The title is taken from Federica García Lorca’s poem Canción de Jinete and the poet’s work permeates the novel as a motif and it is his unsolved murder which sparks off the plot of this thriller.
Michael D Higgins has been earning €247,000 for the last seven years and receiving his €19,000 lecturer’s pension, writes Victoria White
The publication of the long-delayed and much leaked Cassells Report on third-level financing is both welcome and depressing.
We still don’t understand the real thing, so we’re right to worry about the rise of AI, writes Bella Bathurst
An argument in Russia over philosopher Immanuel Kant devolved into less subtle tactics when one debater shot the other.
Carl-Peter Forster will take over as group chief executive officer of India’s Tata Motors, with responsibility for all global operations including the troubled Jaguar and Land Rover brands, the
I WOULD like to express my total outrage at the recent decision of my former college, UCC, to permit research on human embyros to take place under its authority.
Eoin Kelly’s striking. Ronaldinho’s flicks. Brian O’Driscoll’s running with the ball in hand. Enjoy the aesthetic experience, says a Stanford professor of literature. Michael Moynihan found out how an eighteenth century philosopher explains the appeal of sport.
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