On 24 October 1901 John F Taylor made a speech in defence of the Irish language. Joyce may have been present on the evening of 24 October to hear Taylor’s speech in defence of the study of the Irish language. Joyce later used parts of Taylor’s speech in the ‘Aeolus’ episode of Ulysses, and made […]
Fathers of Western Thought continue their guest blog for the James Joyce Centre, with songs and lyrics based on Ulysses. These songs are based on Aeolus, Lestrygonians and Scylla and Charibdis, the seventh, eighth and ninth episode. Everything Speaks In Its Own Way Everything Speaks In Its Own Way (Aeolus) by FathersOfWesternThoughtJJ Lyrics Everything […]
[singlepic id=43 w=320 h=240 float=right]Stephen Dedalus is the Telamachus character of Joyce’s Odyssey. He is best known for his moody brooding and lives mostly inside of his own head.