Finnegans Wake - Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 15, Part 4 Cont. & Conclusions Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Finnegan's Wake : Chapter 15, Part 4 Cont. & Conclusions Summary

He writes of the sides of things, here, there is a cultural usage with which readers of North America will be familiar. He writes of the right side, and the wrong side of things. He writes of the sour side—which would apparently go along with the sour side. What follows that is something a little peculiar about sea-sickness and soldiering. This is followed by a visit to a tavern in the town. Shortly thereafter he is making racial and cultural comparisons. He writes of the Alieni, of how they are an accursed and inferior race but by the next page he has moved on to music. There are references to daughters and this is followed up by a list of names that, the best guess is, are names of popular composers of the...

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