Finnegans Wake - Study Guide Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 14, Part 3 Cont. Summary & Analysis

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Part 4 is rather short. It runs from page 593 to 628. There is only one chapter in this Part. This begins with a call to the Danes, asking that they come forth and begin their days. Next he suggests God, by saying that a chart has been handed out by an arm reaching out from a cloud. He goes on about an individual, but it is not even clear who he is writing about. He seems again to be loosely and creatively making multiple cultural references at once. He may have been doing something akin to what occurs when present day authors invent stories that use the mass media and other contemporary literature and film as their main resource. James Joyce consistently uses European and Christian cultures as his creative source. Here, soon after he has called forth the...

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