by Sophie Gorman, 24 July 2013

There is something almost intentionally impenetrable about James Joyce's 'Finnegans Wake'. Druid lane Theatre, Galway 

There is something almost intentionally impenetrable about James Joyce's 'Finnegans Wake'. His final work was written as such a collection of fragmented sentences, playful alliteration, mixed metaphors, multilingual punning and portmanteau all spilling out without a real story driving them other than his city. In the final partial sentence, he speaks of riverrun, the Liffey, the life blood of his city.

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