Finnegans Wake - Study Guide Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 1, Part 2 Cont. & Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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The author brings up money and Ulster; this indicates some issue about the Scottish land settlement bought from the English that wedged Protestants into Catholic [post-druidic] Ireland. Then there is the issuance of a protective and possessive threat against suitors that includes a reference to Trinitarian Christian doctrine. The writing is calling out to women, appealing to their opportunities to community and informing them that their beaus will be sent to perform military service but assures them that there will companionship despite their absence. It rings true, but at the same time is slightly foreboding. It is hard to sense whether it is another man being, or trying at least to be, charming or if it is more like a protective but mildly cynical father figure forewarning the pretty girls of what he is going...

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