Toot and Come-Inn: Cannabis Seeds and Finnegans Wake, and dogs, you dig? By Steve Fly Agaric 23. (Dedicated to Sirius, the dog) -- Is that answers? -- It am queery! -- The house was Toot and Come-Inn by the bridge called Tiltass, but are you solarly salemly sure, beyond the shatter of the canicular year? … Continue reading Toot and Come-Inn: Cannabis Seeds and Finnegans Wake, and dogs, you dig?
Category: James Joyce
Finnegans Wake by James Joyce
Fake News & Made Up Truth.
“Keep it unreal”—Mr. Scruff. Silent But Dudley: Black Country Blues by Mr Steven James Pratt Link: http://a.co/7KhqHcL “…the "obscenity" is in the mind of the person passing judgements. It is, in Freudian terms, a projection, in which the mind imagines that its own contents are outside itself in the external universe; or, in semantic terms, a … Continue reading Fake News & Made Up Truth.
McLuhan and Holeopathic Quadrophrenia | The Mouse-That-Roared Syndrome by Bob Dobbs
McLuhan and Holeopathic Quadrophrenia | The Mouse-That-Roared SyndromeListenBob Dobbs at “Legacy of McLuhan Symposium,” Lincoln Center, Manhattan, sponsored by Fordham University, 28 March 1998by Bob Dobbs(published in The Legacy of McLuhan)Phase 1"…much of III.3 (Book Three, Chapter Three-ed.) is telephone conversation… As III.3 opens with a person named Yawn and III.4 displays the ingress of daylight … Continue reading McLuhan and Holeopathic Quadrophrenia | The Mouse-That-Roared Syndrome by Bob Dobbs
On McLuhan’s Mental Mosaic – Hologrammic Prose
"But McLuhan created a more fundamental means to a more organic understanding in the very aphoristic style in which he chose to convey his ideas one consciously embodying the concept that the medium is the message. Its means is not to follow a continuous, linear, and unbroken line of thought, but to create a tessellated … Continue reading On McLuhan’s Mental Mosaic – Hologrammic Prose
Mark Pesce on Finnegans Wiki, and whatever happened to the book.
Please visit Mark's website here:http://markpesce.com/ There are two other paths open for literature, nearlydiametrically opposed. The first was taken by JRR Tolkien inThe Lord of the Rings. Although hugely popular, the threebook series has never been described as a ‘page-turner’, beingtoo digressive and leisurely, yet, for all that, entirelycaptivating. Tolkien imagined a new universe – or rather,retrieved one from the fragments … Continue reading Mark Pesce on Finnegans Wiki, and whatever happened to the book.
James Joyce and the Comstockery of internet.
Fuck the censors.--Steve FlyOne of Comstock's first actions was to obtain the passage of a strong federal indecency law--which was then used to pursue authors and publishers of novels including works by Balzac and Tolstoy. This law today is largely dead on the books though never repealed, as a result of many leading free speech … Continue reading James Joyce and the Comstockery of internet.
Pound to Joyce: ‘Wall, Mr Joice, I recon you’re a damn fine writer, that’s what I recon’
ON THIS DAY…19 DECEMBER December 19, 2013ON 19 DECEMBER 1917 POUND WROTE TO JOYCE PRAISING ‘TELEMACHUS.’Pound, who had already been responsible for getting A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man into print, was impressed by the first episode of Joyce’s new novel, Ulysses. For the next three years, Pound was editor, critic, and even censor of Ulysses.Shortly … Continue reading Pound to Joyce: ‘Wall, Mr Joice, I recon you’re a damn fine writer, that’s what I recon’
Multi-Fractal Structure Of Finnegans Wake
probably one of the best descriptions of Hologrammic Prose i have read in yonks. Quoted from the Guardian Newspaper by Alison Flood. Noyse wairk. --Fly “The absolute record in terms of multifractality turned out to be Finnegans Wake by James Joyce. The results of our analysis of this text are virtually indistinguishable from ideal, purely mathematical … Continue reading Multi-Fractal Structure Of Finnegans Wake
ALL sides defeated. WWI and TTOTT.
The Great War (not so great in my humble opinion) has been an ongoing part of my study into the tale of the tribe, pivoting on the poetry and prose of Ezra Pound and James Joyce, who both lived through WW1, and who both lost friends.I understand, and respect why we have a period of … Continue reading ALL sides defeated. WWI and TTOTT.