Reads of the Week #29

This week there’s poetry about hurling and home by Thom Hickey, how hurling compares to ‘other codes’ by Daithi Toms, George Couros on how the ability to simplify is often the easiest route to success, a review of an old favourite English textbook, how to turn a short poem by Robert Frost into a whole (and interesting) book of analysis, and finally someone stole a consignment of rifles a few months before the Easter Rising, now we know who they were.

All the reads since January are here in tweets. 

This is the archive of all the posts so far.

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