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    Question Finnegans Wake

    Does anyone know where a glossary for Finnegans Wake might be? Preferably in word format or something similar. Reading the book at my desk would be so much easier with one.

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    Jasher

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    Yeah, subscribe to the OED online and one of the online encyclopedias.

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    I think Finnegans Wake is a book that should be listened to rather than read.
    "Success means death of the intellect and the imagination."
    James Joyce, Ulysses

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    Better to eat it instead.

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    Its better to eat a tastey snack than listen to the book? Or the book itself is a tasty snack?
    ...Also baby duck hat would be good for parties.

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    lol, not tasty, but what a good way to dispose of it
    I have a plan: attack!

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    You may try www.fweet.org - Read the tutorial carefuly. You have the e-text there, too.

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    Thanks for posting that link. I have been intending to translate Finnegans Wake for quite a while, and that might help. I do think that Joyce put too much into the book.

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