The future prophesy reported to surround the highly weird book, Finnegans Wake (1939) can be evidenced here: Chapter 23, page 337. Sounds a lot like Boris Johnson to me, and my sentiment asking for buds, and order. John Bercow anyone. I am incorrigible too. Boris the LOONER, and Boris Johnson the loner. Spot on jim. … Continue reading “Borrisalooner” – James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, Chapter 23. (Page 337)
My broadest respects and thanks to Gregory Arnott for the kind and brilliant review, and for sharing a part of his journey, alongside and within my works. Thank You. --Steve And thanks to Tom Jackson of RAWillumination for the BLOG POST. Gregory Arnott reviews Fly's 'Tale of the Tribe' By Gregory Arnott Special guest blogger … Continue reading Gregory Arnott reviews Fly’s ‘Tale of the Tribe’
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“What I found out,” says Pyle, “was that there were all these niches and subcultures — dead heads, punk rockers, out-there artists, avant-garde classical musicians, Robert Anton Wilson fans — and within their subcultures ‘Finnegans Wake’ has a lot of importance. ... What I think happened was we were able to bring together a bunch … Continue reading Rockers, artists pay tribute to James Joyce with massive project