Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Monday, 14 July 2014

We stopped at the middle of a sentence, at "haggy-own pneumax" (156.14)

Though the fable of Mookse and Gripes is said to be a take off on Aesop's fable of The Fox and the Grapes, it is not an easy fable to digest as Joyce uses the frame work to write about a score and more of popes, Christian faith etc.

The link here helps one make some sense of the section. Reading the book by Philip Kitcher perhaps is even more helpful!

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