Scribbledehobble: The Ur-Workbook for Finnegans Wake

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A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST
AS A YOUNG MAN (.IV.)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction vii
  • Index 1 3
  • Personal *
  • Chamber Music 15
  • The Sisters 25
  • Araby 47
  • Eveline 54
  • After the Race 57
  • Two Gallants 58
  • The Boarding House 59
  • A Little Cloud 60
  • Counterparts 61
  • Clay 62
  • A Painful Case 63
  • Ivy Day in the Committee Room 65
  • A Mother 66
  • Grace 67
  • The Dead 69
  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. (.I.) 70
  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. (.Ii.) 71
  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (.Iii.) 72
  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (.Iv.) 73
  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (.V.) 74
  • Exiles (i.) 75
  • Exiles (.Ii.) 79
  • Exiles (.Iii.) 85
  • Telemachos 86
  • Nestor 87
  • Proteus 88
  • Calypso 90
  • Lotus Eaters 91
  • Hades 93
  • Eolus 95
  • Lestrygonians 101
  • Scylla and Charybdis 103
  • Wandering Rocks 106
  • Sirens 107
  • Cyclops 109
  • Nausikaa 113
  • Oxen of the Sun 117
  • Circe 119
  • Eumeus 146
  • Ithaca 160
  • Penelope 163
  • Books 170
  • Words 171
  • A Note on Manufacture 187
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