March 14th, 2014 

You most likely haven’t read Finnegans Wake, James Joyce’s great modernist masterpiece of linguistic virtuosity, which is, to all intents and purposes, incomprehensible.

Esteemed Irish actress Olwen Fouéré is undaunted by this: her monologue is an exploration of the last section of the novel, in which the character Anna Livia Plurabelle becomes the river Liffey, charting life from source to the moment she slips into the sea.

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