The Dream Against The Deed

Poet Patrick Deeley has written a beautiful memoir about growing up in East Galway. The Hurley Maker’s Son has been hailed for its evocative prose, and for its moving celebration of life in rural Ireland in the 1960s. As a child, Deeley was something of a misfit in his family: a loner, a dreamer, and […] […]

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The show also had a massive influence on pop culture and the English language, and even if you’ve never seen it, you’ve probably heard phrases like “yada yada yada’, “no soup for you!”, “master of my domain”, “double-dipping”, and “Serenity Now!”

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