Our friend, the former high-powered Wall Street attorney, decided that he should take his daughter to dinner on her twenty-first birthday, November 11. But she was in Dublin, Ireland – spending the term abroad, at University College, Dublin – something to do with her major and James Joyce. English majors know this school – Joyce was a student there, Gerald Manley Hopkins taught Greek there. It's a fine place.
Our friend grabbed a backpack and his camera, caught a flight from Newark, surprised his daughter, took her, and all her friends, to dinner, and flew back. He was on the ground in Dublin for twenty-three hours, but he got some fine shots. And his daughter was pleased.
The school –