Bookish Links — March 2016

In case you weren’t keeping up with Cathy and Niall’s “Reading Ireland Month,” you can find the list of all of those posts (including one by me) here. Here’s the story of how some medieval monks got rich by showing off “King Arthur’s tomb.” I’m sure by now, you’ve heard of David Crystal and hisContinue reading “Bookish Links — March 2016”

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Book Review: Dubliners by James Joyce

Year of First Publication: 1914 Year of Publication for This Edition: 2001 Number of Pages: N/A Publisher: Project Gutenberg Genre: Fiction Sub-Genres: Short Fiction Find the ebook on Project Gutenberg or the paperback on the Book Depository. (Disclosure: I’m an affiliate.) As part of “Reading Ireland Month,” hosted by Cathy of 746 Books and NiallContinue reading “Book Review: Dubliners by James Joyce”

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