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September 19, 2008


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John Ryan Jones

I think the Irish writers had a good sense of detail and portrayed life in a very vivid manner. They captured the essence of the times they wrote in, and quinissentially captured imagery and creativity. The stories by Joyce will forever be classic and loved by people for years to come, and are benchmarks in literature. I highly suggest the readings of Joyce and Lewis, both masters of their genre.

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