James Joyce Finnegans Wake Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress is unique among the many books Finnegans Wake has evoked from other writers This symposium was published in Paris ten year

  • Title: James Joyce/Finnegans Wake: Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress
  • Author: Samuel Beckett Marcel Brion Robert Sage William Carlos Williams Frank Budgen Stuart Gilbert Eugene Jolas Robert McAlmon
  • ISBN: 9780811204460
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback
  • Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress is unique among the many books Finnegans Wake has evoked from other writers This symposium was published in Paris ten years before Joyce s work in progress was completed and the contributors were all friends or acquaintances of the author Samuel Beckett, Marcel Brion, Frank Budgen, Stuart GilbeOur Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress is unique among the many books Finnegans Wake has evoked from other writers This symposium was published in Paris ten years before Joyce s work in progress was completed and the contributors were all friends or acquaintances of the author Samuel Beckett, Marcel Brion, Frank Budgen, Stuart Gilbert, Eugene Jolas, Victor Llona, Robert McAlmon, Thomas McGreevy, Elliot Paul, John Rodker, Robert Sage and William Carlos Williams There are also Letters of Protest from G.V.L Slingsby and Vladimir Dixon.

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    1. ~The Wake is above, around, inside, outside, and through the temporal and spatial essences of language. Language is what gave us time and space- without it one would only see and never know, and so never see.It is a life-tree and a time-stone, in an idyll beside a river. It grows while it decomposes and traverses the Spheres while it stays absolutely still. It is a quivering monolith inscribed in wriggling runes.It is the novel that no one and everyone wrote all together, that no one and everyon [...]

    2. The review of Finnegans Wake from July 1939 (two months after pub of FW) by Dorothy M. Richardson has been posted by our Faithful Finnegan, Nathandjo at an disclosed location ::/topic/show/__________________Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress is a collection of essays assembled and published in 1929, ten years prior to the eventual publication of Finnegans Wake. Selections from Work in Progress had for several years been appearing in the journal transiti [...]

    3. The legend of this collection of essays led me to expect something other than what I found here.Quick rewind. In the wake of ULYSSES finally being widely published and the name of James Joyce finally becoming well-known, fragments of his next WORK IN PROGRESS (WIP) began appearing in transition magazine, and elsewhere, during the 1920s to less-than-universal acclaim. Desiring to alter this perilous arc of public opinion against him and his book, Joyce personally arranged for a dozen friendly ess [...]

    4. Samuel Beckett's opening essay was amazing and set the bar for the rest of the essays to follow. Unfortunately nobody ever quite managed to even come close to writing an essay as wonderfully engaging as Beckett's and as a result this collection comes off as rather mediocre - earning three stars basically because Beckett's was so good.

    5. Readers will pick up this book for Samuel Beckett's lead essay, the idiosyncratically punctuated "Dante Bruno. Vico Joyce," but the young master's contribution to this symposium is actually one of the less helpful and more antagonistic pieces. These essays were written as Joyce was publishing chapters of what would become Finnegans Wake. There are extensive passages quoted from the book in progress, and hence the reader with a slight acquaintance of Joyce can use Our Exag as a gentle introductio [...]

    6. I've only read the Beckett essay, DanteBrunoVicoJoyceSome quotes:Mr Joyce has desophisticated language. And. language is so sophisticated as English. It is abstracted to death. Take the word "doubt": it gives us hardly any sensuous suggestion of hesitancy, of the necessity for choice, of static irresolution. Whereas the German "Zweifell" does, and, in lesser degree, the Italian "dubitare". Mr Joyce recognises how inadequate "doubt" isd replaces it by "in twosome twiminds"."Shakespeare uses fat, [...]

    7. There were some great pieces in here - the best was Beckett's. I'd be happy as a writer if I wrote that first paragraph, let alone the rest of the essay. This collection as a whole, though, is hit-or-miss. It's more a collection of James Joyce boosterism than meaningful or helpful criticism. I'm as big a JJ booster as anyone, but it's a little less than exciting to read essays defending Joyce from long-gone critics, critics who clearly lost the war. Now, Joyce's place in the literary pantheon is [...]

    8. A book that has historical value for students of Joyce, and especially for those, like myself, who are preparing to read Finnegan's Wake in its entirety. This book came out while Joyce was still writing Finnegan's Wake (before it even had a title!) A ''committee'' (the book's authors) read installments of the book as they came out (like a Dickens novel); these excerpts were published in an obscure literary journal. The individual chapters (each by a different member of the ''committee'') are une [...]

    9. Q. When else have so many great critics/writers been gathered by the author of a novel far from complete to explicate and sing its praises in so delightful and lucid a fashion?A. Never(And the author himself makes a cameo as one "Vladamir Dixon" penning a letter of protest concerning the tome at hand)

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