Ingeborg Landuyt and Geert Lernout

From the earliest reception of¬†Finnegans Wake, the intertextual dimension of Joyce’s last book has been of central concern to readers and students alike. Harry Levin wrote of the “encyclopedic sweep of Earwicker’s fantasies” (Levin, 124) and James S. Atherton devoted a whole book to the problem of Joyce’s “extraordinarily wide” reading and on the “amazing […]

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