Finnegans Wake - Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 7, Part 2 Cont. Summary & Analysis

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The author brings up Guiness. Readers may know this as a type of ale. James Joyce does not clarify about Guiness, but mentions it more than once during the novel. He proceeds; he is addressing someone through his writing. Here there is more the perception that he is using the style of a letter or of part of a dialog. Maybe the question is rhetorical. He asks—possibly readers but maybe an invisible character—about Guiness and about the Parson and then goes on about how the other person in this dialog is one of the bright ones and should perhaps become part of the police department. By the end of the same page there is a reference to German culture. All it says is "No Sturm. No Drang," (p. 300). This is a direct reference...

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