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An Intermittent Journal by John O'Loughlin
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In this, the third of three books written by John O'Loughlin in 2012, the author has abandoned weblogs in favour of a return to a more formal, premeditated approach to composition which, not for the first time in his literary career, combines autobiography with philosophy within the context of a journal, only this time one without limits and therefore effectively limitless. He has described this journal as intermittent, since there are small gaps in the chronology of days, but that enabled him to create a chapter-like parallel in relation to those days which were consecutive or in the same month, thereby cutting down on the overall number of chapters or, more correctly, chapter equivalents. As the reader will discover, this book is also - and even primarily - a travel journal, though only within the confines of certain parts of Galway in the Republic of Ireland, which the author visited again not so long ago. When, finally, he came to choosing a title, he had his first literary journal 'Limits' (1976) in mind, but of course his whole approach to writing is now so different that be felt the need for an antithetical type of title was necessary and, indeed, justified by much of the content in this particular journal, which is much less fictional, overall, than the first one.- A Centretruths Editorial.
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