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the loan of a lens

“Heated residence in the heart of the orangeflavoured mudmound had partly obliterated the negative to start with, causing some features palpably nearer your pecker to be swollen up most grossly while the farther back we manage to wiggle the more we need the loan of a lens to see as much as the hen saw. Tip.”

— James Joyce, Finnegans Wake

Literature

Wakean Tourism: a Cartography of the Soul

Walking tours of Dublin are an absolute treat – some argue necessity – for the curious Joyce reader. You can do it either through the… 2,498 more words

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Overwhelming surge

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Poetry

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

I’ve been a wild rover for many a year
And I’ve spent all my money on whiskey and beer

– “The Wild Rover”

In honor of St. 247 more words

Dublin

Finnegans Wake Review

First off, I just want to say AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOHDEARGODIHATETHISBOOKAAAAAAAABITCHSHITASSFUCKCOCKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIHATETHISBOOOKHATEITHATEITHATEITAAAAAAAAAA!

Now that I got that out of my system, Happy Saint Patrick’s Day, all. What better way to celebrate this day that the Irish hate because Americans destroyed it than by reading Finnegans Wake by James Joyce. 539 more words

Reviews

Montreal to Have a Finnegans Wake Reading Group Next Week

So you bought the book and it’s been sitting in your bookshelf for awhile now. But have you mustered up the courage to finally open up and read James Joyce’s  230 more words

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Apa yang membuatkan kau ‘berahi’ untuk menulis?

Karl Ove Knausgaard : Untuk menjadi seorang Manusia, tidak terfikirkan aku untuk tidak menulis. Menulis merupakan satu-satunya tempat untuk aku tenang dan harmoni sepenuhnya. 711 more words

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