A Word in Your Ear: How and why to Read James Joyce's Finnegans Wake

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Eric Rosenbloom, Apr 26, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 150 pages
'A sine qua non for Joyceans' (Clarence Sterling). 'Certainly the best intro to the Wake I've seen' (Andrew H. Blom). This lively and readable essay provides essential background information and helpful reading techniques.
 

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Characters Sigla
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Saints Giordano and Giambattist
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The Book of the Dea
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Structur
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Geograph
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Histor
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Last Word Before Reading O
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King Roderick OConorpages 38038
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St Kevin and the Bathpages 60460
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Archdruid Berkeley and St Patrick pages 61161
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Note on Readin
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2 Fable
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HC
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AL
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13 Passage
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Appen
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The Kisspages 3833
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