Finnegans Wake - Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 5, Part 2 Cont. Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 5, Part 2 Cont. Summary

The chapter that follows breaks form from all that precedes it. Here, there are notes written in the margins, and there are the rather normal rows of text. In this case, the rows are a little narrower than they had been before, in order to make room for the writing that is in the margins. Again, there are messages that obviously mean something—as long as you can read the language and the script it's in, the message is clear. "With his broad and hairy face, to Ireland a disgrace," (p. 260).

It seems to be about having company over. In a margin, the author provides a note for decoding: "Imaginable itinerary through the particular universal," (p.260). He gives directions to a location, which are again delivered in some kind of code. He does what it states...

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