Only a fadograph of a yestern scene
Finnegans Wake by James Joyce 7.15
There are some special Pages:
1. some articles of mine on Finnegans Wake
2. And some things relevant to Leo Reisman
– see the Caricature by Miguel Covarrubias done around 1936.
3. A graphic presentation of the pages of
Tom Kittle;s Wake
as published in Jamaica in 1876
4. Some notes and photos for a biographical
sketch – People in Time Lost
Life is a collective fantasy with real landmines bullets and wildflowers ,and trees, real obligations, real pills, real loneliness and sorrows, real pain, real redwoods, and real dreams.
I am trying to write a blog in which I am able to put the ideas, the personal observations, reactions to media and events, beautiful language, music, performances, and other things that occur to me or that I feel strongly about. –
as well as information I think is special or useful
So I can say these things freely.
“The helmsmen of explorations have discovered how to disturb the peace of others, to profane the guardian spirit of other countries, to mix what prudent nature kept separate, to redouble men’s wants by commerce, to add to the vices of one people those of another, to propagate new follies by force and to set up unheard of lunacies where they did not exist before, and finally to give out the stronger as the wiser. They have shown men new ways, new instruments, new arts by which to tyrannize over and assassinate one another. Thanks to such deeds, a time will come when other peoples, having learned from the injuries they have suffered, will know how and will be able/ to return even worse fruits of such perniciousness/.” Giordano Bruno 1584
Welcome comments from those interested in what they read
In the name of the former and of the latter and of their holocaust. Allmen.
Finnegans Wake by James Joyce 419.10