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Dublin A Writer’s City – Pearse Street

  Chris Morash – Dublin: A Writer’s City Wednesday 29th March at 6.30pm Pearse Street Library In the imaginations of Dublin’s writers, the location of the Pearse Street Library sits between two very different Dublins: to the west is the city centre, and the campus of Trinity; go a short distance to the east, however, and […]

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Dublin A Writer’s City – Raheny Library

For many people, the words ‘literary Dublin’ conjure up a narrow nest of streets in the city centre, bounded by McDaid’s pub on one side, stretching perhaps as far north as the Abbey Theatre, or Seán O’Casey’s flat on Mountjoy Square at a push.  However, the vast majority of Dubliners do not live inside the […]

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Dublin A Writer’s City – Rathmines

Although it might not seem obvious, Rathmines has as good a claim to be the cradle of the Irish Literary Revival of the early twentieth century as almost anywhere else on the island. Rathmines and its surrounding areas was, at various points, home to Yeats, Pearse, and the great organiser and facilitator, George Russell (Æ); […]

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Talks at the Mess: Dublin, A Writer’s City: Inchicore

Wednesday 3 May 2023 (Doors open 19:00) Talks at the Mess is a series of talks at Richmond Barracks, Inchicore that celebrate the rich stories and experiences of the local community, past and present. In this talk, Professor Chris Morash, author of Dublin: A Writer’s City invites us to explore the hidden literary history of Inchicore and […]

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