Caricatured as “Buck Mulligan” in Joyce’s masterpiece, Oliver St. John Gogarty was more than just a swashbuckling figure – he was a poet, a playwright, a politician, and a renowned surgeon who operated for free on poor children. “The physician must have at his command a certain ready wit . . .” - Hippocrates Two famous Irish authors, both Dubliners (and former roommates), … [Read more...] about Oliver St. John Gogarty!
Oliver St. John Gogarty!
November / December 2018