Finnegans Wake - Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 13, Part 3 Cont. Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 13, Part 3 Cont. Summary

Pages 450-500: The author refers to a pagan name, and gives the initials KC to account for them. This harkens to an ancient naming tradition that felt the effects of Christianity and the giving of Christian names. This can suddenly be viewed in a whole new light. Later, having meandered through people and topics of conversation, the author does something a bit different. He sets up another version of a dialogue. This time the opening line is preceded by a hyphen in the case of each speaker and no names are given. The topics meander, however, rather than having the customary sharp comprehensibility that one would normally associate with plot. Again, readers are forced to ask themselves: did my mind wander or did the author's mind wander and hence, what he has written is more of a...

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