Archive for February 2011

Now (to forebare for ever solittle ever solittle of Iris Trees   Leave a comment

(1.2.30.1-1.2.47.29)

Appreciate the joy of me on the Casio SA-8 keyboard, and singing the tune of “The Ballad of Persse O’Reilly”!

Posted February 1, 2011 by R.H.H. Nisbet in Finnegans Wake Audio Recording

(Stoop) if you are abcedminded, to this clay book   Leave a comment

(1.1.18.17-1.1.29.36)

Posted February 1, 2011 by R.H.H. Nisbet in Finnegans Wake Audio Recording

Sir Tristram, violer d’amores, fr’over the short sea   Leave a comment

(1.1.3.4-1.1.18.18)

Curious to see the order in which the “end members” of Joyce’s assemblage of characters are introduced in the first pages of FW.

The riverrun, past Eve and Adam’s to Howth Castle (3.1-3)

Sir Tristram’s re-arrival  (3.4)

Jhem or Shen (3.13)

The fall (3.15-21)

The park (3.22)

Iseut (4.14)

Finnegan, of the stuttering Head (4.18)

HCE – Haroun Childeric Eggberth (4.32) (–> Hush! Caution! Echoland! (13.5)

Mistress Kathe’s “museyroom tour guided by the deixic relation “This is that/ That is this” (8.9 – 10.23): a relational unity (Jackson, 1983; quoted in Ingold, Culture, Nature, Environment 50).

A chronological chiasmus: 1132 A.D; 566 A.D. (Silent) 566 A.D.; 1132 A.D. (13.34-14.15).

Jute and Mutt (and the dramatic form; 16.10-18.16)