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Glynn 1 Mar 2014, 00:50 by John Simpson

Professor Bloody-Big-Umbrella Glynn   SH 20.117-8: One of Cranly's friends came up the stairs while they were talking. He was a young man who was by ... Glynn”. By the time that Portrait is published, he is “Glynn”. Marc Mamigonian and John Turner discuss the complexities: The character is recognizable as Glynn in A Portrait ( P 234 ...

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Mulrennan 28 Nov 2013, 13:24 by JJON Editors

Mulrennan from the west of Ireland   P V. 2745-50: 14 April. John Alphonsus Mulrennan has just returned from the west of Ireland. (European and Asiatic papers please copy). He ... John Alphonsus Mulrennan had just returned from the west of Ireland. Don Gifford’s Joyce Annotated states that Mulrennan’s identity is ‘unknown’ and no one called ‘John Alphonsus Mulrennan ...

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Cotter 28 Nov 2013, 13:18 by JJON Editors

Edward Graham Cotter: another collector of rates?   D 1.44-51 : Old Cotter looked at me for a while. I felt that his little beady black eyes were examining me ... s bad for children.’ ‘Cotter’ is the fourth name from the writings of James Joyce that has been associated with the Office of the Collector-General of Rates during the ...

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Rates 28 Nov 2013, 13:15 by JJON Editors

Collecting the rates: Buckley, Cotter, Crofton, Henchy, and Weatherup     James Joyce’s father, John Stanislaus Joyce, joined the Office of the Dublin Collector-General of Rates in 1882 and remained ...

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Madams 28 Nov 2013, 13:24 by JJON Editors

The Madams of Nighttown; or, a Dublin lupanarology   In “Circe” Bloom and Stephen visit Nighttown, Joyce’s name for the notorious red-light district of Dublin north of the Liffey ... to the kips With a psalm on his lips, And biddeth the harlots rejoice . John Stanislaus Joyce, My Brother’s Keeper (1958), p. 154           The Joyce family had further connections ...

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MacHugh 1 Dec 2015, 02:19 by John Simpson

The reluctant professor MacHugh Introduction: MacHugh - the man - From the Glens of Antrim to Belvedere - High-flying undergraduates at UCD - The Professor teaches - An Examiner for the Royal and Intermediate ... newspaper office of the Evening Telegraph, but also occasionally elsewhere in the novel. For Joyce he is something of an awkward character, a classicist who clutters a newspaper office, nibbling ...

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Kane 30 Aug 2013, 02:12 by John Simpson

James Joyce and Matthew Kane U 17.1253: Matthew F. Kane (accidental drowning, Dublin Bay). My father, Francis Joseph Kane, was born into a Catholic family in Dublin in 1895 ... Kane Matthew was born in Dublin on 5 March 1865, the first child of John Kane, a railway servant, and Elizabeth Doyle. At the time the family was living at ...

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Flynn5 21 Jan 2015, 11:27 by John Simpson

The Misses Flynn’s grand annual concerts   U 8.417: There is not in this wide world a vallee. Great song of Julia Morkan’s. Kept her voice up to ... Flynn, doubtless with the assistance of her mother Ellen. It is well-known that Joyce’s father, John Stanislaus Joyce, also sang at this family-arranged concert for the people ...

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Parkinson 31 May 2015, 02:12 by John Simpson

Old Parkinson, the English tenor   D 15.810-17: “For me,” said Aunt Kate, who had been picking a bone, “there was only one tenor. To please me, I mean ... then the purest tenor voice that was ever put into a man’s throat.” John Scarry told the story of “William Parkinson in Joyce’s ‘The Dead’” in the Journal ...

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Susie 4 Jun 2014, 02:20 by John Simpson

What was Sister Susie’s Playing?   [5 August 1932] I remember very well your singing One of the Family and Sister Susie's Playing. You always made the same mistake ... make both me and you sick'. Selected Letters (1957) p. 365 [to Alf Bergan] Joyce remembered his father’s old friend Alf Bergan singing two songs: One of the Family ...

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