Finnegans Wake - Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 6, Part 3 Cont. Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 6, Part 3 Cont. Summary

The subject of the writing shifts to a Miss Anders and suddenly once again, the readers meet with one of these mysterious sentences. "What I say is (and I am neon roehorn or culkilt permit me to tell you, if uninformed," (p. 414). In this case the summary writer does not know how to interpret "neon roehorn."

There is another short section of poetics during this chapter. This is a case where those who have a little experience with verse and like it are apt to enjoy it quite a bit. Those who have a great deal, however, may even be offended. The reason for this is that the verse is charming and fun but it does not come across as awe-inspiringly perfect. The character Shaun recurs, after the poetic verse. Here, readers can only guess whether or...

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