Oscar Jelley is in his second year studying German and Philosophy at Christ Church. Under normal circumstances, his default pint is a Guinness.
Cultures Film & TV

Talking Heads: Alan Bennett’s Elegy for the Everyday

Art does not have to transcend life; sometimes, it can sit alongside it. James Joyce knew this when, towards the end of the “Calypso” episode of his book Ulysses, he chose to place his middle-aged protagonist Leopold Bloom on the toilet. Sat in his outhouse with a newspaper in his hand, Bloom tries to focus Read More…