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Last year
Ulysses 100 years on: A story of love, lust, anger, jealousy and all human feeling
It’s 100 years this week since the publication of Joyce’s classic tale of a day in the life of the Irish capital.
All time
Fear and loathing (and unbridled enthusiasm) in London: How the Treaty negotiators were greeted
There was huge interest in the representatives of republican Ireland in some sections of London society, Donal Fallon writes.
Donal Fallon: The incredible legacy of Herbert Simms, who helped transform Dublin
Donal Fallon describes the impact the Dublin Corporation architect Herbert Simms had on Dublin city.
Parnell and Rees-Mogg: The ‘Uncrowned King of Ireland’ and the unworkable British parliament
Historian Donal Fallon writes about Charles Stewart Parnell, and how the Irish Parliamentary Party brought filibustering to Westminster.
Column: How sex shops came to Ireland
The Republic’s first sex shop was opened in 1991 amid a storm of controversy. Two decades later, Donal Fallon looks at the chequered history of the adult store.