Eveline After the Race Two Gallants The Boarding House A Little Cloud Counterparts Clay A Painful Case Ivy Day in
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