I once heard a woman read Finnegans Wake in such a perfect way that I think Finnegans Wake should be read on a constant loop in a museum using her voice. After all Finnegans Wake is an endless loop, a constant reoccurring dream of the main character, never ending. Wow, the more I think of Waking Life and Finnegans Wake the more I see the connections. I'm sure the director never intended any such connection, nevertheless there still is a connection between that film and FW. I will try to find the woman who read Finnegan Wake so beautifully, poetically and flawlessly. The way she read it made the passages she read make sense instantly. James Joyce stated Finnegans Wake was meant to be heard, not read, which becomes apparent when you hear anyone read it, most especially this woman I speak of. So I will try to track this woman's reading of passages of FW for you to show you why its intended to be heard. After hearing her read it I realized James Joyce was right, the book does make A LOT more sense hearing it as opposed to reading it. This is why I read the book out loud to myself, useful trick YesNo when reading the book.