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This month sees the debut of screen adaptations of popular books including The Handmaid’s Tale and American Gods. It...
As a part-time bookseller, I have the pleasure of seeing kids come into the shop where I work to browse for books, to...
Photo courtesy of marshlibrary.ie Marsh’s Library is Ireland’s first public library, opening its doors in 1707. Marsh’s...
Summer, although months away, is an unforgettable time for many students. With J1 information talks held in many...
Set in a rural village in West Cork, drama and crime are not very frequent occurrences for the dull residents of Duneen...
Now that we’re well into the new semester, the wide-eyed excitement of returning to university after the long summer,...
I have recently just finished reading Paulo Coelho’s book The Alchemist. It’s weird how I even came across the book. My...
Lee’s first novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, is a story that resonated with multiple generations around the world. It is...
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