AFRICA and Finnegans Wake – James Joyce – from the Affrian Way – articles

Three Papers

1. “Darktongues”: Fulfulde and Hausa in Finnegans Wake

2. “Soullfriede”: W.E.B. DuBois and Marcus Mosiah Garvey in Finnegans Wake

3. Draft Pieces for Whagta Kriowday! Creoles and Creolized Language in the Writing of Finnegans Wake by James Joyce

.4. “In the muddle is the sounddance”  another introduction to the reading of Finnegans Wake – by Karl Reisman
at Flashpoint Mag.

FLASHPOINT MAG Vol 12 index

WHAT IS FINNEGANS WAKE?      http://kirbymtn.blogspot.com/2013/03/what-is-finnegans-wake.html#.UTuzAy5jqbE.facebook

A proposal for a Fweet Addendum Wiki for Finnegans Wake to which all can contribute

A Minor exchange on Joyce’s knowledge and use of Gaelic

Reviews and Comments

“And he war” from a letter to Jaques Derrida.


“Review: Grace Eckley: Children’s Lore in Finnegans Wake” Journal of American Folklore 1986

Karl Reisman

.Orlando Mezzabotta’s reading of lines 240.30–35

Orlando Mezzabotta  ON READING METHOD IN FINNEGANS WAKE

Orlando Mezzabotta Comments on Italian Fascism on page 286 of Finnegans Wake

Africa and the African world in Finnegans Wake
– the West Indies, African America
Creole languages, African languages
African history in the New World – slavery and colonialism
and the African American world

James Atherton – FW is everyone’s dream                      https://fadograph.wordpress.com/2013/07/18/finnegans-wake-is-everyones-dream/

6 responses to “AFRICA and Finnegans Wake – James Joyce – from the Affrian Way – articles

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  2. Got round to the essay on FW and Dubois after a while. Very much enjoyed this. Your gloss on Dubois might gain a further gloss/layering by with regard to the Jerome Kern/Paul Robeson line ‘Darkies all sing on the Mississipi’. The film version of Showboat came out very shortly before publication of FW, if I am correct.

    “‘twas one of dozedeams a darkies ding in dewood” as ‘One of those themes (songs) that “darkies” sing in DuBois.”

  3. Got round to the essay on FW and Dubois after a while. Very much enjoyed this. Your gloss on Dubois might gain a further layering by with regard to the Jerome Kern/Paul Robeson line ‘Darkies all sing on the Mississipi’. The film version of Showboat came out very shortly before publication of FW, if I am correct.

    “‘twas one of dozedeams a darkies ding in dewood” as ‘One of those themes (songs) that “darkies” sing in DuBois.”

  4. Got round to the essay on FW and Dubois after a while. Very much enjoyed this. Your gloss on Dubois might gain a further layering with regard to the Jerome Kern/Paul Robeson line ‘Darkies all sing on the Mississipi’. The film version of Showboat came out very shortly before publication of FW, if I am correct.

    “‘twas one of dozedeams a darkies ding in dewood” as ‘One of those themes (songs) that “darkies” sing in DuBois.”

  5. Oh well, scrub that; I misremembered the line! Though there remains a certain resonance there, to me. And mississippi, of course.

  6. Probably only need one of these three, though all three may give a Creole feel…

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