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Finnegans Wake Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 10, Part 2 Cont. Summary

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Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 10, Part 2 Cont. Summary

The beginning of the next chapter occurs on page 382. This one begins with 14 lines of italicized shortened lines, giving a poetic effect not found in other cases. This one remains more coherent for a longer period of time. He writes about four men, described as waves. He writes of this as definitely a group of people, united for some purpose. He writes of their dining habits. The next chapter begins with italicized writing. For the first time, this really is poetry. Included is a reference to Tristan and Isolde, from a Shakespearean play. However, this is yet another one of those times when the message has been encoded and is only accessible to those who recognize the reference for what it is. In the book it actually reads Trustan and Usolde. Like with many inside jokes, if...

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