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Another Irregular Finnegans Wake -End, 7–8 November 2014

Another Irregular Finnegans Wake -End, 7–8 November 2014 DUBLIN JAMES JOYCE JOURNAL But that is not the last word. We met on the morning of Saturday, 13 July at the Dublin James Joyce Centre to hear Judith Harrington's paper and then embark on the last event of the summer school: a guided walking tour of Dublin. Having enjoyed a week spent in the Georgian elegance of Newman House, Boston College, and then the James Joyce Centre, a week of princely and unfailing hospitality chatting over coffee and through lunches, nothing could be more fitting than to be lead kindly through the hospitable spaces of Dublin's streets before heading back across the sea. And so this report closes with a prescription, an invocation, and an invitation to those streets: `The only thing is to walk then you'll feel a different man. Come. It's not far' (U 16.1719-20). SO ONOSE (University College Dublin) ANOTHER IRREGULAR FINNEGANS WAKE-END, 7­8 NOVEMBER 2014 (UCD JAMES JOYCE RESEARCH CENTRE IN COLLABORATION WITH THE JAMES JOYCE CENTRE) Taking place irregularly from year to year but regularly around the weekend (hence `Wake-End'), the Dublin Finnegans Wake-End is devoted to the study of Joyce's last and most challenging work. This year's Wake-End was kicked off http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Dublin James Joyce Journal James Joyce Research Center @ University College Dublin

Another Irregular Finnegans Wake -End, 7–8 November 2014

Dublin James Joyce Journal , Volume 6 (6) – Jun 5, 2014

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DUBLIN JAMES JOYCE JOURNAL But that is not the last word. We met on the morning of Saturday, 13 July at the Dublin James Joyce Centre to hear Judith Harrington's paper and then embark on the last event of the summer school: a guided walking tour of Dublin. Having enjoyed a week spent in the Georgian elegance of Newman House, Boston College, and then the James Joyce Centre, a week of princely and unfailing hospitality chatting over coffee and through lunches, nothing could be more fitting than to be lead kindly through the hospitable spaces of Dublin's streets before heading back across the sea. And so this report closes with a prescription, an invocation, and an invitation to those streets: `The only thing is to walk then you'll feel a different man. Come. It's not far' (U 16.1719-20). SO ONOSE (University College Dublin) ANOTHER IRREGULAR FINNEGANS WAKE-END, 7­8 NOVEMBER 2014 (UCD JAMES JOYCE RESEARCH CENTRE IN COLLABORATION WITH THE JAMES JOYCE CENTRE) Taking place irregularly from year to year but regularly around the weekend (hence `Wake-End'), the Dublin Finnegans Wake-End is devoted to the study of Joyce's last and most challenging work. This year's Wake-End was kicked off

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Published: Jun 5, 2014

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